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Help children in Sumba see the world through mobile library “Mobil Pintar”

Market Day by FMCH Womenpreneur

FMCH Indonesia as one of the NGO’s enganged in mother and child health sector also has income generating program that focus on mothers, parents of students and teachers at their assisted PAUD as participants

Instability eating behaviours on kids, Why?

The phenomenon of instability children’s eating behaviours is often found among parents. Rather than consuming a lot of food, children tend to pick and even reject the foods that is given. At the end, this condition creates a negative emotions as a results of emotional imbalance which can lead to violence and rape of children. […]

FMCH Indonesia (Yayasan Balita Sehat) Has Been Validated by CAF International

We are pleased to inform you that we has been validated by Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) International as a credible non-profit organisation. We are part of the CAF International Global Charity Database for international non-profit organisations and charitable projects. CAF’s international focus is on facilitating giving across borders to carefully validated charities and charitable projects, […]

Family as the Main Unit Towards Zero Stunting

Written by: Banu Priyonggo, Office Manager FMCH Indonesia Family is the first place in getting lessons about religious life, social life, being a place to get protection, comfort, love, and even being a medium to raise awareness of the importance of health. The function of the family is very important to shape intelligence, social life, […]

Thank You, My Midwives!

Every June 24, Indonesia celebrates National Midwife Day. This momentum is also a celebration of the founding of the Indonesian Midwives Association (called IBI) on June 24, 1951. Reporting from ibi.or.id, IBI is a professional organization for midwives in Indonesia. A forum for midwives to achieve their goals through policies to increase the professionalism of […]

Female Workers: We Need Protection!

Written by: Sarah Nadiah, HERHealth Project Coordinator, FMCH Indonesia  Every April 28, since 1995, has been celebrated as the International Workers’ Day which aims to honor workers who are victims of occupational accidents and diseases. Moving on to 2003, the International Labor Organization (ILO) declared that on April 28, apart from respecting workers who were […]

Water and Health

Written by: Health and Education Promotion Coordinator of FMCH Indonesia, Aris Gunawan World Water Day is an annual celebration to encourage people’s awareness about the importance of clean and accessible water. Every year, this celebration takes a particular theme. In 2009, the theme was Shared Water, Shared Opportunities. Ten years later, in 2019, the committee […]