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The Ethical Code and the 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.

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Fair Future Foundation
Route d’Yvonand 8B – 1522 Lucens (VD) – Switzerland
Banque Cantonale Vaudoise (BCV)
IBAN : CH 83 0076 7000 e543 5802 2
Bank clearing: 767
BIC/SWIFT: BCVLCH2LXXX

Fair Future Foundation
Route d’Yvonand 8B – 1522 Lucens (VD) – Switzerland
Credit Suisse Bank
IBAN : CH64 0483 5143 7008 9100 0
Bank clearing: 4835
BIC/SWIFT: CRESCHZZ11A

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Fair Future Foundation is a Swiss, international non-governmental organization
Being on the ground with those who need us
Federal Charity Number: CH-550.1.057.027-8

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.

Independence

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.

Commitment

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.

Empowerment

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.

Perseverance

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.

OUR ETHICAL CODE

How are you all? We are very happy to announce that we have almost completed the project of access to clean water, construction of showers, toilets, and seed germination place, in order to ensure the continuity of production in the vegetable garden families. Great job from all of us, from Rumah Kambera, Fair Future Base Camp in Eastern Indonesia, and of course all the local community who are also working to carry out this, but also all the other projects of the foundation.

It's a constant job as you can imagine. We have to be on site 12 hours a day in order to coordinate the different aspects of such a project while taking into account unforeseen circumstances: The geology of the ground concerning the drilling, the calculation of the slope from the drilling which is now carried out, up to at the clean water point, toilets, showers, etc. which are located a little over 150 meters away. The power supply, the installation of pumps, the 5,000-liter tank (when there is no electricity)... But also, of course, to teach families to use the facilities that we provide, how to take a shower, how not to generate waste, how to maintain the toilets, clean them of course. So many points on which Fair Future and Kawan Baik focus their attention and more.

This installation is revolutionary in its concept and approach. This is why we have determined it to be a "Pilot Project", we must multiply it by 40 in order to meet the needs of families, villages, and other communities which today do not have access to water.

After 4 days of drilling, we found clean, consumable water. A great joy for us, but also and above all for the families of this village. It is indeed the first time that they will have access to clean water, in quantity and so close to their home. This water will provide them with better health, increase their income, and allow them to have a better quality of life. And also to increase fertility, to eat better, to spend much less time on the roads in order to fetch water far, very far, too far ... Therefore women (because here, this role is still reserved for women and children), will have more time to take care of their homes, their children, or even have another occupation, another small business ...

#TruckOfLife #KawanSehat #Sanitation #WaterAccess #CleanWater #NoWaterAtAll #TakingAction #RebuildAndRecover #FairFutureFoundation #KawanbaikIndonesia #ActForSumba #KawanSumba #NusaTenggaraTimur #EasternIndonesia
Access to clean water and toilets. What is it like to go to the bathroom here and elsewhere?

Friday June 25th

How are you all? We are very happy to announce that we have almost completed the project of access to clean water, construction of showers, toilets, and seed germination place, in order to ensure the continuity of production in the vegetable garden families. Great job from all of us, from Rumah Kambera, Fair Future Base Camp in Eastern Indonesia, and of course all the local community who are also working to carry out this, but also all the other projects of the foundation.

It's a constant job as you can imagine. We have to be on site 12 hours a day in order to coordinate the different aspects of such a project while taking into account unforeseen circumstances: The geology of the ground concerning the drilling, the calculation of the slope from the drilling which is now carried out, up to at the clean water point, toilets, showers, etc. which are located a little over 150 meters away. The power supply, the installation of pumps, the 5,000-liter tank (when there is no electricity)... But also, of course, to teach families to use the facilities that we provide, how to take a shower, how not to generate waste, how to maintain the toilets, clean them of course. So many points on which Fair Future and Kawan Baik focus their attention and more.

This installation is revolutionary in its concept and approach. This is why we have determined it to be a "Pilot Project", we must multiply it by 40 in order to meet the needs of families, villages, and other communities which today do not have access to water.

After 4 days of drilling, we found clean, consumable water. A great joy for us, but also and above all for the families of this village. It is indeed the first time that they will have access to clean water, in quantity and so close to their home. This water will provide them with better health, increase their income, and allow them to have a better quality of life. And also to increase fertility, to eat better, to spend much less time on the roads in order to fetch water far, very far, too far ... Therefore women (because here, this role is still reserved for women and children), will have more time to take care of their homes, their children, or even have another occupation, another small business ...

