History of Pulih

History of Pulih

PULIH originally stood for a dream 6 activists, Livia Iskandar, Kristi Poerwandari, Ali Aulia, Saparinah Umar, Irwanto and Karlina Supeli. At that time in 2001, the state of Indonesia is very alarming. Violence everywhere, crime increased and the judgment of the masses be used in ways that people lose hope. Society needs psychological services for victims of domestic violence, sexual violence in the community or as a result of the political conflict and humanitarian assistance to workers susceptible to burn-out, exhaustion and trauma secondary concern. PULIH was founded July 24, 2002 in the presence of a notary.

Vision
The realization of the restoration and strengthening of the victims of violence and disasters become prosperous and healthy society psychosocial, peace, free from fear and violence, democratic, by upholding human values, peace, human rights, social justice and gender.

Mission
Empowering back survivors, families, groups and communities so that they can live a productive and meaningful life, through:

1. Education and public awareness to community groups, institutions, and decision-makers about the prevention and response to violence based trauma recovery and psychosocial interventions.
2. Increasing the capacity and participation in psychosocial recovery.
3. Advocating social policy, laws, regulations and service disaster prevention and violence that better protect, fulfill the basic rights of the people, and trauma and recovery-oriented psychosocial interventions.
4. Development of competent organizations in the field of psychosocial, accountable, autonomous, democratic and social responsibility as part of the settlement of the problems of violence and the impact of the disaster.
5. The development of worthwhile learning organization both internally and externally.

Motto
“Restoring hope, break the chain of violence, raising peace”

Value Basis
• Democratic
• Uphold Human Rights
• Social justice and gender
• Transparent and can dipertanggungugatkan
• Peace and Non-Violence