Great news from the Banana school in Bali; our kindergarten renovation is complete.
Earlier this year, Bali Children’s Project appealed for supporters to help us raise enough funds to renovate the school.
Thanks to support from Omer, Monica, Public Culture, Serge and Laura we were able to reach our target and finally renovate the Banana school!
The school has been completely supplied with new educational equipment, new furniture and repainted, including a wonderful new mural to breathe life into the school.
As a special thank you, donor’s names were painted with the mural.
The school is ready to welcome students back under careful precautions as soon as coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
The Banana School
The Banana School is located on the agricultural slopes leading up to Bali’s Mount Batur. Most villagers work as farmers in the local area. For 11 years the school had operated from an open sided building. Dismayed with the poor quality, the community started saving…
After a huge effort, the village managed to raise just enough money to build a new school. Completely spent out, there was no more money to add the key element of supplies. It means the school is still making do with old rotted furniture and broken equipment.
It’s now become a facility that the community are incredibly proud of.
Bali Children’s Project helps kindergartens by providing supplies, support and renovations. It helps to revolutionize early stage learning in Bali’s rural villages, giving young learners access to quality education.
Kindergartens in Bali often struggle and have to make do with only very basic or broken equipment. Many villages find it difficult to fund kindergartens due to their limited budgets.