This activity is done by giving capital aid to beneficiaries who have business to improve their business. Besides, the beneficiaries are also equipped with assistance to develop their business.
Gerobak Mapan conducts survey to get beneficiaries before they receive capital aid for business. The assistance is provided two weeks while seeing progress of the business every day.
- KUMM (Community Independent Business Group)
A group of people unite to run business in social and economic fields based on the principles of democracy, participation, transparency and justice to improve quality of life.
The goal of KUMM is increasing the income of mustahik (alms receivers) who have productive business by tying them in a group with intensive assistance.
- PIK (Independence Incubation Center)
- Distributed aid fund through entrepreneurship training
- Improving knowledge of beneficiaries on entrepreneurship
- Motivating beneficiaries to run business based on the existing potential and opportunities
- Developing human resources that can create job opportunities both for themselves and other to improve the quality of life
- Increasing competence of beneficiaries in entrepreneurship
- Instilling ethos of independence in the training’s participants
Types of training:
- Graphic Design
- Computer technique
- Web Design
- Understanding traffic signs
- Skilled in driving
- Getting SIM A
- Product Innovation
- Business Plan
Warung Kaget is an empowerment program for people who just become disaster victims. The program is expected to make them awake from sorrow, so that they are able to be independent like before.
The Goals of Program
- Raising spirit of disaster victims and instilling the ethos of independence in the victims.
- Guiding, assisting and giving spirit to disaster victims (businessmen) to run their business again.
- Improving competence and skills in entrepreneurship.
Program: WARUNG KAGET JELAMBAR
Location: RT 12 RW 10 Kelurahan Jelambar,Jakarta Barat
Time: November 2013
Disaster Type: Fire
Number of beneficiaries: 35 Businessmen, 150 Non-Businessmen