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LASTRI AND KAMU’S COMPUTER STORIES

Since the beginning of the year, many secondary students enrolled in our courses.  Some of them came by themselves or were accompanied by either friends or parents. We are very pleased more number of people are increasingly becoming aware about the importance of using technology, especially computers.  This is also supported by the Indonesian government

YUNI AND HAFIZ TALK ABOUT THE COMPUTER CLASS

Below are the stories from Yuni and Hafiz, students of the YUM VTC Computer class. Yuni is one of YUM’s sponsorship beneficiaries; she has been supported by YUM since she was in primary school. YUM’s sponsorship program is aimed to provide families with financial support to cover the children’s education cost. It covers school books,

YUM’S “BOX OF BOOKS” PROGRAM – INSPIRED BY PHMF IN 2009!

“Books are a window to the world” is a phrase that has true meaning: by reading a book, you will broaden your perspective on the world. You will have lots of new information, expanding your point of view and have more understanding about what is going on around you. There is no doubt that books

NENENG PAST STUDENT VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

My name is Neneng. My parents work as the Villa keepers, the owner of the building lives in Jakarta. Their salaries are very low and depend on the commission. I am the third children form 7 siblings. My bigger siblings are Elementary School graduated and my younger siblings are elementary school students. I was myself 

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE SEWING CLASS

 As equally important to holding courses for school children are the adult sewing courses to assist the Mothers to earn income .This is a special storey thanks  to Whitney Riley, from Stitched handbag company, for showcasing and selling her creations at the Wardrobe store in Houston, Texas! Whitney works… with our beneficiaries from Cipanas, teaching them

ANDI SAEFUL ZAMAN

  Andi had the opportunity of attending the PHMF Vocational Training Centre at Cipanas. After his final school year he secured a part time job in the YUM library at Cipanas .We were able to assist with a contribution to pay for his IT course.  His recent  letter reflects that he is a  worthy of a number of donors
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