Our partners at Yayasan Bumi Sehat Foundation have published their 2012 international field report which highlights some of the foundation’s remarkable achievements from last year.
Yayasan Bumi Sehat (YBS) operates two maternal, infant, family healthcare clinics in Aceh and Bali in Indonesia. Their mission is to reduce maternal and child morbidity and mortality and provide sustainable healthcare in their community. They provide general health services, emergency care, prenatal, postpartum, birth services and breastfeeding support, in addition to education and environmental program. Their patients come from all parts of Bali and Aceh and include displaced peoples from other Indonesian islands.
OHO’s partnership with YBS started after our CEO Dr Jimi Wollumbin visited the clinics in Indonesia last year. To support the hard work and dedication of midwives, nurses, doulas, doctors and other Bumi Sehat team workers, OHO has facilitated several donations for YBS.
OHO is passionate about YBS’s work and is exploring opportunities to fundraise for them in Australia.
Here is a snapshot of some of their achievements in 2012.
Total patients served at Bumi Sehat Bali in 2012: 35111
Prenatal check ups: 4594
Postpartum care with breastfeeding support: 893
Neonatal checks: 917
Paediatric care: 600
General Patient visits for illness or injuries: 6363
Acupuncture treatment – 2915
Ambulance transports for emergencies in surrounding communities: 416
Reproductive health transports- 52
HIV/AIDAS testing: 40
Posyandu – Pediatric Check ups with nutrition education for mothers: 427
Yoga for Elderly with Health Education: 9918 participations
Youth center classes in English, Computer and Life Skills: 2996 Students
Prenatal Yoga (bi weekly): 1213 participants
Full educational Scholarships for future Midwives & Nurses: 6
Total patients served at Bumi Sehat Aceh in 2012: 14939
Prenatal check ups: 1774
Postpartum Care with breastfeeding support: 256
Home visits: 201
General Patient visits for illness or injuries; including paediatric care: 11744
Ambulance services: 455
Transports for critical care: 47
Surgeries on site: 11
Prenatal exercise and health education: 171
In patients: 175