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ESTER OUR ROTARY EXCHANGE STUDENT FROM INDONESIA 2012

The Foundation funded Ester’s Rotary Exchange when she was hosted by Glen Innes Rotarians & friends .We ( Frances & Don Hall ) are about to visit Jakarta & it will be nice to catch up with Ester who has just replied with some interesting news for her Australian  friends . I just had email

PRISCILLA JANE LYDIA HALL

Today, 15 years ago we lost Priscilla in an aircraft accident in Indonesia. Priscilla was a person who very much cared for others, enjoyed life, particularly her last few years in Indonesia It was natural that her family and friends formed the Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation. With the support of many the annual funds are

Now, I can make a simple financial report using Excel!

In January, the VTC Computer students finished their 3 months course.  During the last session before their final exam, the tutor, Mr. Ryan, ran a remedial session for the students. This session focused on revising the course content and ensuring that the students are properly equipped to sit their final exam. The students continually showed

TRASH HERO AMED VISIT STUDENTS AT PEC BALI

The PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE BALI students recently had a presentation from the Amed team TRASH HERO who clean Bali. They pick up the trash to keep the paradise. Together, week after week, step by step, they make a change that we want to see in the world. The PHMF is pleased to see the PEC being utilised for

Rumah Sehat English Academic & Computer Course

In August 2015 The Priscilla Hall Foundation had found an excellent location to establish a Vocational Training Centre in Bali at a existing Rotary Australia World Community Service project at Rumah Sehat . We would like to introduce to you one of our teachers I Wayan Putu Eka Riavana. I Wayan Putu Eka Riayana is

ASSISTING HOUSE of GRACE WITH NEW MAJOR PROJECT for WOMEN

Each year, between 40,000 to 70,000 people are human trafficked in Indonesia, with the majority ending up in sexual exploitation and forced prostitution. The average age is 12-14 years old when girls enter the sex industry and are sold for as little as 50,000 rupiah (approx$5). In response to this problem, the House of Grace
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