Problems of access to medical treatment in the case of Malaria here. We need medicines to treat...
A health emergency | Laindatang is a village without clean water, toilets, or sanitary facilities. Malaria, Dengue, Cholera, and Hepatitis A are present because of the hygienic conditions. It is a place of extreme poverty, so we categorize this action as RED. We must get to work this month to ensure better living conditions for these families.
POD | What do the sanitary facilities we build look like?
Access to clean water and safe toilets here in East Sumba where we are working helps to improve public health, reduce poverty and promote economic development.
POD | Inventing toys when you don't have any
All children in ultra-rural areas invent toys and games with things they find in nature or with old objects, and it's great to see them having fun with that.
POD | Primary medical care dedicated to children
To avoid getting sick or hurting themselves, we teach children in the ultra-rural areas of East Sumba to protect themselves with simple gestures and habits.
POD | Malnutrition is taking its toll here where we are
The lack of clean water is one of the leading causes of the child malnutrition rate and related mortality we face every day. Let's give clean water to rural villages.
POD | We have a toilet for the first time in our life!
Can you imagine? Thanks to the #waterconnections program, we have clean water, showers, toilets, and something to drink and eat healthily here in East Sumba.
POD | Kids here have to fetch water from the age of five!
Clean water in East Sumba? It's difficult to find, like this 5-year-old girl in Lukukamaru. Nine months a year, they have no clean water and rarely eat, drink or bathe.
POD | East Sumba, a village without clean water!
In Laindatang, people wash only once a month, are sick and don't have enough to eat and drink. All children suffer from being underweight, malaria or dengue.
POD | Learn how to provide Primary Medical Care
Training in Primary Medical Care in Waingapu. Female teachers participate in this unique program, which aims to save lives where there are no doctors.
POD | The Water Connections Program, in a single image
Summarize the technical side of a program that gives healthy life to thousands of people in a single photo. Here are faucets, valves and pipes that connect.
POD | Jerry cans here in East Sumba, are worth gold
As soon as a kid is old enough to walk, he will have to fetch water with the women and other kids of the village. To do this, he will use a 5-litre jerrycan.
POD | My family is going to have toilets at home, Magic!
Can you imagine that? Now that we have access to a water source for the 1st time in our lives, we will also have access to sanitary facilities here at home.
POD | Learn to live better? There is no age for that! Isn't it?
The programs aiming at accessing a more harmonious and healthier life are aimed at everyone. And the friends who attend Annisa's classes are of all ages.