Residents of Bali, whose livelihoods have been threatened by the pandemic’s impact on the island’s tourism industry, line up to collect food and sanitary essentials from Project Nasi, a charitable organisation set up by Australian expats. Photo: Project Nasi
Mercedes Hutton
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It is not all bad news from Bali – expat-founded charities give back to the island’s inhabitants

  • The Indonesian island, which relies heavily on tourism to support its economy, recorded almost no visitors in April
  • A number of charitable organisations have sprung up to help those who rely on an influx of arrivals for their livelihood
Residents of Bali, whose livelihoods have been threatened by the pandemic’s impact on the island’s tourism industry, line up to collect food and sanitary essentials from Project Nasi, a charitable organisation set up by Australian expats. Photo: Project Nasi
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