Back to school

Catch up after COVID-19 the children are preparing to welcome face-to-face learning activities after almost two years of hiatus. Many banners were plastered on the school yard and walls with messages containing the message of preventing the transmission of COVID-19 and hand washing stations filled various corners of the school. 

Optimism is again felt in schools after online learning has made it difficult for teachers and students during the pandemic. Limited internet access, inadequate staff, the digital divide and the difficulty of teachers adapting to the latest learning styles are major obstacles that cause a decline in students’ learning abilities. In several schools in poor villages in Bali, students’ literacy and numeracy skills declined during the pandemic. covid 19.

Currently, the presence of poor children in the Damara learning house which provides internet access for them is starting to decrease. The children have returned to learning safely in the school.

Damara Bali Foundation is committed to continuing to help poor children go to school by providing school supplies (stationery) and assistance in fulfilling children’s nutrition such as rice, milk and eggs with a budget of Rp. 1,500,000 per child in one year.

How can you help?

Direct support to one child from a very poor family. These are children who are at risk of dropping out of school because of poverty. Provide assistanc with school supplies, stationery, medical services and additional nutrition. The donor gets a yearly report with progress and school records. IDR 1,500,000 per child per year.

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