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22 Mar

JAVA SITE VISIT 2009

As a part of YKIP/YKIDS’s commitment to providing best services to the families of the Bali bombing victims, we conducted a three-day visit to East Java, started from 11th to 13th August 2009. This was the second visit to Java since the new YKIP/YKIDS’s F

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22 Mar

FUNDRAISING BY TANGLIN TRUST SCHOOL

Charlie Lyon (a fifth grader at Tanglin Trust School in Singapore) on his own initiative in 2006, wanted to support a charity and chose YKIP-YKIDS. In 2007-2008 they donated Sing $4,373 and in 2008-2009 Sing $3,849

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22 Mar

JAVA SITE VISIT 2008

As a part of YKIP-YKIDS’s commitment to providing the best services for the families of the Bali Bombing victims, we conducted a three-day site visit to East Java. The field and administrative officer (FOA)

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22 Mar

SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF BALI BOMBING 2002

Australian Consulate General in Bali held the sixth anniversary of the Bali bombing 2002. Representative of Indonesian, Australian and other nations who lost people in this tragedy gathered together in the memorial garden of Australian Consulate

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22 Mar

THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF BALI BOMBING 2005

Australian Consulate General in Bali held a ceremony to commemorate the loss of life, and acknowledge those who survived and the families of victims on 1 October 2008. The 2005 Bali bombings were a series of explosions that occurred on October 1, 2005, in

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22 Mar

LONG ROAD TO HEAVEN

The film Long Road to Heaven, produced by Nia Dinata was inspired by the events of 12 October 2002. The film also tries to present both the bombers’ and victims’ viewpoints. According to Kalyana Shira Films

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22 Mar

CAREER DAY 2011

YKIP held a half-day Career Day Workshop on 28th March 2011 at the Hotel Patricia in Denpasar. Thirteen students attended the workshop as well as all of the current YKIP staff.

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22 Mar

CAREER DAY WORKSHOP 2010

YKIP/YKIDS held a half-day Career Day Workshop on 28th March 2010 at the Hotel Oranjje in Denpasar. Twenty eight students attended the workshop as well as all of the current YKIP staff and former YKIP staff came as volunteers

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YKIP as an organization which provides education support is trying to complete the services to the students by providing a youth career planning program. The program aims to equip YKIP’s Senior High School sponsored students with knowledge and skills that will help them determine their future plans once they graduate high school.

This event encompasses a series of activities as follows:

  • Presentation and discussion about profession, in which we hope the students will have the opportunity to broaden their knowledge about several profession choices (Grade 11 & 12);
  • Sessions of soft skill development where the students can learn how to make a good resume and application letter, including tips on how to prepare themselves for a job interview (Grade 12);
  • Information on higher education scholarship (Grade 12);
  • Motivation building and critical thinking exercises for each workshop session (Grade 11).

This year, there are 184 students consisting of 10 sponsored KIDS children and 174 sponsored KEMBALI students of Grade 11 and 12 in the current 2014/2015 Academic Year. By providing the opportunity for these future high school graduates, we expect that they will improve their knowledge and soft skills, which would be useful when making their plans and preparing themselves for employment opportunities.

The workshop will take place on December 13th – 14th, 2014 at Balai Budaya Gianyar, Bali. Each grade level will participate in a one day workshop session. The workshop will be facilitated by YKIP project team with the volunteers support and other network partners.

This workshop event is sponsored by:


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