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

About 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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