About Mitra Adiperkasa

The #1 lifestyle retailer in Indonesia

ABOUT US

Incorporated in 1995, MAP achieved phenomenal growth over the years culminating in its IPO in November 2004. Today, MAP is the leading lifestyle retailer in Indonesia with over 2,200 retail stores and a diversified portfolio that includes sports, fashion, department stores, kids, food & beverage and lifestyle products. Some of our iconic brands include Starbucks, Zara, Marks & Spencer, SOGO, SEIBU, Oshkosh B’Gosh, Reebok, among many others. Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, with over 26,000 employees, MAP was voted Fortune Indonesia’s Most Admired Companies (Top 20) in 2012 and Forbes Indonesia’s Top 40 Companies in 2011. Apart from retailing, MAP is also a leading distributor for sports, kids and lifestyle brands.

  • Over 2,200 retail stores
  • Portfolio of over 150 brands
  • Over 26,000 employees
  • Presence in 71 Indonesian Cities
  • Over 100 retail concepts
  • Over 2,200 retail stores
  • Portfolio of over 150 brands
  • Over 26,000 employees
  • Presence in 71 Indonesian Cities
  • Over 100 retail concepts

OUR VISION

To be the leading omni-channel retailer in Indonesia

OUR MISSION

To bring health, happiness and a more fulfilling lifestyle to our valued customers through our portfolio of world class brands and omni-channel retail network.

Business Philosophy

We are a P.E.O.P.L.E Oriented Company

P eople Centered Approach

We put our customers, employees and the community at the heart of all our business decisions.

E mpowerment

We empower our people to promote entrepreneurship and develop sense of belonging.

O riginality

We pioneer new concepts and ideas in retail and marketing.

P rinciples

We subscribe to the highest principles of integrity and honesty.

L oyalty

We cultivate long-term relationships with employees, customers and strategic partners.

E arnings

Earnings must be achieved without compromising our core values.

Organization Structure

  • Board of Commissioners
  • Board of Directors
  • Mari Elka Pangestu



  • H.B.L. Mantiri



  • GBPH Haji Prabukusumo, S.Psi.



