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Wraps and a Ventilator

Thanks to PHMF and all the lovely ladies at Wraps with Love (Glen Innes), YMCKK (Let’s Love the Children Charity) were able to comfort many of the little premature babies at Cipto Hospital in Jakarta. Sadly, due to COVID-19, many of the babies had to be induced before full term as the mothers had contracted

Supporting a Better Future in 2022: ‘Rugby Has Changed my Life’

Picking up a rugby ball and joining a team has been a life-changing event for numerous Indonesian children from underprivileged backgrounds. It’s thanks to the support of sponsors that the Jakarta Komodos Rugby Football Club (JKRFC) is able to continue offering Indonesian kids the opportunity to achieve personal empowerment through rugby. One of the most

Looking Back at 2021

Happy New Year 2022! With this newsletter, we would like to wish every one of you a year filled with good health and happiness! The year 2021 was still a challenge for our Vocational Training Center (VTC). We decided in June to reopen all of the classes, giving priority to former students who were forced

ANZA RECENT COMMENT RE HEESU CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

In 2017-2018 ANZA together with Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF) funded the renovation of bathrooms at Heesu to make the facility wheelchair accessible. We also supported building extension work and saw to its completion. While we ( ANZA ) no longer provide financial support to Heesu on a regular basis, we still keep regular contact

STUNTING Kader Training and the Power of Posyandu

We were pleased to see this TV Report on the Indonesian Problem in relation to Stunting . It shows that the Government is supportive to address the problem.  The Foundation is in contact with selected Yayasans to introduce the project to their staff. Unfortunately due to Corona Virus progress has been delayed except for YUM

PHMF Steps Up to Fund 5,000 Smart Charts to Fight Stunting

Childhood stunting has recently garnered national attention, with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo elevating the issue to a national priority, and targeting a drop in stunting prevalence to 14% by 2024. More than 9 million children under 5 are stunted, and 54% of Indonesia’s workforce is stunted. Stunting is the impaired growth and development a child
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