Breaking the cycle of
poverty through education

Our Programs

Since 2002 YKIP run the program below:

KIDS Scholarship Program

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Kembali Scholarship Program

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Vocational Scholarship Program

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University Scholarship Program

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Who We Are

Yayasan Kemanusiaan
Ibu Pertiwi

Established in 2002, Yayasan Kemanusiaan Ibu Pertiwi (YKIP) is a charity foundation with commitments to improving access to education for children in Bali.  

The foundation, initially set up to provide relief efforts to the First Bali Bomb victims, has expanded its initial programs to include education services through a scholarship program. This program gives children the chance to continue studies from elementary school to university to improve life in the future. With the spirit of enhancing the life quality of those in need in Bali through education, YKIP programs have now covered five regencies and one city in Bali, reaching out to less underprivileged children from varied education levels. 

 

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You can support the children in the programs by donating to our campaign. Click to campaign to find out more information.  

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Non - monetary support

Your support means everything to them

You can support YKIP program through your business or company. Please contact us at info@ykip.org if you have the opportunity below for our students.

  1. Training opportunity
  2. Internship opportunity
  3. Mentoring opportunity
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Recent News

2021 in Numbers

Although 2021 is a hard year for everyone, YKIP is grateful for all the pouring support from all of you so that we could continue our programs. So many happy things happen…

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Thank you for your support in 2021

We just enter the new year 2022, and we are grateful for the support we received in 2021. It was indeed a hard year for everyone, with the spiking case of Covid…

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KIDS Student’s Story: Izzul and His Japan Inspired Arts

Izzul, one of the sponsored students in KIDS Scholarship Program, a scholarship program for the bomb victims' children, is interested in Japanese-themed visual arts. Since he was young, he draws Japanese-style drawings.…

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