Life Skills for Bantul Women of Earthquake Victims

 
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Dec 22, 2009

Life Skills for Bantul Women and Children of Earthquake Victims

Dear the Global Giving Donors

We hope you all are always be fine.

Thank for your continued support and interest in PUSPEM Foundation.

Life skills for women and children created to help mothers and children of earthquake victims in Bantul, province Yogyakarta.

This program providing skill such as; 1. Learn of sew 2. Learning printing / screen printing as printed invitations, banners, printed books, etc. 3. Learning to bake 4. Learning business management / accounting for mothers 5. Learning marketing product 6. Free computer course for children 7. Learn of English language for children

Also in this program will give venture capital for mothers so they can start a new business or expand their business.

We expect the donors to continue to provide assistance so that this program can continue.

Again, we wish you many thanks for all your help and attention and We wish You a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Best regards,

PUSPEM Foundation Team


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Oct 29, 2009

Life skills for women

Life skills program for adult women & life skills program for children

There are 2 programs that are implemented in this programs; 1. Life skills program for adult women. Life skills program for adult women are specially trained to sew, bake training, business management training, and venture capital assistance.

2.Program life skills for children. In the life skills program for children provided the material is; training to operate computer and English language training as well.

Constraints 1. The place to learn the inadequate become obstacles in this program 2. Donations for this program is very small so that this program running as it is

Expectations and feedback We expect to the donors to provide funding support so that this program can continue, because this program very help local communities especially for women and children of earthquake victims in Bantul province yogyakarta.

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Sep 1, 2009

Project update 2113 "Growth Program Life Skills for Children In Bantul Yogyakarta"

Growth Program Life Skills for Children In Bantul Yogyakarta

Program that executed by Puspem Foundation up to now get positive response from society Kanten village, Imogiri, Bantul, Yogyakarta. That thing marked because growth of child knowledge in area of English language, Mathematics, Natural sciences growing mounts seen from value each in school. Also children that have been learn in TPA experience of quite significant improvement, the average of child has been bright read Latin letter. Growth that either from children make society very hope if this program can continue accordance with child growth it self. In order to that's Puspem executes program, for example: (i) Purchasing of lesson books that related to child uplifting of skill; (ii) Purchasing of religion schoolbook in order to enter Holy Moon Ramadhan. This condition are conducted to help old fellow to educate children, improve child knowledge to some skills that related with child [the] future it self, instruct children to be more skillful to one membership area, children learn only at one place until easy controlled by their teacher and old fellow. Positive response that given society to program that executed is appreciation that must answered to in positive by Puspem. That is why this program must can be defended and executed in routine in order to educate children and uplift skill child to one membership area. We expect to GlobalGiving and the donors remain to give support that required in continuing this program.

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May 23, 2009

Extracurricular Lesson Program and Life Skills for Children of Earthquake Victim

1. Constraint and Problems As a whole free education program for children of earthquake victim in Bantul, Yogyakarta that is being executed since December 2006 until now not experience of constraint and problem. Even positive responds from citizen’s growing breathe life in toes for PUSPEM to continue the programs help families of earthquake victims in Bantul, Yogyakarta. The Other things, with program life skills that not walk with effective because supportive fund inexistence to continue this program. Nevertheless this program life skill in the future is expected can walk properly with fund support from donors GlobalGiving. 2. Result and Benefits 1. Improve spirit learn and ability comprehends lesson matter school each student 2. Stimulate ability thinking about effort develop lesson matter that taught by teacher to educate, until facilitate do problems 3. Children are educated very trained on how to discuss and ask lesson matter that not understood, until there is circumstantial understanding can help under consideration matter in common in school 4. Student Family (refugee of earthquake victim) feel very helped with implementation of this free education program, because children are educated that will sit in class bench III needn't again follows supervise learn on site courses that require expense that relative cost dear 5. This free Education program very helps children will educate until no longer trapped in earthquake trauma and tsunami, even also inch by inch will invite children will educate in order to its idea more focuses at its [the] future by it self that is very being base on its ability this time

3. Follow-up Program Free education program Execution (extracurricular lesson) and life skill for children in Bantul Yogyakarta [it is true] confessed many parties, that this program very gives benefit for society of earthquake victims specially for children, because of this program besides give free education to lighten old fellow burden, also slow educate children are referred [as] trapped in endless trauma. For that, on behalf of society of earthquake victim in Bantul, Yogyakarta requests to GlobalGiving for remain to support this program.

4. Budget

a. Teacher salary 2 people x 500,000 = 1,000,000 ( $ 100 ) b. Guide book supervise learns = 100,000 ( $ 10 ) c. Place rent learns for 3 months x 250,000 = 750,000 ( $ 75 ) d. Monitoring, evaluation and reporting = ( $ 10 ) Total = $ 195

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Feb 12, 2009

Project update 2113

Life Skills for Java Women’s of Earthquake Victims.

Earthquake that has knocked over Yogyakarta and its surroundings 2 year ago not even swallow soul victim but also destroy their house and good and chattel until as a consequence increase impecunious resident amount. Aid from international donors that minim make us to continue cope conduct efforts in order to help them especially for clan of widow mothers that has loosed husband and also children.

This Program is assumed of vital importance because mothers very requires kinds of expected skill later can help their family in opening new effort or become employees in several company that need skilled man power.

Besides mothers that given skill also age children 8 s/d 15 year will be given skill like learn operate computer, learn English language conversation, and some elementary skills will be given to them.

This Program will in the countryside Kebon Agung, Countryside Karang Talun, district Imogiri sub-province Bantul, Province Yogyakarta

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Project Leader

Andi Asriadi Rauf

Leader of Puspem Foundation
Bogor, West Java Indonesia

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Map of Life Skills for Bantul Women of Earthquake Victims