All FFF Annual Activity Reports

Find all the activity reports of the Fair Future Foundation here, in chronological order

Fair Future activity reports

A Swiss, international and independent socio-medical humanitarian organisation directly involved in the field

2020 activity report

Take note of the activity report of Fair Future, for the year 2020. A year rich in events, with the Covid-19 pandemic, the construction of the school in #RebuildMbinudita, First Aid kit project, Rumah Kambera and all the other socio-medical activities…

2017 activity report

Take note of the activity report of Fair Future, for the year 2017. Over 30 full days of medical care, sometimes more than 800 patients per day, camps for displaced persons linked to volcanic eruptions, the building of the hospital…

2014 activity report

In 2014, Fair Future had the privilege of taking care of more than 22,150 people, within the framework of various supports, such as medical care, prescription of drugs, donation of food, personal and community advice and also ophthalmological control. and spectacle prescriptions.

We have treated many diseases, such as those related to problems of food shortages, water, lack of resources and information.

2019 activity report

Take note of the activity report of Fair Future, for the year 2019. Yes, it was definitely an extraordinary year of changes, with the creation of Kawan Baik Indonesia, the Fair Future Platform and all new projects, new horizons in which we work, new teams involved in eastern Indonesia…

2016 activity report

In 2016, Fair Future had the privilege of caring for more than 30,450 people, within the framework of various supports, such as medical care, prescription of drugs, donation of food, personal and community advice and also ophthalmological control. and spectacle prescriptions. We have treated many diseases, such as those related to problems of food shortages, water, lack of resources and information.

2013 activity report

In 2013, Fair Future had the privilege of caring for more than 18,650 people, as part of a variety of supports, such as medical care, prescription drugs, food donation, personal and community counseling.

We have treated many diseases, such as those related to problems of food shortages, water, lack of resources and information. The main goal of Fair Future is to provide free medical care. And things that are used to have a healthier life

2018 activity report

Take note of the activity report of Fair Future, for the year 2018. Daily free Medical care programs, the construction of the hospital and nearly 30,000 people who received free healthcare, thanks to Fair Warung Balé and this unique concept wordlwide…

2015 activity report

In 2015, Fair Future Foundation had the privilege of caring for more than 29,850 people, in the context of various supports. Also, on the recommendation of people from the health services, we decided to create our own hospital.

This is to follow up on our community care days in the villages. This structure is dedicated to a population basin of 65,000 inhabitants without an adequate medical structure.

2012 activity report

The Fair Warung Balé; or how a social restaurant can turn meals into medical care and social assistance. In March 2012, the foundation created a social restaurant above what was our first clinic. This initiative took shape thanks to the will of two young women aged 18 and 20, who wanted to create a project to raise funds for the medical programs of the foundation.

Starting from scratch, we are now the only restaurant in the world funding a healthcare program serving thousands of people each year. A meal and a drink finance two medical consultations including an adapted treatment.

Donate for a cause of your choice

Donate to programs initiated by Fair Future and be on the ground with us. We are committed to ensuring that as many people as possible have access to medical care (basic and emergency care), Covid-19 screening and testing, access to school and knowledge, drinking and clean water, sanitation, women's rights, and minorities living in rural and ultra peripheral areas.

Going where no one ever goes is one of our priorities, see Truck Of Life program.

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Give for Clean Water Access

Fair Future works every day to improve the living conditions of rural communities in eastern Indonesia.

One of the Foundation's tasks is to ensure equitable access to water in quantity and quality, in order to prevent disease, maintain lives and livelihoods. This is to reduce environmental risks to health, by managing sanitation safely and with dignity. Still, the foundation seeks to involve women and men in the management of water resources, in sanitation by the implementation of safe hygiene practices in order to maximize the benefits for their communities. Read more here!

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Give for healthcare access

Whether it is to fight against famine, diseases linked to the lack of clean water, the lack of sanitation system, the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, respiratory diseases linked to air pollution, tuberculosis, or any other form of recurrent illness, Fair Future does what it can to best help populations in need.

Help us to provide us with medicines, medical equipment, logistics, my indispensable faith also to get us where no one ever goes. Help us to heal, to give a better life, to help us to save lives!

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Give for COVID-19 in Indonesia

Take care of people, do what the state does not! Fair Futur acts to detect, test, treat and vaccinate the victims of the Pandemic. No Antigen tests, no vaccine (here in Sumba for example, hardly anyone is vaccinated). Also, the health centers are closed because they are infected and the medical staff is sick.

There are very few doctors and other medical personnel who are still at work. This is linked to medical and infectious factors, but also and above all because the staff is no longer paid, therefore they no longer come to work.

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Providing relief in natural disasters

After the Sumba natural disaster in April 2021, Fair Future is the only foreign organization there. We commit ourselves every day to rebuild, to improve...

We are confronted with health problems, social challenges. We need infrastructural and human resources. They need to eat, drink, have access to healthcare and a roof to protect themselves!

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Give for Rumah Kambera

Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia Foundation incorporate in all its choices and decisions taken in the context of its actions and field programs, the notions of risks for communities, what is good or bad for them, for people, children, villages. And for years, we have for mission to develop, support and create humanitarian programs and actions linked to education, training, and medical care. This is why Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia have created Rumah Kambera, our Base Camp in the Eastern part of Indonesia.

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Give for Fair Future Platefrom

The Fair Future donation platform focuses on the fundraising needs of nonprofit organizations

More than yesterday and even less than tomorrow, Fair Future and Kawan Baik Foundations continue to develop projects with humanitarian, positive, and virtuous objectives.

Our organizations get involved every day, in a concrete way on the ground. They are men and women, mostly volunteers, who work to find solutions and implement them so that everyone can have a better life.

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You don't have access to e-banking?

