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Newsletter Vol. II April 2021

A year of perseverance

Last month marks the one year of the COVID-19 Pandemic. It means that we have been changed our way of life for more than a year. It has been a very hard year for all of us. There are many people who lost their income and so many people need more support more than before.

However, we found something that's not changed at all. The spirit of helping other people is even bigger than ever. Thank you for keep supporting us and the sponsored students in any way possible. Thank you for being there for YKIP and the students.

Your support really means a lot to the sponsored students. We are grateful to have such great supporters like you.

Now we bring you some stories from the field for you. You can see the full newsletter here. Happy reading!
 

Dinda, New YKIP Family Member

YKIP is delighted to announce our newest addition of finance and accounting staff, Dinda. Dinda was YKIP sponsored student in KEMBALI and Vocational Scholarship Program. YKIP is happy that our former student chooses to be a part of the YKIP journey in providing better education for the unprivileged students in Bali. Welcome aboard Dinda.

Read the full story of Dinda here

 

Vocational Story: Winning Two Video Competitions

One of our students in the Vocational Scholarship Program, Rizky won two video competitions. Besides of his very tight schedule, he and his friend managed to join the competition and got second place in the competition. 

Rizky also actively involved in several in-campus activities. Read his story here.   

Children in KIDS Program: What are they up to?

Wirat Continue His Study to Visual Communication Design

 
Wirat will graduate from Vocational High School in a few weeks. He decided to continue his education in Visual Communication Design. He chose the field because he was in Multimedia Major during his Vocational High School. 

Get more of his story here. 
  

Cantika: Grade 11 Senior High School

 
Cantika, the youngest student in KIDS program is now in grade 11. Cantika  aspired to be an actuarist and she is preparing her way to become one. To make her dream comes true, she is taking extra class after school.

Read her full story here

KEMBALI Best Student Story: Riris and Her Dream


Riris was announced as the best students of KEMBALI Scholarship Program in Karangasem for the academic year 2019-2021. Not only she is an outstanding student academic performance, but she also actively involved in several activities in her school. She joined several competitions before she has to study from home due to the pandemic. 
She applied for YKIP Vocational Scholarship Program and would like to study Accounting and Taxation in Alfa Prima Karangasem. 

Find out her story here
 
Thank you for reading the stories of our programs. We wish that we will be able to continue the program for years to come. If you are interested in helping students in Bali to continue their studies, click the button below to donate. 
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