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Fair Future Foundation

A Swiss, international, and independent humanitarian socio-medical organisation, directly involved in the most rural and ultra-peripheral regions of Indonesia.

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Discover how we providesocial, medical, humanitarian purposesWherever 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.

What the foundation is working on now?Vital actions to restore what is essential for an entire population!

This crisis is a humanitarian and health crisis, let’s be united!

Donate for a cause of your choice

Donate to programs initiated by Fair Future and be on the ground with us. We are committed to ensuring that as many people as possible have access to medical care (basic and emergency care), Covid-19 screening and testing, access to school and knowledge, drinking and clean water, sanitation, women's rights, and minorities living in rural and ultra peripheral areas.

Going where no one ever goes is one of our priorities, see Truck Of Life program.

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Donate for Clean Water Access in East Sumba

Do you want to participate in the drilling of a well for 40 families and 250 people? Provide clean and potable water to all those who no longer have access to it, or who have never had access to it. Water is life, water makes you feel good!

To do this, Fair Future and the Indonesian Red Cross are launching a program to build wells, toilets and provide access to drinking water to 42 villages and communities in East Sumba.

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Donate for healthcare, to improve health and save lives

Whether it is to fight against famine, diseases linked to the lack of clean water, the lack of sanitation system, the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, respiratory diseases linked to air pollution, tuberculosis, or any other form of recurrent illness, Fair Future does what it can to best help populations in need.

Help us to provide us with medicines, medical equipment, logistics, my indispensable faith also to get us where no one ever goes. Help us to heal, to give a better life, to help us to save lives!

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COVID-19 in Indonesia, a dramatic situation

Take care of people, do what the state does not! Fair Futur acts to detect, test, treat and vaccinate the victims of the Pandemic. No Antigen tests, no vaccine (here in Sumba for example, hardly anyone is vaccinated). Also, the health centers are closed because they are infected and the medical staff is sick.

There are very few doctors and other medical personnel who are still at work. This is linked to medical and infectious factors, but also and above all because the staff is no longer paid, therefore they no longer come to work.

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Donate for East Indonesia disaster

After the Sumba natural disaster in April 2021, Fair Future is the only foreign organization there. We commit ourselves every day to rebuild, to improve...

We are confronted with health problems, social challenges. We need infrastructural and human resources. They need to eat, drink, have access to healthcare and a roof to protect themselves!

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You don't have access to e-banking?

Sometimes, it is not possible to make a donation via modern solutions, by what is called "e-banking".

From then on, you can participate in one of our projects or programs by making a bank transfer, via one of our two bank accounts in Switzerland.

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More than yesterday and even less than tomorrow, Fair Future and Kawan Baik Foundations continue to develop projects with humanitarian, positive, and virtuous objectives.

Our organizations get involved every day, in a concrete way on the ground. They are men and women, mostly volunteers, who work to find solutions and implement them so that everyone can have a better life.

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Medical problemsin whichwe are involved

Tuberculosis in Indonesia

Social disease, tuberculosis affects the poorest.

New cases number in the hundreds of thousands in Indonesia, like HIV. Drugs are also too expensive.

Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by bacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) that most often affect the lungs. Tuberculosis is curable and preventable.

A social disease, tuberculosis affects more particularly the poorest groups of the population, in particular the homeless people in whom the incidence (approximately 200 / 100,000) far exceeds that of other groups.

In Indonesia, tuberculosis is the leading cause of death in the category of infectious diseases. However, when one considers the general causes of death, tuberculosis ranks 3rd after heart disease and acute respiratory disease at all ages. The number of tuberculosis cases found in 2019 was around 645,000 cases. This figure has increased from the tuberculosis data recorded in 2018, which was in the order of 566.00 cases.

Meanwhile, the number of recorded deaths from tuberculosis based on WHO 2019 data is 98,000 people. This includes 5,300 deaths of tuberculosis patients with HIV / AIDS.

Life-saving anti-tuberculosis drugs are still unaffordable and out of reach for children in high-burden countries like Indonesia.

In 2020, the 30 countries with a high TB burden accounted for 87% of new TB cases. Eight countries account for two-thirds of the total, led by India, followed by Indonesia, China, Philippines, Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, and South Africa.


