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Humans are social beings, this is the nature that encourages people to pay attention to the people around them. This is what drives the formation of foundations, where the existence of a foundation is considered as an answer or a way for us who want a place or institution that can channel the desire to carry out all activities which are basically generosity both in social, religious, humanitarian, educational, health and so.

Indeed, people who uphold goodness and strive to make improvements on the face of the earth, it will not be difficult to now participate in the ranks of "solution providers". Alone we must have very limited abilities, but we must be sure that when uniting the strengths that are owned, and together spreading to anyone we meet awareness to move for humanity, the little or the small will become a wave of unstoppable humanitarian movements.

The foundation is seen as an ideal form to realize our desires so that it is formed CITRA HARUM PERMATA FOUNDATION or better known CHP FOUNDATION was officially launched on March 6, 2019 legally as a foundation engaged in the social and humanitarian fields. CHP FOUNDATION is supported by public donors from the community who have a high concern for social and humanitarian issues, as well as company participation through partnership programs and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). As part of financial accountability CHP FOUNDATION will routinely provide audited annual financial reports by the Public Accounting Firm to donors and other stakeholders.

• Deed of Establishment of Notary Riswansyah, SH. No.21 Date, March 6, 2019
• Decree of the Minister of Law & Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia No.AHU-0003837.AH.01.04 Year 2019 Date, 09 March 2019.
• Certificate of Domicile from Chief of Kahuripan Baru Village No.140 / 20/2025 / III / 2019 Date, March 10, 2019 domiciled at Jalan Pertamina Raya Km.19 No.20 Kahuripan Baru, Rambang Dangku, Muara Enim - South Sumatra 31172.
• Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP) No.90,767,168.9-313,000 Date, March 11, 2019.

District Empat Petulai Dangku, Areas The centers based in Dangku Village are a merger from the Dangku clan with the Marga Kuripan (Dangku Village, Gunung Raja Village, Pangkalan Babat Village, Siku Village, Baturaja Village, Kuripan Village, Kahuripan Baru Village, Banuayu Village). Located in Muaraenim Regency, South Sumatra, about 120 KM from Palembang City, there is the Lematang River (flowing from the direction of Bengkulu and empties into the Musi River) and the majority resides along the Watershed.

The population of Muara Enim Regency in 2015 according to population projections amounted to around 600,398 people. In 2014 the population of this region was inhabited by around 590 thousand people, during the period of 2014-2015 there was a growth of 1.59 percent per year.

The total workforce in 2015 was 302,936 people. Of these, 93.31 percent were those who worked and 6.69 percent were those who belonged to the open unemployment group.

Most of the population who work are active in the agriculture, plantation, hunting and fisheries sectors (65.56 percent). Meanwhile, the population working in the trade, restaurant and accommodation services sector is around 11.34 percent; the social, social and individual services sector around 9.14 percent; industrial sector around 1.79 percent; and 12.19 percent work in addition to the above mentioned sector.

In general, the number of poor people in South Sumatra reached 1,076.40 thousand people (12.82%), a decrease of 10.36 thousand people compared to the conditions in September 2017 which were 1,086.76 thousand people (13.10%) or down 0 , 28 percent. The percentage of poor people in urban areas in September 2017 was 12.36 percent, up to 12.43 percent in September 2018. While the percentage of poor people in rural areas fell from 13.54 percent in September 2017 to 13.05 percent in September 2018.

The initiator saw and felt that many residents in the Empat Petulai Dangku, South Sumatra, had received less attention from the government as poor people as part of the above 13.05 percent or nearly 1000 residents did not have decent permanent homes / houses and they did not have a regular source of income in the watershed area is very dependent on the tidal river Lematang. The community generally does not have their own fields, only during the dry season can they become laborers in vegetable / rice fields, when seasonal flooding is almost without income while traditional fishing is not enough. Besides that the future of education for their high achieving children is not guaranteed to be completed up to the University.


Compensation for poor families includes: medical expenses, grief compensation, direct compensation in the form of basic necessities and cash.
First Aid, Evacuation, Relocation, Rehabilitation, and Compensation for victims of natural disasters.
Especially people who need initial capital for farming such as buying pesticides, fertilizers, seeds, and living expenses before harvest, must be returned after harvest and hope to donate to be distributed to poor families / groups who need donations.
Management of plantations, wallet birdhouses and livestock such as: Cows and Goats.
Scholarship for education and pocket money for high achieving children to study at Higher Education according to their interests and talents.
Providing decent and comfortable homes, fulfilled basic and secondary needs for orphans and the elderly.
Establishing formal and non-formal education facilities, the implementation of the program routinely and periodically coordinates with relevant agencies.

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