9th January 2017.
Komang Sukedana is a whole new man since we first met him in June last year. This is how a sponsorship can make a difference to a young man’s life.
2nd July 2016.
Sponsored Eny is one of this year’s graduates from our sponsorship program. Eny told us about what a difference sponsorship has made to her life and plans for the future.
15th February 2016.
Anom and his sister Emas are incredibly gifted youngsters with a special and rare skill – as Gamelan musicians. They both have incredible futures ahead of them.
20th January 2016.
There were celebrations last week as the girls from Jamu Spa graduated to become professional therapists. We couldn’t be more proud.
23rd December 2015.
This is a holiday story like no other. There’s no reindeer or santas, but an incredible turnaround in circumstances for two Balinese sisters.
31st October 2015.
Wonderful news as we have managed to move Citra and Mira – the girls we found living in a basement – to new temporary accommodation.
28th October 2015.
When we met 5 orphaned children left to fend for themselves, we knew we could help. 14 year old Yulianti’s story was especially disturbing, but we are pleased to say things have brightened up for the children.
5th October 2015.
Pasek Sinta has been through an awful lot. After her dad passed away, her scholarship was not enough to keep her in college – she would be forced to quit. But now that has all changed.
10th September 2015.
Do you remember Sofianti, who spent all her time working to help her family? Now we have some exciting news about how sponsorship has changed her life.
3rd September 2015.
Meet two very talented sisters – Luheny (Eny) and Paramita (Ena). Oldest sister Eny has a very special skill that could pave the way for an exciting future…
8th July 2015.
It’s celebration time for graduates from Bali Children’s Project’s Sponsorship Program. July marks the end of many sponsored children’s educational career and an a world of opportunity lies ahead.
There were jubilant celebrations from children and parents in Ubud as Bali Children’s Project opened our first permanent pre-school and library.
After operating for over 10 years from a small office that doubled up as a pre-school for local children, we finally opened our dedicated new school on 8th January.
We helped Ni Made Suwisni by giving her sponsorship so that she could access school. After years of sponsorship, Suwisni blossomed into an amazing young lady.
When we met Wayan Yuliantari in 2007 she was a bright girl with slim prospects of staying in school. People in her family and community had not been able to get an education and she wanted to be the first. Bright and personable, she was so pleased when her sponsor, Bhanu of Royal Hotels, said that he would sponsor her through high school.
Soni was about 7 years old when she was first sponsored by BCP, having already dropped out of second grade. She was taken in by another family in her crowded compound and she returned to school. The thought of stopping again was never a thought.
Komang Pande is from Petak Village, Madangan, a small village in the Regency of Gianyar. Her father has passed away and her mother is in very poor health. Komang is the middle child with an older married brother with 2 children and a younger one. Her family home is extremely poor, with a dirt floor and on the top of the river bank.
In early 2014, BCP was informed of a brother and sister who were absolutely devoted to the music of the Gamelan, the traditional Balinese orchestra. They had been taught by their father, who had deeply inspired them with a love of this music and a desire to study and teach it. The little girl, Ema Berliana, was 9 and in third grade, and her brother, Anom Candra Yana, 14. He has studied all the arts necessary for a career in Gamelon, including the other instruments and the Shadow Puppets. His life revolves around practice.