Background: Pengotan village is one of Bali indigenous people in Bangli district. Early aged marriage and pre-maritalpregnancy are quite common in this village which infl uence to maternal and child health and nutrition. Considering thatsituation, intervention package through cultural approach involving community leaders. Method: The research wasobservational, investigations conducted by participation among informants (teens, pregnant women, indigenous prajuru).The preference of design and methods research is based on consensus; utilization empathic instruments, and complexanalysis methods performed together with actors (prajuru custom). Analysis was done descriptively. Results: An increasingly permissive teenage promiscuity and lack of parents ability to control their children's social interaction, increase incidence of early aged marriage and premarital pregnancy. Then, further implications teenage promiscuity in this village which led to early aged marriage and premarital pregnancy was structural poverty. Package interventions in the form of CIE (Communication Information Education) packed with community leaders. Approach with traditional prajuru was done either individually or in groups. Plans initially to empower perarem, but because perarem (traditional regulations) yet written, the preparation of intervention package begins with organization of cultural workshop with the theme: “Building a Civilization, Glorify Man”.Conclusions: This workshop resulted two important agreements in the establishment of a small team and preparation in accordance with traditional regulations of (perarem). Recommandation: It recommende in addition to culture, behaviors of early marriage and premarital pregnancy were anticipated by problem-based approach to public health (evidenve based public health approach).