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Early Learning and Character-Building

Education Focus It is a well established fact that the most important years of learning begin at birth and continue through age five. During these early years, a child is capable of absorbing more information than at any other stage of development. Early learning is important for a child’s long-term learning and development. Family Care Indonesia places a special emphasis on early learning and character building through conducting early learning seminars for teachers and parents alike. Along with seminars, Family Care Indonesia offers a variety of educational and character-building materials which include children's character-building VCDs and fun packed Activity books along with a teacher’s manual explaining how to use the program. Our recent seminars for preschool teachers from PAUD (Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini) groups, which provide free education for pre-school and kindergarten age children from low income families, and which are utilizing our educational and character-building materials have been very successful. We plan to continue this seminar program in needy school districts throughout Indonesia including Jakarta. We plan to continue developing our early learning program in order to further our character-building and educational goals.

Presentation at Binus

Presentation at Binus

Family Care Indonesia Member Gary did several presentations this month with the students at Binus International School, Serpong on the concept of being thankful for their blessings and realizing that we all have many blessings from God that place us in a higher position than many other of the world’s children. After appreciating their position of privilege they also find themselves in a position to give and help the less fortunate. The response was overwhelming as the children saw the need to reach out and help others.

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English for Home-school Kids

English for Home-school Kids

Family Care Indonesia members recently volunteered at a non-formal school that provides education for the National Diploma for homeschooling students, Sekolah Alfa Alhusna. Each one wants to learn more English to pass their National Exams and to more easily achieve their future dreams.

Lampung

Lampung

This month Albert and Andre visited the province of Lampung and to continue their recent effort to aid with Indonesian schools acquiring the STEPS Character Building. These kits will be used for the school's character building curriculums.

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School Books for Students on Timor Island

School Books for Students on Timor Island Family Care Indonesia volunteers Nicolas and Joseph distributed 6,000 elementary and junior high school level student workbooks for schools in Kupang and Baun.

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Samaritania School – Bali

Samaritania School – Bali

In July, Family Care Indonesia volunteers Terry, Abi and Issy visited the Samaritania School in Bali. They had a fun time with the children singing songs, doing activities, and having a fingers puppet story. At the end of the visit, the volunteers distributed snacks and vitamins for the children.

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Lampung Province

Lampung Province

On a recent trip to Lampung Province, Marc and Lilian from Family Care Indonesia delivered sponsored educational books to Panti Asuhan Miftahul Jannah.

Medical Mission in Palu Sulawesi

Medical Mission in Palu Sulawesi

Family Care Indonesia member Angel joined with friend Yashinta and a team of doctors, midwives and dentists to give free medical treatment and medication to four villages in remote areas around Palu, Sulawesi.

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PAUD Character Building Seminars in Kulon Progo

PAUD Character Building Seminars in Kulon Progo

Family Care Indonesia volunteers brought another training seminar to 10 Pilot Project PAUD schools in Kulon Progo, Jogjakarta as well as 6 more PAUD schools from the Boro Asri area. Each of the 16 schools received the new STEPS Character Building Kits in Indonesian!

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School Visits in Atambua

School Visits in Atambua

Esther and 3 other Family Care Indonesia volunteers have visited Atambua NTT twice this year focusing on the distribution of toys and other needed items at schools and to a remote village.

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60,000 Donated School Books Distributed in Schools Throughout Indonesia

60,000 Donated School Books Distributed in Schools Throughout Indonesia

Family Care Indonesia volunteers have been distributing school books to schools across Indonesia including Atambua and Kupang on Timor Island; Ruteng, Ende and Reo, Flores Island; Palu, Sulawesi; Bogor, Marunda and Pulau, Sembilangan; Sukabumi, Cibadak and the greater Jakarta area.

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