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WHO ARE FOOD PLANT SOLUTIONS

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

FOOD PLANT SOLUTIONS ARRIVES IN 2015

 The PHMF has been working since December 2013 to bring Food Plant Solutions ( FPS )  information to Indonesia in 2015 because Traditional and emergency responses to the problem in the human population have failed to come up with permanent solutions to the problem.  In developing countries, seven million children die each year from malnutrition.An

PHMF – YUM VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

   The Foundation has seen a wonderful  benefit in sponsoring The VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE at Cipanas as it  assists so many  Children . Other important projects are also organised by Yayasan Usaha Mulia ( YUM ) and a excellent VIDEO has been produced & we recommend your viewing of THE VIDEO to see these projects ..  YUM welcome Volunteers and details

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE SEWING CLASS

 As equally important to holding courses for school children are the adult sewing courses to assist the Mothers to earn income .This is a special storey thanks  to Whitney Riley, from Stitched handbag company, for showcasing and selling her creations at the Wardrobe store in Houston, Texas! Whitney works… with our beneficiaries from Cipanas, teaching them

ANDI SAEFUL ZAMAN

  Andi had the opportunity of attending the PHMF Vocational Training Centre at Cipanas. After his final school year he secured a part time job in the YUM library at Cipanas .We were able to assist with a contribution to pay for his IT course.  His recent  letter reflects that he is a  worthy of a number of donors

PHMF VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE Report.

 The sixth term of the Vocational Training Centre (VTC) started on January 20th, 2014 with 180 registered students. We opened 10 classes consisting of 4 English Classes, 5 Computer Classes and 1 Sewing Class. We had not had a  Hospitality Class this term, because our schedule for this class did not match with the schedule
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