Malaria Emergency | In order to effectively fight the ongoing malaria epidemic in our region, our medical teams need vital resources such as medicines, rapid diagnostic kits, laboratory equipment and two microscopes. In addition, it is very important that we have access to impregnated mosquito nets and indoor spraying equipment (IRS) to prevent any potential infection. Thank you from the heart.
Medico-social programs and commitmentsDiscover how Fair Future teams respond to different diseases in the regions where we operate and understand the challenges we face to provide the most appropriate response(s) to each social, medical, infrastructural, or educational issue.
Nonetheless, Fair Future follows a standard set of practices designed to ensure that its resources and expertise are used optimally and respectfully.
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Wherever we are involved, the cases and the environment are unique.
Understand the daily challenges of the foundation, here, now and tomorrow.
Medical, Social, and Educative Activities: In all our work with families and communities from the poorest areas regarding wealth, we strive to respond most appropriately.
The problems boil down to various diseases, including tropical ones, access to health care, rapid responses in the event of disasters or conflicts, access to knowledge for children who cannot go to school or to solve the immense problems faced by families and villages during pandemics, food, health or economic.
Within all of these areas, we do what we can to help in innovative and scalable ways without creating unnecessary needs for all who benefit from our services.
The programs in which Fair Future has been involved since 2008 consider the people most at risk, those who live in extreme precariousness or poverty, in areas of significant economic or political instability.
We are active in ultra-rural regions where healthy food and clean/safe water are almost non-existent. Where living conditions are precarious, access to health care is impossible, electricity is absent, and vaccinations for children are so rare that so many people are not vaccinated, we are active.
We have observed for years that malaria, dengue fever and tuberculosis are endemic in the regions where we have our teams. Millions of people live with HIV/AIDS, and hunger is killing hundreds of children, as is access to unsafe drinking water.