The British International school (BIS) in Jakarta, in Indonesia, set up the Sekolah BISA, a small free school for slum children.
Recently, BIS students became aware of the plight of Anga (above)
Anga, age 9, lives in a wooden shack, sized 3m by 3m.
Anga has no mother.
Both his birth mother and his step mother have died.
Anga's father sells coffee from the back of a motorbike.
Currently, the motorbike is broken.
The father's personal identity card has expired.
There is no family identity card.
Senior pupils at the British International School are taking the following steps:
1) Arranging a health and nutrition program for the family and registering the family at the local health clinic.
2) Arranging identity documents for the family.
3) Arranging for the family to receive a weekly supply of rice.
5) Arranging the repair of the father's motorbike.
4) Arranging for Anga to attend the Sekolah BISA school.
(Foto by Adimas Grahito, CAS Assistant)