Bali Rainbow Community work closely with specialized NGO and support projects to increase HIV / AIDS awareness among LGBT community in Bali. We also assisting financially with test, treatment and outreach actions.
GAYA DEWATA FOUNDATION
The Gaya Dewata Foundation (YGD) Bali is a non-profit organisation concerned with sexual health, HIV/AIDS and sexuality issues among vulnerable and underserved Gay, MSM and Transgender communities of Bali. Main goal are:
- Increase awareness of sexual health issues in Bali, lower HIV transmission and empower people to take control of their health.
- Advocate for human rights for the LGBT community of Bali whilst building understanding and mutual respect within the Balinese community.
- Build and strengthen the LGBT community in Bali through outreach, education and empowerment.
- One-on-one and group information sessions for MSM, gay and transgender communities
- Community outreach
- HIV and sexual health counselling
- Referral and buddy system for STI screening and HIV testing
- Providing support for people living with HIV
- Advocacy with the wider community
Yayasan Gaya Dewata
Jalan Sakura IV No. 8, Denpasar 80233 Bali, Indonesia,
Phone +62 361 243 683, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.gayadewata.com
BALI PEDULI FOUNDATION
Bali Peduli Foundation was formed in 2011 by a group of concerned Bali residents under the guidance of Dr. Steve Wignall MD. Dr. Wignall is an HIV physician and clinical researcher; National Policy Advisor for M2M HIV policy to the Indonesian National AIDS Commission and Senior Medical Advisor to the Clinton Foundation’s efforts to increase access to treatment for HIV+ people in Papua Province. Yayasan Bali Peduli received its final legal status as a charity from the government of Indonesia in 2013. BALI PEDULI programs include:
- Clinical services
- HIV outreach and support
- Positive living fund
- HIV education
The Bali Peduli clinic run two HIV clinics. One in Denpasar and one in Gianyar. Clinic in Denpasar provides HIV services to the MSM community. Klinik Anggrek at Puskesmas II Ubud Sayan provides HIV/STI testing and treatment for the Gianyar regency and has a special focus on pregnant women, women and children, female sex workers, MSM (men who have sex with men), and IV drug users.
Outreach workers serve as buddies to provide support to people living with HIV (PLWH) who need assistance adjusting to medications or needing linkages to support services. The Positive Living program provides support to HIV+ women with children, HIV+ children who have been orphaned by parents deceased due to HIV.
The HIV Education program does presentations in banjars, community groups, schools and youth groups.
BALI PEDULI has been funded to date by generous private contributions, and grants from AusAID, AmFar (NYC), La Lucciola, Mel Wolf Foundation (US), Rotary Bali Ubud Sunset, and cash/in-kind lab equipment and supplies from Alere Corporation and MedQuest. The Ministry of Health of Indonesia provides free anti-retroviral drugs, drugs for treating sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and test kits and reagents for HIV and STI testing to Bali Peduli.
Yayasan Bali Peduli
OFFICE: Villa Beji Indah, Jalan Nyuh Bulan, Gang Nyuh Udang 6, Banjar Nyuh Kuning, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia, Phone+ 62 361 971 08
Clinic Anggrek – Ubud
Puskesmas Ubud II, Banjar Kutuh, Sayan, Ubud, Bali
Phone +62 813 395 141 36
Paul Latourell Clinic – Denpasar
Jalan Banteng 2E, Denpasar, Bali
Phone +62 361 224 877
BALI MEDIKA CLINIC
Bali Medika has a long history of providing sexual health services. Bali’s first clinic for men. We aim to support patients medical expenses for pre and ongoing ARV treatment if they can’t afford it.
It is recommend that gay men should test every three months if they regularly have unprotected sex with new partners. If not, they should HIV test at least once a year. People who find out early that they have HIV live longer, healthier lives than those who test late.
Bali Medika Clinic
Jalan Kalianget 3, Kuta Bali – Indonesia 80361
Phone +62 361 3700 393
KERTI PRAJA FOUNDATION
The Kerti Praja Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, was established in 1992 to work with the community in health promotion, early diseases detection and prompt treatment, clinical services, rehabilitation, other community development and research. In conjunction with these missions, Kerti Praja serves as a resource and consultant for similar organizations involved in primary health care and research.
- To provide assistance to other organizations in behavioral research, project design and evaluation.
- To demonstrate more effective strategy in health care delivery system and other community development through operational research.
- To provide affordable clinical services for low middle income groups in basic health care, such as STI services, family planning, antenatal care and immunizations.
- To prevent infectious and non infectious diseases in the community through health education, specific protection, early diagnosis and prompt treatment.
- Kerti Praja Foundation reach MSM communities in Badung and Denpasar areas, providing support, condoms, information and encouraging outreach recipients to be screened and undergo voluntary counselling and testing (VCT). This work is mainly carried out at night, in bars, clubs and hang-out places.
The Kerti Praja Foundation provides a comprehensive strategy to HIV&AIDS prevention, care, support and treatment. Our projects address the medical, social, psychological and economical challenges faced by all people living with HIV / AIDS.
Yayasan Kerti Praja
Jalan Raya Sesetan No.270, Sesetan, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
Phone +62 361 223 865
Transgender community group providing support and help for positive community members. WARCAN run shelter house in Denpasar with self support, medical help.