We are a small, non-profit, charity in one of the poorest regions of East Bali. It is a free clinic for local people with healthcare and education.
Bali Sehat is a broad based community initiative providing remote village families in Karangasem with basic health care, nutritional education and prescriptive and non prescriptive medicines.
A few years ago, when Ray and Sue Bishop were contemplating retirement they met caring local people and discussed the lack of health and hygiene in the Amed region.
After hiking into some of the remote regions and visiting some of the villagers, they returned to Australia determined to return with funds and a plan to change this around. These kind-hearted retirees, with no medical training returned and achieved just that; forming a strong team of local staff and volunteers they have brought Bali Sehat to the local people.
Today after 5 years of operation 25,000 people have benefited so far. Though keeping us very busy, as we age ‘working with the local people has enhanced and enriched our lives’.
Please support our cause, there are many more to help.