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FOUNDATION ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

NAME AND DOMICILE


Article 1
1. The foundation is named: Yayasan "_____________" and is domiciled and headquartered in
Pondok Indah, South Jakarta.
2. Foundation may open branches or representative offices in other places both within
and outside the territory of the Republic of Indonesia based on the decision of the
Board, with the approval of the Founder.

TIME
Article 2
The foundation was established at the time the deed is signed and set for an unspecified
length of time.

PRINCIPLES AND NATURE
Article 3
The Foundation is based on the principle of Pancasila and the Constitution of 1945 (one
thousand nine hundred and forty-five).

The Foundation is engaged fully and actively in the field of children's education and
empowerment of women, as well as economic development. This foundation is independent
and cooperate with anyone on the principle of kinship and mutual assistance in the
implementation of the business plan of the Foundation's work.

PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES
Article 4
The aims and objectives of the Foundation are:

Participate actively and consistently in the development and construction of the Unitary
Republic of Indonesia in the fields of education and women's empowerment, which aims to
secure the welfare of society and the establishment of a just and prosperous society based
on Pancasila and the Constitution of 1945.

BUSINESS
Article 5
To achieve its aim, the Foundation is running its efforts as follows:

1. In Education:
a. Establishing and organising non-forma education (NFE)
b. Establish and maintain a formal educational institutions
c. Establish and conduct training and employment guidance in all areas of work
related to the economic development of the nation with the goal of increasing
the nation's competitiveness and economic well-being of the society.
2. In the field of women's empowerment:
a. training for women weavers to improve the quality of their fabrics.
b. provides assistance to women weavers to use their money for the sake of
children's education and welfare of their families.
c. Encourage the weavers women to be more active in social life and participate
in determining the direction of community development in their respective
regions

PROPERTY
Article 6

1. The foundations wealth consists of:
a. initial capital of the foundation
b. sponsorship money/donations from the public, government and private,
both from within and from abroad that are not binding
c. grants will and regular grants
d. the earnings of the Foundation's efforts
e. the help of the people and, -, those who took an interest in the Foundation;
f. Other legitimate revenues

2. All the wealth of the Foundation shall be used to achieve the aims and objectives
of the foundation.

STRUCTURE OF THE FOUNDATION
Article 7

The structure of the Foundation is composed of:
1. Advisor
2. Board (Executives)
3. Supervisor

Advisor
Article 8

1. Advisor of the foundation is the organ that has the power that is not submitted to the Board
or the Supervisory
2. Advisor composed of one or more members of Advisor
3. In case there is more than one advisor, then one of them was appointed as chairman of
the Advsors
4. The one who may be appointed as a member of Advisors is a person as a founder of the
foundations and or they are based on the decisions of the Advisor member assessed as
having a high dedication to achieve the purposes and objectives of the foundation
5. Member of Advisor was not given the salary and allowances by the foundation
6. In the case of the foundation for any reason does not have a member of Patrons, and the
joint meeting of members of the supervisory board members may appoint members
builder...
7. Advisors membership ends because:
a. Passed away
b. at his or her own request
c. declared bankrupt or placed under guardianship (curatele)
d. dismissed by the Advisors Meeting
8. Builder's tenure unspecified duration.


Rights And Obligations Of Advisors
Article 9

1. Advisors are obliged to run the regulations in this statute (constitution)
2. Advisors make a household budget plan concerning all things that are not or not
sufficiently provided for in these statutes and make regulations that are necessary and
useful for foundations, including the Foundation's work plan for five years
3. The regulations in the above paragraph shall not be inconsistent with the statutes of the
Foundatioin and must receive prior approval from Advisors Meeting
4. Determine general policies of the foundation and approve work program and the
annual budget of the foundation
5. Confirmation regarding the merger and dissolution of the foundation
6. Ratification of the annual report
7. Nominate a liquidator in terms of the foundation is dissolved
8. Advisors required to hold an Advisors meetings at least once a year to carry out the
duties and authority of the Advisors
9. Advisors meeting is considered valid if at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the Advisors
members present
10. Advisors meeting procedures, stipulated further in the Bylaws

Boards (Executives)
Article 10

1. The Foundation is administered by a Board, which consists of at least (6) people,
with the following composition:
a. 1 (one) Chair
b. 1 (one) the secretary
c. 1 (one) the treasurer
d. 2 (two) members or more
2. Board members are appointed for five years and set about their own position and
can be dismissed at any time by the Advisors Meeting
3. Board membership ends for:
a. Passed away
b. at his or her own request
c. declared bankrupt or placed under guardianship (curatele)
d. dismissed by the Advisors Meeting
4. If there is a vacancy, then the other Board members may propose candidates to fill such
vacancy for Advisors who can reinforce the proposal, but the Advisors may appoint
another person, with no regard to the candidates proposed by Board members

Rights And Obligations Of Board Members
Article 11

1. Board is obligated to run the regulations in this statutes
2. Board to plan a household budget on all matters that are not or not sufficiently
provided for in these statutes and make regulations that appropriate and useful for
foundations, including the Foundation's work plan for five years
3. These regulations in the preceding paragraph shall not be inconsistent with the statute
and the Foundation must receive prior approval from the founder Meeting
4. At the latest within one month commencing from the closing of Foundation Fiscal Year,
the board gave a report to the meeting of the Advisors of the course of the Foundation
during the past financial year

Article 12


1. Chairman together with the secretary is authorized to represent the Foundation in and
out of court and therefore entitled to perform all actions concerning both the
maintenance and the ownership, but to:
a. make loans to or at the expense of the Foundation or the Foundation lends
money to another party
b. buy, sell, or the other way obtain or release the rights or incriminating items
that are not moving
c. binding Foundation as the agency / borrower
d. mortgaged the moving goods belong to the Foundation
e. participated as the partners in a limited passive partnership under the firm
must have the prior written approval of Advisors meeting.

