About Bali Peduli

Bali Peduli is a not-for-profit organisation started in 2011 in Bali by a group of friends to eliminate barriers to HIV care.

The organisation provides early testing and treatment to prevent the spread of HIV and sexually transmissible infections (STIs).

In addition to clinical services, the organisation provides HIV-related outreach, support and education as well as mobile HIV and STI testing in prisons and sex work locations.

All Bali Peduli’s services are provided free of charge by a staff of 30 including doctors, lab technicians, midwives, counsellors and outreach workers. The organisation is governed by a five member board of directors.

Bali Peduli is legally recognised by the government of Indonesia and is a member of a regional network of professional organisations working in HIV, viral hepatitis and sexual health throughout Asia and the Pacific. This network includes the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine.


Bali Peduli’s Clinics

The Paul Latourell Bali Peduli Clinic in Denpasar provides HIV and STI services to gay and same sex attracted men in the Kuta, Seminyak and Denpasar areas. Since opening in 2011, the service has had close to 15,500 visits, has provided over 5000 HIV tests and has 400 patients on antiretroviral therapy.

Klinik Anggrek in Ubud provides HIV and STI services in Bali’s Gianyar region pregnant women, women and children, female sex workers, people who inject drugs as well as gay and same sex attracted men. Since opening in 2013, the service has had over 5500 visits, has provided almost 3000 HIV tests and has 120 patients on antiretroviral therapy.

The Bali Peduli Prison Programme provides HIV and TB education in seven district prisons. At Gianyar prison the organisation provides HIV and syphilis testing, assessment for HIV treatment and referral of prisoners for inpatient care.

Find Out More
Visit the Bali Peduli website