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The Days for Girls program educates girls about menstruation, reproductive system and sexually transmitted diseases.

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FMCH Indonesia – Adolescent Reproductive Health Education and DfG Kit Distribution in Haumenibaki Village, West Timor

Adolescent reproductive health education and DFG kit distribution in Haumenibaki village, West Amanuban Sub-district, South Central Timor District, West Timor was carried out on August 30th 2020, at the Bethesda Haumenibaki church in collaboration with the Nulle Puskesmas (Health center) team. This program is targeted at adolescent women in to help them understand reproductive health

Priscilla’s Volunteer House at Harapan Sumbawa Project

In December 2019 we were able to report that the Building had been completed BUT pending at that time was that kitchen fittings & furniture need to be purchased. The PHMF was able to fund these important fittings in June. Priscilla’s Volunteer House is attached to Harapan House & this kitchen will also service Harapan.

FMCH UNDER CORONA VIRUS RULES DELIVER DfG KITS

Silakan baca di bawah ini untuk laporan dalam bahasa Indonesia. Tuesday, July 14, 2020. The Indonesian Toddler Sehat Foundation (FMCH Indonesia) has been distributing clean and environmentally friendly sanitary packages and sanitary pads to 50 young women and women of childbearing age at SD Yaswari Kokoi, subdistrict of Amanatun Selatan, NTT. This activity is also

FMCH NEW BIKE FOR WEST TIMOR ROAD CONDITIONS

Silakan baca di bawah ini untuk laporan dalam bahasa Indonesia. Due to the WT road conditions a Motor Bike is the best form of transport to reach the remote areas. FMCH had a problem that their current bike could no longer be repaired. As reported below a new bike was urgently required for their normal

CORONA VIRUS REPORT FROM SUMBAWA INDONESIA

Yes we Harapan Sumbawa Project do have many positive cases. Two weeks ago when I was in the offices of the health department, we compared the numbers of deaths during these lasts months with the numbers of the same months last years, and they have been multiplicated by 5 compared with the number of deaths

TORRINGTON NSW AUSTRALIA FIRES NOVEMBER 2019

The FOUNDATION’S Indonesian Days for Girls project ( DfG ) is due to the support from Australian DfG Chapters & The Glen Innes Rotary Club who also have been busy supporting Drought & Fire affected Families. We wish to share these comments of appreciation the Rotary Club has recently received : The first photo is
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