Child Protection in Bali Protecting children from abuse through education workshops. By the end of 2018, our Child Protection Workshops will have reached over 6,300 students! Please contact us if you are able to help fund this program in 2019. The program in 2018 has been kindly funded by The Mel Wolf Foundation. [...]
Welcome to Selulung, North Bali A wonderful day for the children of Selulung Village as Bali Children's Project opened another kindergarten in Bali. Funders Karmagawa brought a special guest with them, as Bazzi helped to open the school. The community's fortunes truly have changed, going from 20 students to 40! If you would like to help [...]
Backpack delight over Bali as we delivered 75 new backpacks thanks to a successful appeal. We opened two new schools and put the finishing touches on Leonore's second learning centre. All this and more in our September update.
Ten Children Sponsored More delight for ten children in Bali, all of whom have now been sponsored by kind supporters in September. The ten new sponsorships bring the number of students sponsored in 2018 alone up to 64! Our thanks to September's new sponsors Robert, Sarah, Allie, Jasmina, Ellen, Judy, Claudia, Cosponsors Lisa & Zainab, Cheryl and Mark. [...]
It's almost ready! Bali Children's Project is just about to complete yet another learning centre in Bali. This time, the learning centre is at Perean and has a special story behind it. Leonore's Learning Centre Bali Children's Project is honoured to be able to deliver another learning centre in memorial of Leonore G. Calaustro. [...]
Backpack Deliveries in Bali Words cannot describe the joy that was spread throughout Bali as Bali Children's Project delivered 75 fully equipped school support backpacks to underprivileged children in Bali. Back in July 2018, we asked supporters to help us raise funds for our School Entry Backpack Appeal. Our aims were to help students [...]
Bazzi School Opens in Bali Bali Children’s Project proudly opened another new preschool and kindergarten in Bali, with a special surprise – rising music star Bazzi opened the school to a rapturous community. Bazzi, who has amassed over 100,000,000 Youtube views, visited with Karmagawa to see Bali Children's Project's work - and he wasn't [...]
Introducing Leonore's second learning centre, launching the new school year with workshops and more children sponsored in August 2018.
August's Nine Fantastic news for another nine children on our sponsorship waiting list! They have all been sponsored for school in August. It's thanks to August's new sponsors - James, Elysia, Maryam, Judy & Peter, Laureen, Heather, Emyli, Kathleen and Opy. In Bali, 1 in 5 students will never finish high school. The majority of the time, this is because [...]
Sastra School Bali Children’s Project is well on its way to completing another new school in Bali! It is all thanks to support from Karmagawa - it's the tenth school built thanks to Karmagawa's kind support. Focusing on early stage education, our Schools Support Program finds kindergartens in dire condition and transforms them into [...]
Abuse Awareness Abuse Awareness workshops were back touring elementary schools of Bali for the new 2018/19 academic year, filled with colour, games and fun, but with a very serious message. Why are Workshops Needed Bali Children's Project launched our program of Child Protection workshops back in 2016. It was set up in response [...]
Taboos in Bali With the new school year starting, it was induction time in schools all over Bali. It's a special time of year for children, who are experiencing junior or senior high for the first time. It also represents a huge opportunity to educate. With all school students eager to start the [...]
Leonore's Learning Centres Bali Children's Project is delighted to announce our next major library project - the Leonore G. Calaustro Learning Centre, Perean. It is the second Learning Centre dedicated in memory of Leonore, and building has already begun. Leonore G. Calaustro's Legacy When Bali Children's Project met Brian Calaustro back in late [...]
July saw us transform yet another building - this time turning an old 'ghost house' into a fantastic new learning centre. Meanwhile we opened another kindergarten, sponsored 14 more children and wished our 22 graduates well as they move into the big wide world. All in July's Enewsletter.
Fourteen Children Sponsored in July July broke our 2018 record for the number of children sponsored for school - a huge 14 children who would have dropped out now have school futures. It's all thanks to July's 13 new sponsors, who kindly committed to giving children from disadvantaged backgrounds a future. Sponsorship is so important because it gives [...]
From Ghost House to Bali Children used to be scared to go into the teachers house in their school in Kintamani - so scared they called it 'the ghost house'. But now, thanks to support from Karmagawa and the Timothy Sykes Foundation, Bali Children's Project renovated the ghost house into a wonderful new learning centre - The Mark [...]
July is the best time of year for Bali Children’s Project. Why? Because all the hard work of sponsorships really pays off, in the form of graduating children. This year, we are delighted to have 22 children who have graduated from school. It may not sound like a huge amount, but these 22 children [...]
Sponsor a Child for School in Bali Anastasia, Sponsorships Manager at Bali Children's Project gives a short video insight into how the school sponsorships program works. To become a sponsor, please see here. To sponsor a child for School, please see our Sponsorship Waiting List, and set up a monthly [...]
Wijaya Kusuma Kindergarten Transformation Bali Children's Project is delighted to open yet another kindergarten, transforming Wijaya Kusuma by renovating a community building. Previously children would study a small, dark room with no supplies. There are many more kindergartens in Bali needing help. If you can donate supplies or help us [...]
June saw our Hundred Backpacks Appeal hit 59 backpacks, while we met new students desperately needing sponsorship before starting the new academic year. Elsewhere, we celebrated the opening of three new facilities in the Kintamani area.