Help Us Empower the Women of Bali
With a team of skilled educators, experienced doctors, nurses, midwives and outreach workers, Yayasan Rama Sesana is renowned throughout Bali as a vibrant, reliable organisation dedicated to improving the health of the low-income women in Bali.
We follow two pathways to empower women in relation to sexual and reproductive health. Long term change is achieved by education while immediate issues are diagnosed and treated at our community health clinics by donation or for free.
We work in traditional markets because they are the centre of community life. We have community health clinics at Tiara Grosir Market in Denpasar and at Intaran Sanur Market. We also operate mobile clinics and education programs to rural communities. Since 2004 we have seen over 24,000 individual clients and educated over 72,000 people in Bali about sexual and reproductive health.
[12/3] This month YRS has a meeting with Peer Educators to provide information that discusses the importance of maintaining health to avoid Corona Virus (Covid-19). Corona Virus is a virus that can infect the respiratory system, where this virus is known to originate from China. Symptoms of Corona Virus itself can we know, Gengs! ie…
[14/3] Our first mobile clinic on March was held in Tamblang Village, Buleleng . That mobile clinic was successfully carried out because of the cooperation and support of the Kubutambahan II Public Health Center. The local community is very enthusiastic when listening to education and following the health services we provide. We hope that in…
On this month, YRS holds a meeting with Peer Educators to discuss about cervical cancer. After that, the PE’s member after that go around to disseminate information to traders and visitors to Badung Market. In addition, this month’s meeting was held to commemorate World Cancer Day.#PeerEducatorMeeting #WorldCancerDay
Our work is only possible with the assistance of our major partners who work closely with us to achieve our mission to create a generation of healthy women in Bali.