  • V.P. Sharma


  • Hendry Hasiholan Batubara


  • Susiana Latif


  • Chiew Guan Choo


  • Michael D. Capper


  • Johanes Ridwan


  • Sintia Kolonas


  • Sjeniwati Gusman


  • Audit CommitteeNomination & Remuneration Committee
  • Handaka Santosa


  •  
  •  
  • Susiana Latif
    Group CFO
    Corporate SecretaryInternal Audit

  • Agus Gozali

  • Ria Hanityo


  • Michael D. Capper

  • Anthony Cottan
Mari Elka Pangestu
President Commissioner
Independent Commissioner
Currently the President Commissioner and Independent Commissioner of the Company based on the Company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, dated 7 May 2018, Mari Pangestu has a career spanning 30 years in government, academia, “track two”, and private sector.She served as Indonesia’s Minister of Trade from 2004 to 2011, and as Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy from 2011 until October 2014. As Minister of Trade, she led all the international trade negotiations and cooperation for Indonesia, including chairing of the WTO G33 group. She was nominated as a candidate for the WTO Director General by the Indonesian Government in 2013. As Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, she initiated the platform for tourism to be accepted as a driver for the economy and also initiated the momentum for the creation and activation of Indonesia’s creative economy.Mari Pangestu obtained her BA and MA in Economics from the Australian National University (ANU) in 1978 and 1980, and her PhD in international and monetary economics from the University of California, Davis in 1986. She subsequently built a career in academia as a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia and at Indonesia’s leading think tank, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta and was its executive director in 1997-1999. She has been involved and continues to be involved in “track two” activities in the region, where government, academia and private sector meet to deliberate and recommend to regional and international fora on important international cooperation issues in the Asia Pacific and ASEAN. She led many “track two” programs under the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC), ASEAN ISIS and other “track two” fora. She is currently the co-Chair of the PECC Indonesia.Currently she is a Professor of International Economics, University of Indonesia, and also continues to serve on the boards of CSIS and University Prasetya Mulya, as well as a visiting professor at Columbia University and Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.She has also served on many international task forces with leading international figures and organisations such as Jeffrey Sachs on the UN Secretary General Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Review (2003-2005); Leadership Council of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN); member of the High Level Commission on Carbon Prices (led by Joseph Stiglitz and Nick Stern); distinguished fellow Asia Global Institute, University of Hong Kong; board member to Australia Indonesia Council; member of editorial board of Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, ANU; member of the Global Future Council on Trade and Investment, World Economic Forum; and chair of the Board of International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).Mari Pangestu has received many awards and fellowships including the Eisenhower Fellowship in 1990; Nestle / Bear Brand’s Women Award (1998); Business Week, 100 Potential Leaders in Asia (1998); Distinguished ANU Alumni Hall of Fame (2006); Honoris Causa, Australian National University (2013); Mahaputra Award (2013) – Highest Order for Public Service awarded by the President of Republic Indonesia; Professor of International Economics, University of Indonesia (2014); The Lifetime Achievement Award for Women and Government Leadership, World Chinese Economic Forum (2014); the George W. Ball Adjunct Professorship of International and Public Affairs (2015); and she was also chosen as the 2018 Eisenhower Lifetime Achievement Award which will be awarded this May 2018.Mari Pangestu also served as an Independent Commissioner on the Board of Astra International (2015-2017) and is currently the Chairman of Bank BTPN in Indonesia (2016-present). She also sits on the International Advisory Board of McLarty Associates, Washington DC and is a Board Member of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Paris, as well as being active as an advisor to various other social and business organizations. She is currently President of the non-profit organization, United in Diversity Foundation, Indonesia.
Mari Elka Pangestu
GBPH H. Prabukusumo, S. Psi
Vice President Commissioner
Independent Commissioner
Mr. GBPH H. Prabukusumo, S. Psi currently serves as the Vice President Commissioner of the Company, based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 62, dated 16 June 2012. Previously, he served as a Commissioner as well as Independent Commissioner of the Company, based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 10 dated 26 June 2009.Concurrently, he is also the President Commissioner of PT Jogjakarta Tugu Televisi (since 2003), Commissioner of BPR Mataram Manunggal in Yogyakarta, President Director of PT Karka Abisatya Mataram (since 1993) and the Commissioner of PT Lintas Indo Cakrawala (since 2010).An Indonesian citizen born in 1954, he obtained his Psychology Degree from University of Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta in 1996.
