Solar Chapter is a non-profit organization formed by students from various universities. We are committed to helping and developing remote areas in Indonesia through sustainable methods.


Chapter One


The limited access to clean water made us aware of the substandard living conditions still experienced by many Indonesian citizens. We have first-hand experience seeing the villagers walk 2 kilometers per day to access clean water. Residents of all ages, including the elderly and adolescence, spend 4 hours traversing through rocky roads on foot just to retrieve water. We are on a mission to change that!

Chapter Two


Every day, the kids must bring jerry cans filled with clean water from their homes just to meet their individual needs in school. On top of that, their school facilities are run down and overall hygiene is very poor. Seeing these problems moved the hearts of our team members and led them to initiate the second Chapter. We hope that students can focus on their school and spend more time in library

Chapter Three

Continuing on with the success of Chapters One and Two, we launch our initiative called MAKNA (/mak·na/) which means purpose. We aim to elevate the voices of the women though exhibiting and promoting their tenin heritage to the global community. Therefore, women in the villages can use 4 hours that they used previously to obtain water more productively

With your help we have

Reached out

8794 people


10 villages

Branched out to

8 universities

around the world


126 students


Kita semua membutuhkan air, namun mereka sangat sulit mendapatkan hal itu.

– Gege Elisa

In developing countries, as much as 80% of illnesses are linked to poor water and sanitation conditions.

Kita harus kontribusi untuk generasi penerus bangsa. Kalau bukan kita, siapa lagi. Kalau bukan sekarang, kapan lagi

– Chelsea Islan