Articles taggés : east bali de la pauvreté

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, sur 30 students. At 8.00 a.m. they arrived at Daya Bamboo Centre and Welcomed byLire la suite »

One Day Visit from Dyatmika International School in Sanur

By Merdekawati, EBPP English Teacher On Thursday, June 8th, 2017 we welcomed the annual visit from Dyatmika School (from Sanur) to Pengalusan, EBPP school. There were twenty one students of primary level and four teachers. At 10.00 a.m., they arrived at Daya Bamboo Centre where Komang Kurniawan, EBPP team leader,… Lire la suite »

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… Lire la suite »

RÉFLEXIONS SUR UNE EXPÉRIENCE UN MOIS

Par Tess Goulsbra, EBPP bénévoles art-thérapeute, Mars 2014 Lorsque j'ai commencé avec le projet de la pauvreté est de Bali j'étais nerveux. J'ai eu tellement d'idées, mais au début, Je ne savais pas comment je vais les mettre en pratique. Lorsque je rencontrai l'équipe je me suis senti submergé par… Lire la suite »

Par Eliya Simantov, EBPP volunteer Music Programme Developer 24.12.11: We are extremely happy and proud to report on our talented students’ amazing performance at the Amankila Resort in Manggis, Candidasa, which took place just a few weeks ago on Christmas Eve. This is yet another dream of David Booth, EBPP de… Lire la suite »

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…. Lire la suite »

By Lindsay Burns, EBPP Volunteer THE discovery of whole families left brain-damaged by their meagre diet led East Bali Poverty Project (EBPP) founder, David Booth, to seek international aid in 1999 – enabling EBPP to eventually initiate 27 hamlet-based health clinics, fournir un meilleur accès aux soins de santé pour le 3500… Lire la suite »

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. Peut-être parce qu'il était si tôt,en… Lire la suite »

Par Lindsay Blanc et Aaron Fishman – Volunteer Santé Conseillers Novembre 27, 2011 – Qu'est-ce que vous mettez sur une plaie pour arrêter le saignement? Cobwebs? Feuilles? De l'essence? Au cours de notre 2 mois de travail avec EBPP, nous avons enseigné le personnel un peu sur les premiers soins, mais peut avoir appris tout comme… Lire la suite »

By Andres Rico, Stijn Segers and Vinu Narayanan: MBA Volunteers from Vlerick Management School, Belgium, Août 2011 Little imagination seemed to be required to picture a celebration day like Indonesian Independence Day. Many years had passed and with these many celebrations in the valley between Mounts Agung and Abang in… Lire la suite »