#TruckOfLife #KawanSehat #Sanitation #WaterAccess #CleanWater #NoWaterAtAll #TakingAction #RebuildAndRecover #FairFutureFoundation #KawanbaikIndonesia #ActForSumba #KawanSumba #NusaTenggaraTimur #EasternIndonesia

YouTube Video VVVyeEFCTmJaaWluWGdSQzVYNUI4SnlBLmZQNU9tV001YXpj

Access to clean water and toilets. What is it like to go to the bathroom here and elsewhere?

How are you all? We are very happy to announce that we have almost completed the project of access to clean water, construction of showers, toilets, and seed germination place, in order to ensure the continuity of production in the vegetable garden families. Great job from all of us, from Rumah Kambera, Fair Future Base Camp in Eastern Indonesia, and of course all the local community who are also working to carry out this, but also all the other projects of the foundation.

It's a constant job as you can imagine. We have to be on site 12 hours a day in order to coordinate the different aspects of such a project while taking into account unforeseen circumstances: The geology of the ground concerning the drilling, the calculation of the slope from the drilling which is now carried out, up to at the clean water point, toilets, showers, etc. which are located a little over 150 meters away. The power supply, the installation of pumps, the 5,000-liter tank (when there is no electricity)... But also, of course, to teach families to use the facilities that we provide, how to take a shower, how not to generate waste, how to maintain the toilets, clean them of course. So many points on which Fair Future and Kawan Baik focus their attention and more.

This installation is revolutionary in its concept and approach. This is why we have determined it to be a "Pilot Project", we must multiply it by 40 in order to meet the needs of families, villages, and other communities which today do not have access to water.

After 4 days of drilling, we found clean, consumable water. A great joy for us, but also and above all for the families of this village. It is indeed the first time that they will have access to clean water, in quantity and so close to their home. This water will provide them with better health, increase their income, and allow them to have a better quality of life. And also to increase fertility, to eat better, to spend much less time on the roads in order to fetch water far, very far, too far ... Therefore women (because here, this role is still reserved for women and children), will have more time to take care of their homes, their children, or even have another occupation, another small business ...

#TruckOfLife #KawanSehat #Sanitation #WaterAccess #CleanWater #NoWaterAtAll #TakingAction #RebuildAndRecover #FairFutureFoundation #KawanbaikIndonesia #ActForSumba #KawanSumba #NusaTenggaraTimur #EasternIndonesia
Access to clean water, toilets, showers ... Fair Future explains this project to you

Friday June 25th

How are you all? We are very happy to announce that we have almost completed the project of access to clean water, construction of showers, toilets, and seed germination place, in order to ensure the continuity of production in the vegetable garden families. Great job from all of us, from Rumah Kambera, Fair Future Base Camp in Eastern Indonesia, and of course all the local community who are also working to carry out this, but also all the other projects of the foundation.

It's a constant job as you can imagine. We have to be on site 12 hours a day in order to coordinate the different aspects of such a project while taking into account unforeseen circumstances: The geology of the ground concerning the drilling, the calculation of the slope from the drilling which is now carried out, up to at the clean water point, toilets, showers, etc. which are located a little over 150 meters away. The power supply, the installation of pumps, the 5,000-liter tank (when there is no electricity)... But also, of course, to teach families to use the facilities that we provide, how to take a shower, how not to generate waste, how to maintain the toilets, clean them of course. So many points on which Fair Future and Kawan Baik focus their attention and more.

This installation is revolutionary in its concept and approach. This is why we have determined it to be a "Pilot Project", we must multiply it by 40 in order to meet the needs of families, villages, and other communities which today do not have access to water.

After 4 days of drilling, we found clean, consumable water. A great joy for us, but also and above all for the families of this village. It is indeed the first time that they will have access to clean water, in quantity and so close to their home. This water will provide them with better health, increase their income, and allow them to have a better quality of life. And also to increase fertility, to eat better, to spend much less time on the roads in order to fetch water far, very far, too far ... Therefore women (because here, this role is still reserved for women and children), will have more time to take care of their homes, their children, or even have another occupation, another small business ...

#TruckOfLife #KawanSehat #Sanitation #WaterAccess #CleanWater #NoWaterAtAll #TakingAction #RebuildAndRecover #FairFutureFoundation #KawanbaikIndonesia #ActForSumba #KawanSumba #NusaTenggaraTimur #EasternIndonesia

YouTube Video VVVyeEFCTmJaaWluWGdSQzVYNUI4SnlBLlRFNDdnLVpkdktR

Access to clean water, toilets, showers ... Fair Future explains this project to you

The truck was loaded to the face, with nearly 500 kilos of equipment, including more than a hundred bags of food that we offered to the population and children of this poor and very rural village, with very limited access to food. electricity and water.

The people here, the families live quite far from each other, this is one of the similarities of the villages of Sumba East. One or two kilometers between two houses is normal here. The majority of people get around on foot, children without shoes! There is no school in the village, so our friends from Charis Foundation organize classes in the village church… A simple church, not yet finished building.

