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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

A Healthy Baby Thanks to PHMF’s Support

Entering the second year of Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation’s support of YUM’s health project, we are now seeing positive results of the work that’s being done on the field. One success story is that of a young mother called Fina (not her real name). Fina joined the Integrated Community Health Post (Posyandu) after her first-month

YUM-VTC Slowly Reopens to Youth in Cipanas

After being closed for more than a year, the YUM-VTC in Cipanas is slowly reopening its classes. We started to promote the classes in April and by the end of May, we had 30 students signed up for the computer class. The session will run with strict Covid-19 prevention protocols. Every student, tutor, and VTC

International Read To Me! Day 2021 at YUM Cipanas

This year,  YUM’s Early Childhood Learning Centre and Tutoring & Remedial Class participated in the International Read To Me! Day. The event was conducted in two places; in YUM’s library and in the students’ homes. In the library, 22 children were excited by the books read to them by Miss Desi and Miss Heti (YUM’s

Graduation of Our English Class Students

In March 2021, the Vocational Training Centre (VTC) completed the English classes by granting students with certificates of participation. The certificates were given to the students as an appreciation of their commitment to complete the chosen session from the modules even though they were unable to fully attend all their classes. We understand their difficulties
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