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Students Practice Their English Through Interactive Conversations

An expert once said that to master a language, you must take risks and speak the language whenever you can. In our English classes at the YUM VTC, we focus on encouraging our students to speak. The class emphasizes daily conversation as part of their preparation for employment. Prior to the pandemic, we often had

Indonesia is a Country of Hugh CONTRASTS

The Foundation recently received this report from Harapan Project Unfortunately, Indonesia is a country of huge contrasts, depending on the province where we are located. This contrast can be seen not only in the economy of the local population but also in the fields of education and health care.  Indonesia is divided in provinces, with

The Importance of Posyandu in Stunting Prevention

The Foundation is a 2022 sponsor & will continue in 2023 to support YUM who, as you read this report will appreciate, YUM has established a pilot program that other Yayasans could consider to reduce stunting in their areas of focus. In recent years, YUM has recognized the crucial role of supporting community-run Posyandu (Integrated

Computer Class for Young Learners

Time flies! We are already nearing the end of the first semester of the year of 2022! At the beginning of the year, we found out that local schools were facing difficulties in implementing a new program that was launched by the Indonesian Education Ministry. The purpose of the program is to diagnose the learning

Turning Kader Into Community Leaders

For close to a year now, with the help of many donors including the Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation, YUM has been supporting and training 125 volunteer health workers (or better known as “kader” in Bahasa Indonesia) from 24 Integrated Health Posts (or “Posyandu”) in 8 villages in the sub-district of Cianjur (West Java). Training is

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
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