Officially launched by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang
Yudhoyono in 2005, Rumah Anak Madani (RAM) was built and financed
by CT foundation to provide education and housing to children
affected by the Aceh tsunami.
CT Foundation also set up CT Foundation High School, which is a
full scholarship high school with boarding facility intended for
children who come from a disadvantaged family, but excel in their
academics. The first high school was opened in February 2010 in
Medan. CT foundation aspires to build CT Foundation High School in
every province of Indonesia to enhance education standards across
Through Bank Mega, CT Foundation initiated Mega Berbagi deposit
product intended for Bank Mega customers to donate a portion of
their interest for charity. Thus far, the fund has been used to
provide economic support in various forms, including food supplies
to underprivileged people within the areas surrounding Bank Mega
CT Foundation continued to provide financial support for 500
children of Tsunami victims in Medan. Through full financing of
living and educational expenses amounting to Rp 250 Million per
month. In 2005, CT Corp and Trans TV coordinated relief efforts to
the Aceh and Nias tsunami-affected areas. Recently, CT Corp and
Trans TV also coordinated a charity fund for victims of the
Chairul Tanjung personally led and managed distribution of these
relief efforts in both Aceh and Yogyakarta.
CT Corp, through its subsidiaries, provides ongoing assistance for
community development programs such as orphanages, homes for the
elderly, mosques, and foundations helping disabled persons.
Bank Mega provided financial support for the construction of an
orphanage for more than 1,000 children, victims of the Aceh
tsunami. Currently Trans TV and Bank Mega are developing a
children playground and a reading area for primary and junior
school students within CT Corp complex.
THE INDONESIAN HUMANITARIAN COMMITTEE
CT Corp founder and Chairman, Chairul Tanjung, was one of the
founders of the Indonesian Humanitarian Committee in 1998. Since
2002, the Committee has focused its efforts on preventing the
spread of HIV/AIDS and drug abuse. The Committee is also supported
by various international organizations such as Family Health
International, USAID, UNESCO, and Plan International.