GBPH H. Prabukusumo, S. Psi
Hendry Hasiholan Batubara
Commissioner
A member of the Board since 2010, Mr. Hendry Hasiholan Batubara served as an Independent Director of the Company from June 2010 to June 2011, appointed based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 62 dated 16 June 2010. Following that, he serves as a Director of the Company based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 2 dated 10 June 2011. Currently he is a Commissioner of the Company, appointed based on the Company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, dated 7 May 2018.
Hendry Hasiholan Batubara
Chiew Guan Choo
Commissioner
A Singaporean citizen, born in 1956. Ms. Chiew Guan Choo is currently a Commissioner of the Company, appointed based on the Company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, dated 7 May 2018. She launched her career at PS Tay & Co as an Audit Assistant (1985 – 1987), and later became Accounts Assistant at Engineering Computer Services Pte Ltd (1987 – 1990). She was previously an Accountant for Robinson Group (1990 – 1993), and since 1993 is the Financial Controller for Nuri Holding (S) Pte Ltd, Singapore. She has extensive experience in the fields of accounting, tax, corporate secretary, corporate finance, as well as Human Resources. Ms. Chiew Guan Choo has years of regional experience in leading various financial teams under the Group in Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, China, and Taiwan. With deep knowledge in the retail industry, she is an active member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accounts (ACCA), and Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA).
Chiew Guan Choo
Johanes Ridwan
Commissioner
Mr. Johanes Ridwas has served as an Independent Director of the Company since June 2011, based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 2 dated 10 June 2011. He is currently a Commissioner of the Company, appointed based on the Company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, dated 7 May 2018. An Indonesian citizen born in 1965, Mr. Johanes Ridwan earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Law from University of Indonesia, in 1990.
Johanes Ridwan
H.B.L. Mantiri
President Director
Mr. H.B.L. Mantiri has played a crucial role as the President Director of the Company since 2004, based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders No. 4 dated 6 September 2004. Concurrently, he also serves as an Independent Director of the Company appointed based on the Company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, dated 7 May 2018.As a long-time valued member of the Company, Mr. H.B.L. Mantiri also holds numerous key positions at the Company’s subsidiaries. He attended various military education and training facilities from 1959 to 1986, including the Regular Course XIX held by National Resiliency Institute (Lembaga Ketahanan Nasional/Lemhanas) in 1986. He was active in military service from 1962 to 1995, with his last position being the Chief of General Staff of Indonesian Armed Forces. His service to the country continued with him being the Ambassador of Republic of Indonesia to the Republic of Singapore from 1996 to 1999.An Indonesian citizen born in 1939, he received his Doctor Honoris Causa of Ministry in Leadership and Transformation Degree from Harvest International Theological Seminary in 2004.
H.B.L. Mantiri
V.P. Sharma
Vice President Director
Mr. V.P. Sharma has been instrumental in building MAP into the Company it is today since he joined in 1995. He is currently the Vice President Director of the Company, appointed based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders No. 4 dated 6 September 2004.Besides his role in the Company, he also holds numerous key positions at Company’s subsidiaries. An inspiration to the MAP team and other entrepreneurs in Indonesia, he was a finalist of Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year” Award in 2007 and CNBC “11th Asia Business Leader Award” in 2012.An Indian citizen born in 1958, Mr. V.P. Sharma is a certified Associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers (India). He earned his MBA from Hull University (United Kingdom), and both his Bachelor’s Degree in Law & Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, from University of Rajasthan (India).
V.P. Sharma
Susiana Latif
Director
With years of experience spearheading the Company’s financial operations, Ms. Susiana Latif is currently one of the Directors of the Company, appointed based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders No. 4 dated 6 September 2004. An Indonesian citizen born in 1958, she earned her Master of Business Administration Degree from Hull University (United Kingdom) in 1996.
Susiana Latif
Michael D. Capper
Director
A long-time stalwart of MAP, Mr. Michael D. Capper joined the Company in 2002 and has been a Company Director since 2010, based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 62 dated 16 June 2010. Prior to that, he served as an Independent Director from 2005 to 2006 based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 18, dated 23 June 2005. He also served as an Independent Director from 2007 to June 2010 based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 37 dated 22 June 2007.A British citizen born in 1964, Mr. Michael D. Capper is a former international athlete for Great Britain, and a past winner of the Hong Kong Marathon. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language & Literature from Providence College, Rhode Island, USA in 1986.