Sometimes, it is not possible to make a donation via modern solutions, by what is called "e-banking".

From then on, you can participate in one of our projects or programs by making a bank transfer, via one of our two bank accounts in Switzerland.

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Some more Information

2021 is going, 2022 is coming and we are still here!

2021 is going, 2022 is coming and the pandemic is part of our everyday life. We are coping as best we can, our resources are not unlimited and the needs are increasing considerably. One of the Foundation’s tasks is to ensure equitable access to water in quantity and quality, in order to prevent disease, maintain lives and livelihoods. It is about reducing environmental health risks by managing sanitation safely and with dignity. However, the foundation seeks to involve women and men in the management of water resources, in sanitation through the implementation of safe hygiene practices in order to maximize the benefits for their communities.

The impact of COVID on mental health… And how we can help each other

Understanding COVID-19 will help us all to stay safe. Find out more about COVID, and how to protect yourself and your community. The mental health impact of COVID… and how we can help each other. COVID-19 Health Information. Understanding the difference: Malaria & COVID-19. What is ‘long COVID’? Latest COVID-19 Data: Sources: WHO, December 2021. 4.8 Million Deaths: Deaths from COVID-19 are continuing to rise. Let’s do what we can to help stop the spread. 5.4 Billion Vaccine doses given: Doses are not being shared equally around the world. #OnlyTogether can we end the pandemic.

Water Connections. The deep borehole of MbinuDita – Part#1

From the drilling site, here in East Sumba, MbinuDita village. In the middle of nowhere, at the foot of the hill that hosts our school in SD Mbinudita. Most of the work has started. Several phases will lead us to provide a clean water network to more than 200 families who have never had direct access to it. Where it’s complicated is that the groups of houses are sometimes several kilometers apart. This, therefore, makes the thing technically complex in terms of physical law! This action is fully linked to the “Water Connections” program, initiated by the Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations.

The “Water Connections” Project – The Full Presentation!

The .PDF presentation of the current project “Water Connections” – Drinking water for 200 families in MbinuDita. This document presents to you in detail the project that we started at the beginning of November, after months of preliminary studies. Once completed, the water connections will reach homes, families throughout the MbinuDita region. A magic trick carried out thanks to all of you, to all the friends of the Foundation. the “Kawan Baik” from here and elsewhere. No water, no life. No blue, no green.

Water Connections project – Today, we started drilling in MbinuDita

From the drilling site, here in East Sumba, MbinuDita village. A very rural and isolated region, in which nearly 220 families live, economically poor, without access to water, electricity, sanitation solutions (WC, shower), or medical care. A region where the lack of water is wreaking havoc in terms of health. Our are therefore able to provide them with what they need most. Clean water to live, to drink, to have good health, to prosper economically too. These few photos were taken during the last 15 days during our mission to prepare the village for the arrival of a source of clean water, via the drilling of a deep well – more than 60 meters -. This action is fully linked to the “Water Connections” program, initiated by Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations. A complicated project but which will come to fruition after two weeks of work on the spot, or about 15 days to drill, there … In the middle of nowhere, at the bottom of the hill that hosts our school in SD Mbinudita.

Medical assistance – Malaria in Indonesia, what we are doing?

Risk is present throughout the country, excluding urban areas, and excluding the areas specified: J akarta, Surabaya, Denpasar (Bali), and other large cities are risk-free, including the beach resorts in southern Bali. Sporadic cases of malaria in travelers have been reported from rural areas of Java, Bali (Padangbai area), Bintan, and Lombok islands. The WHO data does not take into account the situation in eastern Indonesia, which is linked to the lack of existing data. Nevertheless, malaria in the regions of Flores, Sumba Timur and Kupang is important in rural villages.

Rumah Kambera, the last few months on the site!

Rumah Kambera, some pictures taken during the last 6 weeks. A job 18 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to give the best of ourselves to all those who have great needs in the regions of eastern Indonesia. The foundation develops and implements actions in eastern Indonesia (NTT) and notably in East Sumba. To do so, we decided to coordinate our actions from what is now; “The Fair Future Base Camp” in the eastern regions of the country. In a village near Waingapu called Lambanapu. Rumah Kambera is its name. This -house- is a place of coordination of all our socio-medical, educational activities in favor of children, women, and communities in rural and peripheral regions where access to water, electricity, education, or healthcare is almost non-existent.

Dengue fever cases still on the rise despite seasonal change

The COVID-19 epidemic has not slowed the onset of seasonal dengue fever across the country. The country has been battling dengue fever since early this year, at a time when state resources have been spent on curbing the COVID-19 outbreak. The similarities between dengue fever and COVID-19 symptoms have also complicated efforts to mitigate the annual spike in cases. The island of Java has contributed the highest average number of dengue hemorrhagic fever cases each year. In recent years, Bali and Borneo (Kalimantan) have had the highest incidence.

Order the Fair Future Foundation T-Shirt now!

To support the actions of the foundation, you can help us in several ways. You can buy one of our t-shirts for example! The Fair Future team in the field uses this new 2021 t-shirt. Pure White and simple, it uses the colors of Switzerland, Indonesia, and of course, our official logo. The Red and the White: Association of two colors which represent Passion and Purity!

Impact of air pollution on health in Indonesia!

Outdoor air pollution is a mix of chemicals, particulate matter, and biological materials that react with each other to form tiny hazardous particles. It contributes to breathing problems, chronic diseases, increased hospitalization, and premature mortality. In Indonesia, this is the cause 50% of morbidity nationwide. How is air pollution affecting Indonesia? More than 80% of the Indonesian population of more than 260 million inhabitants, is exposed to annual average concentrations of pollution, well above the WHO guideline. The country has the fifth-highest loss of years of life in the world due to particulate matter pollution.