Krishnalila Foundation (KLF) is non-profit organization dedicated to the women, children, and the youth in the African and Asian regions.
KLF takes childhood love as its theme. Why is that? It is because love at childhood is still pure, undisturbed by filthy desires, which conquer most human today and which have created numerous problems and issues. Therefore love, is the root of all actions at KLF, embodied in its logo, the peacock feather.
KLF has its goal to bring back pure love for a peaceful world. Its mission is to eliminate sorrows of the neglecteds and its vision is to bring together and create individuals for a brighter new world. A world with love is a world in peace.
Two initiatives led the establishment of KLF:
Having potential youth empowered in a good manner will hopefully created more hands to care for ongoing issues for future improvement. Forrest Club phase 1 activities were implemented between 2009-2010, to encourage youth creativity and bridge clustered communities in Bali, Indonesia. Phase 1 was a great success and its activities have becoming models; they are continuously implemented by a number of actors and organizations in Indonesia until today.
Women have untapped potentials, which are yet to discover. To have women participating in economic and social development may create multiplier effects – for a more stable and peaceful socieites, and nation’s sustainable development. Afrosian, which is founded by alumni of the United Nations-mandated University for Peace, Costa Rica and the Nippon Foundation’s Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship is dedicated for women empowerment towards sustainable peace accross Africa and Asia, as the name suggests.
KLF is recognized by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia as a registered foundation #AHU-0008668.AH.01.14.Tahun 2015 as Yayasan Krishnalila.