The main goal, the vision of the foundation is to treat people, to offer free medical care. As a whole, without any difference. Access to medical care in this huge country of 270 million people (4th world population) is not a right, but a privilege.
The foundation ensures that the conditions of medical care correspond in all respects to those expected by the local population. Meant by that, we provides the bulk, not the superfluous that could be misunderstood by the local authorities.
The FFF tries to never forget that any listening, any speech, any silence, any gesture, any act, as technical as it may be, must always be part of a process governed by the attention to the other .
For the FFF, one of our priorities is, first and foremost, not to create new needs that would not be necessary and therefore superfluous for our beneficiaries. This is a very essential notion for the FFF, and it is also part of our ethical charter.
To care: To give a real access to the healthcare to the populations;
Accompany: More than help, we want to change things in the long run;
Testify: We are not silent.
Thanks to our experience and our presence in the field, we challenge the powers (local, regional and (inter) national) with facts, figures and realities.
To Care and treat tens of thousands poor, sick, disable, disadvantaged human beings per year
To Improve the daily life of the local community in suffering, including medical prevention
To Develop major projects related to Free access to Health & Medical care in Indonesia
Work under what is called "emergency actions". Respond quickly by providing concrete solutions
To protect people in danger, abandoned and street children, victims of various types of trafficking
To provide support for families after a natural disaster, a shortage of water/food, suffering from an epidemic
We keeps pictures in large quantity for purposes of testimony & memory for all. Visit galleries here.
The foundation publishes a lot of information on a large number of social media. Find us here.