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Actions reports

Reports of actions that Fair Future carried out throughout the year. What, for whom, how much it cost!

Reports for each project or action developed and implemented by the Foundation

Learn about each project we have set up. Location details, number of beneficiaries, completion dates, budgets, accounts, and activity reports.

Through the publication of its action reports, Fair Future wishes to record the evolution of its actions, programs and projects in rural areas, to make them accessible, fun, and of course, also totally transparent.

All of the projects documented below all had a common goal when we implemented and completed them:

“-Allow people of all ages, living in rural areas, deprived of the essentials of life such as access to health and medical care, education but also to school, water and drinking water, electricity, people affected by epidemics, pandemics or man-made or natural disasters, for example, to access a better, healthier and richer life in everything…”

The Foundation also announces the launch of a reflection aimed at setting up new projects for the next 5 years. In particular, those on which we are working and which are related to access to basic medical care, drinking water and a source of electricity in order to read, study and increase the capacity for development economic.

Giving the means to villagers in ultra-peripheral and very rural regions to access first aid is a program that is currently underway. Also, we invite you to make proposals to us so that each family can have water, a light bulb and innovative means of energy supply.

Report 2020 – Christmas in Lapinu – East Sumba

Christmas and New Year celebrations in small isolated and rural villages of East Sumba. Gifts for children, eating together, cooking together, dancing together, singing together. receive gifts from Santa Claus and just be happy together. During this Christmas 2019, the village of Lapinu does not have access to electricity, we have installed two solar lamps to illuminate the village and the faces of all the inhabitants.

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Report 2020 – MbinuDita school building

Build a school that was destroyed by the storm. A school perched on a hill in the midst of the dry, arid hills of East Sumba. This without water, without electricity, with three skilled workers, the employees of Fair Future and the community of MbinuDita who had never seen this before … Successful bet, the school is built.

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Other big challenges for our teams on the way to NTT

Notice of departure of the members of our field teams, for the following programs: The program water connections, clean & safe water in rural areas – Collection of data related to the living conditions of families in rural areas – Provide basic emergency care to all children, with a first aid kit for each school/village – Basic health and medical care in very remote areas – Improvement of logistical means in the event of emergencies and disasters – Start-up of the Program linked to our new deep well drilling rig. Fair Future Foundation and all the collaborators who make it live offer medical, social, educational, logistical, and infrastructural assistance to people affected by shortages, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from health care. With Kawan Baik Indonesia, we operate in the most rural and ultra-peripheral areas of Indonesia. Fair Future in the field, these are teams made up of health professionals – all local -, logistics and administrative staff, also recruited locally. Our actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence, and neutrality. We do not employ foreigners, we empower local resources and it is we who implement actions on the ground, without intermediaries. This is what makes Fair Future and Kawan Baik unique