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A Little Dream from Prambanan

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“Kalau sapi sing ning lapangan kuwi yo gedhe, wernane putih, anakke yo gedhe.” The babbling of a little girl under a bridge. This child is so happy and excited to tell the various things he has encountered around him. Rara this beautiful and always cheerful girl walked on the age of five, the age where […]

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Ceritaku Untuk Meraih Impian

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Hi, my name is Ani, and I want to share the experiences I’ve had in the world of lectures. I’ve been a student at a private university in Yogyakarta for two semesters now, something I never imagined was possible before. I’m still unsure how I got to where I am now, but I do know […]

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Moving Toward My Dream

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I’m, Lina, have been with Yayasan Rumah Impian Indonesia since 2010. Before joining this foundation and going to school again, I worked as a merchant in Lempuyangan Market. My long working hours start from 4 am to 4 pm, but finally I gave up because my body is not strong. A friend offered me a […]

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Understanding

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All we see is not the real appearance. Even what we are seeing is the possibility of the outer skin with the wound on the inside starting to rot. She needs a touch on the wound, not on the skin. He needs to know that he needs help. That’s what I see from Amel. Nobody […]

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Poverty All around me

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To speak of poverty is to speak of something very close and very personal to me. According to what I have learned from various readings, poverty is a condition in which a person is unable to meet basic needs such as food, education, health and housing. In each standard area, basic needs may vary, so […]

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Give a money or make changes

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By Sammy Lapudooh * “Caring is not the same as giving money”, that is to say, about the sound of messages posted on various posters installed at many intersections in Yogyakarta. Then at the bottom of the poster is written another message with a smaller letter, “doled your coins to a social foundation or religious […]

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A Story From The Street

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“At that time, my wife and I were sleeping, there was suddenly a stranger who beat us, I can only be grateful when he was at Hope Shelter” Rina and her family lived under the bridge and Rina’s parents went to her parents’ home to look for socks. The quote above is one of the […]

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Hello Dreamtroopers!!

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Yayasan Rumah Impian or The Dream House Foundation was established in Yogyakarta, in 2009. The Dream House has been focusing its work on the issue of street childr en and high-risk children. We treat street children as our own Family and we believe that they should have the same opportunities to be able to achieve […]