Rotary Club Bali Nusa Dua (RCBND) recently presented a check for Rp. 65 million (US$5,400) to the Kerti Praja Foundation (YKP) to support efforts to deal with current health issues and support in the community. YKP delivers nutritional supplements to infants affected by HIV-AIDS up to the age of 18 months as well as vital medical supplies for the continuing operation of YKP’s Amertha Clinic.
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In an effort to ensure that children infected with HIV/AIDS
in Bali, RCBND
in cooperation with YKP
provides elementary school scholarships to 18 HIV
positive children in Bali.
To obtain funds for these activities, RCBND
holds a range of fund-raising activities including a Golf Tournament, Tennis Tournament and recently inaugurated Fashion Show and Culture Event, which raised over Rp. 60million. Proceeds from this charity event benefited The Bali Life Foundations Orphanage
in Ungasan and their educational programs.
Among the club’s other major community service programs is one facilitating cleft palate and other craniofacial surgery for underprivileged children on Bali with over 1,380 life-changing operations completed to date.
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coordinator for HIV/AIDS
programs Ari Murti presenting a check for Rp. 65 million to Emily Rowe from Kerti Praja Foundation?
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