Rebuilding post-Cyclone: Healthy Villages for Children in West Timor (RAOAF)

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Child care center to be repaired
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Children need resources
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Summary:East Nusa Tenggara province (NTT) is the poorest province in Indonesia. Children's health is a central focus in rebuilding for healthy villages in West Timor.
Challenge:Raising funds to assist in getting this community back to normality.
Solution:We will assist Children to achieve their potentials by rebuilding safer houses to include floods protection, and protection against disease-carrying insects. We will improve Children's access to water and sanitation; and improve their nutrition by establishing food security via food gardens at homes and/or at schools. Pre-school education facilities will be improved with rebuilding and access to educational materials. Also, community-based integrated health posts "Posyandu" will receive assistance for child health services such as growth monitoring and health education to parents.
Long term impact:To create a community that can provide more from their own resources to cope with disaster such as this cyclone.
Sponsored by:Rotary Club of North Hobart, District 9830
Endorsed by:Rotary Club of Kupang Central, District 3420
Other Partners:Rotary Club of Kupang Central Kupang Central (District 3420) Hillarys (District 9455) Queanbeyan (District 9705)

Other details

Project number:75 of 2020-21
Manager:Dr Jenny Kerrison
(H) 03 6225 0083
(M) 0400 769 632
Deputy manager:Rtn Howie Oh
(M) 0419 593 957

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