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THREE MAMA SAYANG PLAYERS SELECTED TO REPRESENT INDONESIAN RUGBY UNION

The Foundation and Britcham support annually up to 22 girls from Mama Sayang Orphanage to play with the Jakarta Komodos Junior Rugby Club whose girls team recently won the Grand Final at the Nusantara 7’s Tournament . Three Mama Sayang players from this tournament have  now been selected to play in Singapore . This will be

HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROYEK Report by Carlos Ferrandiz

The Foundation is pleased to be working with Carlos with our Food Plant Solution & Solar Light program .Their Facebook reflects the good work that is being achieved .This report reflects the needs. A.- General information about Indonesia :Indonesia is a country that has been seriously affected economically and socially during the latest years by

MAMA SAYANG GIRLS RUGBY

The Mama Sayang girls continue playing with great enthusiasm the game they love being Rugby Football . Their Club is the Jakarta Komodos Junior Rugby . The team trains regularly under their Senior Coach Steve Barber . On Saturday the 27Th February at Nusantaro Polo Club Jagorawi a major Rugby Tournament is being held . The

NURUL HADAA NEW SCHOOL DESKS

The Nurul Hadaa school is located at Sunda Kelapa, North Jakarta .  This was a new project for ANZA & The Foundation was invited to join. The school is 2 stories (with a fenced open area on top) in a very built up area that is is subject to flooding.  They had recently had help to increase the height

ABDUL HARIS PAST STUDENT VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

My name is Haris, I come from disadvantages family, my father is a farmer labor and my mother is a housewife. I am the fifth children from 11 siblings. My bigger siblings are elementary school graduated; meanwhile my little siblings are still in school.Since Junior Highs School, I stay in orphanage house, Al-Furqon in Cipanas.

GLEN INNES LADIES VOLUNTEER TO ASSIST BALI CRISIS CARE

Frances Hall on seeing the Bali Crisis Care WISH LIST decided to knit wraps for the new born babies . She was soon joined by friends Judy & Heather . Don & Frances will deliver the wraps in December while on a Rotary Australian World Community Project for Rotarians in Action Food Plant Solution project
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