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Celebrating “Read to Me!” Day at Dharmais Hospital, Jakarta

Sadly Dharmais hospital in Jakarta went on lockdown recently due to COVID-19. Only patients and parents are allowed to enter. However before the lockdown Yayasan Mari Cintai Kanak Kanak volunteer, Mrs Tini, celebrated international “Read to Me!” day together with some of the children by reading to them their favourite stories. Doctors at Dharmais hospital

Children’s Music at MKGR

The Australia & New Zealand (ANZA) Social Welfare Committee was visited by Don Hall last month and he heard how the students at MKGR Elementary School needed pianikas for their music learning program so he kindly pledged 32 units to be donated by PHMF, enough for the whole class to take part all together.  There

Rawinala Flood Recovery

On the 1st of January Jakarta experienced torrential rain which resulted in widespread flooding in the city. Rawinala was flooded by about 75 cm of water which came up from the drains. Rawinala is a school for pupils who are blind and have multiple disabilities. Fortunately most of the boarders were at home for the

Yayasan Pendidikan Dwituna Rawinala JAKARTA

In January Erica & I were able to spend a morning at Rawanala to speak with the Board & Staff. Bought back memories of the work my Rotary Club & The Foundation had done in the 2009 period. But sad to see the challenge ahead after the flood. The band is a favourite  & it

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

PHMF ‘wraps’ young cancer patients at Dharmais Hospital with love

Ibu Fatini Bong, a volunteer with Yayasan Mari Cintai Kanak Kanak (Let’s Love the Children) was delighted to receive ‘wraps with love’ from Don Hall/PHMF.  The beautifully handmade wraps will be given to young cancer patients during their stay at Dharmais Hospital, Jakarta.  Often when receiving chemotherapy treatment, children may run a fever causing them
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