I recommend Suara.com to be part of the IFCN. Over the past year it has conducted numerous fact checks on various topics, regardless of political leanings. It is also part of Cek Fakta, Indonesia's fact-checking collective network that includes other media companies that do fact-checks.
This assessment focuses on the reports that are done by the fact check team only, not including the consumers stories that are included in the section (but don't carry "Fact Check" label.)
It is also recommended that apart from relying only screenshots to tell the potential reach of the claim, the fact checks should also state it the text, for example, the number of shares, the number of video views, etc.