Global Children Care from Australia is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping disadvantaged children in Bali.
* Since late 2002 our organization has been providing education and healthcare programs to children in Bali.
* Currently 10,000 children and their communities plus 13 rural village schools have benefited from our programs.
Project Plans from 2024
We are now focused on raising funding for our Education Programs including our Environmental Care Program.
These programs will benefit a minimum of 750 children weekly in disadvantaged village schools whilst giving employment and training to local teachers and mentoring local staff.
Future Additional Projects
We have also been invited to work in India with rural disadvantaged village children. In order for us to proceed with these projects we will need sufficient on going donations, plus long term funding and grants to sustain them.
Our projects will also provide employment and training for local community members and teachers in impoverished areas.
Thanks to the generosity of our volunteer staff, Global Children Care is able to run three small operational centres in:
- Sydney, Australia
- Bali, Indonesia
- Later on we will establish a small admin centre in India.
We believe all children deserve a good education and health care to enable and empower them grow up to achieve their goals and live their dreams and to become valuable members of their communities. We provide disadvantaged children in rural areas with the education and healthcare they need to and break out of the cycle of poverty.
Global Children Care from Australia is dedicated to changing the lives of disadvantaged children in Bali by providing them with access to high quality education and healthcare.
Global Children Care works with local village communities and schools to improve the education and care of children aged 6 to 13 years. Thanks to our programs which benefit children, we also provide employment for local people in the communities we serve. All our work is in full respect for local religious beliefs, as well as cultural values and customs.