- Equipment for Bali Sehat Medical Clinic in the Karangasem Region
- Kedampal Water Project
- Rotaract Mobile Library Project
- Sewing for Living
- Support for the following groups:
- Supporting children to continuing go to school
- Working with John Fawcett Foundation
- Various projects focusing on HIV education, healthy hygiene, clean water supplies, and support for women and children
- Supporting WEHEA project for preservation of tropical forest in Kalimantan
- Disaster Respond Aid Covid-19 March – April 2020
- Postpone – Chili Cook Off at Melting Pot Ubud 22th March 2020
- Women Supporting Women
- Jim Hook Memories
- Wonderful Heart of Julia Parini
- Backpack for Children, by Bali Children’s Project
- World Polio Day, October 24th 2019
- Hosted Miss Teen Great Britain Imogen Chapman by Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset.
- Handover Officer Rotary Club Ubud Sunset 2019/2020
- 10th Aniversary Rotary Club of Bali Ubud Sunset
- We Can, They Can’t
- 5th Annual Christmas Fundraising Dinner 2018
- September Birthdays
- July Birthdays
- March Birthdays
- February Birthdays
- Rotary World Wide – Doing good!
- 4 April – President of Rotary Club Colorado Springs Interquest to visit
- Books for Balinese Schools
- Bluu Karangasem Water project handover 3 Jan 2016
- Child Helmet Project is up & running thanks to Terri & Penny
- Two Important Briefs Available
- Vision Quest: Bringing Vision to Indonesia’s Blind
- Purchase a Screening Voucher
and Save a Friend’s Life
- FUNraiser: Jazz Night with
The Hogan Brothers
- Oz Singer Gyan Benefits RCBUS to Assist HIV/AIDS Clinic
- Ubud’s HIV/AIDS Clinic Opens Officially!
- Mary Jane Edleson on Sustainable Tourism
- ‘Body Music’ Was a Great Success!
- RCBUS Hosts Successful RYLA 2013
- What does a Water Project Look Like?
- HAPPY NEW YEAR
- Nest Box for Bali Starling
Saturday August 15 2020 our club members Tika, Brian Goldman, Kadek Erawan, Hans Schmid , Made (Brians wife), Feby and Abi are visiting Walter and Sabine Roeb-Rienas Germanist who has a house in Sengkidu Manggis Karangasem Bali. Walter been proposing to be a member of Rotary club of Cologne Germany. Started on June 8 2020 Walter and Sabine provided food to community of Sengkidu, many of village members lost of their job while the pandemic, the chief of Sengkidu gave them a list of people in there who need help, so they provide meal every day for around 102 people. Our club support them that day with club funding, sacks of rice and face masks. Thanks for your kind and loving hearts for community in Bali
Congratulations are in order On June 29, 2020, Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset [RCBUS] announced its new Board of Directors: Kartika Dewi will serve as President and Immediate Past President, Kadek Erawan as President Elect, Brian Goldman as Treasurer, Sue Bishop as Secretary, Ray Bishop as Fundraising Chair, Marion Hook as Communications Chair, and Dora as Youth Community services. The properly socially distanced meeting was held at Café Hana in Ubud. Members also joined in via Zoom from as far away as Australia as we embraced the “new normal”. Hans Schmid was welcomed as RCBUS’ newest member.
RCBUS proudly continues to grow its membership, even during the current chaotic social environment. We are able to do this because we are Rotarians committed to providing and competing projects that have a lasting, positive impact on the local community.
We may be a small group of people, but we have instituted positive, sustainable change. An example – Last year our new Board members and club member were announced during a meeting at Tegal Dukuh Camp in Taro. Its owner, environmentalist Wayan Wardika, told us of his ideas to improve the physical and economic environment of the region. RCBUS raised money to purchase a machine for Wayan that chops organic waste into compost. The machine has been purchased from funds members raised on 3 different continents and is in use. As a result, compost can now be made quickly, so almost all the area’s organic waste is being converted into compost. That compost is being distributed to local farmers who are using it to grow food for their families and their livestock and to sell in the markets. People are eating healthier food and living in a less toxic, more chemical free environment. Less refuse is being taken to landfills which are actually overflowing. Extra compost is being sold to private homeowners, hotels, resorts and restaurants to use in their landscaping. That improves the economy tremendously in the Taro area. RCBUS helped to literally change the physical environment, the economic environment and the health of this beautiful village. Wayan, who is orchestrating this wonderful endeavor, said that he was so excited when the machine arrived, he forgot to eat lunch.
Projects for 2020 include the following:
More information about RCBUS’ projects can be found at http://rotarybaliubudsunset.org/club-projects/.
If you would like to join this dynamic group of people who love Bali and work to help the people who live here, information to do so can be found at http://rotarybaliubudsunset.org/how-to-become-an-rcbus-member/
NEXT MEETING September 14th 2020, 6:00-6:40 PM will be held via zoom
the link will be available a day before.