SOCIO – ECONOMIC

Neoliberal economic policies have triggered social inequalities in Indonesian society. Indonesia’s economic growth during 70 years of independence was at a moderate stage and had never entered a phase of high economic growth.

Although the growth of Indonesia’s gross domestic product (GDP) is at a moderate stage, the level of people’s welfare has not improved. This can be seen from the human development index (HDI). In the index, measured regarding the adequacy of community nutrition, food, education, health, and access to clean water.

Our activity

Ahimsa Indonesia campaigns for investments in social fields, such as education, health, and food. In addition, we support the government’s efforts to strengthen people’s purchasing power by providing additional village funds to build infrastructure that absorbs more human power than mechanical power.