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DFG DISTRIBUTION IN THE NINGSHI COMMUNITY, DESA KAWONGA DANA, SUMBA BARAT DAYA

In desa Kawonga Dana a group of  young people met on May Day to receive DfG information on reproductive health and ask questions. YHS’ staff member Kanis led the meeting, and as usual there was not even a question that the girls might be bashful in asking questions on such a subject to a man.

PRISCILLA’S HOUSE BUILDING PROGRESS

  The new building has had issues not unusual in any Country. Electrical in particular has been a problem. We are pleased to receive these photos showing the current position in the project. Will be great to see the completion of Priscilla’s House for volunteers to assist Carlos with his work at Harapan Sumbawa Project.

DISTRIBUTION OF KITS IN DESA RODA PADA

A meeting was held in the kantor desa of desa Roda Pada with 40 participants in June 2019.   The discussion was aided by the DfG flip chart and a film concerning adolescence and reproductive health. 40 kits were distributed to women and girls of the desa.  

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH TEACHING AT MIDDLE SCHOOL IN DESA WEE KAMBALA, SUMBA BARAT DAYA

At the Catholic middle school Flos Karmelit in desa Wee Kambala, Sumba Barat Daya, YHS held a DfG session for 28 young students and five teachers.   32 kits were distributed to the enthusiastic young women.  

FIRST AID COURSE FOR CHILD & INFANT

On September 24th 2019, four staff of Foundation for Mother & Child Health (FMCH) Indonesia, consisted of two Early Learning Center (ELC) teachers from Cipete and Bojonggede site, midwife and nutritionist, attended First Aid Course for Child and infant that was conducted by International SOS in Jakarta. The course was suggested and sponsored by Don

DFG in West Timor

Our project collaborated with Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation, specifically for girls, called Days for Girls also organized in SMP Yasuari Noetoko this September 2019. The students learned about reproduction health including menstruation period and how to use a washable pad that can be used to substitute the commercial sanitary pad. We are fighting for the
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