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...

Looking Back at 2021

Jan 13th, 2022
Happy New Year 2022! With this newsletter, we would like to wish every one of you a year filled with good health and happiness! The year 2021 was still a challenge for our Vocational Training Center (VTC). We decided in June to reopen all of the classes, giving priority to former students who were forced
In 2017-2018 ANZA together with Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF) funded the renovation of bathrooms at Heesu to make the facility wheelchair accessible. We also supported building extension work and saw to its completion. While we ( ANZA ) no longer provide financial support to Heesu on a regular basis, we still keep regular contact
Entering the second year of Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation’s support of YUM’s health project, we are now seeing positive results of the work that’s being done on the field. One success story is that of a young mother called Fina (not her real name). Fina joined the Integrated Community Health Post (Posyandu) after her first-month
Whilst YMCKK have not been able to visit the children in the wards due to the pandemic we are still able to cover the kids with love by giving them (via nursing staff) the warm and colourful wraps, beanies and teddies kindly donated by PHMF (see attached photos).  We are able to meet the parents
After being closed for more than a year, the YUM-VTC in Cipanas is slowly reopening its classes. We started to promote the classes in April and by the end of May, we had 30 students signed up for the computer class. The session will run with strict Covid-19 prevention protocols. Every student, tutor, and VTC
On the 4th and 12th June 2021, Day for Girls hosted events in the refugee tent of Timor Leste in Nulle Village. The activity started with education about adolescent reproductive health and sexually transmitted disease aimed at improving awareness of the importance of maintaining reproductive health for girls and reproductive women in refugee tent. The

Day for Girls Kits Distributed To Date

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