Maulun is located in Atambua, which is on the western half of Timor Island in Indonesia. The area is fairly remote, but is filled with over 60,000 refugees who fled from East Timor (the other half of the island) after violence erupted when they became independent in 2002.
Maulun is in a very remote location, which makes education less accessible and less affordable. One of the ways this Kinship Project is reaching out to the local community is by setting up a kindergarten for children in the village.
Care and Outreach Initiatives at the Maulun Kindergarten
Your gifts have been helping Pastor Matthew and his team offer educational opportunities and more to a remote community who generally can’t afford much. You’ve made it possible for Maulun to offer the programs marked above. Are you interested in teaming up with Maulun Kindergarten to keep these programs going for a community in need? Click here for more information about becoming a monthly supporter so you can help more kids and families with Maulun Kindergarten.
Kinship Project Leaders
Pastor Matthew Fatima and Team