Posts Tagged: bali

An Unforgettable Experience with Students of Udayana University Denpasar

By Merdekawati, EBPP English Teacher Monday, 12th June 2017 was an unforgettable experience for EBPP Cegi students Junior and senior high school. This time they had a visit from students of Udayana University, International Liaison Department, about 30 students. At 8.00 a.m. they arrived at Daya Bamboo Centre and Welcomed by… Read more »

Toilets for Belong Community Bring Benefits of Total Sanitation

By Komang Kurniawan, Chairman & Team Leader Belong Hamlet is a hamlet (dusun) that is located on an east slope of Mount Agung. This hamlet is one of 19 hamlets located in Ban Village. A wide dry river bed as an ex lava stream, formed by Mount Agung eruption in… Read more »

REPORTS FROM THE FIELD: EBPP Schools Songwriting with Music Seeds International (MSI)

By Ross Green, Director MSI. Expert Volunteer Through chance meetings, good will, and providence I found myself on an airplane headed for Bali last month. My name is Ross, and I started a music charity for kids eight years ago. We started in Nepal and have since been to eight… Read more »


By Tess Goulsbra, EBPP Volunteer Art Therapist, March 2014 When I first started with East Bali Poverty Project I was nervous. I had so many ideas, but at the beginning, I was unsure how I was going to put them into practice. When I met the team I felt overwhelmed by… Read more »

By Chanelle Lauren Cox, EBPP Documentary Volunteer 13th February 2012: I have been assisting with the development of an awareness video for East Bali Poverty Project (EBPP) for the past few weeks. Over this time, I have become very familiar with various footage and images of suffering communities, EBPP programs,… Read more »

By Lindsay Burns, EBPP Volunteer WOMEN who divorce their husbands and become single working mums through choice are incredibly rare in Bali. But it was these exact circumstances that led 27-year-old Kadek Indah to the doors of EBPP, where she became the first local woman to actively help the villagers…. Read more »

By Lindsay Burns, EBPP Volunteer It was 6am on 22nd of September 2011 and a thin crescent moon perched above a volcano-shaped lilac cloud framed by palms still vivid in the silvery morning light on the edge of Denpasar, Bali’s capital city. Maybe it was because it was so early… Read more »

By Lindsay White and Aaron Fishman – Volunteer Health Advisers November 27, 2011 – What do you put on a wound to stop bleeding?  Cobwebs?  Leaves?  Gasoline? During our 2 months working with EBPP, we taught the staff quite a bit about first aid, but may have learned just as… Read more »

  By Aris Harianto, EBPP Marketing & PR Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most serious diseases in Indonesia and the problem is that communities, such as those in mountainous East Bali, have little chance of getting it identified or treated due to their remoteness from government health centres and… Read more »

By Elia Simantov, EBPP volunteer Music Programme Developer 30th June 2011: Towards the end of the year 2000, just over two years after David started working to alleviate the extreme poverty and dire conditions at the mountain villages of Desa Ban in East Bali, one of his visions was for… Read more »