A Balinese Man’s Strong Will To Take On Life’s Challenges

“When my leg got amputated (in December 2014), I thought to let it go and survive….I didn’t feel sad or anything, I was just processing it all and I think I reacted like that because I had been in the military,” Made Wirya said. Wirya’s remarkable attitude is often seen in other people who seek support from PUSPADI…

Balinese Man Regains His Independence After An Accident

Looking at Darma now, he is a changed man – with a positive perspective, loving family and now his own motorbike so he can truly have independence and more choices. It is in stark contrast to six years ago, when Darma lay paralysed on his bed as well as living in destitute conditions in Karangasem,…

Nengah and Gede’s Story

  Nengah and Gede are brother (Gede is the brother) and sister, both of whom suffered Polio in their early childhood, and have undergone extensive rehabilitation at Pusat Rehabilitasi Yakkum (PRY) in Yogyakarta, Central Java, and PUSPADI Bali in Bali. When first found by PUSPADI Bali, Nengah, then aged around 12 years was unable to…