| Jun 28, 2023
Update Report Mar-Jun 2023
We are thrilled to provide an update on the remarkable progress and achievements at Suwung Community Center during this semester. The growth and accomplishments of our students have been truly outstanding, and we couldn't be prouder to share these developments with you.
First and foremost, we are delighted to announce that all the children at our center have successfully transitioned to higher classes. Their dedication and commitment to their studies have paid off, enabling them to reach significant milestones in their academic journeys. It is truly inspiring to witness their growth and advancement.
In addition to the academic achievements, we would also like to highlight the incredible progress made by the mothers at our center. They have shown tremendous enthusiasm and dedication in learning various sewing techniques. The skills they have acquired have allowed them to create a wide variety of beautiful garments. It is a joy to see them expanding their knowledge and honing their craft.
We believe that education is a lifelong journey, and the dedication and achievements of both the children and mothers at Suwung Community Center exemplify this belief. We are immensely proud of their hard work, perseverance, and the positive impact they have made on their lives.
We want to send our Gratitude to all of you who have been supporting us all along these few months.
We can’t thank you enough for your generosity and your kind heart. Below you can see a few updates for our Report. Feel free to share this report with your friends, family, and colleague so we can reach our target this year. Without all of your support we would not have reached our target!
Children attending the informal school show improvement in their ability to read and write in Bahasa and English, Computer, understanding of Math, developing in Sport, Music and Creativity
They show positive changes in their behaviour in terms of maintaining concentration in class, being respectful of teachers, a decline in aggressiveness towards other children, the ability to share with other children, to treat school property appropriately and be able to follow school rules.
These improved skills enable them to more easily transition to mainstream schooling where their success is greatly improved in staying long term.
It is expected that as a result of health education and free medical support the health and well–being of the beneficiaries is increase.
By receiving donations of clothing, personal toiletry items like shampoo, toothpaste, soap etc the standard of living is improving for the beneficiaries significantly.
We also distribute a regular 2 weeks of food supplies for the scavenger families in this difficult time which really helped them, and we also provided a meal every day for our kids who attending the centre.
We have 48 children average attendance per week. Currently, we have 3 staff who help to reach these families and bring them to our Centre and teach and educate the children and empower the mother’s.
We are looking forward to a better future for Bali and Indonesia. Thank You Very much for your support. God Bless
Piter & Lyna Panjaitan, BaliLife Directors