Kartini School brings hope to poor students in North Jakarta

For 22 years, the Kartini School has been vital to many children in North Jakarta who don't have the opportunity to study at public schools.

By Zahara Tiba for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jakarta

October 06, 2012


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