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Mar 2015
24 Mar

DONOR VISIT

Ni Kadek Jensen During her annual visit to Bali, Ibu Kadek always pays a visit to her sponsored child, Luh. This time, she brought along pictures from her visit when Luh was still at elementary school. It is hard to believe how time goes by so quickly, no

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24 Mar

EKA RAHMAYUNI

A well known American author came to visit recently to conduct research for her new novel about the Bali bombings. The author of A NIGHT LIKE THIS and DIRTY WORDS, Ellen went with Field Officer Ida to visit a some of the KIDS’s families. Out of these meet

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24 Mar

BEST ACHIEVEMENTS OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2011 - 2012

The second quarter distribution for the KEMBALI Scholarship Program has been successfully completed on October last year. At this event, we gave prizes to our best scholars who have achieved outstanding academic performance to acknowledge their hard work.

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24 Mar

PAINTING PROJECT WITH INSPIRASIA FOUNDATION

The Inspirasia Foundation, one of YKIP’s supporters recently has successfully held the opening of their new building, The Annika Linden Centre on October 13, 2012. The opening of The Annika Linden Centre marks a new beginning for Inspirasia Foundation, th

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24 Mar

RIP CURL SCHOOL OF SURF

Rip Curl School of Surf sponsored a half-day of surfing lessons (and lunch!) to eleven KEMBALI students (and the YKIP director) in March. After stretching and learning how to use a surfboard on the sand, we braved the waters at Double Six beach in Kuta an

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24 Mar

AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS VOLUNTEER

Gillian Welstead is an Australian Business Volunteer who was with YKIP and our partners for three months (June-September 2009). Gillian held a number of workshops on Communication Skills, Strategic Planning, Delegating, Proposals and Reporting and more wi

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24 Mar

EDDIE BRINGS MAGIC TO BALI!

Eddie Goldstein is a Space Science Educator from the Denver Musuem of Natural History as well as a magician. In July 2009 he brought his magic hat of tricks to two schools in Bali (SD 12 Sanur and SD 2 Abianbase, Kapal) to entertain the troops. The kids (

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24 Mar

SUCCESS STORY: THE PURSUIT OF DREAMS

“..Since I was a little girl, I always wanted to become a teacher someday and teach people to read and write… as I experienced the first time when I learnt to read and write, and then I was able to explore the world in a way I never had before. I wish eve

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24 Mar

EVERYWHERE ARE BOOKS

We have put in six libraries in 2009 in Buruan, Batuan Kaler, Loh Tunduh, and Abianbase villages. Starting off with a small collection of books to see if the students will use them, and to ascertain which titles are the most popular, we will do continuing

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23 Mar

THE DANCE COMPANY

Fantasia by The Dance Company On May 31, 2008 The Dance Company, one of Bali’s schools of ballet and contemporary dance, held their school recital in Kuta. Over 300 people attended to watch 109 dancers (mostly under the age of 12 with one 2-year old (!) a

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23 Mar

SYZYGY PRODUCTIONS

Syzygy Productions/Eat Pray Love The production team of EAT PRAY LOVE, Syzygy Productions of Jakarta, donated office supplies, furniture and set accessories to YKIP and its’ partner charities after the shooting of this film was over in December 2010. Seen

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23 Mar

COMMUNITY PROJECT

On 15 January 2012, YKIP organized a focus group discussion (FGD) for the university students. The FGD aims to enable the group of university sponsored students to organize a program as their giving back to the community. The sponsored students decided

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23 Mar

PARTNERSHIP WITH HOTEL KARTHI

Hotel Karthi located in Kuta, Bali, is well-known for its quality services to their visitors, proven by the high rate of visitor’s return. Its affiliation with other hotels has made this hotel a great potential partner for YKIP in implementing the Vocatio

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23 Mar

PARTNERSHIP WITH RUMAHDESAIN, BALI

RumaDesain, located in Tabanan, Bali, is a great example for graduates who want to start a business in graphic design. This company was established in 2004 by a young entrepreneur named Jaya. Limited financial resource does not cause him to give up on sta

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23 Mar

PARTNERSHIP WITH VILLA LE JARDIN BALI

Le Jardin Villa, located in Seminyak Bali, is well-known for its great luxury services for the guests. As a company working for the hospitality industry, they require quality human resources. Hence, most of their employees have a minimum qualification of

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23 Mar

ARTNERSHIP WITH ALPHA OMEGA COMPUTER

Alpha Omega Computer, is located on Jalan Sudirman Denpasar, is one of the largest computer hardware distributors in Bali. Upon our explanation about Vocational Education Scholarship Program during our meeting in October 2011, the director of the company

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This is a very difficult time for all of us. The outbreak of COVID-19 has affected so many people around the world, as WHO declared the outbreak a global health concern and characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic in March. As a response to this, YKIP has taken some necessary steps to prevent the spread of the virus:

Implementing Working from Home Policy

As the Indonesian government advised all the citizens to halt the spread of the coronavirus by practicing social distancing, YKIP staff started to work from home on Monday, 23 March 2020 until further notice. All staff are working remotely from their own home and only go to the office for an urgent matter.

Postponing all the field work

YKIP temporarily stopped all field-related work, including surveys and monitoring, starting the beginning of March. The last field work was the vocational candidate survey. We will continue to do our field work as soon when the government advises that it is safe to work as normal.  

Postponing the donation distribution

It is with a heavy heart that YKIP decided to postpone the 4th quarter donation distribution. It was scheduled mid-April, but due to more reported cases of COVID-19 infection in the region, the distribution is rescheduled until it is conducive to safe social activity. We realize that this decision will be very hard for all of us, especially for the children in our KEMBALI program, however it is necessary to prevent further spreading of the virus and for the safety of our sponsored children and their community.

We will do our best to minimize the effect of the COVID-19 outbreak to everyone working with YKIP.


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