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

Donations can be made to the Days for Girls project via the Rotary Australia World Community Service donations portal. Please click here to donate.

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HI GIRLS YOU ARE LOVABLE and PRECIOUS

  THIS IS THE UNABRIDGED REPORT OF THE DAYS FOR GIRLS PERTH & NEWCASTLE WHO SUPPLIED THE KITS .English instructions had to be translated as it is not the first language in Indonesia.  West Timor, Indonesia- November 2017. Foundation for Mother and Child Health Indonesia (FMCH) or Yayasan Balita Sehat Indonesia in partnership with Priscilla

FINDING A SUITABLE Indonesian YAYASAN TO PARTNER THE DAYS for GIRLS PROGRAM

  The Foundation in the past & currently supports YAYASAN BALITA SEHAT-FMCH . Current support is shown on our WEB SITE . As well as their work in Jakarta there is a team in West Timor managed by Marsalina Selan ( Marsa ) who manages all the FMCH’s programs in West Timor. Below is a report which clearly shows

DAYS for GIRLS WHAT IS IN A KIT

Days for Girls feminine hygiene kit contains these life changing elements…2 shields, 8 liners, a washcloth, a bar of hotel size soap, a pair of underwear, and 2 Ziploc Freezer Bags. The kit items are all contained in a beautiful drawstring bag. Click here for full details:  Days for Girls kit        

DAYS for GIRLS INTRODUCED TO REMOTE AREAS OF INDONESIA

In late 2015 The Foundation became aware that Indonesian Girls & Women from under privileged families ( low income ) THEY DID NOT HAVE READY ACCESS TO FEMININE HYGIENE. WE then began to research & found no affordable solution in Indonesia . At a Rotary District 9640 conference attended by Glen Innes Rotarian Don Hall a

THE SOLAR LIGHTS FOR CHILDREN IN WEST TIMOR, INDONESIA

“The Children who reads the books will be people who think”, this quote became a motivation for FMCH Indonesia to continue encouraging Indonesia children to love the books in order that they could be a good leader in life. Unfortunately, in Indonesia, the distribution of the books of good quality have not been equally distributed
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