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Bali Children’s Project is a registered non-profit in Bali, Indonesia. We are dedicated to help children in Bali escape poverty through education. Please help us create better futures.
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Gusti Ngurah Made Aditya Wiguna (“Adit”), 12, is the middle child. He is the younger brother of Gusti Ayu SIntya Dewi in Tabanan.
Adit is supposed to enter junior high school in July and the registration is open now, but his parents have difficulties in finding a loan to afford his school’s entrance fee. So, Adit will have to wait for another year if he doesn’t get sponsored to enter junior high school, or secondary school 7th grade.
Due to the pandemic, Adit’s father is now unemployed and rarely gets to work. His father is a construction laborer who could usually earn about USD 9 per day. Adit’s mother is working in a small shop for about two or three times a week because of the declining sales during the pandemic. His mother gets paid daily for about USD $3.5 day. Their income is barely enough to buy food for five family members.
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Bali Children’s Project is a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt non-profit charitable foundation registered in the United States of America (EIN 26-0014889) and in Indonesia (NPWP: 02.096.823.6-907.000).