By Jerry Harter, KF13 Indonesia
During my three months in Bali, I gained an appreciation of people’s resourcefulness here. I encountered many ways that people make a living. Typically, families have multiple streams of income, although ‘trickles of income’ is a perhaps a more apt description.
Various small enterprises are cobbled together, depending on the resources and demand in the area. Often some money can be made from the land – crops, bee keeping, pig farming, a little more can be made from manufacturing – handicrafts, wood carving, brick making, and...Continue Reading >>