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Truck of Life goes everywhere almost no one goes

Truck of Life goes everywhere almost no one goes

The truck of Life is so important… It allows us to go where almost no one ever goes. To meet people who have unexpected problems. To provide medical care, to take children or even a doctor or dentist to the nearest town. Truck of Life allows us to bring equipment, food, and drinking water where no one goes while ensuring the safety of our volunteers and specialized collaborators. Indeed, hundreds of thousands of people live in the most inaccessible territories who do not have access to the most basic needs to ensure a healthy life: No access to medical care, drinking water, or a light source for children to read or study.

Other big challenges for our teams on the way to NTT

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

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

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.

Dengue fever cases still on the rise despite the seasonal change

Dengue fever cases still on the rise despite the 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.

We activate the “Truck of Life” program by FFF and KBI

We activate the “Truck of Life” program by FFF and KBI

Fair Future and Kawan Baik Foundations are activating the “Truck of Life” program! It will leave for Sumba, by road, on June 12th, a 3 days trip! This truck aims to go where no one is going, to provide food, water, solutions for better health, medical care, books, and learning materials, but also the equipment that the foundation needs on-site…