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...
The first West Java rugby sevens youth tournament since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic took place on 21 May 2022. It was also the biggest ever youth sevens tournament in West Java, contested by six boys’ teams and five girls’ teams. The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF) and Indonesian Rugby Union (PRUI) sponsored the
Three former members of the Jakarta Komodos Juniors played in the recent Indonesian National Rugby 7s Championships in Solo, Central Java. The event featured men’s and women’s teams from 12 provinces and took place over July 2-3 at Solo’s Banyuanyar Field. The competition was seen as a selection trial for Indonesia’s national squads ahead of
Even though menstruation is a natural and healthy process for adolescent girls and women of reproductive age, the level of openness to discuss about menstruation is low in Indonesia. In some areas, the social perception regarding menstruation in is still considered a taboo. In addition, there is a significant gap on the menstrual health management
Time flies! We are already nearing the end of the first semester of the year of 2022! At the beginning of the year, we found out that local schools were facing difficulties in implementing a new program that was launched by the Indonesian Education Ministry. The purpose of the program is to diagnose the learning
After a long period of Covid which has stopped our Indonesian Yayasan partners from  distributing The Days for Girls kits from Australian Chapters we are pleased to advise. We have been able this week to pack Kits that we have received from The Goondiwindi Queensland Chapter. These boxes will be sent to West Timor. The
For close to a year now, with the help of many donors including the Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation, YUM has been supporting and training 125 volunteer health workers (or better known as “kader” in Bahasa Indonesia) from 24 Integrated Health Posts (or “Posyandu”) in 8 villages in the sub-district of Cianjur (West Java). Training is

Day for Girls Kits Distributed To Date

Sumba585 Sumbawa620 West Timor930

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