Recovery and Education for Indonesian Children

 
$4,985
$169,521
Raised
Remaining
Apr 13, 2007

Progress report

Recovery and education for Indonesian Children Program is more to adjacent children out of school time, this activity means to fulfill children growth and protection right. Operationally, FTPI jump into post disaster location and involve with earthquake victim children. Some activities between January until March 2007 still focusing on children assistances to express their appreciation, it is very important thing because even the quake destroyed them most over last year ago, basically the children still feeling the trauma, even though not such as nearly after the quake.

Click the report below to read more and see photos of work with children after the earthquake!


Attachments:
Sep 21, 2006

September 2006 Report, Working with Children

We have been helping the children who were traumatized by the May 2006 Yogyakarta earthquake. By involving them in games and other fun activities, we help them recover from the trauma. Take a look at photos from our activities below.


Attachments:
Aug 7, 2006

Progress Report - July 2006


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Project Leader

Muslikhin Kusma

Ashoka Fellow
Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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