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Kak Mel dan Kak Berna

Hari Sabtu tepatnya tanggal 26 Februari 2012 SA Prumpung mengadakan pelatihan story telling. Yang menjadi pembicaranya adalah kak Berna. Semua pengajar ikut serta dalam pelatihan tersebut. Mereka sangat antusias mendapat kesempatan untuk mengikuti pelatihan story telling, karena tidak semua orang mendapatkan kesempatan yang baik seperti ini.

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When I grow up, I want to be…

The Launching of Share Your Dreams!

As children we all have dreams. As one child from Sahabat Anak Kota Tua said “My dream is to become a doctor!”

Some children wish to be a doctor when they grow up, others wish to have a fast car, while others wish to have a big family. And even though our dreams may be unrealistic at times, like dreams to become Superman, dreaming is what gives us hope and the ability to imagine the future. All children have dreams, however, some children are never given the opportunity to voice their dreams. In Jakarta, street children face this reality every day. Their dreams to become a doctor is quickly squashed as they realise their parents cannot afford to send them to school, that they must work to help support their families and that even if they did have the money they do not have the right documents to enter school. Sahabat Anak has been working hard since 1997 to help give street children the opportunity to realise their dreams. Read the rest of this entry

Guru Funky, Lucu, Suka Nyanyi

Launching HSA 2012 “Suarakan Impianmu!”:

Saripah pernah dikata-katain sama temen-temen, Saripah berharap temen-temen tidak mengatai Saripah lagi. Karena Saripah (jadi) malu punya badan tinggi seperti ini. Tapi Saripah tetep semangat meskipun dikatain dan tidak marah sama temen-temen. Read the rest of this entry

Hari Sahabat Anak 2012: Suarakan Impianmu!

Anak dalam UU No. 23 tahun 2002 Pasal 1 adalah warga negara Indonesia yang belum berusia 18 tahun, termasuk anak yang masih dalam kandungan. Anak merupakan amanah dan karunia dari Tuhan yang harus dilindungi, titipan berharga bagi orang tua, bangsa dan negara, serta potensi kekayaan dan kesejahteraan bangsa kini dan di hari nanti. Read the rest of this entry

Sahabat Anak Day 2012 – “SHARE YOUR DREAMS!”

A child is defined under the Indonesian Law, UU No. 23 2002 Chapter 1, as a citizen of Indonesia under the age of 18 and it also includes a child in the mother’s womb. A child is a gift and blessing from God who needs to be protected, valued by their parents, country and nation and who will also be the future leaders of this nation. Read the rest of this entry

Anak-Anak = 37% Populasi Indonesia

Kenapa Sahabat Anak tanpa lelah terus mendengungkan kampanye pemenuhan hak-hak anak Indonesia, terutama kanak-kanak marjinal? Setiap tahun melalui Jambore Sahabat Anak dalam rangka Hari Anak Nasional 23 Juli dan Hari Sahabat Anak yang sejak digelar perdana 2008, kami terus membuat program inovatif (Sepatu, Nutrisi, Bermain) serta program lain yang selalu bersinggungan dengan kebutuhan anak. Read the rest of this entry

Bersepeda Bersama Sahabatku

Minggu, 29 Januari 2012

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Good morning! Udara yang dingin menyambutku di Minggu pagi, tapi  aku justru merasa bersemangat dan berapi-api. Dengan semangat  aku berangkat menuju Hotel Mandarin Oriental di daerah bundaran Hotel Indonesia. Semangat karena hari ini adalah hari yang dinanti oleh adik-adik Sahabat Anak Kota Tua, yaitu acara Fun Bike bersama Hotel Mandarin Oriental. Sebenarnya bukan hanya adik-adiknya saja yang bersemangat, aku pun juga begitu karena sudah lama tidak bersepeda.

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Rachael Fulton Is Flying The Flag High For Sahabat Anak

At Sahabat Anak we have many amazing volunteers who dedicate their spare time to assist Sahabat Anak’s programs, develop relationships with the children and slowly but surely instigate change. Volunteering is not a walk in the park. It takes determination, commitment and a passion to care for others.

Rachael Fulton volunteered with Sahabat Anak during 2010 – 2011, and even though she has now returned to Scotland she is still flying the flag high for Sahabat Anak and continuing to advocate for the rights of marginalised children living in Jakarta. This is what Rachael had to say about her time at Sahabat Anak:

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