Michael D. Capper
Sintia Kolonas
Director
Ms. Sintia Kolonas is currently a Director of the Company, appointed based on the Company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, dated 7 May 2018. She was previously the General Manager for Purchasing at PT Gajah Tunggal in 1978 to 1990. She was General Manager at PT Daya Sakti in 1990 to 1993. She has held numerous leadership positions, between 1994 and 1998, she was a Director for PT Bando Indonesia. She was also a Director at PT Softex Indonesia (1998 – 2007), and Director at PT Panen Lestari Internusa (2007 – 2013). She is currently the Deputy Managing Director at PT Panen Lestari Internusa (Group), since 2013.Indonesian citizen, born in 1947. Ms. Sintia Kolonas’s education background includes Business Administration from National University of Singapore (1992), and she also studied Management at Tsinghua University, China, in 2009.
Sintia Kolonas
Sjeniwati Gusman
Director
Consistently contributing to the various endeavours of the Company, Ms. Sjeniwati Gusman was an Independent Director from 2004 to 2005 based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders No. 4 dated 6 September 2004. Since June 2005, she has been a Director of the Company, based on the Minutes of Meeting from the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 18 dated 23 June 2005.An Indonesian citizen born in 1958, Ms. Sjeniwati Gusman currently holds other positions in Company’s subsidiaries. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from University of Atmajaya, Jakarta, in 1983.
Sjeniwati Gusman
Handaka Santosa
Director
Mr. Handaka Santosa was appointed as a Director of the Company, based on the Company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, dated 7 May 2018. Prior to that, he was the Commissioner of the Company appointed in 2014, based on the Minutes of Meeting of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders No. 15, dated 21 May 2014. Before his appointment as a member of the Board, Mr. Handaka Santosa was the CEO of Senayan City between 2005 to 2014, and an Independent Commissioner of Alfa Retailindo from 2008 to 2011. Currently he serves as a member of the top management team at SOGO Indonesia. He was also a former Commissioner of the MAP Group up to 2005 and a Director of Gajah Mada Plaza between 1981 and 1988.Besides his role in the Company, he holds numerous key positions in several leading organizations, including Head of Committee of Property Services Development for Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (2015 – 2020), Chairman of Indonesia Shopping Centres Management Association (2012 – 2015), Advisor to Indonesia Retail Merchants Association (2011 – 2015), Executive member of the National Consumer Protection Agency (2009 – 2012), General Secretary and Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Retailers (2000 – 2008), and many other organizations.An Indonesian citizen born in 1956, he earned his Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering from University of Diponegoro, Semarang, in 1981.
Handaka Santosa
Johanes Ridwan
CORPORATE SECRETARY
The Corporate Secretary is the liaison between the Company and external parties – and serves the interests of both parties, particularly in protecting the public perception of the Company’s image and fulfilling Company’s obligations. The Corporate Secretary manages secretariat duties for the Boards, public and investor relations, legal matters and compliance with authoritative bodies across the industry and the capital market as well as monitoring GCG practices. Through various activities involving the public, the Corporate Secretary assists in promoting the overall corporate image of MAP – and in representing the Board of Directors in all external communications, specifically those of regulators, investors, the capital market community and other stakeholders.An Indonesian citizen born in 1965, Mr. Johanes Ridwan earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Law from University of Indonesia, in 1990.
Johanes Ridwan
AUDIT COMMITTEE
The Audit Committee functions to support the Board of Commissioners in performing its oversight duties in accordance with prevailing requirements of OJK Regulations No. 55/POJK.04/2015, dated December 29, 2015, regarding the Establishment and Guidelines for the Work of Audit Committees, and the Indonesia Stock Exchange – pertaining to the integrity of financial report, risk management and internal control; compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; the external auditor’s performance, qualifications and independence; and the performance of the internal audit function. The Audit Committee, however, functioned independently.Members of the Company’s Audit Committee are elected by the Board of Commissioners. One of the members is the Company’s Independent Commissioner who reports directly to the Board of Commissioners. All members of Audit Committee intensively attend meetings which are scheduled every quarter (4 times a year) to review the effectiveness of internal audit functions, evaluate the effectiveness of audit implementation by external auditor, review all financial statement, and evaluate effectiveness of internal control.In 2017, the Audit Committee members were:Mr. G.B.P.H. H. Prabukusumo, S.Psi (Chairman)
Born on 27 December 1954. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Universitas Gajah Mada, Yogyakarta in 1996. He has served as Independent Commissioner of the Company since June 2009.

