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Support to our VTC students during COVID-19

Since the government mandated closure and cancellation of all facilities and activities involving small or large gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have complied to do the same with all of YUM’s projects for the safety of our students. However YUM continues to be committed to serving the communities in both West Java and Central

COMPUTER CLUB FOR THE YOUNG LEARNERS

One of the activities at YUM’s Community Library in Cipanas related to the 21st century skill preparation is the quintessential Computer Club. The aim is to introduce the use of computers for children from an early age. The lesson began from learning how to switch on & off the computer, typing, getting familiar with hardware,

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

BALARENIK BOGAR OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING

  Don Hall visiting from Australia was with committee member David Adams able to attend the opening of a major Foundation project . This is a storey told more by photos. The quest list covered not only ANZA but key Government Representatives from Jakarta & the District. This highlighted the benefit & importance the project

HOW TO RESEARCH A PROJECT eg. BALARENIK BOGOR

  The Foundation since 2005 has partnered on many projects with ANZA to make a difference. A committee member in this case David Adams does a report. Here is David’s report completed some time OK. Yayasan Balarenik is a community based organization and was established on 18 December 2000 by a group of social workers.

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
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