More delight in rural Bali, as we simultaneously opened to two separate learning facilties, thanks to funding provided by Karmagawa.
The two projects, both located in northern Bali are the latest in a string of 15 projects that have now been completed in Bali, thanks to the partnership between Bali Children’s Project and Karmagawa.
See our videos below of Ayu Trisna (School Support Manager) and Gusti (Library Program Manager) introducing the two new projects – along with the difference they are making to education.
Kindergartens are in huge need in Bali. Not part of formal curriculum, it means many rural kindergartens either don’t exist or make do with very basic supplies.
Meanwhile, libraries in elementary schools are also struggling. With most libraries reduced to nothing more than store rooms, we’re making it our mission to renovate as many as we can, turning them into beautiful new libraries or learning centres for children.