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Help us load the medical truck as much as possible for its next trip

Help us load the medical truck as much as possible for its next trip

As part of the project for access to primary medical care for children in rural areas of eastern Indonesia, the foundation needs you to balance its budget. We want to be able to load our medical truck as much as possible in order to reduce logistics costs. They will carry more than a ton of medical equipment, medicines, sterile equipment, and first-aid materials.

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We need a truck to bring equipment to villages

We need a truck to bring equipment to villages

Linked among others to the Deep Well Drilling program (Water Connections), we need to acquire a small second-hand truck, to transport our drilling machine to the sites from our base camp in Sumba East. But also all building materials (sand, cement, bricks, scrap metal etc…). At the moment, we cannot do this ourselves and have to resort to renting a truck. It costs too much and handicaps us a great deal. We are appealing to your big heart, friends. Thanks in advance for your help.

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Together we can make it

Let’s do it together and hold hands to reach the moon. Ensure that the primary medical care program for children can continue as the needs are enormous here in eastern Indonesia. Malaria is ravaging, expectations are high, and we lack the means to buy medical equipment, medicines and everything they all need to get better…

Malaria outbreak in East Sumba, Indonesia

Malaria outbreak in East Sumba, Indonesia

Malaria is one of the most severe public health problems in the world. Here in Indonesia, and especially in the eastern regions, it is one of the leading causes of death and disease. Children under five years old and pregnant women are the most affected groups. The problem in East Sumba is the staggering rate of cases affecting families and the anti-malaria drugs that are unavailable or too expensive.

8 billion equal people? What about the food?

8 billion equal people? What about the food?

Eight billion people on earth: Are we going to starve? On the one hand, there is population growth. On the other, the world’s resources make it possible to feed human beings. How to reconcile the two? Today and tomorrow, will we all be able to provide for ourselves?

Consuming unsafe water can look like this!

Consuming unsafe water can look like this!

In these few images taken at the end of October 2022, in a village in East Sumba, more than a hundred people have access to this unique water source. A well was dug by hand more than ten years ago and is almost always dry. People have to queue to get a few litres of water that is totally unfit for consumption and dangerous to their health.

Report of the water connections project

Report of the water connections project

Fair Future regularly presents reports establishing what we have achieved in all our necessary actions. The document that we offer you here explains what, all together, we have been doing over the past twelve months as part of this colossal project, Water Connections, Mbinudita Site. As a reminder, this project aims to provide access to drinking water and sanitation to more than 2,500 people whose homes are scattered over nearly 10 hectares.

New complete and healthy sanitary facilities in Ritta, East Sumba

New complete and healthy sanitary facilities in Ritta, East Sumba

We do not stop; the teams of Fair Future and Kawan Baik foundations have already built, as part of the #waterconnections project, site of #mbinudita #sdmbinudita, more than thirty (30) tanks of more than 6000 litres, six ( 6) complete sanitary facilities including two toilets, showers, laundry washing and water collection point. More than 10,000 meters of PVC pipes have been buried, connecting all these installations. We still have a lot of work to do. It’s intense activity.

The Interactive Map of Water Connections Project

The Interactive Map of Water Connections Project

Fair Future develops participatory monitoring tools as part of its screening and definition of needs. This map is produced as part of the #WaterConnections project. It is updated as a new sewerage installation, a new deep borehole, a new clean water reservoir and everything that directly or indirectly affects this project is built. This Google map allows us to work, do this project and calculate: Heights, elevations, distances, depths etc… Thanks to this tool, this project is much easier to set up.

A real financial blow that affects us

A real financial blow that affects us

Two of our MacBook Pro-type computers, owned by the foundation, broke down in less than three weeks. And the repair costs are exorbitant for us. We had to find quick solutions. There are days when nothing goes, or almost. Of course, it’s part of life. Still, when it directly affects our ability to work and significantly impacts the finances of our medical and social programs, it becomes complicated for a small foundation like ours.

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