Category: Projects


SUPPLEMENTARY ENGLISH CLASS

supplementary English classThis project is a volunteering program in which Indonesians Hope has been helping the kids to learn English as the preparation for their National exam. There are 6 third grades of senior high school students participating in the program. However, we also give general English class for the rest orphaned kids in Ar Rohman orphanage. Therefore, the total students participating in the program are 16 students.

The program has been started on the early of January and will be ended up on the early of March. For the program, we teach the kids every Sunday morning for about 2 hours. We do hope that little thing that we do can help them to be better.

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LIFE SKILL TRAINING

LIVING SKILL TRAINING PROJECT

 

The life skill training project is a free training that will be given to 14 kids in “Ar Rohman” orphanage, Malang, Indonesia. Those 14 kids chosen are those who are in the senior high school ages. Those kids are chosen as we want to prepare them to be ready for affording their own needs. The orphanage is only able to help the kids for their school tuition fee until senior high school. Therefore, after they graduate from senior high school, they have to be ready for their own living. Responding to that, we then plan life skill training program for those kids. The program is purposed to enable the kids with some life skills, for instance: sewing (making clothes), crafting, making handkerchief (necklace, bracelet or brooch), and screen painting. As the continuation for the project, Indonesians Hope will also help the kids to be able to sell their products that later on they can be independent in pursuing their education and life, and in turn they can also make betterment and changes for their orphanage.

If you are willing to help, you can help us by:

  • donating certain amount of money for the program as we do not have any donors for the program yet
  • volunteering on the program by giving a training about making a certain kind of product
  • helping us in selling the kids’ product to be then given back to the kids for their dependent living sustainability

MINI LIBRARY

MINI LIBRARY

For the 2nd program, Indonesianshope choose to have a different orphanage as we want to spread our more impacts to the wider community. We have been succesful to create a learning spot with a mini library in Miftahul Huda orphanage in Pakis, Malang, Indonesia, as well as to teach the kids there to read and learn English. Therefore, we would like to have the similar program in the different place that needs the same helps.

Mini Library project will be held in “Ar Rohman” orphanage in Buring, Malang, East Java – Indonesia. We will provide a learning spot that can be used as mini library as well. We have conducted an observation in this orphanage and decided that this orphanage needs helps. The orphanage is still newly built so that it is still lack of facilities, besides its location is far away from the center of the city so that it does not really have attention and helps from the government.

The goal of the project is to provide learning sources and reading for the orphaned kids there. This mini library is planned being ready to be used by the end of November 2012.

Please participate in the program by donating your books (can be new or used one).
The kids are on the elementary and secondary schools. Besides, you can also donate your used clothes and or money.
Here are the overview of the orphanage as the result of our observation:

AR-ROHMAN orphanage

AR-ROHMAN orphanage

Observing the location for the mini library

Observing the location for the mini library

The rooms for the orphaned kids

The rooms for the orphaned kids

The way to the orphanage

The way to the orphanage

GET ORPHANED KIDS TO READ

This project is a volunteering program for 10 orphaned kids in Malang, Indonesia. This program will help kids to learn reading simple English text books and understand the content. Besides, it will also serve the kids with some English text books for their learning sources.

The goal of this project is to help 10 orphaned kids to be able to read and understand simplified English texts by the end of August 2012.

The goal toward kids’ reading ability is that at the end of the program kids are projected to be able to:

  1. pronounce simple English vocabularies well
  2. have good intonation and pauses in reading English texts
  3. understand the content of the text read, that is shown by their ability in answering the questions asked.

Furthermore, this project is objected to train 10 orphanage kids to read and understand English texts, besides to provide English text books for their learning sources