VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE!!!
Yayasan Bali Peduli is seeking two passionate, motivated volunteers, to partner with us in saving lives and preventing the spread of HIV in Bali. Successful applicants will have the freedom to work from their home or our office in Ubud. They will be required to contribute approximately one or two days work per month (minimum six month commitment); a small sacrifice to help the lives of so many people here in Bali.
Duties: • Production of quarterly financial report • 16 hours per 3 months • Minimum 6 month commitment
Skills: • Must be fully conversant with Indonesian Accounting Standard
(Preferably a certified accountant)
Duties: • Translate web content, newsletter and press releases. Mostly
English to Indonesian, but occasionally Indonesian to English • 1 day per month • Minimum 6 month commitment
• Fluent in English and Indonesian
How To Apply
If you would like to apply for either of these positions, then please send your CV and half a page explaining why you would like to volunteer with Yayasan Bali Peduli to: email@example.com. (Applications close on the 30th of April 2014)
About The Foundation
Yayasan Bali Peduli is a not-for-profit organisation, working in HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment throughout the island of Bali. Clinics located in Ubud and Kuta provide free, rapid, confidential testing and treatment to the local community. Due to the prevailing stigma surrounding the disease, those affected are often cast out of their communities and face significant economic and emotional hardship. Outreach workers from Bali Peduli offer non-medical support and counselling to individuals and families living with HIV. This includes the ‘Positive Living Fund’, a program that provides temporary relief, food, housing and education to women and children affected by the HIV. Outreach workers also deliver education programs to schools, youth groups and those working in the sex industry. Yayasan Bali Peduli is funded by private donations and grants, and is a legally registered foundation with the Indonesian government. We receive no government funding and rely solely on private and corporate donors. The Ministry of Health provides Yayasan Bali Peduli with free ARV and reagents.