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Our Ethical Code and our charter

These six core values guides us in our daily choices and decisions!

The Ethical Code and the charter of Fair Future

To carry out our mission, our projects follow a series of values common to our entire organization!

The Fair Future Foundation and its representations operate in the fields of education for disease prevention, medical care, women’s rights, education, and the professional integration of children, adolescents, and young adults.

These six core values guide us in our daily choices and decisions! These guiding principles dictate our behavior and can help us understand the difference between what is right and what is wrong. The six foundation core values also help us to determine if we are on “the right track” and whether we can achieve our goals and fulfill our mission.

These core values come not from our reflection, but from our philosophy and from what we deeply are every day. This is what determines us all here at the foundation, as an entire organization but especially as human being.

Social justice for all

We believe in equitable social justice as the only guarantor of equality in health, respect for fundamental rights and collective solidarity.


We are independent of any power or political, religious or financial interests, in the choice of our programs and our way of doing things. Refuse all subordination, we privilege to dialogue with the people we work with.


Thanks to committed professionals, volunteers and employees, we care, testify and support the people in their desire for social change.

Balance & Equity

The balance between here and there, between emergency and long-term programs, medical knowledge and secular knowledge, public and private donations. This balance is part of our relevance and originality.


Together with our partners and communities, we help vulnerable people to act in their social environment, to be health workers and to assert their rights.


In all cases of figures, we go after things, at our pace. We do not give up, never. We consider that there is a solution to all problems and that all can be solved, in accordance with local laws and traditions.

The foundation operates with total respect for the beliefs, traditions, customs, religions of the country or regions where it will be called upon to work.

The foundation ethos excludes any denominational or ethnic discrimination. Furthermore, they are strictly not politically affiliated.

The foundation commitment is to build sustainably, without any kind of condescendence towards local population, nor the already existing initiatives.

Helping men and women in the field

We are strongly committed to these projects

We rely on a strong network of professionals to provide technical, social, food and medical assistance in order to save lives!

Some of the actions that have occupied us all for months, years and for which we are very committed, socially, medically, personally

Rumah Kambera - Base Camp in East Sumba

A workplace, social center, an open door for all. A home for them, for us.

Fair Future 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 actions or construction of health infrastructures such as toilets, health, and education programs for children, women, and communities in rural areas and peripherals.

Wherever access to water, electricity, education, or health is almost non-existent.

Truck of Life program

In order to go where no one ever goes to build, comfort, heal, treat and deal with the most urgent.

We activated the "Truck of Life" program in 2021. This truck aims to go where no one goes, to provide food, water, solutions for better health, medical care, books, educational material, but also the material that the foundation needs on-site...

In the most inaccessible territories, live thousands of people who do not have access to the most basic needs to ensure them a healthier life, nor to basic medical care, nor access to clean or drinking water to avoid not being ill, nor to a source of light to read or study for children.

The Truck of Life program allows us to provide medical care and take children or even a doctor or dentist to the nearest town.

Providing relief in natural disasters

An earthquake, tsunami, flood or cyclone can have a devastating impact on entire communities like in April 2021 in NTT, Indonesia

Within minutes, natural disasters can affect the lives of tens of thousands of people. Hundreds or even thousands of people can be injured, homes & livelihoods destroyed. Access to drinking water, health services, & transport may also be disrupted. The impact of each disaster is highly variable and our response must adapt to each situation.

Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia are quick to identify needs because we are there, but accessing a disaster area can be difficult when roads are cut off. Our on-site teams are made up of logisticians, medical & documentalists, the local authorities, & aid organizations already present with whom we share time, premises, & know-how.

The Truck of Life moves fast, bringing the vital equipment needed on-site, as it can go almost anywhere.

Access to Clean Water & Sanitation

Together, we prevent disease and sustain lives and livelihoods

For the "Water Connections Program", we build central water points, clean & safe water network.  The entire project can be downloaded here via this link.

The MbinuDita Water Connections project is to provide a drinking water network to more than 220 families and over 2'200 people who have never had direct access to it. To improve people's health, prevent many diseases, reduce infant mortality, offering a better quality of life.

Where it is complicated is that the groups of houses are sometimes several kilometers apart. So that makes the thing technically complex in terms of physical law!

This action is fully linked to the “Water Connections” program, initiated in 2021, by Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations in the outermost regions of eastern Indonesia.

Rebuild Mnibudita Program

It is the center of life for several thousand people in this rural area.

Located far from everything, where no real road leads! The program "Rebuild MbinuDita" is to give access to clean water to all the inhabitants of the community (water is extremely scarce here), but also to medical care, to healthy food through the creation of organic gardens.

These activities have no other objectives than to increase their quality of life, to offer better health to people, access to health and medical care, and that people can increase their income.

We started with the construction of the most beautiful school in Sumba. Today we are "rebuilding" the village by giving them access to knowledge so that everyone can duplicate what we have brought.

The magic works, we do all this with the villagers who learn what we put in place in order to duplicate it

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

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