The mission of Yayasan Senyum is to reduce the suffering currently associated with
craniofacial abnormalities and to improve quality of life by facilitating the delivery of health
care to people with craniofacial disabilities in Bali and other Indonesian islands in
partnership with local and international health care professionals.
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Yayasan Senyum is a non-profit, independent organization working to bring
health care to people with craniofacial disabilities.
These disabilities include cleft lip and palate and a wide variety of other conditions
such as Goldenhar Syndrome, Apert Syndrome, tumors and accident trauma.
The John Fawcett Foundation and its Indonesian counterpart,
the Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia, is a humanitarian foundation which assists needy
people in Indonesia, particularly those with medical problems.
It offers its assistance to people in the lower socio-economic group free of charge and
without religious, political or ethnic consideration.
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To create compassionate self-sustaining and effective community based programs
designed to identify and meet the evolving needs of the Balinese and Indonesian people
whom it serves.
To engage students and compassionate individuals and organizations in community
outreach projects that enhance the educational and social conditions of local villages.
To support spiritual and intellectual growth both individually and in the community.
► Our mission is to restore vision.
► Our vision is to restore dignity.
► Our method is to create miracles
Bali Hati has various projects, but all programs are especially designed and developed to
enable young Indonesian men and women to realize their individual and social potential.
The Bali Hati Foundation
is legally registered in the United States under the umbrella
of the National Heritage Foundation
Bali Hati, a highly respected non-profit foundation within Bali with an excellent track record in
creating coordinated, transparent, long term programs.
Bali Hati has been successfully pursuing the following mission since August 1997:
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The underlying intent is to create an environment where love and concern, combined with
educational and social initiatives, can achieve not only the spiritual and intellectual growth
of individuals, but can ultimately bring about fundamental changes in the economic and
social life of Balinese villagers.
To relieve sickness, suffering and distress in families of the lower socio-economic group
occasioned through blindness, eye disease, cleft lip and palate, and serious crippling and
debilitating diseases, particularly in children, through the provision of medical
equipment, medical care, medical advice, welfare and support services.
- Sight Restoration
- Blindness Prevention
- Children's Corrective Surgery
- Education Assistance
- Support to Desperately ill Children
- and Young People
- Operations in Bali
- Operations in Adelaide
- Skill Developments
- Smile Shop
- Smile House
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Bali - East Lombok - Kalimantan
- Cataract surgery
- Urology surgery
- Plastic Surgery
- Intra-cultural communication
Stichting Samenwerking Vlissingen Ambon
► MOTVA and SLAH Cataract Surgery Teams
Ophthalmologists from SSVA and SLAH foundation, nurses and technicians visit twice
a year a hospital in Ambon Indonesia, to perform six hundred free cataract surgeries.
Indonesian nurses, trained in Holland, do the screening and selection of patients and
when the Cataract Surgery Team has arrived, the project can be started
The technicians take care of maintenance of equipment in the hospital, refurbish or in
some cases when necessary, purchase new equipment.
► Urology Surgery Team
Th Urology Surgery Program is started up in February 2008 with a ten days project in the
hospital in Tuleho at Ambon island. The medical team carried out 46 surgeries on 39
patients in ten days only. From prostate surgery to the removal of kidney stones in a very
profound surgery at a 18-year old woman with a childbirth trauma.
SSVA Foundation Sister Cities Vlissingen - Ambon City
In September 2006, Mayor Anneke van Dok - Van Weele made an official visit to the town
of Ambon where a meeting took place between delegations of the city of Ambon, Vlissingen
and Darwin ( Australia ), also a sister city of Ambon, to extend cooperation for coming years.
► Educational Programs
An educational project, the support of four elementary schools in the city of Ambon.
The support include the purchase of teaching material ( including musical instruments ),
computers and the 'upgrade' of the English language in those schools.
Bali Hati Foundation
The J.F. Foundation
THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION
YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA
► Plastic Surgery Team
A new project in Indonesia initiated by the SSVA Foundation.
Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery, Facial reconstructive surgery, Burning wounds and
contractions which are not treated physically and psychologically, are significant obstacles.
In November 2009 the SSVA Surgical Team, consisting of plastic surgeons, OR assistants,
anesthesiologist, physical therapist and a coordinator went on the first mission to Ambon.
Patients were urged by mail and media to report at the Puskesmas ( health center ) for
screening and selection. Busy days for the Puskesmas.
After ten days of surgery, 75 patients have been treated and started a new life.
It can be done. With your donation and support, more patients get a chance for a new start!
AMBON EYE CENTER
A regional Eye Care center for
The Moluccas in East Indonesia.
Cost Equipment : Euro 550,000.-
Your donation is needed !!
Stichting Leer Anderen Helpen ( 'Learn To Help Others' ).
since 1991 SLAH is performing free cataract surgery in Indonesia.
Projects in Papua, Sumatera, Bangka, Sulawesi and a new project in Ambon Southeast
Indonesia in corporation with Dutch foundation SSVA.
Each project is visited twice a year by two ophthalmologists
There are currently 22 ophthalmologists associated with the foundation, volunteers, they
receive no compensation for their work. Projects are only visited by ophthalmologists .
The Foundation is strictly neutral as to race, religion or politics. Only the poorest are
candidates to receive treatment of ophthalmic disorders. This treatment is free.
Educational programs are supplied to nurses working in the hospitals to upgrade their
knowledge and skills. SLAH is depending Donations to continue their Missions. Donate
- Cataract surgery