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Wherever we are involved, the cases and the environment are unique. Nonetheless, Fair Future follows a common set of practices designed to ensure that its resources and expertise are used in an optimal and respectful manner
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The Water Connections Program
We are launching a peer-to-peer campaign to fund this vital project for a few thousand people in rural eastern Indonesia. You can create a team and become its captain! Or start as an independent fundraiser!
Altogether, you can help finance part of this great action, either by finding the means to pay for the construction of a water storage tank, a deep borehole, pipes, kilometers of pipes, one or more solar panels, batteries, or technical equipment.
You can see the list of needs displayed on the “Water Connections” peer-to-peer campaign page here by clicking this link.
We will launch it soon!
Some pictures of our Base Camp in East Sumba -Rumah Kambera-. A place that Fair Future Foundation and Kawan Baik Indonesia renovated with their own hands last year. A magical place in which the...
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Fair Future Charter
Fair Future Foundation is a Swiss and international Foundation.
The foundation is mainly composed of social and medical staff, agents of the health sector, and pioneers in their particular fields such as Access to water, renewable energies, and is also open to all other professions that can contribute to the achievement of its objectives. Our actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality.
The men and women working for or with the foundation undertake to respect their professional ethics and to maintain total independence with regard to any political, economic, or religious power.
The Swiss foundation and its local partners come to the aid of populations in distress, victims of natural or man-made disasters. They do so without distinction of race, religion, creed, or political convictions.
Fair Future observes neutrality and impartiality in the name of universal medical ethics and the right to humanitarian assistance and claims full freedom in the exercise of its functions.
As volunteers brought to work with the foundation understand the risks and dangers of the missions they accomplish and do not claim for themselves or their beneficiaries any other form of remuneration than that which the foundation might be able to grant them.
The Drilling is finished, over 55m deep - We start the 2nd phase now, distribution on Clean water... Click for .PDF doc!
This crisis is a humanitarian and health crisis
let’s be united!
Access to drinking water should be a basic human right
It’s too easy to forget that water is a miracle. In some countries, clean, safe drinking water is so plentiful and readily available that we take it for granted.
The majority of the communities that Fair Future works with, struggle every day to have access to this fundamental right: To have clean and non-lethal water. This is why this project is important for us but especially for them. The right to have good health is a non-existent concept when water is present neither in quality (unsuitable, dangerous…) nor in quantity (a few liters per day only for an entire family).
We are counting on you to support future projects, the first of which is the construction of a network of wells in the Mbinudita region, which will provide access to water to more than 200 families.
- A unique, innovative, original, participatory, ecological, and vital project!
- We have been working on it for several months and it is progressing well.
This is why, within the framework of the fundamental right to health, the “Water Connections” program is so important: The creation of access to water for these more than 200 families, so that their health can improve, that they can cultivate and grow vegetables, cook, bathe, drink and feel good. But also to offer them the possibility of creating economic activity in the service of their living conditions. The Detailed presentation in .PDF here.
Nonetheless, Fair Future follows a common set of practices
Fair Future is am organisation that wants to start a borderless movement of people, working together to end the injustice of poverty
Fair Future in a few lines
Active in emergency aid, the Swiss Fair Future provides rapid, appropriate, and effective responses to populations affected by natural disasters, epidemics/pandemics, shortages, or socio-economic crises.
but also so that more kids can have access to a school and indeed a good education. Medical activities related to COVID-19, Malaria, or Dengue Fever, as well as air pollution and the consequences on the health of all, are some of our main concerns
We will not stop until everyone can have a better, healthier life that will give families more opportunities for development.
Provide solutions in case
of emergencies or disasters
We are a Swiss foundation, working internationally! Founded in 2006, we have known -through hundreds of actions and projects- to achieve incredible things! Hospital, schools, health centers, truck of life, wells to access clean water;
To date, more than 300,000 people have already benefited from Fair Future support in terms of health and medical care;
Since 2018, we have been working exclusively in rural and outermost regions, particularly in the far east of Indonesia;
We are also a movement of “good friends” who, along with our partners, use a combination of practical and innovative tactics to implement programs of care, development, education, and humanitarian aid during various disasters;
Bring medical care to people
who never have access to it
Together, we offer assistance to people according to their real needs
Always find the best solution
Involve, Innovate, Empower, Speak, Listen, Share and Give
Together, we offer assistance to people according to their real needs
It doesn’t matter what country they are from, what religion they belong to, or what their political affiliations are! We prioritize those who are in the most serious and immediate danger
The extent of a crisis, the levels of disease, and mortality in the population are the criteria used. But also the seriousness of exclusion from healthcare and the added value we can bring to isolated communities.
Our teams often ask themselves questions: About the type, relevance, and impact of our presence, taking into account real needs, customs and traditions. Are we offering a better quality of life through a project?
Improving our practices is an integral part of our day-to-day activities. The innovation demonstrated by Fair Future and Kawan Baik has led to significant improvements in the care of people in crisis.
For example, how we adapt to medical care needs, taking into account local reality and what exists; the tools put in place to respond to disasters which are unfortunately too frequent here or the use of natural and healthy food by creating community gardens.
As well as what we have created so that thousands of people can have access to clean water in their village.
In the field, our teams are in constant dialogue with communities, local communities, refractory people also in order to help them better understand the creation of a well in their village for example!
We are therefore doing everything we can to minimize the risks for our teams through this constant dialogue and through the usefulness and quality of the assistance we provide.
For solutions to global challenges to be effective, it is important to understand and incorporate the context of local communities, like in Rumah Kambera.
For solutions to global challenges to be effective, it is important to understand and incorporate the context of local communities.
This is what Fair Future and its partners do within the framework of all the socio-medical health programs that we put in place. The notion of learning for the purpose of duplication by communities from rural regions & villages is essential. With us, they learn in order to do it again!