More info: https://tbindonesia.or.id/pustaka-tbc/informasi/tentang-tbc/situasi-tbc-di-indonesia-2/

Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by bacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) that most often affect the lungs. Tuberculosis is curable and preventable.

A social disease, tuberculosis affects more particularly the poorest groups of the population, in particular the homeless people in whom the incidence (approximately 200 / 100,000) far exceeds that of other groups.

In Indonesia, tuberculosis is the leading cause of death in the category of infectious diseases. However, when one considers the general causes of death, tuberculosis ranks 3rd after heart disease and acute respiratory disease at all ages. The number of tuberculosis cases found in 2019 was around 645,000 cases. This figure has increased from the tuberculosis data recorded in 2018, which was in the order of 566.00 cases.

Meanwhile, the number of recorded deaths from tuberculosis based on WHO 2019 data is 98,000 people. This includes 5,300 deaths of tuberculosis patients with HIV / AIDS.

Life-saving anti-tuberculosis drugs are still unaffordable and out of reach for children in high-burden countries like Indonesia.

In 2020, the 30 countries with a high TB burden accounted for 87% of new TB cases. Eight countries account for two-thirds of the total, led by India, followed by Indonesia, China, Philippines, Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, and South Africa.


More info: https://tbindonesia.or.id/pustaka-tbc/informasi/tentang-tbc/situasi-tbc-di-indonesia-2/

Dengue Fever in Indonesia

Dengue virus (DENV) infection is a major cause of acute febrile illness in Indonesia.

And high cause of death. The COVID-19 pandemic is not helping!

Dengue Fever

Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a disease caused by dengue virus infection (IVD) which is transmitted through the bite of the Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.

Dengue virus infection is an endemic disease that appears throughout the year, especially in the rainy season in various tropical and sub-tropical regions including in Indonesia. The rainy season is an optimal condition for breeding mosquitoes, so there can be an increase in cases that are high and fast. According to WHO, Indonesia is the second-largest country with dengue cases among 30 endemic regions.

Dengue is a severe, flu-like illness that affects infants, young children, and adults, but seldom causes death. Symptoms usually last for 2–7 days, after an incubation period of 4–10 days after the bite from an infected mosquito. Dengue is widespread throughout the tropics, with local variations in risk influenced by rainfall, temperature, relative humidity, and unplanned rapid urbanisation.

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting enormous pressure on the health and management systems of Dengue and tens of thousands of cases have not been managed properly, increasing mortality from this viral disease. Fair Future deals a lot with cases of Dengue, especially in poor villages, where no waste management is in place.

The case fatality rate (CFR) has been estimated at more than 20% of those infected. Knowing that Dengue fever affects millions of people every year, this makes it one of the most important causes of death in Indonesia. Complications can lead to circulatory system failure and shock, and can be fatal (also known as Dengue Shock Syndrome).

In some cases, Dengue infection is asymptomatic – persons do not exhibit symptoms. Those with symptoms get ill between 4 to 7 days after the bite. The infection is characterised by flu-like symptoms which include a sudden high fever coming in separate waves, pain behind the eyes, muscle, joint, and bone pain, severe headache, and a skin rash with red spots. Treatment includes supportive care of symptoms.

There is no antiviral treatment available. The illness may progress to Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF). Symptoms include severe abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, convulsions, bruising, and uncontrolled bleeding.

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--> Read the dedicated page about Dengue Fever


More information: https://fairfuturefoundation.org/dengue-fever-cases-still-on-the-rise-despite-seasonal-change/

Dengue Fever

Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a disease caused by dengue virus infection (IVD) which is transmitted through the bite of the Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.

Dengue virus infection is an endemic disease that appears throughout the year, especially in the rainy season in various tropical and sub-tropical regions including in Indonesia. The rainy season is an optimal condition for breeding mosquitoes, so there can be an increase in cases that are high and fast. According to WHO, Indonesia is the second-largest country with dengue cases among 30 endemic regions.

