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In October 2015 we shared the news that class rooms were being build . It was great in December for Don Hall to visit on site & see the progress as per the photos . This year it appears the wet season has not arrived .Good news for builders & Bali Tourists BUT not for

Mama Sayang new COACH has arrived .

    We would like to share recent photos we received of the new Coach at Mama Sayang . Full details of this Fund Raiser appeared in a April newsletter .  This excellent transport will allow the children to Travel in safety as well as expanding the opportunity to visit & experience Indonesian culturally events.


  Please consider the information below and we ask that you share it on your Facebook timeline. We wish to distribute the above to interested people / organisations who can assist and encourage home gardens to grow nutritional plants that will improve the health of families, in particular Indonesian Mothers & Children. The information


THE FOUNDATION has been partnered with FPS since December 2013 to assist in bringing their program to INDONESIA . Here is their story :  Following the visit of a Burnie-based agricultural scientist, Bruce French, to Devonport North Rotary Club on the topic ‘Feeding a Hungry World’ on November 3rd, 2005, the ‘Food Plant Solutions’ project

Glen Innes NSW Australia Rotarian visits Mama Sayang

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

Rotary Exchange Student Esteriana Ekawati

I just want to say thank you to PHMF and RC Glen Innes for making my dreams come true. Coming to Australia is the biggest thing in my life and I am very grateful.I’ve got big value in Australia, such as learning different culture, improving my English, sharing my culture, teaching Indonesian a little bit, public
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