We are a small, innovative and independent community development organisation based in Australia. Community led and volunteer based, we look at development differently – we commit ourselves to long term respectful partnerships and use an approach which values community ownership, sustainability, transparency and equity.
In May 2017, we had the privilege of cohosting a visit to Australia by Dr Sima Samar, the Chair of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, Nobel Prize nominee and first Afghan Minister for Women. Watch this video of indigo foundation Chair Sally Stevenson in conversation with Dr Samar in Sydney.
To celebrate over 15 years of partnership with Lua Lemba in the arid remote island of Rote, Indonesia, we made this video to mark the impact of the program across health, education, women’s empowerment and culture.
Nasima Rahmani, Director of our longterm partner in Kabul, the Women’s Empowerment Centre, was interviewed by Patricia Karvelas on ABC RN Drive program about the advances made – and threats looming – for women in Afghanistan.
Please save the date for our annual Canberra dinner on Friday 22 March 2019 at the National Arboretum. Gather your friends and family and join us for a night of fun and friendship, fine food and wine.The wonderful Alex Sloan will be our MC for the evening as we shine a light on the power of community led development through the experience of our local partners.
Our annual Sydney dinner will be held on Saturday 30 March 2019 at heritage listed Moore Park Golf Club. Please save that date and watch this space for news on that event.