Suryani Institute for Mental Health

Suryani Institute for Mental Health

Many people think Bali is a beautiful island with its rich traditions and authentic culture and concerned that the children’s education had been compromised. For that reason many NGOs tried to work in Bali and help the children without consider the local educational supports. In other way, it’s like creating a colonization area for people from outside despite their good will to help the children in the paradise island of Bali.

“The concept of Teach teacher how to teach is based on a thought that there are many people come to Bali and teach the children only and when they left no body continue the works”, said Professor Luh Ketut Suryani to  Marielle Pelleboer as one of the graduate students from Stenden University during their visit to the institute.

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Posted by cokyaya On January - 8 - 2011 News Program for Teachers

It’s nearly unthinkable, but every year thousands of children become victims of crime—whether it’s through kidnappings, violent attacks, or sexual abuse. In Bali many pedophiles impersonate Santa Claus showering children with gifts, toys, clothes and food their parents cannot afford to buy them. For that reason Federal Bureau of Investigation‎ (FBI) through their Crimes Against Children Unit  (CACU) is trying to decrease the vulnerability of children to sexual exploitation, develop a nationwide capacity to provide a rapid, effective, and measured investigative response to crimes against children, and enhance the capabilities of state and local law enforcement investigators through programs, investigative assistance, and task force operations.

“Our strategy involves using multi-disciplinary and multi-agency teams to investigate and prosecute crimes that cross legal, geographical, and jurisdictional boundaries; promoting and enhancing interagency sharing of intelligence, specialized skills, and services; and widely offering our victim/witness services”, said Alan S. Nanavaty  as the Unit Chief of CACU to Professor Luh Ketut Suryani as the President of Committee Against Sexual Abuse (CASA) during his visit with the other agents to CASA headquarter in Denpasar.

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Posted by cokyaya On January - 7 - 2011 CASA News

Total Coolants as an enviromentally friendly fluids which deliver longer life performance and superior protection for all customers equipment without compromise, and delivering a truely sustainable green solution thats good for our planet as well as future generations to come has made a big step helping the mentally ill in Bali.

“At the moment, we can not provide medication as it needed by the patient because of our strict regulation in Australia, but we think by providing netbooks as the tool for delivering the information and  reporting progress of the patients to donor or others will help also from the other side”, said Cliff Bens as the managing director of Total Coolant Management Solutions Australia during his visit to see Professor Luh Ketut Suryani in Bali.

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Posted by cokyaya On August - 28 - 2010 Mental Health Project News

Grindcorner one of the wellknown T-Shirt retail in Bali for the first time open on April 10, 1996 in Jl. Kapten Regug Denpasar. A store without toilets measures just 4 x 4 meters. They only have a show window glass with a metal-made merchandise sticker, plus the tapes thrash metal and death metal VSP made in Malaysia and a few shirts made in HR Production is hanging on the walls full of artificial graffiti. But seeing the reality in Bali has crushed their heart and decided to help the poor with some of their production.

“We feel very moved with the work of Professor Suryani and her team to help the people with mental disorders who were abandoned by our own government for so many years”, said Age Dharmaniaga as the owner of the store after sent some of their production to Suryani Institute headquarter.

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Posted by cokyaya On August - 8 - 2010 Mental Health Project News