Dengue is a severe, flu-like illness that affects infants, young children, and adults, but seldom causes death. Symptoms usually last for 2–7 days, after an incubation period of 4–10 days after the bite from an infected mosquito. Dengue is widespread throughout the tropics, with local variations in risk influenced by rainfall, temperature, relative humidity, and unplanned rapid urbanisation.

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting enormous pressure on the health and management systems of Dengue and tens of thousands of cases have not been managed properly, increasing mortality from this viral disease. Fair Future deals a lot with cases of Dengue, especially in poor villages, where no waste management is in place.

The case fatality rate (CFR) has been estimated at more than 20% of those infected. Knowing that Dengue fever affects millions of people every year, this makes it one of the most important causes of death in Indonesia. Complications can lead to circulatory system failure and shock, and can be fatal (also known as Dengue Shock Syndrome).

In some cases, Dengue infection is asymptomatic – persons do not exhibit symptoms. Those with symptoms get ill between 4 to 7 days after the bite. The infection is characterised by flu-like symptoms which include a sudden high fever coming in separate waves, pain behind the eyes, muscle, joint, and bone pain, severe headache, and a skin rash with red spots. Treatment includes supportive care of symptoms.

There is no antiviral treatment available. The illness may progress to Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF). Symptoms include severe abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, convulsions, bruising, and uncontrolled bleeding.

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--> Read the dedicated page about Dengue Fever


More information: https://fairfuturefoundation.org/dengue-fever-cases-still-on-the-rise-despite-seasonal-change/

Malaria in Indonesia

Each year, malaria kills thousands of people in Indonesia.

70% of all deaths are children under five. The COVID-19 pandemic is not helping!

Malaria

The malaria trend in Indonesia is increasing dramatically in recent years. The disease is fairly easy to treat, but access to the most effective treatments remains insufficient.

90% of all malaria deaths occur due to a lack of access to medical care. Mosquito nets are expensive and out of reach for many.

  • Malaria risk is present below the altitude of : 2000 meters
  • High-risk months for Malaria are: January to December

The transmission of COVID-19 in Indonesia has continued unabated and has spread to malaria-endemic areas, in particular the eastern provinces of the country, such as East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) where Fair Future is working, Maluku, and Papua, forcing authorities to intensify their vigilance to avoid a double burden of disease.

According to data from the Indonesian Ministry of Health, an estimated 250,644 cases of malaria have occurred in Indonesia, 85% of which are in rural areas. The high level of malaria endemicity in some areas is a cause for concern, not least because there is no end in sight for the COVID-19 crisis.

Plasmodium - a parasite that causes malaria in humans - can damage the immune system, which is why patients with malaria are prone to other infections, including COVID-19.

And there are no new drugs in the development pipeline, which means we may find ourselves without effective options in the future.


More info: https://hellosehat.com/pernapasan/tbc/tbc-di-indonesia/

Malaria

The malaria trend in Indonesia is increasing dramatically in recent years. The disease is fairly easy to treat, but access to the most effective treatments remains insufficient.

90% of all malaria deaths occur due to a lack of access to medical care. Mosquito nets are expensive and out of reach for many.

  • Malaria risk is present below the altitude of : 2000 meters
  • High-risk months for Malaria are: January to December

The transmission of COVID-19 in Indonesia has continued unabated and has spread to malaria-endemic areas, in particular the eastern provinces of the country, such as East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) where Fair Future is working, Maluku, and Papua, forcing authorities to intensify their vigilance to avoid a double burden of disease.

According to data from the Indonesian Ministry of Health, an estimated 250,644 cases of malaria have occurred in Indonesia, 85% of which are in rural areas. The high level of malaria endemicity in some areas is a cause for concern, not least because there is no end in sight for the COVID-19 crisis.

Plasmodium - a parasite that causes malaria in humans - can damage the immune system, which is why patients with malaria are prone to other infections, including COVID-19.

And there are no new drugs in the development pipeline, which means we may find ourselves without effective options in the future.


More info: https://hellosehat.com/pernapasan/tbc/tbc-di-indonesia/

Antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial resistance in Indonesia is a real health emergency.

It threatens to make simple cuts & easily treatable diseases, are deadly again.

Antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial agents have played a vital role in reducing the burden of communicable diseases around the world. The WHO South-East Asia Region is no exception. On an Indonesian or "local" scale, antimicrobial drugs, including antibiotics, are very cheap, accessible, and very effective. It is with good reason that many have long considered them to be "miracle drugs".

The situation in Indonesia with this major health problem is absolutely catastrophic. Participating physicians prescribe antimicrobials on all counts, for infections for which any form of antimicrobial is unnecessary. Too large a proportion of sick patients simply no longer respond to the treatments they - sometimes very urgently - need.

The emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) creates “superbugs” that make treatment of basic infections difficult (and in some cases impossible) and surgery risky. And while the emergence of resistance in microorganisms is an ongoing phenomenon, its amplification and spread are the results of one thing: human behavior.

The WHO South-East Asia Region is particularly affected. As the risk assessments conducted by WHO have shown, the Region is probably the most at-risk part of the world. Not only does AMR affect the health and well-being of people in Indonesia, it also has ramifications for public health and general well-being. This makes the problem of immense global importance.

 


More info: https://www.balimedicaljournal.org/index.php/bmj/article/viewFile/1386/pdf

Antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial agents have played a vital role in reducing the burden of communicable diseases around the world. The WHO South-East Asia Region is no exception. On an Indonesian or "local" scale, antimicrobial drugs, including antibiotics, are very cheap, accessible, and very effective. It is with good reason that many have long considered them to be "miracle drugs".

The situation in Indonesia with this major health problem is absolutely catastrophic. Participating physicians prescribe antimicrobials on all counts, for infections for which any form of antimicrobial is unnecessary. Too large a proportion of sick patients simply no longer respond to the treatments they - sometimes very urgently - need.

The emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) creates “superbugs” that make treatment of basic infections difficult (and in some cases impossible) and surgery risky. And while the emergence of resistance in microorganisms is an ongoing phenomenon, its amplification and spread are the results of one thing: human behavior.

The WHO South-East Asia Region is particularly affected. As the risk assessments conducted by WHO have shown, the Region is probably the most at-risk part of the world. Not only does AMR affect the health and well-being of people in Indonesia, it also has ramifications for public health and general well-being. This makes the problem of immense global importance.

 


More info: https://www.balimedicaljournal.org/index.php/bmj/article/viewFile/1386/pdf

Air pollution & health

Plastic that burns, everywhere! Air pollution is responsible for almost 50% of mortality here.

Dioxins, furans, mercury, and polychlorinated biphenyls are highly toxic!

Impact of air pollution on health

Globally, air pollution kills an estimated 7 million people annually in Indonesia according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Current air pollution problems are greatest in Indonesia as they caused 50% of morbidity across the country.

Diseases stemming from vehicular emissions and air pollution include acute respiratory infection, bronchial asthma, bronchitis, and eye, skin irritations, lung cancer, and cardiovascular diseases.

In Indonesia plastic combustion is responsible for the majority of asthma cases in children. The culprits are "phthalates", those chemicals which give plastic its prized qualities (flexibility), and which are serious endocrine disruptors, associated with a plethora of health problems.

  • Burning plastics releases toxic gases such as dioxins, furans, mercury, and polychlorinated biphenyls into the atmosphere, and poses a threat to vegetation, as well as to the health of humans and animals;
  • When plastic is burned, it releases dangerous chemicals such as hydrochloric acid, sulfur dioxide, dioxins, furans, and heavy metals, as well as particulates. These emissions are known to cause respiratory ailments and stress human immune systems, and they're potentially carcinogenic;
  • Dioxins are deposited on crops, fruits, vegetables, and in waterways where they end up in our food and therefore in our bodies. These dioxins are potentially fatal persistent organic pollutants that can cause cancer and disrupt the respiratory and thyroid systems.
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Read the full page about this very serious matter

 


More info: https://fairfuturefoundation.org/air-pollution-and-plastic-waste-in-indonesia/

Impact of air pollution on health

Globally, air pollution kills an estimated 7 million people annually in Indonesia according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Current air pollution problems are greatest in Indonesia as they caused 50% of morbidity across the country.

Diseases stemming from vehicular emissions and air pollution include acute respiratory infection, bronchial asthma, bronchitis, and eye, skin irritations, lung cancer, and cardiovascular diseases.

