Discover how Fair Future Foundation is revolutionizing child health in ultra-rural Indonesia. Our comprehensive programs tackle preventable diseases, maternal health, and more.
Since its inception in 2008, the Fair Future Foundation has been unwavering in its mission to ameliorate the lives of children and families residing in Indonesia's most remote and impoverished regions. These children are born into a world fraught with peril—high morbidity and mortality rates are grim realities they face from their earliest days. Our core belief is that effective healthcare is an intricate tapestry woven from multiple threads: access to clean water, basic medical services, and adequate nutrition.
In collaboration with our partners, Kawan Baik and Sumba Volunteer , as well as local governmental bodies, we are pioneering localized healthcare solutions that are both sustainable and impactful. Sadly, preventable diseases like diarrhoea, pneumonia, and malaria continue to claim young lives. Moreover, maternal health is often compromised, leading to a vicious cycle where children lose their primary caregivers and face exacerbated health challenges. In regions where we operate, over 75% of children experience stunting—a debilitating condition rooted in chronic undernutrition and poor sanitation