Priscilla HallPriscilla Hall was tragically killed in a plane accident at Lake Lido, south of Jakarta on June 20th, 2004. Priscilla's lifelong affinity for people extended into helping disadvantaged children. The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation is a not-for-profit, charitable fund that aims to help underprivileged children in Indonesia. Read more...
Hayley or H as she prefers to be called visited Rumah Sehat to delivers a dental hygiene lesson in English. H is passionate about teeth and the importance of dental hygiene. H taught the students how to clean and care for their teeth, most of the students have never used floss or had their teeth cleaned.
PHMF has supported children with cancer in Indonesia for many years providing funds to pay for their chemotherapy treatment not covered by the national government’s health system BPJS. Recently, PHMF donated special beds for the Paediatrics Intensive Care Unit at RS Dharmais Hospital in Jakarta, Indonesia. The PICU is the first facility dedicated for use
This semester we held a new computer class specifically on learning the use of Internet for parents.  This first project collaborates with the parents of YUM’s preschool students. This class is not only for mothers but fathers are also allowed to join this class.  It was a big day for everyone, not only for the
INTRODUCTION: During this course 2017/2018, and thanks to the collaboration with the Australian NGO Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation, and the NGO Days For Girls International, we have run the present program in order to increases access to menstrual care and sexual and menstrual education. The present program consists of the delivery of kits including underwear
On this August, 2018, Days for Girls in Indonesia was held in Southwest Sumba, Nusa Tenggara Timur together with Foundation of Hope Sumba. Before Days for Girls kits were distributed to 60 female teenagers in Junior High School of St. Josef Freimadametz Tambolaka, FMCH Indonesia, supported by Priscilla Hall Foundation Memorial, held Training of Trainers
The YUM Vocational Training Centre has been busy so far this year. They have provided the following classes as vocational training to almost 200 students so far in 2018. Computer classes English classes Sewing classes Job Seeking Skills Workshops   Here are some of computer class students testimonials on completion of the course: “Learning about
After a long journey from Texas  USA Sharence Moore arrives at the PHMF VTC to volunteer for three weeks Sharence arrived full of enthusiasm and energy to share her knowledge to the staff and students  Sharene had registered with World of Need an American NGO that matches volunteers With other NGO‘s from around the world,
Following is a brief report on the status of an abandoned building extension project in Heesu. The donor PT Bina Cipta Indo Perkasa (independent of ANZA), stopped work at the end of Jan 2018 on the basis that its workers were needed urgently on another project and the sponsorship funds the company allocated had been
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