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With new solar panels and computers, Indonesian kindergarten “fully operational”
Our field rep in Indonesia reports that workers have installed solar panels and added computers to the new kindergarten on Indonesia’s Daram Island, making it “fully operational.”
We helped build the school in Daram Island’s Fafanlap village to help get islanders in the area to support a massive 90,000 acre marine reserve just off shore. The school is also being used as venue for civic meetings.
Daram Island is about 50 miles southwest of West Papua, in the Ceram Sea.
For more info and photos, see our project page!