Mr. Imam Sugiarto (Member)
Born on 15 July 1959. He earned his Diploma in Accountancy in 1988 from Sekolah Tinggi Akuntansi Negara. He has served as a member of Audit Committee of the Company since 2017.
Mr. Riono Trisongko (Member)
Born on 16 January 1959. He earned his Diploma in Accountancy in 1988. He has served as a member of Audit Committee of the Company since 2017.
Appointment of Chairman and Members of the Audit Committee was based on Resolutions of Board of Commissioners’ meeting on 20 January 2017.

Group Structure



    • pt mitra adiperkasa tbk
      (MAP)


        • PAL
        • MGP











        • And more
          Subsidiaries

      • And more
        Subsidiaries

Subsidiaries

Below are the list of subsidiraries, percentage of share, line of business, company’s status and domicile

Retail Business
NO Company Name Direct Ownership Indirect Ownership Status
01 PT Mitra Selaras Sempurna 99.998% 0.002% Operation
02 PT Sarimode Fashindo Adiperkasa 99.998% 0.002% Operation
03 PT Mitramode Duta Fashindo 99.996% 0.004% Operation
04 PT Prima Buana Perkasa 99.997% 0.003% Operation
05 Map Active (Thailand) Ltd 99.999% 0.001% Operation
06 PT Mitra Gaya Indah 99.167% 0.833% Operation
07 PT Putra Agung Lestari 99.990% 0.010% Operation
08 PT Map Active 99.999% 0.001% Operation
09 PT Sukses Diva Mandiri 99.996% 0.004% Operation
10 PT Bersama Karunia Mandiri 99.996% 0.004% Operation
11 Map Active Footwear (S) Pte Ltd 100% Operation
12 Map Active Footwear Malaysia Sdn Bhd 100% Operation
13 PT Panen Cosmetic Indonesia 100% Operation
14 PT Panen Fashion Indonesia 100% Operation
15 PT Panen Wangi Abadi 100% Operation
16 PT Sarimode Griya 99.990% 0.010% Operation
17 PT Prima Mode Indonesia 100% Operation
18 PT Cemerlang Kharisma Internusa 100% Operation
19 PT Agung Mandiri Lestari 100% Pre-Operation
20 PT Toya Roda Utama 99.996% 0.004% Pre-Operation
21 PT Creasi Mode Indonesia 99.996% 0.004% Operation
22 PT Creasi Aksesoris Indonesia 99.992% 0.008% Pre-Operation
23 PT Utama Mode Indonesia 99.992% 0.008% Pre-Operation
24 PT Graha Prima Cemerlang 100% Pre-Operation
25 PT Map Aktif Indonesia 99.995% 0.005% Pre-Operation
Department Stores
NO Company Name Direct Ownership Indirect Ownership Status
26 PT Panen Lestari Internusa 99.000% 0.100% Operation
27 PT Java Retailindo 100% Operation
28 PT Benua Hamparan Luas 99.997% 0.003% Operation
29 PT Panen Selaras Intibuana 100% Operation
30 PT Alun Alun Indonesia Kreasi 100% Operation
31 PT Panen GL Indonesia 100% Pre-Operation
32 PT Swalayan Sukses Abadi 100% Pre-Operation
Cafe & Restaurant
NO Company Name Direct Ownership Indirect Ownership Status
33 PT Sari Boga Lestari 99.980% 0.020% Operation
34 PT Sari Coffee Indonesia 99.997% 0.003% Operation
35 PT Sari Pizza Indonesia 99.996% 0.004% Operation
36 PT Sari Burger Indonesia 60.600% 39.400% Operation
37 PT Sari IceCream Indonesia 99.996% 0.004% Operation
38 PT Premier Doughnut Indonesia 99.999% 0.001% Operation
39 PT Sari Food Lestari 100% Operation
Book Store
NO Company Name Direct Ownership Indirect Ownership Status
40 PT Kinokunia Bukindo 100% Operation
Manufacturing
NO Company Name Direct Ownership Indirect Ownership Status
41 PT Mitra Garindo Perkasa 99.960% 0.040% Operation
Others
NO Company Name Direct Ownership Indirect Ownership Status
42 PT Siola Sandimas 99.999% 0.001% Operation
43 PT Premier Capital Investment 99.500% Operation
44 Map Active Pte Ltd 100% Operation
45 Asia Retail Investments Pte Ltd 100% Operation
46 Map Active Trading Pte Ltd 100% Operation
47 Map Active International Sdn Bhd 100% Pre-Operation
48 PT  Graha Agung Sukses 100% Pre-Operation
49 PT Graha Indah Lestari 100% Pre-Operation
50 PT Sari Gemilang Makmur 100% Pre-Operation

