Established in 1999, Bali Health Foundation, also referred to as Yakeba, is a non-governmental organization with a focus on public health issues. The primary purpose of the organization is to provide outreach and support for individuals in Bali who suffer from alcohol and drug addiction.


Prevention and Support through sexual transmission of HIV Program

This activity began in 2009, when it was performed in Tabanan and since February 2013 this activity was move to Badung Regency. The target group of this program is direct sex workers and indirect sex workers, high risk men including the clients of sex workers, men who like to have sex with other men, transgender and also people who have been infected with HIV throughout the region Badung regency. The activities are, Outreach (Data Collection), Buddies, Support for the system of public health services and distribute tools of HIV prevention.

Prevention and support programs of HIV among of drugs users and Support for prisons

This activity has actually been carried out since 2002 but was stopped in 2010 and started again from March 2012 to the present. This activity is carried out in the city of Denpasar, Badung regency, Karangasem regency and Bangli regency. The target groups of this activity are the Injecting drug users and their partners, HIV-infected people who have a background as injecting drug users and prisoners who are in prisons. The activities in this program are outreach (Data Collection), Buddies, Strengthening capacity (regular meetings and training), public discussions, visits prisons / detention and distribute tools of HIV prevention among injecting drug users.

Community Based Addiction Recovery Program – Rehabilitation

This activity begins early Yakeba established since 1999, is a program that encourages early Yakeba still exist to this day, but was stopped in 2004 continued in 2009, stopped again in 2010 and re-run from 2012 to present. This activity is targeting people – people who have problems with narcotics and alcohol, in this case is drug and alcohol addicts. This activity is entirely done in the office and the activities are; morning meeting, class sessions related to addiction, vocational, and journaling. This activity is not only focused on class sessions but also emphasized on counseling sessions.

Vocational Development Program for Drug Users

This activity has actually been carried out since 2000 but was stopped in 2008 and since 2012 we started again. In 2012 we start only one activity, and are now starting to develop in some form of activities. This activity is carried out in order to meet the need for creative space for drug users to be able to develop their potential skills.