Latest News 2018-05-21T04:01:54+08:00
2301, 2020

A Third Learning Centre Opens in Memory of Leonore

January 23rd, 2020|

Leonore's Third Learning Centre Bali Children's Project has just opened the doors of the Leonore G. Calaustro Learning Centre, located in a remote village of Bali. This is the third Leonore G. Calaustro Learning Centre in Bali, dedicated to the memory of Leonore, Brian's wife. The project transformed an old teachers house and turned it into a wonderful [...]

2201, 2020

Suryani’s Career Takes Off

January 22nd, 2020|

Suryani's Story We're always excited to see what our former graduates have been up to since finishing school. Recently we heard from Suryani, a 2018 school graduate who has managed to achieve her dream, while laying out an exciting career path. Suryani's Sponsorship Suryani was one of hundreds of children who have been sponsored by Bali Children's Project. [...]

1701, 2020

101 Heroes and Bali Children’s Project Open Third Library in Bali

January 17th, 2020|

101 Heroes and Bali Children's Project Open Third Library in Bali In a wonderful start to the year, we opened the Gaddi Family Library in rural Tabanan, north Bali. The library included a mini renovation and a full compliment of new furniture, supplies and of course our tradmark mural. It's thanks to funding from 101 Heroes, who donated [...]

601, 2020

15 Children Sponsored in December

January 6th, 2020|

15 Children Sponsored in December In a wonderful end to 2019 for sponsorships, new sponsors  in December enabled up to give 15 new children a future in school. Our thanks to new December sponsors of Heidi, Yumiko, The Wesco Girls, Sophie & Yusuf & Novi, Alfredo, Barry, Griffin, Ekaterina, Mita, Senthil, Susanne & Adam and Jo & Family. [...]

3112, 2019

Bali Children’s Project: 2019 Year Review

December 31st, 2019|

2019 Year Review Thanks to the kindness of supporters, Bali Children's Project achieved an incredible amount in 2019.   Thank you for supporting us in 2019 and we can't wait to help more children in 2020. To support Bali Children's Project in 2020, please get in touch, or visit our [...]

912, 2019

November Enewsletter

December 9th, 2019|

In November we celebrated a huge milestone in Child Protection Workshops, while getting started on our latest round of school and library building projects. High schools across Bali celebrated a massive World AIDS day and students in Siakin had a sneak peak at their upcoming Learning Centre!

512, 2019

Six Children Sponsored in November

December 5th, 2019|

Six Children Sponsored in November Thanks to new sponsors in November, Bali Children's Project were able to sponsor six more children for school. Our sincere gratitude to Ryan, the Tarafder Family, Alesia, Karsa Spa and Ruth for becoming sponsors. It means that their school careers are now safe and these children no longer face the prospect of dropping [...]

312, 2019

Massive World AIDS Day in Bali

December 3rd, 2019|

World AIDS Day 2019 - the 1st of December - was the biggest ever event of it's kind in Bali, with thousands of students in Bali turning out to educate their communities. Student Health Groups Bali is the only place in Indonesia to have mandatory student health groups (known as KSPAN) in every high school. It's a school club [...]

2611, 2019

Child Protection Workshops Reach 7,800

November 26th, 2019|

Bali Children's Project is delighted to announce our latest success in educating over 7,800 students with Child Protection workshops in 2019. It has been an incredible year for the Child Protection program and we are ending on a huge high. Child Protection Workshops Starting with pilot workshops in 2016, Bali Children's [...]

1811, 2019

Student Led HIV Education in Bali

November 18th, 2019|

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 [...]