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  • Clinic Fees for Non-Indonesian

    Due to limited funding and in order to maintain our comprehensive and quality services, we are implementing new contribution fee for non-Indonesians since 2018.

    The following is the updated fee contribution structure as per 15 January 2024. The contribution is still far less expensive than commercial labs, local hospitals & local clinics.

    Admin: Rp. 40.000,-
    Consultation / Counselling: Rp. 150.000,-
    HIV (Rapid Diagnostic Test): Rp. 200.000,-
    Syphilis (RPR & TPHA): Rp. 200.000,-
    Syphilis Follow-up Titre (RPR): Rp. 175.000,-
    STIs (Urethral, Vaginal & Anal Swab): Rp. 250.000,-
    Hepatitis B (HBsAg): Rp. 150.000,-
    Hepatitis C (Anti HCV): Rp. 150.000,-
    CD4 Cell Count: Rp. 350.000,-
    CD4 & CD8 Count: Rp. 475.000,-
    PCR – HIV Viral Load: Rp. 1.000.000,-
    PCR – HIV Qual: Rp. 1.000.000,-
    PCR – Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea: Rp. 1.000.000,-
    PCR – Viral Load HCV: Rp. 1.200.000,-
    PCR – HPV: Rp. 1.600.000,-
    Liquid Based Cervical Cytology: Rp. 700.000,-
    Anti-HSV1 & HSV2 Ig M: Rp. 650.000,-
    Anti-HSV1 & HSV2 Ig G: Rp. 1.300.000,-
    Complete Blood Count: Rp. 190.000,-
    Serum Creatine: Rp. 100.000,-
    SGOT: Rp. 100.000,-
    SGPT: Rp. 100.000,-
    Urine Urinalysis: Rp. 100.000,-
    Urine Dipstick: Rp. 20.000,-
    Glucose: Rp. 15.000,-
    Uric Acid: Rp. 15.000,-
    Cholesterol: Rp. 40.000,-

    Thank you for your understanding and support.
    Bali Peduli

  • KPAD supports HIV+ children

    21 December 2015

    Komisi Penanggulangan AIDS Daerah (KPAD) Gianyar has collaborated with Yayasan Bali Peduli to provide support to 10 HIV+ children from Gianyar.

  • MOU signed with Indonesian Red Cross

    5 November 2015

    Bali Peduli has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Indonesian Red Cross – City of Denpasar, known as Palang Merah Indonesia Kota Denpasar in Bahasa Indonesia.

    The MOU formalizes the relationship between Bali Peduli and Indonesian Red Cross who are united in preventing the spread of HIV.

  • First mobile Clinic at Karangasem Prison

    21 October 2015Yesterday, on the 20th of October 2015, our team conducted education and testing at Karangasem Prison.Bali Peduli has been working with Gianyar Prison for over a year now, providing regular HIV testing and education sessions with new inmates.As a result of the success of this program with the Gianyar Prison, Bali Peduli was invited by Kangarasem Prison to implement a similar program with their inmates.

  • 2019 La Lucciola Fundraiser A Big Success

    20 February 2019    

    Bali Peduli’s 8th annual fundraiser at La Lucciola was held on 20 February 2019

  • Gianyar Prison Mobile Testing


    Bali Peduli provides regular HIV testing for inmates at Gianyar Prison (Rutan Gianyar) through mobile clinics.

    Mobile Clinics are important for testing people with high HIV risks who may not otherwise be abe to make it to a clinic to be tested, such as prisoners.

  • Mobile Testing: Meeting the needs of Female Sex Workers in the Gianyar Regency

    14 September 15

    On Saturday night (12 September), Yayasan Bali Peduli conducted a mobile clinic to provide HIV and STI testing in a kafe not far from the centre of Ubud.

    According to Bali Peduli’s Chairperson, Lily Wardoyo, in Gianyar regency there are about 30 kafes (illegal night time cafés/bars/brothels) and more than 200 ‘unofficial’ sex workers.

  • Bali G-Slam donates IDR 14 million

    10 September 2015

    Yayasan Bali Peduli is extremely grateful to be the recipient of an IDR 14,000,000 donation from Bali G-Slam Tennis Tournament.

    The 5th annual Bali G-Slam Tennis Tournament selected Bali Peduli as their charity of choice for 2015, presenting a check for IDR 14,000,000 in proceed donations. 

  • Farewell to Doctor Uta

    7 September 2015

    Yayasan Bali Peduli bids farewell to Dr Uta Wijaya who will pursue further studies in the United Kingdom.

  • PART TWO - His Love Is My Drug: Finding Love After HIV Diagnosis by Amahl S. Azwar

    Before I was left without a job, a dear friend of mine told me about a gay gathering off Phuket, Thailand in the beginning of the year 2014.
    Of course, when I first decided to join (before my previous life was over), I did want to find sex and love at the event. However, after the HIV diagnosis, I did not think it was a good idea (plus, I needed to save what little money I had left).

  • PART ONE - His Love Is My Drug: Finding Love After HIV Diagnosis by Amahl S. Azwar

    Kids, I’m going to tell you an incredible story. The story of how I met my husbro. This gonna take a while so you might want to get comfortable. Make a good cup of tea. Grab the cookie jar.
    Ready? Good.
    You see, before I met my husbro, I had a different life. That is, a life before I was HIV-positive or, to be precise, before I found out about my HIV status.

  • Guy, Interrupted - How Being HIV Positive Opens My Eyes by Amahl S. Azwar

    It’s an old cliché, but like all cliches, it’s the truth – your life can change in the blink of an eye.
    Looking back, I should’ve been able to avoid HIV. I mean, I watched Philadelphia when I was still in elementary school so I was pretty much familiar with the matter. In the 1990s I watched several episodes of Kupu-Kupu Ungu (Purple Butterfly). In case you forgot, Kupu-Kupu Ungu is a local TV series that attempted to raise HIV/AIDS awareness and funded by Ford Foundation and the Health Ministry.

    On top of that, when I was barely 17 years old I attended an HIV workshop. I know all the dos and don’ts.

  • No Lifeguard On Duty - The Condom Checklist by Amahl S. Azwar

    The harsh truth of gay dating life is that there is no “lifeguard on duty.” Yes, “swim at your own risk” because no one will stop you even when you get too close to “sharks.” The only thing that you can rely on is that little voice inside your head.  Remember Olivia Pope from Scandal? If you are familiar with this character from the American political thriller TV series, you’d remember how her gut would tell her everything she need to know. Her gut is never wrong.
    I’d say the same thing to you: Listen to what your gut is telling you. Trust your gut.