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We Have Only Heart...

There is a story of sacrifice and sincerity of intention of a teacher who is supported by her colleagues behind the establishment of SDN 21 Rantau Sibaju in Bengkayang, West Kalimantan. This school is not a regular public elementary school, which is in the beginning of its establishment generally pursued by the governments, organizations and institutions.


Learning to Count with Traditional Game "Bright"

The cheerful face from first grade students of Nataweru Christian Elementary School (SDK) are welcoming staff Wahana Visi Indonesia Sikka Operational Office, East Nusa Tenggara Province, and also school inspectors who will conduct classroom observation as a series of training activities and Principal Supervisors.


Da Bajay Child Forum Inspires Michelle

Previously Michelle was a shy and stage freight child. Now her image totally changes. 


Grow up with Child Forum

“By joining child forum, we are trained to be responsible leaders,” said Maria Elfika, member of Village Child Forum (Forades) in Du village.


They Listen to My Voice

The celebration of National Child Day 2016 is very memorable for Nurasiah, 38, the chairman of National Children Day Celebration in Parigi Moutong district, Central Sulawesi.

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