Annika Linden Centre: Results in numbers

176,610 patient and guest visits from opening in January 2013 to December 2021. - an average of 62 visits per working day.

88 days of trainings,  sector leadership meetings, conferences, and events   for local social sector leaders held and organized at Annika Linden Centre in 2021.

Adapting during COVID-19 restriction, 12 Online NGO sharing session (#Bareng NGO) were held online, with a total of 1,000 viewers from all over Indonesia. 5 Charity webinars hosted to share knowledge on Health, Inclusivity and Disability from on the ground sector leaders to public and 4 projects of remote internship were facilitated.   

Incubator for Impact: 14 days of 11 NGO Training series, were held online and offline attended by more than 170 participants and 4 non-profits, and 55 total staff, receiving more than 271 hours of intensive tailor-made training, mentorship & hands-on support in strategic planning, finance & accounting, quality program delivery, donor management, and impact assessment, throughout the year.

Incubator for Impact: Case studies

PUSPADI Bali produces prosthetics, braces, and wheelchairs for people with physical disabilities. PUSPADI is 75% staffed by people with disabilities, giving PUSPADI unique insight into the psychological element of living with a physical disability.

Prosthetic and orthotic workshop

  • The first formal workshop inventory system since PUSPADI's establishment in 2004.

  • Planning and implementation support resulting in PUSPADI Bali’s successful upgrade to international standard prosthetic components, completed in 2014.

  • Recruitment of four international prosthetist-orthotists as PUSPADI Bali workshop staff to date, increasing workshop staffing by 50%.

 

Strategic partnerships creation and management

  • JSPO since 2011 (resulting in steady stream of qualified resources for the workshop)

  • Dutch orthotics production house & orthopedic surgeon (ongoing training)

  • D-Rev since 2012 (medical pilot of new prosthetic knee tech)

  • UCP Wheels since 2011 (distribution and audit quality of wheelchair provision and client assessment process)

  • Kamer Orthopedics & Noppe Orthopedics since 2013 (workflow analysis and hands-on ongoing quality control training for management and technical staff)

     

YPK Bali runs an integrated physiotherapy clinic, and a daily life skills education program for children with disabilities that integrate classroom education, life skills, and rehabilitation. 

YRS is a free women’s health clinic inside Bali traditional markets, staffed 95% by Balinese women.

Rehabilitation clinic

  • Re-focus therapy on progress towards set goals rather than client comfort.

  • Revised therapist-to-assistant staffing ratio for cost savings and to reduce patient bottlenecks in clinic scheduling.

  • Increased focus on client assessment, recordkeeping, and case review. 

  • Successfully recruited 24 months Australian government funded in-house OT trainer for clinical standards and skills & technical training.

 

Special needs life skill education

  • Increase focus on tangible everyday life skills over book education.

  • Implement basic business education activities for “graduating” students.

  • Apply clinical improvements to children’s therapy.

Strategic growth

The Incubator for Impact supported YRS Bali to create a strategic growth plan that resulted in the opening of YRS’ first new clinic since 2004.

 

  • 2004-2012, one clinic with no active plans to open additional clinics.

  • 2012, YRS made its first plans to open additional clinics.

  • 2013, the first expansion clinic opened with successful funding partnership between foreign donors, local business and local government.

  • 2014, continued with mobile clinic service in Singaraja, North Bali.