Schools were closed. Lockdowns were imposed. Food security got worse. All this happened while family incomes were dramatically reduced – often to zero we did whatever we could to get through the pandemic.

Now it’s time to focus on recovery and adjusting to a new version of “normal”.

We kept education alive.

Schools in Bali have been reopened as of April 1, 2022, but are effectively reopened 100 percent as of July 2022.

The very first important step we take is to get the children back in school. Restoring learning is a major concern in efforts to recover from the pandemic.

We help children to catch up, then take a step forward. Without immediate action, many children risk becoming so left behind that they will never catch up or drop out of school altogether. We must do everything we can to prevent this. One of them we continue to provide internet access for them.

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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