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We urgently need anti-malaria drugs!

We urgently need anti-malaria drugs!

Fair Future issues an intense red alert linked to the case of malaria, which is reaching a critical level here in East Sumba, Indonesia. For weeks, thousands of malaria cases have been recorded here in East Sumba. This figure is nevertheless to be taken conditionally because, in many villages, people do not have an identity card or a family book or do not have access to medical care, so they are sick in silence.

Do you have medical equipment, clothes, and medicine? Could you bring them to us here?

Do you have medical equipment, clothes, and medicine? Could you bring them to us here?

Extract and Description of this short News | As part of the departure of the Truck of Life – week #2 of December 2022 – for Sumba East and our Medical-Social Base Camp, we still have a little space available to load equipment such as Medical equipment, medicines and clothes for children and newborns that you no longer use. You can bring all of this to us at the foundation headquarters (see the link here to find us in Denpasar). Here is a list of medicines and other materials you need to bring to Rumah Baik, Denpasar Selatan. Thank you very much for your support Kawan,

Together we can make it

Together we can make it

Let’s do it together and hold hands to reach the moon. Ensure that the primary medical care program for children can continue as the needs are enormous here in eastern Indonesia. Malaria is ravaging, expectations are high, and we lack the means to buy medical equipment, medicines and everything they all need to get better…

Malaria outbreak in East Sumba, Indonesia

Malaria outbreak in East Sumba, Indonesia

Malaria is one of the most severe public health problems in the world. Here in Indonesia, and especially in the eastern regions, it is one of the leading causes of death and disease. Children under five years old and pregnant women are the most affected groups. The problem in East Sumba is the staggering rate of cases affecting families and the anti-malaria drugs that are unavailable or too expensive.