Corporate Social Responsibility

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At MAP, we have a passion to make positive impact to the communities where we operate. MAP CSR is our commitment to fulfil our passion, to contribute and create value for our shareholders and society. MAP is always in a state of change, but our values and priorities remain the same. To be the employer of choice. To give back to the community. Together, truly making a difference for now and our future generation.

POWER OF GIVING

Since the beginning, MAP believes that giving ignites change, and the community has always been at the heart and core of what we do. Working hand-in-hand with our partners, we continue to make an impact through our focus on core areas in CSR:

  • Increasing the support of education for underprivileged children
  • Raising the retail education standard in Indonesia
  • Supporting the development of sports in Indonesia by sponsoring major sports events, teams and national athletes.
  • Continuing the women’s empowerment in family basis effort through soft skill development program, especially in the field of entrepreneurship, child care and family resilience

For more information on our CSR commitments and strategy, please visit: www.map-csr.com

Highlight of MAP CSR activities in 2017:

January

  • Rollout of Rumah Belajar Anak Bintang (RaJAB – a house of learning initiated by MAP Group for underprivileged children) in Sukawening, Gempolsari, Muaragembong and Cijemit Village, West Java along with Enrichment & Evaluation programs for every RaJAB’s Mentors.
  • Rollout of 6 the smaller scale Rumah Belajar Anak Bintang (RaJAB Mini) in neighbouring communities of RaJAB.

February

  • Parenting Class for the parents of RaJAB students as a supporting program.
  • Launch of “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” in Pantai Mekar Village, Muaragembong, Bekasi – in cooperation with Amanah Sumarno Halimah Foundation.
  • Cold Stone Creamery “Love Donation”, in collaboration with Young on Top to support their blood donation event in Bali.

March

  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Card Workshop.
  • Supported “Happiness Day Jakarta” in celebration of ‘International Day of Happiness’ and implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in Indonesia.
  • “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” Demo and Workshop in Pantai Mekar Village, Muaragembong, Bekasi – in cooperation with Amanah Sumarno Halimah Foundation.
  • Skechers “Run with Heart – 2017” Jakarta Race 1st Series. A 5K Fun Walk & Fun Charity Run at British School Jakarta.
  • Starbucks “Project 24” at SD Negeri Sukahurip 2, Kampung Pulo Kukun, Sukahurip, Kec Sukatani, Bekasi, to commemorate World Water Day – a global initiative focused on bringing clean water to the world’s most disadvantaged communities, in collaboration with Planet Water Foundation. Starbucks installed a clean water filtration system (AquaTower) that will supply the daily drinking water requirements to support the needs of the 1,000 surrounding people everyday.

April

  • “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” Demo and Workshop in Pantai Mekar Village, Muaragembong, Bekasi – in cooperation with Amanah Sumarno Halimah Foundation.
  • Starbucks “Global Month of Service” in collaboration with Yayasan Sobat Budaya support cultural awareness among youth, including batik workshop, traditional dance and playing of traditional music instruments.
  • Official launch of Rumah Belajar Anak Bintang (RaJAB) Cijerah, Kuningan, West Java.
  • Parenting Class for the parents of RaJAB students to promote better parenthood.

