Have you ever wondered how YKIP keeps track of our beneficiaries’ progress? When does the activity occur? How has the procedure gone?
We do have this information for you, though!
We offer educational support to underprivileged kids in Bali through the Yayasan Kemanusiaan Ibu Pertiwi (YKIP) KEMBALI Scholarship Program so they can finish their 12 years of education. The KEMBALI Scholarship Program operates in 13 different locations of Bali, and we execute a number of different events all year long to make sure our mission is successful. The second phase survey is one of our initiatives.
This survey aims to provide current information on the family’s social and economic condition as well as to track the educational progress of our sponsored children. A KEMBALI Field Officer will visit the sponsored child’s home directly on the direction of a Project Manager.
It is fairly difficult to get to each student’s home because the majority of our sponsored children live in remote regions. During the survey activities, we may face a number of things, including limited road access, no cell phone connection, and erratic weather. Additionally, we frequently have trouble locating the children’s home.
During the 2nd phase survey, we will be asking relevant information from the family as well as collecting supported photographs. Through the survey, YKIP will be able to know:
All of the data will be entered into the YKIP database and sent to the project manager for additional analysis and program evaluation.
We hope this information is useful. If you need to know more about how YKIP Scholarship Program run, please do not hesitate to send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.