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YAYASAN HARAPAN SUMBA

 The Foundation was able to assist Yayasan Harapan Sumba with the purchase of Airline tickets to Bali . We admire the work that is being done to help the people of Sumba . We share with you a recent comment on the current conditions. Since 2009 YHS has run a program that tries to help

A BUS DREAM BECAME A NEW COACH

 In December 2013 when Don Hall  from Australia  was visiting Mama Sayang the most pressing need was a replacement Bus . The Foundation had done major repairs in 2009 to keep the bus on the road but it was now doubtful how long it could be safely keep on the road . After discussions it

YAYASAN HARAPAN SUMBA

 The  Yayasan Harapan Sumba  and the Foundation have been assisting Darius from a REMOTE area of the Island of Sumba Indonesia . His storey first appeared in our Newsletter of August 2014 .This is a recent report:  As you I’m sure remember, we thought that little Darius would need an operation to straighten his slightly club-foot.  That didn’t happen

WHO ARE FOOD PLANT SOLUTIONS

THE FOUNDATION has been partnered with FPS since December 2013 to assist in bringing their program to INDONESIA . Here is their story :  Following the visit of a Burnie-based agricultural scientist, Bruce French, to Devonport North Rotary Club on the topic ‘Feeding a Hungry World’ on November 3rd, 2005, the ‘Food Plant Solutions’ project

JOE STUDENT AT RAWINALA

  Our disabled, developmentally delayed son Joe began at Rawinala as a three year old in an effort to open his world and provide a stimulating educational routine.Rawinala is one of a few special schools servicing visually impaired and developmentally delayed children of Jakarta. It specializes in educating the deaf blind. Signing and braille are

RAWINALA MEDIA ROOM

  The Foundation was introduced to Rawinala in 2005 by the Headifen family . Their son Joe was a student while the family lived in Jakarta .ANOTHER NEWS LETTER WILL FOLLOW THIS ONE . ” JOE A STUDENT AT RAWINALA ” When the Family returned to New Zealand knowing the need for a student’s Media Room they suggested a joint
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