May

  •  “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” Demo and Workshop in Pantai Mekar Village, Muaragembong, Bekasi – in cooperation with Amanah Sumarno Halimah Foundation.
  • Skechers “Run with Heart – 2017” Jakarta Race 2nd Series. A 5K Fun Walk & Fun Charity Run at Ragunan Zoo Jakarta.
  • Skechers “Run with Heart – 2017” Jakarta Race 3rd Series. A 5K Fun Walk & Fun Charity Run at Jakarta International School.

June

  • Donation of Mango apparel through CISV Indonesia to support world peace through global friendship.
  • MAP “One for One Book Drive” – donation of books from MAP employees for children in need.
  • Parenting Class for the parents of RaJAB students to promote better parenthood.
  • Cold Stone Creamery “Ramadhan Berbagi” for children in orphanages in cooperation with local partners.
  • Pizza Marzano “A World Happier by Pizza”, donated 500 Pizzas to children from Daarul Qur’an Orphanage, Yatim Cinta Foundation, Andalusia Foundation and Riyadhul Mutha-alimin for break fasting.
  • Krispy Kreme collaborated with AEON Mall BSD to provide break fasting food for orphans from BSD Orphanage.

July

  • MAP “One for One Book Drive” – donation of books from MAP employees for children in need.
  • “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” Demo and Workshop in Pantai Mekar Village, Muaragembong, Bekasi – in cooperation with Amanah Sumarno Halimah Foundation.
  • Speedo – Bali 8th Ocean Swim – Paragames 2017 to support fund raising for Bali Disabled Swimming Program.

August

  • “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” Demo and Workshop in Pantai Mekar Village, Muaragembong, Bekasi – in cooperation with Amanah Sumarno Halimah Foundation.
  • Community involvement with Nike for Gothia Cup in China, the world’s largest youth football tournament.
  • Starbucks “Ayo ke Museum” annual program to raise public interest in Indonesian culture and the importance of visiting museums (over 10,000 participants).
  • Starbucks “Water for Change” in partnership with Planet Water Foundation – to help transform the health, productivity, and economic well-being of ten communities in Indonesia (Bekasi, Tangerang, Surabaya, Bali, Lombok, Sumatra) by providing access to clean water as well as education on water-health & hygiene.

September

  • Certification of “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” in Pantai Mekar Village, Muaragembong, Bekasi – in cooperation with Amanah Sumarno Halimah Foundation.
  • Official launch of Rumah Belajar Anak Bintang (RaJAB) Lebak Muncang, Ciwidey, West Java.

October

  • Starbucks #PINKVOICE in cooperation with Love Pink Indonesia to increase breast cancer awareness in Indonesia. More than 200,000 Pink beverages sold, and the campaign raised Rp 500,000,000 to support Lovepink breast cancer awareness program.
  • Starbucks supported Renovation of Schools at a neighbouring village of Starbucks Farmer Support Center in Brastagi.
  • Cold Stone Creamery donations for Mount Agung refugees in Karangasem, Bali.

November

  • Official launch of Rumah Belajar Anak Bintang (RaJAB) Lebak Muncang, Ciwidey, West Java.
  • Annual Coordination Meeting of Rumah Belajar Anak Bintang (RaJAB) with Karang Taruna Jawa Barat
  • Launch of “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” in Kamojing Village, Karawang. – in cooperation with Sawo Kecik.
  • Starbucks “Drop of Hope, November – January 2018 period”, an annual good cause program inviting customers to donate school needs for students such as uniforms and stationaries to non-profit organizations, where the program reached 1,000 beneficiaries.

December

  • “Parenting-Based Entrepreneurial Mothers’ Community” Demo and Workshop in Kamojing Village, Karawang. – in cooperation with Sawo Kecik.

MAP welcomes the adoption of SDG by highlighting the role it will play in supporting the 17 goals.

MAP supports the United Nations in ensuring the success of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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