Covid-19 Outbreak | Support free food, hygiene kits and information for the population affected!
Organizing information sessions about the virus during which we will teach how to make hand sanitizer, how to protect ourselves and to protect others. Providing fresh food materials, vitamins, soap, and homemade hand sanitizer to communities to prevent the infection.
Covid-19 Community Care – Step 2 is underway | Support free food, hygiene kits and information for the population affected by the pandemic!
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After the step #1, we start this end of April step #2 of this huge action, in collaboration with the Bali Institute and many other volunteers and supporters… And we need you all!
Dear friends, dear Kawans, dear families,
The Step #1 of this program started in March 20020 for more than 700 people or families, we are organised information sessions about the Covid-19 Outbreak during which we will teach how to make hand sanitiser, how to protect ourselves and to protect others. Providing fresh food materials, vitamins, soap, and homemade hand sanitiser to communities to prevent the infection.
In response to the evolution of the COVID-19 outbreak, Kawan Baik Indonesia Foundation and Fair Future Foundation are taking basic level action to help local communities who are impacted on their health and on the socio-economic level. Public health should come first, economics can come later. But until now the government put the economical consideration first.
Fair Future Foundation, Kawan Baik Indonesia, and the Good Friends will support the community with daily-income and people in need affected by the epidemic of the COVID-19 by giving some fresh materials nutritious foods, sanitary kits and right information about the COVID-19.
“There are many of us who work to eat today, we can’t work from home “ – said a street vendor in Denpasar.
That is a fact that more than half of the population in Indonesia are daily-income residents working in the informal sector. The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) noted that the informal sector dominates employment in Indonesia. In February 2019, there were 74 million people aged 15 years and over who worked in the informal sector, while only 55.3 million people are working in the formal sector. (*)
For now, the government does not give much information about how people should act in their daily life, to protect themselves, their families, friends, and neighbours against the virus. Furthermore, the various penury (including masks, drugs, hospital goods as single-use equipment and of course… Sanitiser) all around the world makes the situation worst.
Unfortunately, the very few information messages issued by health authorities do not reach the vast majority of people living in rural areas. Indonesia as a reminder is the 4th largest population in the world. We are therefore talking about nearly one hundred million people who do not have access to information and who are people commonly called “High risk”.
Thank you very much for your concrete help and your love, to offer a bright future to many people and their families, communities also!
You can find the project initiated by the Fair Future Foundation and Kawan Baik Indonesia by clicking on the button below.
Kawans already donate for this cause on Action for Fair Future
Supported by Quarathon (www.quarathon.com) With Love! A donation from my sister Carmen
Supported by Quarathon (www.quarathon.com)
A donation from my sister Carmen