Arrived on site, the medical teams of Fair Future and Kawan Baik are set up in the wooden house, typical of Sumba. People came, mostly children, all sick.

THE PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED ARE ALMOST ALWAYS THE SAME: NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, MANY OF WHICH ARE CHRONIC. FOR CHILDREN, OFTEN DIARRHEA, COUGH, FEVER FOR ADULTS, SKIN AND JOINT PROBLEMS, BACK PAIN… EXTREME FATIGUE TO BE BLAMED ON LIVING CONDITIONS THAT ARE NOT HEALTHY, AND SO ON!

We also distributed more than a hundred bags of food to families and a lot of medicines and of course vitamins because here, we do not eat healthily. A normal meal consists of white rice, chili peppers, salt, and sometimes vegetables. But never fruit, since vitamin deficiencies are important, resulting in a deterioration in the state of form of the most vulnerable people: children, pregnant women, the elderly, and the chronically ill.

These living conditions, the health status of people can be greatly improved with access to clean water. Yes, water is life. It makes it possible to live better, healthier, to cultivate, to eat, to drink, to wash in a better way. This is why the foundation creates access to water, to toilets by gender, using ingenious, inexpensive, and entirely biological filtration systems, without danger for the environment of the beneficiary communities.

The Fair Future Foundation team, who wrote this news, directly from what is the largest medical and social camp in the eastern region of Indonesia (NTT), the home of Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia, who is called “Rumah Kambera“, house of Kambera, named after the village that welcomes us, in the heart of the area most devastated by this disaster on April 2021.

Thank you so much for helping us. We need medicines, donations, medical supplies, food… Do not forget us and them!

#TruckOfLife #KawanSehat #Sanitation #WaterAccess #CleanWater #NoWaterAtAll #TakingAction #RebuildAndRecover #FairFutureFoundation #KawanbaikIndonesia #ActForSumba #KawanSumba #NusaTenggaraTimur #EasternIndonesia
A day of healthcare in East Sumba, village of Kangeli.

Sunday June 20th

The truck was loaded to the face, with nearly 500 kilos of equipment, including more than a hundred bags of food that we offered to the population and children of this poor and very rural village, with very limited access to food. electricity and water.

The people here, the families live quite far from each other, this is one of the similarities of the villages of Sumba East. One or two kilometers between two houses is normal here. The majority of people get around on foot, children without shoes! There is no school in the village, so our friends from Charis Foundation organize classes in the village church… A simple church, not yet finished building.

Arrived on site, the medical teams of Fair Future and Kawan Baik are set up in the wooden house, typical of Sumba. People came, mostly children, all sick.

THE PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED ARE ALMOST ALWAYS THE SAME: NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, MANY OF WHICH ARE CHRONIC. FOR CHILDREN, OFTEN DIARRHEA, COUGH, FEVER FOR ADULTS, SKIN AND JOINT PROBLEMS, BACK PAIN… EXTREME FATIGUE TO BE BLAMED ON LIVING CONDITIONS THAT ARE NOT HEALTHY, AND SO ON!

We also distributed more than a hundred bags of food to families and a lot of medicines and of course vitamins because here, we do not eat healthily. A normal meal consists of white rice, chili peppers, salt, and sometimes vegetables. But never fruit, since vitamin deficiencies are important, resulting in a deterioration in the state of form of the most vulnerable people: children, pregnant women, the elderly, and the chronically ill.

These living conditions, the health status of people can be greatly improved with access to clean water. Yes, water is life. It makes it possible to live better, healthier, to cultivate, to eat, to drink, to wash in a better way. This is why the foundation creates access to water, to toilets by gender, using ingenious, inexpensive, and entirely biological filtration systems, without danger for the environment of the beneficiary communities.

The Fair Future Foundation team, who wrote this news, directly from what is the largest medical and social camp in the eastern region of Indonesia (NTT), the home of Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia, who is called “Rumah Kambera“, house of Kambera, named after the village that welcomes us, in the heart of the area most devastated by this disaster on April 2021.

Thank you so much for helping us. We need medicines, donations, medical supplies, food… Do not forget us and them!

#TruckOfLife #KawanSehat #Sanitation #WaterAccess #CleanWater #NoWaterAtAll #TakingAction #RebuildAndRecover #FairFutureFoundation #KawanbaikIndonesia #ActForSumba #KawanSumba #NusaTenggaraTimur #EasternIndonesia

YouTube Video VVVyeEFCTmJaaWluWGdSQzVYNUI4SnlBLm5uZk9LaHJmaU9F

A day of healthcare in East Sumba, village of Kangeli.

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.

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