Annika Linden is an incubator and centre of excellence for non-profits and social work. Home to four non-profits including DNetwork, Pusbadi Bali, YPK Bali and the Annika Linden Centre itself, it is a world class facility, providing access to quality services for people with disabilities from some of the most impoverished areas in Bali and Eastern Indonesia.
Students will be placed and work with the ALC team, DNetwork, YPK team and Pusbadi Bali to solve issues related to management and marketing for social enterprises and non-profits. Students will be exposed to challenges social businesses face in the Indonesian context and how they relate to the economic and social realties of the country.
This project could be of interest to students from Law, Business and Occupational Therapy.
This program will incur a fee, which includes accommodation, most meals and project-related travel. Students will also be required to pay for their flights to and from their placement, visas, vaccinations and additional meals.
OS-Help Loans of up to $6,500 are available to help students with funding their overseas community engagement.
Please register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch with further information on the registration process.
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