DAMARA is a non-profit foundation supporting a better life for the children from poor farming families in Bali.
Damara Bali Foundation was established in 2015 and registered as a non-profit Indonesia Foundation (Yayasan) with the Indonesia Ministry of Law and Human Rights Indonesia. Founded by I Nengah Swikrama, who grew up in an orphanage and received education thanks to the support of other people’s generousity. He has worked for over 30 years to assist children living in orphanages. For the last 8 years before starting Damara he was the Director of Widhya Asih, managing an organisation that provides homes and education to over 500 children and helps with many community projects.
Although funds from the Indonesian government is expected to increase the amount of participation of students / learners, but there are still many children – who can not attend school, drop out of school and can not continue their education
We need US$ 10,000 for 20 cattles to empowering 10 poor families trough Damara integrated farming systems program. Integrated Farming Systems Program is a program for the welfare of rural farmers. The main activity is to integrate the cultivation of
Indonesia has made rapid development to ensure the rights of every child to education – 97% of children age 7-to -12 year olds in whole countries of Indonesia get same access to formal school. But, in fact, around 2.5 million
Organic farming is an alternative agricultural system that does not make use of poisonous chemicals but it relies on the use of natural, non-chemical materials or fertilizers of organic origin by reducing dependency of artificial chemicals to ensure the environment
The escalating waste which is polluting Bali’s formerly pristine environment demands a comprehensive waste solution. A public campaign without a good comprehensive collection system frustrates and demotivates the public as it cannot comply, and a collection system without a good