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The Truck of Life Program

The Truck of Life Program

In the most inaccessible territories live thousands of people who do not have access to the most basic needs to ensure a healthier life, primary medical care, and 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. Truck Of Life will enable us to bring equipment, food, and drinking water wherever no one goes while ensuring the safety of our volunteers and specialized collaborators.

Rumah Kambera Program

Rumah Kambera Program

Rumah Kambera is the centre of life for all those who work hard in eastern Indonesia. We implement planned programs such as health and medical care for all, the Water Connections program, access to first aid for children and disaster relief planning. Our teams are always ready to receive anyone who asks for help or support. It is also the centre of reflection for an entire team that imagines the projects of tomorrow.

Social and medical mapping work

Social and medical mapping work

Fair Future, as part of its work of screening and defining needs, creates and develops participatory tools for monitoring things. This includes what we put in place, what we build, and the localization of real needs. These maps are now used by local authorities in the field of medical care, monitoring of the COVID-19 Pandemic, clean water needs in rural areas of East Sumba. Each of the social or medical actors, for example, during a visit to a place, a family, an installation can either map it or, if it exists, update it according to its evolution.

Air pollution and health impact

Air pollution and health impact

Outdoor air pollution is a mix of chemicals, particulate matter, and biological materials that react with each other to form tiny hazardous particles. It contributes to breathing problems, chronic diseases, increased hospitalization, and premature mortality. In Indonesia, this is the cause 50% of morbidity nationwide. How is air pollution affecting Indonesia? More than 80% of the Indonesian population of more than 260 million inhabitants, is exposed to annual average concentrations of pollution, well above the WHO guideline. The country has the fifth-highest loss of years of life in the world due to particulate matter pollution.

The working principles of the foundation

The working principles of the foundation

Together, we provide assistance to people based on their real needs. We prioritize those who are in the most serious and immediate danger. Fair Future has been offering medical assistance for more than 15 years to the most vulnerable people, those affected by epidemics, disasters or exclusion from care. Over the years, the foundation has evolved a lot in its approaches to medical care. For example, access to clean, non-lethal water has become our main priority because water is simply life.

Kawan Baik Indonesia, our local foundation

Kawan Baik Indonesia, our local foundation

Kawan Baik Indonesia is an Indonesian foundation registered with the Ministry of Human Rights and Justice in Jakarta. Founded in September 2019 with the help of Fair Future Switzerland, it includes in its council men and women of goodwill, and social and medical actors in Indonesian life. Respecting traditions and customs, Kawan Baik Indonesia offers free services related to health, education, medical care, community life and culture. Access to water. Medical care, healthy food and the need to attend school for the children are some of these priorities. Kawan Baik Indonesia works almost exclusively in the far eastern regions of Indonesia, with the most rural and isolated communities.