This Bachelor thesis is the final assignment of the study European Public Administration. This study is the result of a research conducted in Bali to investigate the accessibility and quality of primary education for orphans in this Indonesian province. I have learned many things from the people and children living in Bali in the 21 weeks I was there. I would like to thank Hans Vossensteyn and Nikolaus Wayan Suyasa for supporting and supervising me during my entire internship and conducted research. Their support was very valuable for the final product of my Bachelor Thesis. I want to thank the operational managers of the WINS Foundation, the teachers and head masters who helped me conducting my research, the founders and operational managers of the visited orphanages, and the Balinese children for making me smile every day with their smiles. My special thanks go to my host family who took care of me in every way during my stay. They showed me what Bali is while taking me to temples and letting me participate with them in big ceremonies. Finally I want to thank my parents, brothers and friends for always supporting me to pursuit my goals.