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BASA balinese Language Preservation

Org #50785
Vetted since 2018
2011
year founded
$15,288
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission is to keep the Balinese language alive for the next generations. To help keep Balinese strong, we are developing a Balinese Cultural Wiki Dictionary/Encyclopedia which creates an important resource for the local and international community and engages community members and scholars, both in Bali and internationally, to take action now, before it is too late. We want to a) stop the decline of the Balinese langauge, b) increase the number of speakers, c) make sure the next generation can still speak the language and also d) provide a model for supporting other language communities. Our goal is that by 2023, 100% of Balinese kids who are spoken to in Balinese can answer in B... read more

Project Leaders
Alissa Stern
Alissa Stern
Team
Alissa Stern
Organization Information
6517 Wiscasset Rd
Bethesda, MD 20816
United States
3012545704

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #8268948678
Organization Information
6517 Wiscasset Rd
Bethesda, MD 20816
United States
3012545704

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #8268948678

Project Reports

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Dec 23, 2019
End of Year 2019
Local Languages aren't as cute as panda bears, but they are also endangered... As we near the end of the International Year of Indigenous Languages, we reflect on Secretary-General Antonio...
Dec 23, 2019
End of Year 2019
Local Languages aren't as cute as panda bears, but they are also endangered... As we near the end of the International Year of Indigenous Languages, we reflect on Secretary-General Antonio...
Jul 2, 2019
The 2nd Adventure of the Balinese Superhero
Without warning, a fierce wind sprang up in Room 21. The book that Luh Ayu Manik and her friends were reading shook and then flew about the room. And from the pages of the dirty, torn and tattered...
 
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