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...
The Glen Innes Rotary Club are the Trustees for all funds raised in Australia .. On a recent visit to Jakarta Rotarian Graham & his wife Marj had the opportunity of visiting Mama Sayang where they were able to meet the Children .They were keen to see projects that their Club had funded . This
A big thank you to Indonesian Rugby Union in making the opportunity available to The Mama Sayang girls to play rugby .. Our committee member Rob Crowther with Alastair Mcleod introduced touch Rugby to the girls in 2005/6 . One of their tasks was the understanding of a forward pass as they had seen football
Our annual PHMF Golf Day could not proceed without the valuable help and contributions of our many sponsors. We would like to thank all our wonderful sponsors and partners.   Here’s a list of our sponsors Thank you Sonsors – PHMF 2012
Please read this field report from David a PHMF Volunteer that has lead to this project now being in operation . “One of the projects which ANZA has been supporting for several years is the Sayap Ibu home for doubly disabled (mentally and physically) children at Bintaro.  They have 30 kids who live in and help
Girls & Boys can benefit a great deal from playing sport to be healthy & occupied  in their spare time .. But a luxury for a orphanage .. Just prior to Christmas 2012 we donated funds to  Jodie O’Shea in Bali to purchase a Table Tennis Table , a Badminton Set and a Volleyball kit
Committee member David  participated in an emergency food drop to the Esti Bakti School with ANZA last week  after their road finally became passable. The PHMF helped this school (located on the way to the airport) several years ago in raising their playground (now well and truly under) and I visited them last year when they
The PHMF-VTC Computer Classes consisted of 7 classes including 2 Children Classes, 2 Basic Classes, 2 Intermediate Classes and 1 Advanced Class. These were taught by Bapak Rustam and Bapak Deden. In computer classes, students were taught how to use programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, Access, the Internet and also theory
The PHMF-VTC STUDENTS earn their Certificates due to following policy : From a total of 316 participants enrolled at the time of registration, only 250 participants were allowed to complete the final test. The others weren’t allowed to complete the test because they were absent on 3 consecutive days without providing any notice. After all the
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