New apps

This year students of Radboud University have developed 2 apps (Kataku 1 and Kataku 2) for the children of West Papua so that they can learn Indonesian. Both apps belong to the already developed app in 2018 namely Kataku 2. With all these apps the children can, after the lesson, get to know the Indonesian […]

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Trip to Kuyawage

May 25 2019 At the end of may Tara Huberty and Jeremiah Fakdawer made a short visit to Kuyawage, village of Mume. They have trained teachers and practiced with students with the new Kataku apps. Due to unexpected circumstances, the trip was aborted earlier, so they were unable to visit the other villages. There is […]

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Guitar recital 3 may

Guitar recital by Pascal Reyntjes on 3 May was a wonderful concert! The donations from the concert go to the RSP Foundation, we thank Pascal for his contribution and the beautiful evening. Pascal Reyntjes was born in Ulft on July 24, 1970. He comes from a musical family and started to develop an interest in […]

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Research

During the last visit in October / November of Tara Huberty (SIL), the teachers and pupils of 6 schools in Kuyawage participated in a research in tablet and solar panel use. “Are the tablets improving education in Kuyawage? Is there an impact? If so, what kind?” Also see: Activities: research oct / nov 2018.

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Talking books

  #Talkingbooks in the Lani language are a big hit in Papua, Indonesia! The kids love to read along, and many say it’s their favorite app — even though the rest of the apps are games! Kudos to the Remote School Papua foundation, which provided the tablets. (video courtesy of Tara Huberty) https://remoteschoolpapua.org/en/welcome/ https://www.facebook.com/remoteschoolpapua/

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