Priscilla HallPriscilla Hall was tragically killed in a plane accident at Lake Lido, south of Jakarta on June 20th, 2004. Priscilla's lifelong affinity for people extended into helping disadvantaged children. The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation is a not-for-profit, charitable fund that aims to help underprivileged children in Indonesia. Read more...
It’s the fourth year the Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF) has supported YUM’s activities. The progress is better and better each year and YUM is able to accommodate more and more youth in Cipanas to gain skills to support their own life and minimize the cycle of poverty in future. The promotion and socialization activities
The Foundation was able to fund  the transportation and fitting of these individually designed wheelchairs which were funded by the Australian Embassy DAP fund. Look at the photos of the three wheelchairs and their happy recipients who  are now mobile and can enjoy being out and about under the care of YAYASAN SAYAP IBU .
  RAWANALA was an early project for the Foundation. We supplied a trampoline , partnered in painting the building & establishing the  Audio room . It is a joy to listen to the BAND playing. We are pleased to have been invited by ANZA to co-sponsor this outing with The Australian Embassy   Rawinala Band went on a trip to
The best way to learn a language, including English, is to practise with a native speaker. The English class at PHMF-YUM Vocational Training Centre in Cipanas provides many opportunities for their students to do so, thanks to the ability to leverage off the YUM Edutourism program. Under the edutourism program, International School students visiting YUM’s
  YUM-PHMF VTC offers 3 optional subjects for computer classes such as Microsoft Office, Design and Hardware. The students can choose which class interests them to study and will help them in finding a job. Before enrolling in an English class, the students must follow a placement test. It helps the students to learn and
We’ve probably all realized that the working world is getting more competitive, requiring a person with an updated set of skills. That is why a second  Vocational Training Centre is being established in Bali to give the opportunity to students from disadvantaged and destitute families to learn and update their skills in order to more easily get
The Orphanage was visited in December 2015. Noticeable improvements had occurred for the benefit of the girls education. During the visit we were shown a empty book case that needed funding. It took some time to find a children’s book supplier & then suitable books had to be selected . With the assistance of our friends
With the support of the Pricilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF), YUM is able to continue giving the opportunity to students from disadvantaged and destitute families to learn at the YUM-PHMF Vocational training Centre (VTC). More than 10 schools were visited by the VTC team in Cipanas area for the promotion and socialization about the courses.
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