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Siti Murniasih#48268From Indonesia

Siti Murniasih

Posted 17th Jun 2014

Look at Wayan's and his friend's smile (the boys with specia...

Look at Wayan's and his friend's smile (the boys with special needs in orange t-shirt), this is an ultimate proof that scouting is worth to do. #PrabuhiInclusionChampions Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 17th Jun 2014

The scouts were learning about fighting spirit from the sour...

The scouts were learning about fighting spirit from the source. #PrabuhiInclusionChampions Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 17th Jun 2014

Most of the time, a person becomes disable NOT because of th...

Most of the time, a person becomes disable NOT because of their physical condition but the the facilities or public services DO NOT support them to be able. #PrabuhiInclusionChampions Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 17th Jun 2014

Inclusion is about valuing differences, treating people with...

Inclusion is about valuing differences, treating people with dignity and removing barriers and providing opportunities for participation and contribution regardless of their race, religion, skin color, gender, nationality, physical abilities, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, level of educat Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 17th Jun 2014

Let's make the right real for persons with disabilities. The...

Let's make the right real for persons with disabilities. The scouts from Bali-Indonesia are committed to, what about you? #PrabuhiInclusionChampions Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 14th Jun 2014

The scouts from Bali were enthusiastically learned about dif...

The scouts from Bali were enthusiastically learned about different types of wheelchairs for individual who experienced celebral palsy at Puspadi Bali www.puspadibali.org # PrabuhiInclusionChampions Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 14th Jun 2014

Mr. Gunung from www.puspadibali.org showed to the scouts an ...

Mr. Gunung from www.puspadibali.org showed to the scouts an example of mobility devices that the organization provided to their clients with free of charge. Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 14th Jun 2014

A very productive meeting has been done between Scouts from ...

A very productive meeting has been done between Scouts from across Bali and PUSPADI Bali (www.puspadibali.org), an organization assists people with physical disabilities to access rehabilitation services so that they can establish their place in society as productive citizens. The scouts of Bali Translate

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 2nd Jun 2014

Wheelchair Basketball (Everyone can play basketball)

My son and my daughter experienced wheelchair basket ball.

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Siti Murniasih

Posted 2nd Jun 2014

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Inclusion is about valuing differences, treating people with dignity and removing barriers and pr

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