2. Outgoing letters must be signed by the Chairman and Secretary, and in terms of
expenditure and / or receipt of money also signed by the Treasurer
3. Vice-chairman helped the chairman, in which case the chairman is absent or does not
exist, where the incident is not necessary to prove to the other party, then in such
event, the Vice Chairman has the same authority to the Chairman
4. Without prejudice to the authority, the Chairman and the Secretary is entitled to
authorize another party through a power of attorney
5. Board must hold a division of labor among its members effectively and efficiently

Board Meeting
Article 13
1. Board meetings are required to hold at least (two) times a year and every time if
deemed necessary by the chairman or at least (2/3) of the members of the Board who
wishes to notify in writing to the chairman
2. In all meetings, the Chairman takes the lead, if the Chairman is not present, the
meeting chaired by Deputy Chairman and Vice Chairman if any are not present, the
meeting chaired by the one elected from and by those who present
3. Board meeting is considered valid, if at least (1/2) plus one (1) of the number of the
Board members present or represented
4. If the present is not enough, the Chairman of the meeting may call a new meeting as
soon as possible (3) days and no later than (7) days from the day of the meeting could
not be held that; in the replacement meeting, where a decision must be taken,
decisions can be made without taking into account the conditions referred to in
paragraph three above.
5. The decission taken in a meeting was taken by means of deliberation to reach
consensus; if the way is not reached, then the decision is taken by way of voting which
must be approved by at least 2/3 (two thirds) plus one of the number of Board
members who are present or represented


SUPERVISOR /Trustees
Article 14
1. Supervisor or Trustees is the Foundation organ charged to supervise and give the
advise to the Board in carrying out activities of the Foundation
2. Trustees consisting of 1 (one) or more members of the Supervisory
3. If the Foundation choose more than 1 (one) person Supervisors, then 1 (one) of them
can be appointed as Chairman of the Supervisory

Article 15
1. The one who is appointed as members of the Supervisory is an person who are able to
perform legal actions and not found guilty in overseeing the Foundation that led to
losses for the Foundation, community or state based on court decisions, within a
period of 5 (five) years from the date the decision is final and binding remains
2. Trustees appointed by Founder through the Founders Meeting for a period of 5 (five)
years may be reappointed
3. Supervisory has the obligation to oversee the work of the Board
4. In the case of the Supervisory positions vacant, then the maximum period of 30 (thirty)
days from the occurrence of the vacancy, the Founder must hold meetings, to fill that
void
5. In the case of all Supervisory positions vacant, then the maximum period of 30 (thirty)
days from the occurrence of the vacancy, the Founder must hold a meeting to appoint
new Trustees, and for a while the Foundation is managed by the Foundation Board
6. Supervisors have the right to resign from office, by giving written notice of such
intention to the Founders no later than 30 (thirty) days before the date of his
resignation
7. In the case of replacement of Supervisor of the Foundation, then a period of at least 30
(thirty) days from the date of replacement of the Foundation Supervisor, Foundation
shall submit written notification to the Minister of Justice and Human Rights of the
Republic of Indonesia and the relevant agencies
8. Supervisors can not concurrently as Founders, the Board or the Supervisory
9. Supervisory Position is ended for:
a. Passed away
b. at his or her own request
c. guilty of committing a crime by a court decision that is punishable by
imprisonment of at least 5 (five) years
d. dismissed by the Advisors Meeting
e. term of office expires


ADVISOR / FOUNDATION PROTECTOR
Article 16
1. If deemed necessary, the Founders meeting may appoint Advisor / Foundation
Protector
2. Advisor / Foundation Protector is appointed for 5 (five) years and may be terminated
by the Founders Meeting and may be reappointed
3. Advisor / Foundation Protector is entitled to give advice to the builder and / or
supervision and / or the Board, whether requested or not
4. The advice can be delivered, whether written or oral
5. The advice must be considered and seriously considered by the Founders and / or the
Supervisor and / or the Board but shall not be binding

FINANCIAL YEAR
Article 17
1. Foundation Financial Year started from the beginning of the month (January) until the
end of the month (December) of each year
2. Administrators (Boards) are required to make an annual report that is provided
together with a calculation of the financial accountability of the Foundation
3. Calculation and accountability as well as the annual report must be approved by the
Founders Meeting

ADDITIONAL CHANGES OR DISSOLUTION
Article 18
1. The decision to change or add to the foundation's articles of association or to dissolve
the foundation is only valid if in the meeting, Founder attended or was represented by
at least 3/4 (three quarters) of the number of members and the proposal approved by
at least three quarters (three quarters) of the number of votes of the members present
or represented
2. The decision to dissolve the Foundation can be taken if the above proposal of the
Board turns out, that the Foundation no longer has the power of life or the foundation
property has been depleted or such a least ao according to the Board that is no longer
enough to comply with the Foundation provision
HOW TO USE THE REST OF THE MONEY
Article 19
If the foundation is dissolved then with regard to the sound of article 1665 of the Code of
Civil Law, the Board is obliged to arrange and settle all Foundation debts under the
supervision of the supervisor, unless the Founders meeting determines other ways and
Founders meeting determine how to use the rest of wealth money by paying attention to
basic objectives of the Foundation


CLOSING
Article
All things that are not or not sufficiently provided for in the the articles of association or in
the household budget will be decided by a meeting of Trustees for the first time

Founder
Chair:
Members:

Board
Chair of Board:
Vice:
Secretary:
Trasurer:

Supervisor:
1.
2.