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Teachers provide primary medical care

The magic of this "Primary Medica Care" program? It's just that it's unique in the world and it works. The first batch of sixty teachers who have followed the training in primary medical care in rural areas, tell us about their "exploits" and their work as rescuers. They take confidence in themselves it is the most important, and we note it. Medical care is given to children of sick or injured adults. Lives are being saved.

How can you help for the Water Connections Program – MbinuDita site

How can you help for the Water Connections Program – MbinuDita site

You can help us finance part of this huge and complicated project. Indeed, we suggest you make a donation corresponding to a complete installation as explained in the pdf document attached to this post. This project is absolutely vital for more than 200 families in eastern Indonesia and is part of the “Water Connections” program, which itself aims to improve the health of people and children. Reduce infant mortality, illnesses linked to the consumption of unclean or even sometimes lethal water. Fair Future treats tens of thousands of people each year and the vast majority of our patients are sick from the water. If we really want to reduce diseases, then let’s work at the source of the problem: Let’s provide access to clean water. To do this, the foundation involves the women and men of the region, in the management of water resources, in sanitation solutions, by implementing safe hygiene practices in order to maximize the benefits for their communities.

2021 is going… 2022 is coming and Fair Future & Kawan Baik are still here!

2021 is going… 2022 is coming and Fair Future & Kawan Baik are still here!

2021 is going, 2022 is coming and the pandemic is part of our everyday life. We are coping as best we can, our resources are not unlimited and the needs are increasing considerably. One of the Foundation’s tasks is to ensure equitable access to water in quantity and quality, in order to prevent disease, maintain lives and livelihoods. It is about reducing environmental health risks by managing sanitation safely and with dignity. However, the foundation seeks to involve women and men in the management of water resources, in sanitation through the implementation of safe hygiene practices in order to maximize the benefits for their communities.

The Shades of Water or why access to clean water is important to us

The Shades of Water or why access to clean water is important to us

One of the Foundation’s tasks is to ensure equitable access to water in quantity and quality, in order to prevent disease, maintain lives and livelihoods. This is to reduce environmental risks to health, by managing sanitation safely and with dignity. Still, the foundation seeks to involve women and men in the management of water resources, in sanitation by the implementation of safe hygiene practices in order to maximize the benefits for their communities.

The impact of COVID on mental health… And how we can help each other

The impact of COVID on mental health… And how we can help each other

Understanding COVID-19 will help us all to stay safe. Find out more about COVID, and how to protect yourself and your community. The mental health impact of COVID… and how we can help each other. COVID-19 Health Information. Understanding the difference: Malaria & COVID-19. What is ‘long COVID’? Latest COVID-19 Data: Sources: WHO, December 2021. 4.8 Million Deaths: Deaths from COVID-19 are continuing to rise. Let’s do what we can to help stop the spread. 5.4 Billion Vaccine doses given: Doses are not being shared equally around the world. #OnlyTogether can we end the pandemic.

Water Connections. The deep borehole of MbinuDita – Part#1

Water Connections. The deep borehole of MbinuDita – Part#1

From the drilling site, here in East Sumba, MbinuDita village. In the middle of nowhere, at the foot of the hill that hosts our school in SD Mbinudita. Most of the work has started. Several phases will lead us to provide a clean water network to more than 200 families who have never had direct access to it. Where it’s complicated is that the groups of houses are sometimes several kilometers apart. This, therefore, makes the thing technically complex in terms of physical law! This action is fully linked to the “Water Connections” program, initiated by the Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations.

The Shades of Water or why access to clean water is important to us

The “Water Connections” Project – The Full Presentation!

The .PDF presentation of the current project “Water Connections” – Drinking water for 200 families in MbinuDita. This document presents to you in detail the project that we started at the beginning of November, after months of preliminary studies. Once completed, the water connections will reach homes, families throughout the MbinuDita region. A magic trick carried out thanks to all of you, to all the friends of the Foundation. the “Kawan Baik” from here and elsewhere. No water, no life. No blue, no green.

Water Connections project – Today, we started drilling in MbinuDita

Water Connections project – Today, we started drilling in MbinuDita

From the drilling site, here in East Sumba, MbinuDita village. A very rural and isolated region, in which nearly 220 families live, economically poor, without access to water, electricity, sanitation solutions (WC, shower), or medical care. A region where the lack of water is wreaking havoc in terms of health. Our are therefore able to provide them with what they need most. Clean water to live, to drink, to have good health, to prosper economically too. These few photos were taken during the last 15 days during our mission to prepare the village for the arrival of a source of clean water, via the drilling of a deep well – more than 60 meters -. This action is fully linked to the “Water Connections” program, initiated by Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations. A complicated project but which will come to fruition after two weeks of work on the spot, or about 15 days to drill, there … In the middle of nowhere, at the bottom of the hill that hosts our school in SD Mbinudita.

Medical assistance – Malaria in Indonesia, what we are doing?

Medical assistance – Malaria in Indonesia, what we are doing?

Risk is present throughout the country, excluding urban areas, and excluding the areas specified: J akarta, Surabaya, Denpasar (Bali), and other large cities are risk-free, including the beach resorts in southern Bali. Sporadic cases of malaria in travelers have been reported from rural areas of Java, Bali (Padangbai area), Bintan, and Lombok islands. The WHO data does not take into account the situation in eastern Indonesia, which is linked to the lack of existing data. Nevertheless, malaria in the regions of Flores, Sumba Timur and Kupang is important in rural villages.

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