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...
Edi Unggara the English teacher at PHMF training center receives training from an international teacher Sheena who is an Indonesian English teacher  and has resided in Bali for many years  Sheena is sharing her years of experience with Edi twice weekly until the new classes begin   
As Mt Agung gently returns to sleep the local farmer and families return to resume their normal life  The next semester of classes begins April 30 2018 at the PHMF vocational training centre Seloni Bali and many student eagerly register for their chance at becoming adapt at Conversational English and computers.   Acquiring these skills
Emma, a childhood friend of Priscilla’s, (and family friend still today) was working on illustrations for a book ‘Lily Fabourama Glamourama’ the night of Priscilla’s accident. Emma was determined that one day she would work out how to best contribute to the work of the Foundation. ‘Priscilla Fabourama Glamourama’ is that contribution. Emma is an
November 2017, Foundation for Mother and Childs Health (FMCH) Indonesia in partnership with Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF) have been successfully conducting training in Reproductive Health and have delivered washable menstruation pads to 109 female students in Junior High School at Sunu Village, West Timor. The training was fun and all the participants were very
The YUM Vocational Training Center has been supported by Priscilla Hall Memorial Fund since 2012. With approximately 450 students attending each year, the training provides free training in English, Computer and Sewing. This video shares details of the VTC operation and local area and highlights the benefit of further education . The video was made
  The PHMF was approached early 2016 by Yass Rotarian Scott Bourke looking for a Indonesian project. The Foundation was building a classroom that would need computers purchased & installed. Result the Yass Interact Club arrived late 2017 & installed the computers. HERE IS THE REPORT OF THEIR 2018 RETURN TRIP The team arrived safely

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