Yayasan Rama Sesana (YRS) – Bali, Indonesia

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Improving reproductive health and empowerment of low-income women in Bali, through health services and education. YRS has been based at Bali’s largest traditional market, Pasar Badung, since January 2004.
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Program untuk meningkatkan kesehatan reproduksi dan pemberdayaan perempuan di Bali. Dengan menyediakan pelayanan kesehatan dan edukasi di Pasar Tradisional yang paling besar di Bali, sejak Januari tahun 2004.


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Record turnout for Mobile Clinic in Bontihing

YRS staff were overjoyed by the enormous turnout to their Mobile Clinic in Desa Bontihing, North Bali, on Saturday October 3. 290 people attended the Mobile Clinic, which was conducted in the Bontihing Bale Banjar, beneath a 120-year-old durian tree. General health check-ups and sexual and reproductive health services were delivered, as well as an…

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Cerita Pasar – Market Stories 1

YRS conducted a mobile clinic next to the fish market in the village of Kedonganan, South Bali, on August 19. For the first of YRS’ monthly Cerita Pasar – Market Stories, Gung Ayu, an outreach worker, describes her experience. “We were surrounded by the typical smell of fish and faced with the hot sun and…


Mobile Clinics bring smiles and better sexual health to Bali’s traditional markets!

Yayasan Rama Sesana has been rolling out its Mobile Clinics twice a month this year, in order to reach even more low-income women in Bali’s traditional market communities. Thousands of Balinese women have extremely limited access to reproductive and sexual health services. To increase their access and to improve their lives and communities, YRS travels…

Dr. Luh Putu Upadisari
YRS Founder and Director, is proud to have been presented with the following awards for her work with Yayasan Rama Sesana.