Life Skills for Bantul Women of Earthquake Victims

by Centre for Community Development Studies (PUSPEM)
Mar 4, 2011

New skills for poor women

Program life skills (life skills) is an excellent program that we provide for mothers/ widowed earthquake victims in Bantul Yogyakarta. Unfortunately the program does not have enough budget to carry out all activities that exist in this project so that programs can only carry out some programs.
Bu sri said that at this time there are many mothers very interested in learning to make batik stone, but due to budget constraints, the program can not be fully implemented because it requires some sewing machines, materials and other equipment.
We still hope to donors to continue to provide assistance and attention so that this program can continue implemented. Thanks to GlobalGiving and donors who have provided assistance.


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Centre for Community Development Studies (PUSPEM)

Location: Bogor, West Java - Indonesia
Website: http:/​/​
Centre for Community Development Studies (PUSPEM)
Project Leader:
Andi Asriadi Rauf
Leader of Puspem Foundation
Bogor, West Java Indonesia

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