Annual review 2021 and future plans
2021 was a year in which Bali Care Foundation slowly shifted its focus from short-term solutions to sustainable, long-term solutions. A year in which the foundation expanded its network of volunteers and partnerships with local foundations. In 2022 Bali Care Foundation will focus (even) more on sustainable solutions. For example, the water filters and education projects will be further expanded.
The corona story of Putu and Kadek
The coronavirus has hit local residents in Bali hard. Bali Care Foundation would like to inform you about the current situation around Corona and the consequences it has for the local population. In this article a local family consisting of Putu and his wife Kadek together with their two children tell their story. They tell how they experience Corona and how they deal with it until today.
Disabled people in Bali
Bali Care Foundation is continuously working to identify residents in need and to provide them with the right help. In this blog we would like to tell you more about the disabled people in Bali. The situations we encounter, how parents and family members deal with children with a disability and how we as a foundation can offer a helping hand.
Coronavirus/COVID-19 in Bali
It was early March 2020. The coronavirus reached Indonesia and thus also the Indonesian island of Bali. Most tourists, students and digatal nomads decided to leave the island and return to their homeland. We decided to establish the Bali Care Foundation.
Clean drinking water for the people in need in Bali
Clean drinking water, how special is this? The fact that we in the Netherlands have clean drinking water is something we do not think about in our daily lives. We just turn on the tap, flush the toilet, turn on the garden sprinkler and we have unlimited access to water. This is a completely different story in Indonesia and therefore also in Bali.
Education for children in Bali
Recently Bali Care Foundation met the family in the picture above. This family consists of father, mother and 6 young children. The parents do not have sufficient (financial) resources and other possibilities to let their children go to school. Although primary education in itself is financed by the government, the parents themselves have to pay for uniforms, books, school supplies and transport.
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As long as there is poverty in Bali, we will continue to work with full conviction to improve living conditions. Donate today and make a difference!