In Indonesia plastic combustion is responsible for the majority of asthma cases in children. The culprits are "phthalates", those chemicals which give plastic its prized qualities (flexibility), and which are serious endocrine disruptors, associated with a plethora of health problems.

  • Burning plastics releases toxic gases such as dioxins, furans, mercury, and polychlorinated biphenyls into the atmosphere, and poses a threat to vegetation, as well as to the health of humans and animals;
  • When plastic is burned, it releases dangerous chemicals such as hydrochloric acid, sulfur dioxide, dioxins, furans, and heavy metals, as well as particulates. These emissions are known to cause respiratory ailments and stress human immune systems, and they're potentially carcinogenic;
  • Dioxins are deposited on crops, fruits, vegetables, and in waterways where they end up in our food and therefore in our bodies. These dioxins are potentially fatal persistent organic pollutants that can cause cancer and disrupt the respiratory and thyroid systems.
  • ...

Read the full page about this very serious matter

 


More info: https://fairfuturefoundation.org/air-pollution-and-plastic-waste-in-indonesia/

Malnutrition and famine

Malnutrition in Indonesia causes serious illness. These diseases exacerbate the phenomenon, creating a vicious cycle of famine and disease. This is a major problem in which the foundation invests a lot.

Malnutrition and Famine

In Indonesia, 8.4 million children are stunted (excessively small for their age) and suffer from chronic malnutrition It is the underlying factor that contributes to almost half of the deaths of children under five.

Malnutrition can lead to a weakened immune system, which means children are more vulnerable to disease. These diseases can exacerbate malnutrition, creating a vicious cycle of malnutrition and disease.

Fair Future and Kawan Baik, as part of their medical activities in the regions of the far east of the country, are very actively occupied and concerned about the situation of people, especially children and other so-called vulnerable people, in terms of access. to healthy food, but also to clean water. Without water, it is difficult if not impossible to cook and eat healthily.

The key to eating healthier and staying healthy is having water: For gardening, growing vegetables and cooking them.

Quick facts about malnutrition

In some very rural areas, Fair Future is carrying out projects to prevent malnutrition by creating community gardens. Program implicitly linked to access to water.

The use of local resources will be used to prevent children and other so-called "vulnerable" people from falling ill. In our daily medical activities, Fair Future and Kawan Baik foundation's sets up outpatient clinics and anticipates the annual seasons of shortages, such as the rainy season or the one where pests are very present.

Our social and medical teams also adopt a preventive approach by distributing a nutritional supplement to people at risk, by ensuring the implementation of other diseases prevention initiatives, such as COVID-19, Tuberculosis, Dengue fever, and Malaria.

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--> Read the dedicated page about Malnutrition and famine here


More information: https://fairfuturefoundation.org/medical-assistance-for-the-undernourished/

Malnutrition and Famine

In Indonesia, 8.4 million children are stunted (excessively small for their age) and suffer from chronic malnutrition It is the underlying factor that contributes to almost half of the deaths of children under five.

Malnutrition can lead to a weakened immune system, which means children are more vulnerable to disease. These diseases can exacerbate malnutrition, creating a vicious cycle of malnutrition and disease.

Fair Future and Kawan Baik, as part of their medical activities in the regions of the far east of the country, are very actively occupied and concerned about the situation of people, especially children and other so-called vulnerable people, in terms of access. to healthy food, but also to clean water. Without water, it is difficult if not impossible to cook and eat healthily.

The key to eating healthier and staying healthy is having water: For gardening, growing vegetables and cooking them.

Quick facts about malnutrition

In some very rural areas, Fair Future is carrying out projects to prevent malnutrition by creating community gardens. Program implicitly linked to access to water.

The use of local resources will be used to prevent children and other so-called "vulnerable" people from falling ill. In our daily medical activities, Fair Future and Kawan Baik foundation's sets up outpatient clinics and anticipates the annual seasons of shortages, such as the rainy season or the one where pests are very present.

Our social and medical teams also adopt a preventive approach by distributing a nutritional supplement to people at risk, by ensuring the implementation of other diseases prevention initiatives, such as COVID-19, Tuberculosis, Dengue fever, and Malaria.

