caring for children
Since the medical clinic was established, the services Hohidiai provide have grown as the needs of the community cry out to be met. Children who were unwanted or ‘at risk’, often found their way into the hearts and homes of families on the base.
the hearts and homes
for the children
children living at base
More than 50 children live in family group homes (with 4-8 children) at Hohidiai and receive education, food, shelter, love and support.
The number of children in care continues to grow and as do the costs involved in providing staff, food, clothing, medical care and education. This led to the need to set up a sponsorship program. As the children in the sponsorship program don’t live in their family homes, there are higher care costs when compared to some other programs.
Sponsor a child at Hohidiai and make a difference to their future. Two options are available:
Partial for $60 a month or full for $120 a month.
$40 a month to assist a child attend Hohidiai school.
Email Carol for more information on the child sponsorship program at firstname.lastname@example.org (donations are not tax deductible).
In July 2011, a school was opened on the Hohidiai base to cater for the needs of local children as well as children living on the base. Some children come from close by and others from regional towns and villages
Our school’s vision is to see children from this area learn, develop, grow and to become leaders and positive role models in these communities. To give them an opportunity for a high quality education and bright options for the future, we have a strong focus on academic and personal growth. Read more…
Sponsor a child at Hohidiai and make a difference to their future
Hohidiai is devoted to helping people physically and emotionally, especially the poor and marginalised.
We run a medical clinic, provide accommodation for orphaned and abandoned children and rehabilitation for patients needing long-term medical care in North Maluku, Indonesia.
PO Box 1599
North Sulawesi, Indonesia
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