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Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
Indonesian wedad program for members
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  1. Indonesian Al Wedad Charity Group<br />Indira Abidin<br />
  2. background<br /><ul><li>There have been many incidents of abandoned babies:
  3. Left in airports, hospitals, streets, under the bridge, killed by parents
  4. 6 million domestic workers, many have unwanted pregnancy. When the babies are born, they are usually abandoned
  5. Poverty in many parts of Indonesia, parents dont feel they have the resources to raise babies, and leave the babies in public places
  6. These babies, when they grow up, are often called ‘bastards’ (anak haram), are not well accepted by the community and not given the opportunity to become the best that they can be</li></li></ul><li>Vision and mission<br />
  7. vision<br />
  8. program<br />
  9. Accomodation: housing<br />
  10. fostering<br />
  11. Nannies <br />
  12. Foster parents<br />
  13. Attachment parenting*<br />* By Dr Sears<br />
  14. education<br />
  15. Early learning development<br />
  16. research<br />Matters & problems of this category domestically<br />Description of care methods for this category domestically <br />
  17. communications<br />
  18. Urgently needed<br />Wedad house<br />Executive director<br />Orientation training modules<br />Regular training modules<br />Nannies <br />Trainers <br />
  19. Thank you<br />
  20. Masukan-masukan<br />Nannies: feeling keibuan, situasi rumah harus di assess.<br />

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