...

--> Read the dedicated page about Malnutrition and famine here


More information: https://fairfuturefoundation.org/medical-assistance-for-the-undernourished/

Nonetheless, Fair Future follows a common set of practicesFair Future is a foundation that wants to start a borderless movement of people, working together to end the injustice of poverty

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Active in emergency aid, Fair Future provides rapid, appropriate, and effective responses to populations affected by natural disasters, epidemics/pandemics, shortages, or socio-economic crises.

Fair Future focuses on creating solutions for sanitation and access to drinking water, access to energy sources, access to medical care, healthy food, but also so that more children can have access to a school and indeed a good education.

We will not stop until everyone can have a better, healthier life that will give families more opportunities for development;

Clean Water Access East Sumba - Drilling a well for an entire community

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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;

We devote ourselves every day to providing people and children with concrete solutions to improve their social, educational, and medical living conditions, through innovative and inspiring projects.

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Rumah Kambera – Base Camp in East Sumba

A workplace, social center, an open door for all. A home for them, for us.

The foundation develops and implements actions in eastern Indonesia (NTT) and notably in East Sumba. To do so, we decided to coordinate our actions from what is now; “The Fair Future Base Camp” in the eastern regions of the country. In a village near Waingapu called Lambanapu. Rumah Kambera is its name.

This -house- is a place of coordination of all our socio-medical, educational activities in favor of children, women, and communities in rural and peripheral regions where access to water, electricity, education or healthcare is almost non-existent.

Truck of Life, an essential element of our responses

It allows us to go where no one goes!

In the most inaccessible territories, live thousands of people who do not have access to the most basic needs in order to ensure them a healthier life, or basic medical care, access to drinking water so as not to be ill, or a source of light for reading or studying for children.

The Truck of Life program allows us to provide medical care and take children or even a doctor or dentist to the nearest town. The Truck of Life allows us to bring equipment, food, drinking water to wherever no one goes while ensuring the safety of our volunteers and specialized collaborators.

Together, we offer assistance to people according to their real needsIt 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

Make things easier for them, with passion and know-how

Fair Future and Kawan Baik conduct independent assessments to determine the real needs of the populations, and assess the assistance to be provided.

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?

Implementation of actions and innovation

Improving our practices is an integral part of our day-to-day activity. 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.

Local environment, daily practices and safety

Social, medical, infrastructural, educational assistance provided by Fair Future and Kawan Baik is based solely on need, regardless of political, economic or other interests.

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 minimise the risks for our teams through this constant dialogue and through the usefulness and quality of the assistance we provide.

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Our fight against the Covid-19 pandemic in NTT

Indonesia is one of the countries most affected in the world

Fair Future and Kawan Baik as you know have a center in Sumba East, in which our teams are active every day: volunteers, doctors, nursing staff. Rumah Kambera, our Base Camp on-site for the territories of eastern Indonesia, with the "Truck of Life" program that we recently launched, is able to carry out screening campaigns, Antigen or PCR tests, and of course, participate in the common effort of vaccination for all.

Tests, Vaccines, careActo with us to fight the pandemic

How your donations are used?Your donations pay for tons of food, medical treatments, solutions to have a better and healthier life!Thank you very much for your support

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Your donationMatters a lot to them!Your gift will help us provide solutions for an healthier life, to all thos in need

How your donationsAre used?Your gifts provide medical care, life-saving resources, to tens of thousands of people

The key to anHealthy living is to Simply being with people, understanding them and helping them according to their real needs

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The Situationillustratedby our friends

This song is a tribute to those at the forefront of history in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. “I have medical and paramedic friends who haven’t been home for too long,” said Pohon Tua, lead songwriter of Dialog Dini Hari.

The journey of the world today has many sides. We can ask ourselves the rational questions of how the problems of humanity can be solved while looking to the future and continuing to live in the hope of a better world than today.

Fair Future is also full of believing that strong things can be done if everyone pulls together. And so, that the government of the original country of Fair Future, Switzerland, answer us, help us too. We, therefore, ask them to pay close attention to the donations made to the Indonesian government by Switzerland. And the risks that this generates!

