Student Health Groups Key to the Future High school students are leading the charge against HIV in Bali - stepping up the battle by delivering their own HIV education in their classrooms, schools and communities. It's part of Bali Children's Project's development plan to give student groups the support they need to have an impact. HIV in Bali [...]
10 Ways you Can Help Children in Bali this Christmas Sponsor a Child for School $40 USD per month It's a gift that keeps on giving - for a lifetime. Help change the future for a child who is about to drop out of school. You'll recieve regular updates about how your sponsorship is [...]
What an incredible month in October as we opened two more schools, delivered 212 backpacks, sponsored 9 children for school and much more!
More Backpack Joy in Bali As school is back in full swing, the Bali Children's Project team have been busy delivering more school backpacks for hundreds of children. School entry backpacks are designed to give elementary age students all they need for school. Far more than a single backpack, they come full of shoes, uniforms, supplies and all [...]
Nine Children Sponsored in October Thanks to our latest new sponsors, nine children made their way off of our Sponsorship Waiting List and are on their way to graduating school. There are a range of costs involved in accessing school in Bali, meaning children from the poorest families end up dropping out. With no graduation certificate, they cannot [...]
Bali Children's Project is delighted to announce the opening of another two schools in Bali, thanks to funding from Karmagawa. The two schools - one kindergarten and one library - are both located in one of Bali's most rural areas. It brings the number of schools supported by Karmaagawa in Bali to a massive seventeen – impacting thousands of [...]
Over 200 backpacks delivered, two schools opened, 11 children sponsored and more from in our jam packed September enewsletter.
Appeal Impact After an amazing response to our School Entry Backpack appeal, the Bali Children's Project team have been busy delivering backpacks kindly donated by supporters. With over 200 school entry backpacks raised, the appeal is helping hundreds of children to go to elementary school with all the supplies they need. Sadly for many children, their families struggle [...]
A Blooming Surprise Bali Children’s Project have just completed another kindergarten renovation, this time with the help of local supporter businesss Blooming Lotus Yoga. Blooming Lotus kindly donated to renovate Demulih Kindergarten – a school that was in plenty of need. Although the school had a large building (previously part of an older elementary school), the school was [...]
September: Eleven Children Sponsored Eleven children are staying in school, thanks to new sponsors in September. These children are the lucky ones. Although they are from poor families, the sponsorships now mean they will be able to finish high school. Without this sponsorship they would have dropped out. Our thanks to September's kind sponsors of Juanita, Ethan, Olivia, [...]
Multiple Donors Create a New Library Thanks to several library donations, supporters have clubbed together to transform yet another library. Many supporters will be aware that libraries in Bali are almost non-existent. Although there is a designated building in each school, most libraries do not have quality books or supplies to run a library. Libraries come in different shapes [...]
Three new school facilities opened, 13 children sponsored, abuse awareness updates and more in our August enewsletter.
Learning Centres in Bali Not one, not two, but three new schools opened in Bali last week! It was thanks to support from the Rice family. The two kindergartens and one library were previously falling apart, but now have a new lease of life. Just look at how much it means to the community and the children of [...]
Meet the Balinese high school student groups who are changing the way people think about HIV and AIDS in Bali. Awareness in Bali Bali Children's Project has been working with schools in Bali to address a serious problem - a huge increase in HIV and AIDS rates. In 2013, Bali had 12,145 confirmed cases of HIV and AIDS. In [...]
Bali Children's Project is delighted to say that 13 children were sponsored for school in August 2019! It's all thanks to our newest sponsors Robert, Eliza, Tiurma, Lisa & Syeda, Mclean, Sarah, Colleen, Joel, Nam Le, Laurent, Gregory and Brad. All of these children faced uncertain futures as they come from families who cannot afford school fees themselves. Without [...]
It's a little known fact that each elementary school in Bali must have a designated library building. However, many of these libraries are in extremely poor condition, creating a spiral where students do not use their designated libaries. Often, the buildings are in such poor condition that they are unsafe for students to learn inside them. Other times, buildings [...]
205 backpacks raised, 41 school graduates, a new library opened and much more in a jam packed July for Bali Children's Project.
Meet our 41 Graduates of 2019! This is what sponsorship means to children in Bali! We had a wonderful day celebrating with our 41 school graduates in 2019. They all now have their futures completely changed! The alternative was a life of manual labour and limited opportunities. One in five students do not make it through high school. [...]
Fifteen Children Sponsored in July At one of the most important times of the school year, Bali Children's Project is delighted to have given 15 children sponsorships to stay in school. According to official figures, 1 in 5 students will not make it through high school. These are normally the poorest students who end up dropping out because [...]
Storeroom to Library Our latest library was opened this week, with the kind people from 101 Heroes coming to see how their support has helped children in rural Bali. The new library is another amazing transformation of an old and broken building. There's plenty more libraries in Bali that need help. Please get in touch if you'd like [...]