Bali Kids – Eran Svigos Clinic 2022


balikids_logo_COLOUROn the ‘Island of the Gods’ you will discover luxury five star resorts and beautiful palm fringed beaches. If your heart searches beyond you will also discover thousands of disadvantaged children.
Children, who live in appalling conditions, suffer from malnutrition and cry themselves to sleep at night.

– Eran Svigos Clinic

Jl Raya Cica,
Banjar Cica, Abian Base
Mengwi, Badung
Bali, Indonesia


Supporters of our project can visit Monday to Friday only at 3 pm. An appointment is required. Please email or to make an appointment.

As we work with children at risk please note:

1/ Visitors must be vaccinated against COVID 19

2/ We request Visitors do not visit if feeling unwell.

3/ On arrival please wash your hands.

4/ Photo ID is required on entry.

5/ Photography of our children or staff is not permitted.

Thank you.

Bali Kids opened in April 2005 .  The project provides a clean, safe environment for poor children requiring special care. Bali Kids operates a mobile medical service (pre-post Covid 19) 2 times per week servicing villages, schools and select residential care centres.  Children are treated on site but those requiring special care are brought back to stay at Bali Kids Clinic.  The centre is open to any children registered as ‘poor’ who need medical attention.  Children needing to be hospitalised are provided pre and postoperative care at the centre. Short and long term accommodation is available.  In 2007 the clinic was named after Eran Svigos an Australian businesswoman and jewellery designer.  Eran was a regular visitor to Bali Kids and loved the children of Bali so much. Eran sadly passed away, aged 34 years, in August 2007. Importantly Bali Kids assists children who are HIV+ by providing and supporting their medical care and needs.  There has been a sharp increase in the spread of HIV in Bali since 2007.  Most children are born HIV positive due their parents status.

Hospital appointments, preparations and funding for surgery are provided by Bali Kids. Bali Kids is non-religious and accepts all poor children who are born in Bali. The children’s culture and background is always respected. The mobile medical service operates 2 days per week and travels throughout Bali on a roster system.  On average approximately 300 children are treated each month.

Bali Kids educates in relation to preventative measures regarding hygiene, health, diet, HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, child abuse, bullying, environment, anti-smoking, dental health and girl’s health issues.  The children all receive a book relating to the subject being discussed and then receive an informative lecture from the medical team. Due the preventative work carried out our cases of scabies, other infectious conditions and health problems have greatly declined and general health improved.

Bali Kids also provides full time care for around 17 children who are at risk due a personal health issue.  Priority is given to children who are HIV+ or HIV affected.

Visitors (Post Covid 19) are welcome to Bali Kids Monday to Friday. Best days to visit are Wednesdays and Thursdays when the traffic is lighter. Monday and Friday in Bali the traffic is usually very heavy. Saturdays and Sundays we do not allow visitors.

(Other block out dates please move to the bottom of the page)

Travel times from key areas are:

Tuban: 1.5 hours

Kuta: 80 minutes

Legian/Seminyak: 1 hour

JimbaranNusa Dua/Benoa/Sanur: 1.5 -2 hours

Ubud: 1.15 hours

Candi Dasa: 2.5 hours

Lovina: 3 hours

Visiting hours are as follows:

Monday to Friday: between 3.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. (Visit must conclude by 5.00 p.m.)


The center will be closed to visitors for the following holidays/blackouts:

Christmas Holiday 23 to 25 December 2022

Galungan 03-04 & January 2023

Kuningan 13-15 & 16 January 2023

An appointment is required. Please call  Monday to Friday between 0900 and 1700 hours; or email to arrange a suitable date and time. Due our Medical program morning visits are not possible. Visitors are required to produce photo ID and complete a ‘Visitors Compliance Agreement’ on arrival at our centre. If you do not wish to carry your Drivers Licence or Passport you can bring a copy or scan to email to before you visit.

In order to comply with current Child Protection recommendations our children and staff cannot be photographed or filmed. Best to leave your cameras at your place of stay or with your driver.

Please give us reasonable notice of your intended visit. Two weeks is preferred if possible. If you need to cancel please be polite and notify us!


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