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JODIE OSHEA NEW CHILDREN AT ORPHANAGE

 The Foundation received this newsletter that The Jodie Oshea  had recently welcome many new children to Jodie O’Shea We would like to welcome all of them to their home As always each child has their own sad story and we hope to give them all a brighter future filled with love and laughter for many years.

MKGR SCHOOL BUILDING Completed

 Excellent to see a MAJOR school project complete . Our previous newsletters highlighted the conditions the school had struggled with for many years . We are pleased to be the major sponsor making a difference . A thank you to ANZA who were the project manager as well as their financial contribution with the Rotary Club

MKGR SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRESS

MKGR is a private school- which means a school for poor children whose families cannot afford Govt schooling or whose children are unable to enter due to residency issues or who haven’t passed relevant entry exams. The school is now run by a Yayasan- which is managed by the family of the original founder. The

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND ASSOCIATION —- ANZA

.The PHMF is grateful for our working relationship with ANZA which commenced in July 2004 .The ANZA Mission Statement is simiar to the Foundation ..Thank you ANZA for your continued support . ANZA Social Welfare – Making a Difference in Indonesia The ANZA Social Welfare Committee is made up of a group of local and

THE FOUNDATION ANNUALLY SUPPORTS YAYASAN CITRA BARU

Sponsorship commenced in 2005 after Don Hall made the first visit .. Sponsorship continues for  Paridah whose Emergency surgery was for a jaw reconstruction, PHMF were able to participate in a joint sponsorship of an emergency full jaw reconstruction for Paridah. So to all of those people who have supported PHMF over the last 9 years. Thank

MKGR Primary School

MKGR Primary school – Expansion project PHMF’s assistance to MKGR is part emergency and part capital funding.  The school in Kebon Jeruk is tiny and overflowing with students.  After a long process, they received government assistance to re-roof the existing 3 classrooms and a library and to provide a foundation for a further 3 classes
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