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Day for Girls in Timor Leste Refugee Camp in Nulle Village, West Timor, Indonesia

On the 4th and 12th June 2021, Day for Girls hosted events in the refugee tent of Timor Leste in Nulle Village. The activity started with education about adolescent reproductive health and sexually transmitted disease aimed at improving awareness of the importance of maintaining reproductive health for girls and reproductive women in refugee tent. The

Days for Girls in Kobekaka High School, West Timor, Indonesia

FMCH Indonesia’s DfG activity at Kobekaka Junior High School had already been orgainsed with the principal back in January 2021. However, the activity could take place because of COVID-19 restriction in the village permission was only recently granted to hold the activity in Tuesday, 11 May 2021. Kobekaka High School was chosen due to the

FMCH INDONESIA DISTRIBUTE FIVE HUNDRED CLOTH MASKS TO THE EAST INDONESIA

The distribution of cloth masks and hygiene packages would not be possible if not for the support of the Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation. FMCH Indonesia would like to thank The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation  for continuing supporting our programs. The spread of the Coronavirus has reached all provinces in Indonesia, including East Nusa Tenggara Province.

Counselling The Importance of Maintaining Female Hygiene for Girls Students in Swadaya Kualeu Private Middle School, NTT

The female area is a sensitive and vital part for every woman. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to cleanliness in this intimate area. Poor hygiene area of women, will trigger various problems including infection. FMCH Indonesia, also concerned about the health and hygiene of womanhood, then on March 14, 2020, FMCH conducted an

Feminine Hygiene Counseling for Posyandu Mothers in Lanu Village, NTT

On March 5, 2020, the Foundation for Mother and Child Health (FMCH) Indonesia distributed 48 packages of Environmentally Friendly Sanitary Napkins from Days for Girls (DfG) to Posyandu mothers in Lanu Village. In addition, the DfG Trainer from FMCH Indonesia also provided counselling on the importance of Feminine Hygiene, due to the lack of knowledge

HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROJECT—DAYS FOR GIRLS

Today      DISTRIBUTED 80 TO DATE 200 Days for Girls program. We gave 80 kits with organic panty liners and gave education regarding menstruation, reproductive system and sexually transmitted diseases. Thank you so much to Days for Girls Australia and Priscilla Hall Foundation for your help.   Harapan Sumbawa Project . Hari ini program
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