Orphanage / Home

YKPA has two homes, one for teens and disabled kids in the city, the other for small kids in the rice fields. All eligible kids go to school, get healthcare, and self-esteem building activities.

Its a huge effort to care well for them, and many challenges. So much more is needed, and so many more kids need help.

Street Kids School

Tourists have money. The village poor have little, and have too many kids, and fathers that dont...work, so certain subculture villages send their kids to begging in the tourist areas.

Its bad, hot, thirsty, hungry, dirty, poor diet and health. And if you ask them what they really want, its "school"!

YKPA has 10 years of helping these kids in many ways, there is more needed.

 

For 10 years, YKPA has been offering informal classes, following kids around where they move to; on the beach, the slums, the YKPA center, and now, a drop-in informal elementary school, located in a small rented store; not far from the luxury Discovery Mall in Kuta. It is taught by a government licensed teacher and includes children from 4-12. Approximately 25 children are in the pool of kids who attend 3 days/week.

Several children have already passed the government 'equivalency test' for elementary school. Others have learned some level of math, readying and writing, and also exposure to simple computing, and art. Many stunted growth kids have had nutritious meals while there. Some have been taken to doctors for obvious health problems.

YKPA has provided this type of schooling since 2007, starting on a beach, then the city slums, then at their orphanage, and now in the store, as their living conditions and locations change frequently.

Whats it cost?  (real figures coming soon)
$1,200/yr for the teacher
$1,200/yr store rental
$1,200/yr meals, logistics, managing

Medical/surgical care, Sumba, women shelter, aid to remote villages, etc coming soon

 

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