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Our Work

At Project Nasi, we are working hard to support local families and communities who have lost their income due to Covid-19, and provide the young people of these communities with pathways to create a successful future.

Founded in 2020, our work is dedicated to relieving poverty and advancing social welfare by providing food support to those who are living on an insufficient income, and training and education opportunities for disadvantaged young people, to give them a chance to create a successful future for themselves. 

We welcome you to join in our endeavours to support those who are currently unable to support themselves, and make the world a better place. Read on and get in touch to learn how you can become part of the change.

Since April 2020...

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FOOD PACKS

A food pack is calculated to last a family of four for four days.

Project Nasi packed and handed out

10,968 packs

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MEALS

Rice usually doubles in weight and triples in volume when cooked.

So far Project Nasi has distributed

472,466 meals

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RICE

With food packs and bulk drops, Project Nasi distributed more than

59.7 tons of rice

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Food Pack Distribution

Project Nasi hands out food packs every week. They contain essentials such as rice, noodles, vegetables, eggs, oil and salt. 

To support the local economy, we buy products from local suppliers to increase our impact by not only handing out food but also by supporting local farmers and shops. 

Food Drops to Remote Areas and Orphanages

Sometimes we have been contacted by people who are part of or know of communities which are in need of support. We have been able to support several such communities and orphanages with bulk drops and food packs. 

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Beyond Bali

While there is always more that can be done to help those in need in our community, there’s no doubt that others need our help, too. Bali's neighboring island Nusa Lembongan has been hit hard by the absence of tourist, mainly travelers from Bali who visit the small island for a night or two. 

Project Nasi has done several bulk drops and supported the community with a special fundraiser for medical and health support of the island's babies and elderly.

Future Vision

While providing immediate food support will always be a core function of Project Nasi, it is also our goal to implement long term solutions. As part of this initiative we are currently developing education and training programs which will provide young people in struggling communities with pathways to create a successful future for themselves.

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