Wikimedia Indonesia

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Wikimedia Indonesia (WMID, Perkumpulan Wikimedia Indonesia) is a Wikimedia Affiliate in Indonesia.

Wikimedia Indonesia
A three colored svg logo of Wikimedia Indonesia

Indonesia on the globe
LocationIndonesia Icons-flag-id.png
Country codeID
Legal statusvoluntary and non-profit organization
Founding dateSeptember 5, 2008
(14 years ago)
 (2008-09-05)
Approval dateNovember 15, 2011 (2011-11-15)
Main officeJakarta
Membership± 102 people (incl. founders)
Staff± 19 FTE (list of staff members)
Official language(s)Bahasa Indonesia
Other language(s)English
Chair of Board of Executives
BudgetPer project
AffiliationsWikimedia Foundation, ESEAP
Websitewikimedia.or.id
E-mail addressinfo(_AT_)wikimedia.or.id
Twitterwikimediaid
Facebookwikimedia.indonesia
Instagramwikimediaid
YouTubeWikimedia Indonesia
Mailing addressTCC Batavia Tower One, Level 6, 126 K.H. Mas Mansyur St., Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, Special Capital Region of Jakarta 10220
MottoBebaskan Pengetahuan!

HistoryEdit

A discussion to establish Wikimedia Indonesia was initiated in 2006 as the need arose to have a formal body ready to establish connections with the media and cooperation with other official entity such as government, businesses, and academies. In 2008 it was agreed that it took form as a not-for-profit association under the law of Republic of Indonesia, with the members through their General Meetings of Members holding the highest authority.

Wikimedia Indonesia first bylaw drafted and registered to the notary to become The Association's legal establishment on May 5, 2008, signing the document are Wikimedia Indonesia's 19 founders. Wikimedia Foundation's Board of Trustees approval as Wikimedia Chapter was gained on October 7, 2008.

Wikimedia Indonesia's Board of Trustees then drafted and approved bylaw revision on October 31, 2008, however this bylaw never went through a legal administration process. In the end of 2010, Wikimedia Indonesia's legal establishment paper review received a more detailed feedback from Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights, and after several meetings and revisions in the notary office, the Wikimedia Indonesia bylaw was finally approved by Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Right on November 15, 2011.

The Indonesian language Wikipedia is the Wikimedia Foundation's first project in a language of Indonesia and was started in 2003. Other projects like Wikisource, Wikibooks, Wikiquote, and other Wikipedias in local languages were founded and continue to grow to this day.

OrganizationEdit

GovernanceEdit

Board of Trustees (Dewan Pengawas) is representative elected by Wikimedia Indonesia's members during the Annual General Meeting of Member to supervise the work by Board of Executives in accordance to organizational goals as stated in bylaw. The Board of Trustees decision is a collective voice and not an individual one, in which any decisions in their account are discussed thoroughly in a Board of Trustees' Meeting. The meeting might result in a Memorandum and/or Resolution if needed. The 2022–2024 Board of Trustees, which terms end on December 31, 2024, are comprised of:

  • Andri Irwanza Humardhani (chair)
  • Ichsan Mochtar (member)
  • Annayu Maharani (member)
  • Fachria Marasabessy (member)
  • Hendra Prastiawan (member)

Board of Executives (Dewan Pengurus) is in charge for financial and organizational management of Wikimedia Indonesia's daily operational activities. The Chair of Board of Executives owns prerogative rights to choose the professional members of the Board of Executives. The 2022–2024 Board of Executives, which terms end on December 31, 2024, are comprised of:

  • Rachmat Wahidi (chair)
  • Hillun Vilayl Napis (general secretary)
  • Hardiansyah (deputy general secretary)
  • Fajarwati (treasurer)
  • Thirza Ria Vandari (deputy treasurer)



Current projectsEdit

Grants

Thematic projects

Reports and plansEdit

PlansEdit

Strategic planning
Planned programs


ReportsEdit

Wikimedia Indonesia provides various report, including annual report, grant report, and project report.

Annual report and financial statementsEdit

The financial statements are bilingual (Indonesian-English).

Simple APGEdit

Annual Plan GrantEdit