Project Dengue

In 2004, the Tahija Foundation initiated and launched a research and pilot project to help find a solution to the DengueHemorrhagic Fever (DHF) issue. The research […]

Support to improvement of educational infrastructures

The legacy of knowledge is timeless and not rendered irrelevant by the passage of time. Building schools, contributing funds, as well as energy and innovations for […]

From Rocks and Statues We learn About Our Indonesian Diversity

The Tahija Foundation has supported research activities conducted by Yogyakarta Archeological Center in order to uncover the extent of the Losari Site. This activity at the […]

An effort to restore the balance of the ecosystem in the Ujung Kulon National Park

In an effort to support the conservation endangered wildlife in the Ujung Kulon National Park, Banten, the Tahija Foundation funds several activities that indirectly enhance the […]