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THE LATEST NEWS OF YUM VTC COMPUTER CLASS!

Promotion and socialization activities for the Computer classes started back in January. The VTC staff together with the tutors promoted the course to 6 different schools in the area. Promotions included powerpoint presentation and testimonial videos from VTC’s alumni. Unfortunately, not every school gave us permission to present about the courses, mostly because the schools

Mr. Don Hall visits YUM’s Head Office in Jakarta

On Monday, 29 July 2019, YUM had the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Don Hall to the YUM Head Office in Jakarta. This was his second visit to our office as he usually goes to our projects in Cipanas, West Java. We are so grateful that during his holiday in Indonesia, he made time to meet

HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROJECT DAYS FOR GIRLS – VILLAGE OF RASABOU

The DfG Kit is A Days for Girls’ washable pad, which comes in a variety of combinations. All DfG Kits include an absorbent fabric liner and a waterproof shield. DfG Kits range from the DfG Supreme Kit (8 liners, 2 shields, 2 plastic bags, 1 cloth bag, 2 pairs of panties, 1 bar of soap,

KEEP PRECIOUS AND BE ACTIVE, GIRLS!

FMCH Indonesia has again conducted education related to health rights especially for women through the Days for Girls program together with the Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation. This time, the participants were girls students of Ayofanu Middle School and Vocational School, Kie District, Timur Tengah Selatan Regency, East Nusa Tenggara. A total of 53 girls and

YAYASAN HARAPAN SUMBA — DAYS for GIRLS FIRST DISTRIBUTION

The Foundations DfG partners in West Timor are FMCH who have the slogan  “GIRLS YOU ARE LOVABLE AND PRECIOUS”. We are delighted to hear from YHS that training & kits have been delivered to handicap girls with their friends in attendance. We would all agree this is a very special distribution.

GIRLS, YOU ARE LOVABLE AND PRECIOUS PART 2

Hi Girls, My name is Sarah. I am a new member of staff at Yayasan Balita Sehat Indonesia. I had been working at YBS for a month, when I was asked to accompany my Programme Manager, Ms. Helga Dyathen on a trip to West Timor. One of the activities I observed was the training of
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