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MT AGUNG BALI. RECENT INSPECTION ASSESSMENT

With Agung being a little quieter we went for a mountain bike ride in the area (but still outside the exclusion zone). Astounded to see the level of destruction… caused by lahar flows and heavy rain. Lots of village roads washed away in many locations, marigold fields abandoned as a result and farmers struggling with

PRISCILLA HALL EDUCATION BALI MT AGUNG UPDATE

We have just received this report form Ray Bishop from Rumah Sehat that administers the Medical Clinic & the Priscilla Education Centre ( PEC )  The last PEC September course finished on the 5 December  we have decided not to start again until we get some relief from the volcano MT AGUNG.  We are not laying off

YUM COMPUTER COURSES A VIDEO TESTIMONIAL

Indra, a Vocational High School student majoring in accounting, aspires to work in a Bank. So he is following the Computer Course at YUM VTC to develop his knowledge about the computer skills, since it’s the basic requirement to get into the working environment. Thanks to the generous support Priscilla Hall Memorial-Foundation, YUM can open the

OUR COMMITTED STUDENTS REACH SATISFACTORY GRADES

This term there have been some challenges for the VTC computer class in Cipanas. One of those challenges was that the VTC classes started during the month of Ramadhan, where it is the custom for Indonesians to spend more time with family and return to their hometown. This caused the number of students signed up

PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE EAST BALI CLOSED DUE TO MT AGUNG VOLCANO

Bali has been on the edge in recent weeks. The threat level from the Mt Agung Volcano was raised to MAXIMUM and hundreds of volcanic EARTHQUAKES BEGAN TO RATTLE THE AREA ON A DAILY BASIS. The PEC classroom is part of the RUMAH SEHAT CLINIC facility which is now a evacuee center. The PEC was established

PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE STUDENTS SUPPORT ROTARY WHEEL CHAIR PROGRAM

In addition to being taught Computer & English Skills the Students had the opportunity to assist others by being part of the Rotary wheel chair program  for people with disabilities around the area  of PHMF School. Rotarian Ray Bishop commented that the students were happy with this activity  because they could  learn  about  social life in that we need to care
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