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Mar 2015
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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23 Mar

PARTNERSHIP WITH MANDARA SPA

Mandara Spa is one of largest spa companies in the world. They run their business in 27 countries with an outstanding reputation for their spa therapists. They have been running their business in Bali for more than 15 years. Mandara Spa Bali, which is loc

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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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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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