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PHMF Supports Online English Classes At The YUM VTC

Currently, the YUM VTC is unable to open face to face classes due to COVID-19 though we are preparing ourselves to open once the government allows us. In the meantime, we do our best to keep our students motivated to learn and for that, we have found a few solutions: The English course is the

FMCH INDONESIA DISTRIBUTE FIVE HUNDRED CLOTH MASKS TO THE EAST INDONESIA

The distribution of cloth masks and hygiene packages would not be possible if not for the support of the Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation. FMCH Indonesia would like to thank The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation  for continuing supporting our programs. The spread of the Coronavirus has reached all provinces in Indonesia, including East Nusa Tenggara Province.

HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROJECT PROGRESS ON PREVENTION CORONA VIRUS

The Foundation has partnered with Carlos Ferrandiz of Harapan Sumbawa Project with the Days for Girls project for a number of years. Now due to Corona Virus the postage of kits had to be stopped as distribution is not advisable. Carlos project fits The PHMF Mission Statement to assist under privileged Families. In the Indonesian

The Australia and New Zealand Association (ANZA) Jakarta

In January while in Jakarta I (Don Hall) had the opportunity to attend the monthly meeting of ANZA Social Welfare Committee. ANZA have partnered with The Foundation since it was established in 2004 shortly after Priscilla’s accident. This gave me the opportunity to update them on the Indonesian Distribution for Days for Girls. In 2019

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

PRISCILLA HOUSE — HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROJECT BUILDING REPORT

  These are the details that were indicated in a previous newsletter of the starting point for the project .This stage has now been completed. 1. –Clean the building of trees and vegetation: The passage of time has provoked that several trees have grown inside the building. 2. –Change the frames of doors and windows:
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