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Disability Centre


Units of Prosthetics &
Orthotics Produced


Wheelchairs Distributed


People Received Physical Rehabilitation


Children with Disability
Attended School


People Benefitted from
Mobile Rehabilitation


People Screened for
Hearing Loss


People with a Disability Connected to Employment.


People with a Disability
received skill trainings.

The lives of over 13 thousand people with a disability and their families impacted through our disability services and advocacy efforts.

Disability Centre

Housing three outstanding local non-profit organisations, the Annika Linden Centre is a centre for excellence in disability, providing a welcoming space with world-class facilities, where people and children with a disability can feel part of a community, get the support they need and be empowered to reach their full potential.

From producing and providing mobility aids such as wheelchairs, prosthetics, and orthotics, to physical rehabilitation, education and employment services, the Annika Linden Centre offers a holistic approach to disability services in Bali. Under our roof, thousands of people with a disability have been empowered through mobility, independence and confidence, leading to financial independence too.

The organisations we house – Puspadi Bali, YPK Bali and DNetwork – ensure that no one is left behind.


Puspadi Bali produces prosthetic, orthotics, wheelchairs and rehabilitation services to support persons living with physical disabilities, with a commitment to improving their lives and supporting them to become engaged and productive members of society. Puspadi Bali is a leading disability organisation actively advocating the rights of persons with disabilities.


Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK) Bali offers an integrated physiotherapy clinic and a daily education program for children with disabilities, which integrates classroom education, life skills, and rehabilitation. YPK Bali also offers community-based mobile rehabilitation services to provide persons with disabilities in remote areas access to quality rehabilitation.


DNetwork was established in 2013 with the primary goal of supporting economic empowerment for persons with disabilities, particularly through employment opportunities. DNetwork not only supports persons with disabilities to find work, but also works with local, national and international businesses and organisations to create workforces that are inclusive and accessible for persons with disabilities.

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