Waste to Welfare: A Circular Economy Story
In the critical years from birth to age three, a period now recognized as fundamental for cognitive, linguistic, motor, and socio-emotional development, children in underserved rural areas are lack of the transformative power of early education. Spearheaded by the Tanoto Foundation, the HOPE Early Childhood Development project emerges as a beacon of hope across six provinces in China.
The documentary, with its guiding principle “Companionship is the Best Gift,” weaves real-life narratives to showcase the transformative power of the project. It provides viewers a window into the lives of children flourishing with newfound opportunities. Through the lens of HOPE, the documentary advocates for the paramount importance of early childhood education, urging viewers, from policymakers to parents, to embrace a more informed, contemporary approach to nurturing the next generation.
Bakti Barito Foundation
Driven by the profound belief in a more sustainable, equitable Indonesia, Bakti Barito Foundation is steadfast in its mission to empower communities to lead healthier, more prosperous lives. In West Java, Indonesia, where the parent company, Barito Pacific and its subsidiaries are based, the foundation emphasizes environmental education and waste management efforts.
Founded in 2011 by Prajogo Pangestu and his wife Harlina Tjandinegara, the foundation is led by executive director Fifi Pangestu, under the direction of the board of trustees.
Country of Origin Indonesia
Director Odit Praseno Hadi
Producer Fifi Pangestu, Dian Purbasari
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