New Zealand Embassy Jakarta, Indonesia
From the Ambassador's blog: Helping Street Kids
One of the sad realities of big cities is that there are children living on the margins. But the upside is that there is often people wanting to help them. A generous donation of land by Susi Sabar in Pasir Angin, Cpiayaung, enabled Puspita to consider expanding last year with the development of a two storey 120m2 building that will host the Foundation’s “English Camp” activity. This will be a base for teaching English as well as practical skills.
A grant from the Embassy’s Head of Mission Fund enabled the new building to be constructed. I was surprised and delighted to find that they had called this “Rumah Selandia Baru” (“New Zealand House”) with rooms named after New Zealand university cities.
Read the full entry at the Ambassador's blog: http://blogs.mfat.govt.nz/david-taylor/helping-street-kids-membantu-anak-anak-jalanan/