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Apr 2015
08 Apr

KIDS WET FUN DAY!!

It’s May already! As usual for us, May means preparation for KIDS’ biggest event: KIDS Gathering! Every year during the school holidays in June, KIDS’ scholars and their families gather to spend a joyful day as one big family. Aimed at preserving relation

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08 Apr

KIDS GATHERING PARTY 2012

The KIDS Gathering Party 2012 was a great success and happiness was definitely the theme for the day. More than 120 people attended the party and thoroughly enjoyed their day in the beautiful Bali sun. We even had five KIDS families from other islands att

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08 Apr

KIDS GATHERING 2008

Once a year we gathered all KIDS families and children together for a fun outing. This year, the party was held on Sunday, 29th June, at Kertalangu Cultural village in Tohpati, Denpasar. Thirty families attended and enjoyed some fun activities organized b

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08 Apr

KIDS GATHERING PARTY 2013 IS COMING!

It’s June already! As usual for us, June means preparation for KIDS’ biggest event: KIDS Gathering! Every year during the school holidays in June, KIDS’ scholars and their families gather to spend a joyful day as one big family. Aimed at preserving relati

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08 Apr

KIDS GATHERING 2011

Every year we hold a KIDS Gathering for all of the surviving family members from the Bali bombings. For this year, KIDS Gathering Party was held on Saturday, 19th June 2011, located at New Kuta Green Park, Pecatu. The survivors of Bali bombing 2002, their

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Mar 2015
24 Mar

TANGLIN TRUST SCHOOL: SINGAPORE FUNDRAISING FOR BALI KIDS FOR OVER 7 YEARS

Charlie’s Story Hello, my name is Charlie Budden, I am 14 and I have been helping the Bali KIDS charity for seven years now! Over the course of those seven years my friends and I have held fundraising events from school fairs, to car boot sales, to creati

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23 Mar

VISIT TO TANGLIN TRUST SCHOOL

The Manager of the KIDS Program, Sri Damayanti, visited Tanglin Trust School on 4th November 2011 to obtain more understanding about the fundraising project organised by the students for the KIDS program. As part of the Tangling Trust School’s curriculum

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23 Mar

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT 2011

Congratulations to the nine “Best Students” of KIDS!!! Nine of the 48 KIDS students were successful achieving good grades for their academic performance. Five students are studying at primary school, two students are studying at junior high school, three

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23 Mar

CHILDREN ACHIEVEMENT 2010

Wulan won the third prize in a drawing competition that was organized by Faber Castle Company. She was also appointed by her school (SMP 4 Abiansemal) to represent the school for another drawing competition that will be held in the coming weeks. She was v

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23 Mar

BEST STUDENTS 2008 – 2009

Academic Achievements Dwiga M and Yoga P passed their national exam for primary school with average grades that were higher than 8.0 (out of 10.0). Yoga’s grade was 8.87 while Dwiga’s grade was 9.05. Dwiga even could pass his mathematic exam with a perfec

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23 Mar

STORY OF RISTIASIH

Ristiasih, a widow of Made Wija, takes care and looks after her three daughters by running a small shop in front of her house and tailoring business as well. Using her manual sewing machine, she sews sorts of shirts by orders. She often gets orders throug

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23 Mar

STORY OF ENDANG ISNANIK

Talking about Endang is talking about a woman with great motivation in fighting against her illnesses. She has been living with half of her body paralyzed specifically her legs for about eight years. When the bomb attacked Paddy’s café her late husband wa

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23 Mar

STORY OF TUMINI

Coming from an underprivileged family encouraged Tumini to be a strong woman who has never given up fighting to reach her dream of seeing her beloved daughter, Dewi Yuliani getting better education. Her husband died when Dewi was three years old, which fo

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23 Mar

STORY OF ADOPTA

In the first weeks after the bomb blast in Legian in 2002, Warti, Jontri, Rastini, Erniati, and Endang and their children were very shocked as they knew they had lost their husbands and fathers in that tragedy. So many tears could not help them stop their

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23 Mar

SECOND SKIN FOR YAYUK

Yayuk has been hoping and praying for her additional second-skin for her injured arm. After getting further skin surgery on her arm which was badly burnt in the 2002 bombings, Yayuk must wear second-skin for a specific amount of time. She had an operation

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23 Mar

ANNIE FAITHFULL VISIT

Anny & Barry Faithful, and Graham & Leony Moore came to Bali In August 2010. They spent half a day meeting with Ibu Rencini and her daughters at their villa, where they swam and socialized. The four donors were also happy to spend the day with Ibu Rencini

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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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