Integrated Rehabilitation Centre

Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK) Bali (Bali Humanity Care Foundation)

YPK Bali established in 2001 as a response to the need of low-income communities for their physical rehabilitation. Start with its rehabilitation in 2001, YPK Bali has developed its program with informal education (2009), mobile clinic (2010) and the BaliRungi program for prevention of hearing loss. The YPK served the entire Bali Province, however some our clients come from Java, Lombok and Sumba. The total number of our clients since it was established until the end of 2019 is 52,750 people. In the near future, YPK will establish a Nursing Home for elderly people with disabilities who are alone, neglected and not cared for by their families. YPK Bali's achievements in 2019 were as winners of the Best Social Welfare Institutions (Foundations) in the Bali Province and were also selected as the first rank of the Best Indonesian Exemplary Social Welfare Institutions in 2019.


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Improving the quality of life of people with disabilities through an integrated rehabilitation centre to reach their potentials, improve their social skills and become independent.

Seeking support

Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK) Bali (Bali Humanity Care Foundation)

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Financial support

Grant

Amount

US$33,000


Non-financial support

Access to Networks, Fundraising and/or Revenue Strategy, Marketing and Communication

Access to Networks

  • YPK needs to develop its services more professionally and to learn more about the innovative programs in physical rehabilitation.

Fundraising and/or Revenue Strategy

  • YPK seeks the opportunity to raise funds to support its program on rehabilitation, education, mobile clinic, hearing impairment, and residential care facilities/nursing home.

Marketing and Communication

  • How to build YPK branding in the community locally and internationally, including how to market YPK’s program.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • 03 - Good Health and Well-Being
  • 04 - Quality Education

Problem

In the Balinese tradition, people believe that a person with disability is caused by their karma from the past life. This is a shame for their family, especially from the low education and income families background. They hide this family members and limit their socialization. This tradition and mindset are very difficult to break. We need a strategy to get them out of their environment and provide them with access to innovative and integrated rehabilitation where they not only get physical but also social rehabilitation. As a result, they get accepted by the community and regain their rights as a community member.

To carry this out, YPK Bali uses a school bus to ensure the children with disabilities come for rehabilitation and attend school regularly and for adults to get therapy and participate in social programs in public places. However, the school bus is old for them to use.

Solution

The solution is to replace the old school bus, which requires very high maintenance costs, with a new one but still the same capacities. Funding for the replacement transport will be done either through fundraising event and through networking for grants seeking.

Ask

We are seeking USD33,000 in grant to purchase a vehicle that will be used as a school bus and the matching budget will be contributed by YPK, which includes petrol and maintenance.


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Purnawan Budisetia
Purnawan Budisetia Founder and Director YPK Bali

Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK) Bali (Bali Humanity Care Foundation)

YPK Bali established in 2001 as a response to the need of low-income communities for their physical rehabilitation. Start with its rehabilitation in 2001, YPK Bali has developed its program with informal education (2009), mobile clinic (2010) and the BaliRungi program for prevention of hearing loss. The YPK served the entire Bali Province, however…

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