This song/film directed by Pohon Tua and DDH, our friends, shows the total paralysis in which the 4th largest population in the world is found. The medical staff who are no longer paid, therefore who no longer come to work.

Entire regions that are neglected, like the one in which Fair Future and Kawan Baik are struggling to help the nearly 1 million people who receive nothing, except by us and the little we can do since our Rumah Kambera Base Camp.

Water Connections – Fair Future Give access to Clean Water & Sanitation

Together, we prevent disease and sustain lives and livelihoods

Fair Future, for the “Water Connections Program“, builds central water points. The foundation finances (and builds) each of these constructions between $ 7,500.- and $ 10,000.-.

Fair Future is also and above all on-site, every day, as part of the phase of “recovery and reconstruction, in Sumba East. Each project provides water and sanitation facilities to 40+ families or nearly 300 people. But also and of course, clean water, showers, toilets.

The MbinuDita school project? Not just a school!

It is the center of life for several thousand people in this very rural region

Located far from everything, where no real road leads! The program “Rebuild MbinuDita” is to give access to clean water to all the inhabitants of the community (water is extremely scarce here), but also to medical care, to healthy food by creations of organic gardens.

These activities have no other objectives than to increase the quality of their life, to provide better health to people (especially children, vulnerable people, pregnant women), access to health and medical care, and for people to be able to increase their income.

Billions of people will lackaccess to safe water, sanitation, and hygienein 2030 unless progress!

Even before the pandemic, millions of children and families suffered without clean water, sanitation, and a place to wash their hands.

Despite our impressive progress, alarming and growing needs continue to exceed our ability to meet. Fair Future is dramatically accelerating its efforts to provide children and families with the most basic needs for their health and well-being, including the fight against infectious diseases like COVID-19.

What we donowtoday

Fair Future ensures 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.

INDONESIA

Population 268.2 million

28 MILLION

Lack of access to clean water

71 MILLION

Lack of access to sanitation

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Giving some of my time for a field mission is something I want to do. I don’t mind living far from everything and without comfort. Living an authentic and unique experience with people living in rural areas of eastern Indonesia is an idea that I really like. Fair Future can only function with generous volunteers who give of their time. Volunteering your skills and your time allows you to make a direct contribution to the Foundation’s efforts. In the field, in the administrative, educational field… Your volunteering will also give you a natural feeling of accomplishment and will give you the impression of having really made a difference, with us!

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Simple and human resources adapted to the real needs of communities living in rural areas

Who can help us to work in favour of populations from ultra-peripheral regions?

We invite you to join us in developing actions to educate more children, increase access to basic medical care, access to drinking water or electricity to study, and many others things again.

Every year, dozens of people from the local communities and regions in which we work help us do good things. Foreigners and young people from other parts of Indonesia are also welcome.

Volunteer, donate your time, develop social partnerships, subscribe to our newsletter. There are a thousand and one ways to participate in the actions of a humanitarian organization!

You can all bring us your knowledge, your know-how, your expertise, and offer us different points of view.

Your experience in your field will help us to create sustainable, ecological, and innovative programs, in favor of all those who wish to access a healthier, more balanced life.

PeopleAbove alland everything

The actions of Fair Future is above all social and medical. The notion of care and quality for each individual is at the heart of our concerns. We are always looking to provide qualitative help, as well as always acting in the best interest of people, families, communities.

Respect their environment, their confidentiality, their right to make their own decisions not to harm them.

Fair Future and Kawan Baik foundations can also provide shelter, water, and sanitation, food, and love!

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Support an entire family, with 1.- daily

For access to medical care, water, electricity, school, a healthy lifestyle and the fight against the pandemic

Your sponsorship is precious, it is even essential! Thanks to a daily contribution, the foundation and its teams can provide lasting and concrete support each year to hundreds of people and their families in rural areas of eastern Indonesia! That is why we encourage you to become an active sponsor, by donating 1 CHF. 1.00 or 1.00 € per day. This will finance part of our programs for access to medical care, drinking water, electricity for studying, a healthier lifestyle, and the fight against epidemics and pandemics in families.

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