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Teachers provide primary medical care

Teachers provide primary medical care

The magic of this "Primary Medica Care" program? It's just that it's unique in the world and it works. The first batch of sixty teachers who have followed the training in primary medical care in rural areas, tell us about their "exploits" and their work as rescuers. They take confidence in themselves it is the most important, and we note it. Medical care is given to children of sick or injured adults. Lives are being saved.

Report of the water connections project

Report of the water connections project

Fair Future regularly presents reports establishing what we have achieved in all our necessary actions. The document that we offer you here explains what, all together, we have been doing over the past twelve months as part of this colossal project, Water Connections, Mbinudita Site. As a reminder, this project aims to provide access to drinking water and sanitation to more than 2,500 people whose homes are scattered over nearly 10 hectares.

A real financial blow that affects us

A real financial blow that affects us

Two of our MacBook Pro-type computers, owned by the foundation, broke down in less than three weeks. And the repair costs are exorbitant for us. We had to find quick solutions. There are days when nothing goes, or almost. Of course, it’s part of life. Still, when it directly affects our ability to work and significantly impacts the finances of our medical and social programs, it becomes complicated for a small foundation like ours.

The 2021 annual report and audited accounts

The 2021 annual report and audited accounts

Account and annual report 2021. Once a year, the foundation publishes its statements revised and approved by the foundation board, the Canton of Vaud and the Swiss Confederation. It also publishes an annual report of actions carried out or in progress in the field.

Water Connections – Where are we right now in building this project?

Water Connections – Where are we right now in building this project?

THE project is progressing well, it is a constant investment of time. We work on the sites every day and thanks to the families of the village of MbinuDita, we are progressing really well. The water now arrives at the top of the hill, where our school is For the first time in the life of the village of #rebuildmbinudita, almost all families have access to clean water in quantity and quality. We are finishing the construction of ten reservoirs of 6200 liters, kilometers of pipes are buried, electricity feeds the pumps in the wells. The construction of the sanitary facilities will be able to begin soon.

Water Connections – Tender for the purchase of a deep well drilling machine

Water Connections – Tender for the purchase of a deep well drilling machine

We are tendering for a deep well drilling machine, which will be used in drinking water and health improvement programs, by Fair Future and Kawan Baik, in eastern Indonesia, especially in the rural and outlying areas of East Sumba. Where we operate. Are you a local business? Located in East Java, Bali? And you want to build our future machine? So contact us to submit your best offer.

Map of needs and actions initiated in East Sumba by Fair Future

Map of needs and actions initiated in East Sumba by Fair Future

This map is produced by the foundation’s teams, but also all the volunteers involved in the field from our local base camp in Sumba. It shows all ongoing actions initiated by Kawan Baik and Fair Future Foundations, those related to water, access to health care, destroyed infrastructure, food needs. In order to determine, quantify, find advantageous and really useful solutions in order to solve the hundreds of problems that are present here.

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.