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Rural deep well drilling program

This Project relates to: Clean Water Access | Social Assistance
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What is this project led by Fair Future about? Fair Future sees a change in the habits of families who benefit from the Water Connections program. Without drilling deep wells here, families will not be able to access clean water and will have to continue to walk for miles and hours to fetch dirty, unsanitary water. Most of the time, women and children are assigned to this gruelling task. Access to better health has always been the foundation's primary mission, and healing people simply by giving them water is incredible. It is the only possible solution. We have to keep drilling with our drill. Thank you very much Kawan
List of drugs we need to buy

List of drugs we need to buy

To make it simple and short, we urgently need a lot of medicines (see the list attached in the post) and sanitary equipment such as antiseptics, dressings and other small miscellaneous equipment. Indeed, friends, all our stocks are almost finished because we have prescribed or used everything, which is a good thing. On the other hand and from tomorrow, we can no longer treat patients except for simple problems that do not require medical treatment.

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We need anti-malaria drugs!

We 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.

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An absolute emergency | #waterconnections - Laindatang site, East Sumba. A project entirely linked to the program to combat water-related infectious diseases, malnutrition and infant mortality. The fight against Malaria in East Sumba is one of our priorities with the primary medical care project for children in ultra-rural areas. This achievement will save lives here.