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Jul 2020
29 Jul

Food Package Distribution on KEMBALI Fourth Quarter Distribution

Additional food package distributed to the sponsored children during the fourth quarter distribution

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29 Jul

The Effects of COVID-19 on Our Sponsored Students

The effect of COVID-19 to our students on their study and daily life.

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Feb 2020
06 Feb

KIDS Laptop Distribution

Laptop distribution to KIDS students who are in university

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Sep 2019
23 Sep

KIDS Distribution Event and Java Visit

The annual KIDS distribution event and Java Visit were held early in July this year.

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23 Sep

Welcome to Labuan Bajo, Yoga

Yoga, one of KIDS sponsored children now happily moved to Labuan Bajo as he worked for a newly built resort in the area. Yoga works as a technician and really enjoys his job there. We wish all the best for Yoga future career

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Jul 2019
03 Jul

KIDS: Congratulation Grads!

The academic year of 2018-2019 will end in a month, but the graduation of 12th grader has been announced. We would like to congratulate KIDS 12th grader who are finished high school this year:

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Nov 2018
28 Nov

Alice Mendoza, A Motivational Inspiring Figure

Alice and her third-grade class had been running their annual calendar project for ten years. The year 2002 was the 10th anniversary of their calendar’s project. The calendar sales were always donated to the disadvantaged people in Ometepe island, Nicaragua. When the Bali Bombing incident occurred, it shocked the students.

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28 Nov

KIDS Distribution Activity for School Year 2018/2019

On the occasion, KIDS distributed school supplies and additional USB Flash drives, bags and shoes for university students. Beside that, KIDS also gave away some gifts for those who have been consistently showing their achievements - either academic or non-academic.

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Apr 2018
13 Apr

KIDS' Initiative Project: One Laptop to A Child

This initiative project came early in December 2017 when YKIP’s Head of Management Board announced her vision to provide every university student supported through KIDS Scholarship Program with a laptop for learning at school and at home.

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Jan 2018
18 Jan

Achievement To Date

KIDS Scholarship Program is currently supporting the remaining 26 children of Bali Bomb Victims until they complete higher education (bachelor or diploma degree). Since 2003, 35 out of 61 students have completed their studies.

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Dec 2017
31 Dec

May Peace Upon Us All

“… I have chosen to live a life that will make the world a more positive, fulfilling place rather than contributing to the negative world my father lived in the moment he died.” (Alief - children of the Bali Bombing 2002 victims, 2016)

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22 Dec

KIDS Goes To Campus in 2017

In 2017, five KIDS children continue their studies at universities in Bali.

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22 Dec

KIDS Gathering 2016

The KIDS Gathering 2016 was a great success and happiness was definitely the theme for the day. This year, more than 120 people attended the gathering party held on the 9th July at Keramas Park Gianyar.

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Jan 2016
06 Jan

Education Cost

The KIDS scholarship covers tuition fees and other educational support, including uniforms, shoes, school bags, books, stationary supplies, extracurricular activities and tutorials. The education cost budget is determined by each level of school grade i.e. primary, secondary, high school and higher education. The budget for the following year is determined by using the actual average expenditure of the past year plus a provision for increased costs.

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Jul 2015
29 Jul

KIDS GATHERING 2010

Every year we hold a KIDS Gathering for all of the surviving family members from the Bali bombings. For this year, we welcome your sponsorship to help make the gathering a success this year. At this event, we acknowledge those children who have made good

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Apr 2015
24 Apr

Audrey Covert, the student

First off, my name is Audrey Covert, I’m 11 years old (2006) and I live on Bainbridge Island, Washington in the USA. I go to Hyla Middle School. Along with my parents and my sister, Emma, I live with 4 cats, Chester, Wilson, Rose, and Jet, and 20 fish. Interestingly my maternal grandfather grew up in Indonesia when it was …

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A few years ago, one of YKIP sponsored students’ story under KIDS program, Alief’s, was on national news. It was when Alief and his younger brother, Aldi, met the son of the Bali Bombing 1 executor. You might wonder how Alief is doing now. Here is the update about him.

Graduated from senior high school, Alief studied law in Udayana University. After about a year in Udayana University, Alief then pursued his dream of becoming a law enforcer. He continued his study in the State Polytechnic of Immigration, majoring in Immigration Law. Although the tuition has been paid by the government, YKIP under KIDS program has been supporting Alief with accommodation in Jakarta.  Now he is in the third semester of his three-year training and active in the students’ organization as a public relation officer. As a PR officer, he needs to take a lot of event photos and creating video contents for his institution. He has become very familiar with using a camera to take both photos and videos. Since then, he fell in love with photography and cinematography.

Joining the Competition

Alief’s passion to that field took him to a competition last year; Olimpiade Perguruan Tinggi Kedinasan (State-owned Educational Institution Olympic). Along with his friends, Alief joined the competition in cinematography field. Although the result was not yet very satisfying for him, in which his group came in the fourth place, it didn’t stop him for achieving further.

Earlier this year, the competition was held again. Alief and his friends had learnt a lot from the last year result. They re-joined the competition and made a lot of improvement on their work. Alief was one of the core team members in the cinematography competition. He was in charge of making the scenario and taking the scenes. Their work was named “Percaya” or Believe. The film was about the immigration official who had to choose one of his staffs to lead a project. This official then remembered his experience when he was at school and the memory enabled him to make a wise decision. This 12- minute movie has been viewed by more than 28.000 viewers. You can see the video here. This beautiful work won the second place in cinematography competition and became the favourite movie. Alief and his team got 2 medals from this competition.

YKIP is really proud of Alief and we wish him the best in continuing his study as well as pursuing his hobby in cinematography. Keep up the good work, Alief.


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