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1005, 2023

12 Students Sponsored in April

May 10th, 2023|

12 Students Sponsored for School in April With thanks to our latest new sponsors, Bali Children's Project has been able to sponsor a further 12 students to stay in school. It is the largest number of new sponsors in a month so far in 2023, and we hope that we can continue to attract new sponsors to support [...]

805, 2023

Backpacks Deliveries Bring Joy in Bali

May 8th, 2023|

Backpack Deliveries Bring Joy in Bali Thanks to supporters from our latest appeal, we were able to raise funds to purchase 130 $100 USD school supply backpacks in Bali. Plus, after buying in bulk, we were able to source a further seven backpacks! The backpacks were delivered to some of the neediest children in rural communities, helping them [...]

2204, 2023

Earth Day 2023: Bali Green Communities

April 22nd, 2023|

Earth Day 2023 Coinciding with Earth Day, 2023, Bali Children's Project is pleased to announce a brand new environmental program. Bali Green Communities is aimed at providing villages with the support they need to overhaul their environmental practices. Involving clean-ups, community education, community action and infrastructure support, we have launched the program in Nyalian Village. A pilot project, [...]

504, 2023

48th Project Funded by Karmagawa in Bali

April 5th, 2023|

Adam Waheed Learning Center 2 Bali Children's Project is pleased to present a short summary video to introduce the Adam Waheed Learning Center 2. This is the second Adam Waheed Learning Center renovated in Bali together with Karmagawa support. This is a special project as it's the first learning center we have renovated in a junior high school. [...]

304, 2023

Four Students Sponsored in March

April 3rd, 2023|

Four Students Sponsored for School in March Bali Children's Project are grateful to our latest sponsors in March who have helped to give four children new school futures. With times being difficult economically, these sponsorships mean the world to children with less. It has been a difficult time in the charity world as economic issues have a direct [...]

2903, 2023

Karmagawa Funded Project #47 in Bali

March 29th, 2023|

Karmagawa Funded Project #47 We're excited to share our latest project, made possible thanks to the generous support of our friends at Karmagawa. Join us as we showcase the amazing Bondalem Learning Center - a brand new facility that offers children unlimited access to books to computer-based learning. This stunning space is a true gift to the community [...]

703, 2023

Badung Schools Formalize Abuse Awareness in Bali

March 7th, 2023|

Huge Teacher Training Workshops for Child Protection Bali Children’s Project is excited to share the latest big news in our Child Protection effort in Bali. After careful negotiation, Bali’s regency of Badung has signed up to our Child Protection program. It means that every single elementary school in the Badung regency must now deliver child protection workshops, based [...]

603, 2023

Twelve Students Sponsored in January and February

March 6th, 2023|

Twelve Students Newly Sponsored for January and February In January and February, we were able to bring the good news to twelve children, that their schooling has been sponsored! It means they no longer have to worry about dropping out. In Bali, high school costs money. Families who can't afford the costs either get in debt, take loans [...]

503, 2023

Backpack Appeal Success in Bali

March 5th, 2023|

Backpack Appeal Success in Bali After a successful appeal, 137 fully supplied school entry backpacks are on their way to children in need throughout Bali. For our Holiday appeal in December, we asked supporters to help us to raise funds to purchase school supply backpacks for children. Elementary school in Indonesia is free, however families are expected to [...]

2002, 2023

Inflation Damages School Futures in Bali

February 20th, 2023|

Inflation Hits Student Sponsorships Most people have noticed a rise in the cost of living over the last year. The problems haven’t escaped Bali either, with families in poverty being hit hard. With rising costs of basics such as fuel, oil, rice and more, families in poverty have found it difficult to keep up. Although living cost subsidies [...]



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