Indofood Rumah Pintar (“Rumpin”)
Building Human Capital

The Agribusiness Group has a community development program, where RUMPINs or nonformal education facilities are established in the plantation areas across Sumatra and Kalimantan. All RUMPINs are equipped with teaching aids and facilities where locals can learn to make woven goods from recycled materials to supplement their family incomes.

Besides promoting entrepreneurship and eco-trade, RUMPIN are also enabling pre-school children to acquire reading and writing skills, provided free tuition to high school students taking state university entrance exams, and preserved culture and heritage through traditional dance and music lessons.

In 2020, due to the implementation of social restrictions during COVID-19, the total number of visitors at 20 RUMPINs decreased.