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

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Days for Girls training & distribution in West Timor 2018

Days for Girls was held at Timur Tengah Selatan to improve girls’ awareness and knowledge about the needs of their bodies. Through the Foundation for Mother and Child Health Indonesia.  

HARAPAN PROJECT DISTRIBUTION FOR THE REMOTE AREAS ON SUMBAWA ISLAND

INTRODUCTION: During this course 2017/2018, and thanks to the collaboration with the Australian NGO Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation, and the NGO Days For Girls International, we have run the present program in order to increases access to menstrual care and sexual and menstrual education. The present program consists of the delivery of kits including underwear

TRAINING OF TRAINERS DAYS FOR GIRLS AUSTRALIA IN SUMBA, INDONESIA

On this August, 2018, Days for Girls in Indonesia was held in Southwest Sumba, Nusa Tenggara Timur together with Foundation of Hope Sumba. Before Days for Girls kits were distributed to 60 female teenagers in Junior High School of St. Josef Freimadametz Tambolaka, FMCH Indonesia, supported by Priscilla Hall Foundation Memorial, held Training of Trainers

YAYASAN HARAPAN SUMBA — DAYS for GIRLS FIRST DISTRIBUTION

The Foundations DfG partners in West Timor are FMCH who have the slogan  “GIRLS YOU ARE LOVABLE AND PRECIOUS”. We are delighted to hear from YHS that training & kits have been delivered to handicap girls with their friends in attendance. We would all agree this is a very special distribution.

GIRLS, YOU ARE LOVABLE AND PRECIOUS PART 2

Hi Girls, My name is Sarah. I am a new member of staff at Yayasan Balita Sehat Indonesia. I had been working at YBS for a month, when I was asked to accompany my Programme Manager, Ms. Helga Dyathen on a trip to West Timor. One of the activities I observed was the training of

IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DAYS FOR GIRLS PROGRAM IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AT SUNU VILLAGE, WEST TIMOR, INDONESIA.

November 2017, Foundation for Mother and Childs Health (FMCH) Indonesia in partnership with Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF) have been successfully conducting training in Reproductive Health and have delivered washable menstruation pads to 109 female students in Junior High School at Sunu Village, West Timor. The training was fun and all the participants were very
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