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

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

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Medical Assistance for Children’s in pandemic time

Medical Assistance for Children’s in pandemic time

Fair Future notes that children are certainly the most affected by the indirect impact of the pandemic than by the viral infection itself. Indeed, we have noticed that the COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health of children, but through the increase in poverty, the loss of education and the closure of schools -here in Indonesia the closure of schools since March 2020-, food insecurity, violence as well as increased pressure on health systems and reduced access to personal health care services.

Rumah Kambera Base Camp – Covid-19 fight and Clean Water updates

Rumah Kambera Base Camp – Covid-19 fight and Clean Water updates

Management of the pharmacy, water supply, Covid-19 program, infrastructures, and day-to-day organizations.
Facing the crisis linked to the pandemic, the lack of water and vital resources, managing the organizational structure in order to optimize the social and medical assistance that we offer. The 24 hours that a day counts are not enough to do everything!

Covid-19 fight – Free vaccination day for 500 registered people – 26.09.21.

Covid-19 fight – Free vaccination day for 500 registered people – 26.09.21.

Vaccination is still not accessible to everyone! Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia, in collaboration with Denpasar City Youth Organization, Denpasar City Covid Task Force, Health Office, Social Service, and several medical personnel volunteers, have the opportunity to be able to carry out free vaccinations. This day of free vaccination will be held on September 26, 2021, at Rumah Sanur Creative Hub, Fair Future Foundation and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations Base camp in Denpasar.

Tomorrow 31.08.21, a 3rd team will join forces already present in eastern indonesia

Tomorrow 31.08.21, a 3rd team will join forces already present in eastern indonesia

After having sent the 2nd team on-site last week, Fair Future will leave on August 31, 2021, in reinforcement to join the Base Camp of Rumah Kambera in Sumba East. A 3rd team made up of Kawan Ayu, Kawan Hasto and Kawan Alex. The mission is clearly defined in what we have been doing for months on the spot, namely: To fight as best as possible the devastation linked to the Covid-19 pandemic on the spot.

Covid-19 fight | We have just allocated CHF 5,000 for medical equipment

Covid-19 fight | We have just allocated CHF 5,000 for medical equipment

As part of our fight against the ravages of the pandemic in eastern Indonesia – where the situation is much more serious than in Bali -, Fair Future also wanted to help those on the ground here in Denpasar. These volunteers fight so much and more, against the problems linked to the spread of the pandemic in Indonesia, in Bali, and who do not really succeed. But who does what is necessary, that is to say, the essential!

Covid-19 fight | We have just allocated CHF 5,000 for medical equipment

COVID-19 fight. An additional team is leaving for the territories of eastern Indonesia

On August 25, 2021, an additional team will reinforce the staff already on-site, in the fight against the pandemic in the territories of eastern Indonesia. A truck has already left for the provinces of southern Indonesia. It is filled with drugs, antigen tests, masks, disinfectants, and other first-aid equipment to help this population of nearly 300,000 inhabitants who do not receive any form of aid, apart from that which Fair Future and Kawan Baik Foundations bring on site.

Latest Corona Virus News & Updates, for Indonesia

Latest Corona Virus News & Updates, for Indonesia

Indonesian Borders are closed for tourism. However, visitors with Single-Entry Business Visas 211, can currently enter. Indonesian citizens from abroad, Holders of Diplomatic Visa, Duty Visa for Ministerial Level, KITAS, and KITAP are also allowed to enter Indonesia. Bali and Java are under Micro-Scale Social Restrictions to mitigate the spread of Covid-19, expect shorter operational hours on restaurants and attractions, also health protocols enforcements.