Puspadi Bali assists persons with physical disabilities to access rehabilitation services so they can establish their place in society as productive citizens. Bali is a Hindu Island and the Hindu's believe a disability is a punishment from the Gods for something the person or family member has done. So there is a great deal of sigma and shame associated with a disability. For this reason the disabled are often kept unseen within their village. They have no treatment and do not attend school or work. Puspadi Bali is working hard to change this. As soon as a person with disabilities is found Puspadi's mobile rehabilitation unit swings into action. They are assessed, assisted with medical treatment if needed, fitted with mobility devices and given access to other services they may need such as skills education and help finding work. Puspadi Bali actually manufacture artificial limbs in their onsite workshop and hope to grow this as a business in the future. For children, Puspadi Bali liaises with local schools to help make the transition to school for a child with disabilities as easy as possible. Despite Indonesia ratifying the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in 2011, the CRPD has not been implemented in Bali and Eastern Indonesia. Puspadi Bali are currently undertaking an ongoing advocacy campaign to push for the implementation of the CRPD.