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Ending Poverty, increasing education and improve knowledges

Set up projects and actions aimed at reducing poverty

Together, let’s be active agents of change in favor of those who have difficulties

Fair Future is a global movement of people, working together to end the injustice of poverty. Working with partners, we use a combination of practical and innovative tactics to implement development programs, public education, campaigns, advocacy, and humanitarian assistance in disasters and conflicts.

Fair Future supports and develops projects aimed at creating opportunities for all generations. The foundation seeks to rebalance social inequalities to restore the autonomy of communities in Indonesia, create a fairer and more equitable future for all.

Sanitation and drinking water, access to electricity, access to medical care, end discrimination against women, put in place solutions so that more children go to school, we will not stop until every person can live a life without poverty.

The foundation is exclusively dedicated to providing people and children with concrete solutions to improve social, educational, and medical living conditions and this through innovative and inspiring projects.

From the construction of school or hospital to projects of empowerment with women of a penitentiary or from a social restaurant to an eShop to support small artisans and mico-businesses, the foundation will always find new ways to help communities equally and regardless of religion, beliefs, gender or age.

Indonesia

228.2 million

population

71 million

people lack access to improved sanitation

37,2%

Of Children are Stunted

one in three woman

have reported having experienced physical and/or sexual violence during their lifetime!

GENDER INEQUALITY IS A KEY DRIVER OF POVERTY

LET’S FIGHT THIS INJUSTICE AND IMPROVE THE CONDITIONS OF WOMEN IN INDONESIA

Every day, in Indonesia as in all countries of the world, women face discrimination and inequalities. They face violence, abuse and unequal treatment at home, at work, and in their communities at large – and are denied the opportunity to learn, win and lead.

According to the 2018 Women’s Health and Life Experiences Survey, one in three women aged 15-64 years in Indonesia reported that she had experienced physical and/or sexual violence in her lifetime!

AID AND DEVELOPMENT

ONE IN THREE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD LIVES IN POVERTY. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE DIE EVERY DAY FOR LACK OF ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER OR BASIC MEDICINES.

in Indonesia, country of 268,2 Mio people: 25.1 million Indonesians still live below the poverty line | 20.9% of the entire population remains vulnerable to falling into poverty, as their income hovers marginally above the national poverty line | 37.2% of children under 5 are stunted

This progress has been made possible by aid and development finance. But right now, aid from our friendly governments is at its lowest level ever as a proportion of the budget, at just 0.23% of gross national income on average!

ENDING POVERTY – WATER AND SANITATION

TOGETHER, WE CAN prevent DISEASE AND SUSTAINS LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS

In Indonesia, 71 million people lack access to improved sanitation and 28 million people lack access to safe water.

Water is a matter of concern to us at the Fair Future Foundation: Our humanitarian responses, our campaigns, and our long-term initiatives to help families improve their incomes, reduce their vulnerability to disasters, and defend their rights.

Our job is to ensure equitable access to water in quantity and quality, which prevents disease and sustains lives and livelihoods; reduce environmental health risks by managing sanitation safely and with dignity; and involving women and men in water and sanitation resource management and safe hygiene practices to maximize benefits for their communities.

FOOD, NATURAL RESOURCES AND CLIMATE CHANGE!

IN INDONESIA, 22 PERCENT OF THE POPULATION LIVES BELOW THE POVERTY LINE AND INCREASE!

Almost a billion people around the world go to bed hungry every night. Not because there isn’t enough food for everyone, but because of the deep injustice in the way food is produced, accessed and distributed.

In Indonesia, 22.8 million, people are unable to meet their dietary requirements, 37.2% of children under 5 are stunted!

Climate change is also exacerbating pressure on land, along with growing demand for natural resources. Poor communities find themselves in competition with powerful interests for control of the land, water, forests and energy resources on which they depend for survival.

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