Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali

by Yayasan Rama Sesana
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Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Health Education for Low-Income Women in Bali
Oct 9, 2020

Progress Report Activity on September 2020

YRS Staff Implemented Work From Home
YRS Staff Implemented Work From Home

Based on the information we got from reliable source, the Covid-19 virus has become more widespread, especially in the last two weeks of September. In fact, based on the results, most of the distribution clusters occur through interactions at offices and households. In response to this situation, we temporarily closed both of our clinics at Badung Market and Intaran Sanur Market. We also work from home to reduce the contact and the dissemination of COVID-19 virus. While working from home, YRS staff keep being productive by finishing our task and make some report. We also have responsibility to share educational materials by online. As monitoring with internal team, we conduct online evaluation meetings through Zoom Meeting.

As a step to remain active in educating the communities, we held YRS Peer Educator Online Meeting through the WhatsApp Group on Wednesday, September 23th 2020. We discussed about the COVID-19 which includes the symptoms of COVID-19, modes of transmission, ways of prevention and other things. During the discussion, peer educators were being enthusiastic and actively asked us some questions. This discussion is aimed to remind us for always implement strict health protocols, even though at home because until now the COVID-19 case in Bali is still experiencing a significant increase and one of the distribution clusters is from the family cluster.

Online Peer Educator Mee
Online Peer Educator Mee

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Yayasan Rama Sesana

Location: Denpasar, Bali - Indonesia
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Twitter: @YRS_Bali
Project Leader:
Luh Putu Upadisari
Director of Yayasan Rama Sesana
Denpasar, Bali Indonesia

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