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Soutenez toute une famille pendant une année entière, avec un peu de 1 $ par jour!

Chers amis, chères familles ! Votre parrainage est précieux, il est essentiel! Grâce à une contribution quotidienne, la fondation et ses équipes peuvent offrir chaque année un soutien durable et concret à des centaines de personnes et à leurs familles ! Devenez un sponsor actif et impliquez-vous avec nous en faisant un don de 1 CHF. 1,00 ou 1,00 € par jour, vous pouvez aider et soutenir plusieurs enfants et leurs familles pendant un an. Ce petit franc financera nos programmes d’accès à l’eau potable, d’accès à l’électricité pour étudier, d’une meilleure éducation, d’un mode de vie sain, d’énergie conforme à la nature, et bien plus encore. d’améliorer l’accès à l’éducation, à la santé et à un meilleur vivre ensemble!
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To give $ 1 a day is to participate in all of our ongoing projects and actions. It is to give what to eat, drink, wash, be entertained too. A school for learning. Medical care for those who need it!

Dear friends, dear Kawans, dear families,

Everywhere in Indonesia, the majority of people have no access to free medical care, 90% of people don’t have health insurance. Indonesia’s health system is failing to provide even the most basic care to vast swathes of the population.

Many who can not afford doctors’ fees often receive no treatment at all, while the wealthy fly abroad for a check-up. The system is plagued by under-funding, decentralization, lack of qualified staff, rising medical costs, and outdated medical equipment.

The health system desperately needs improvement, and there are no laws that protect the patient. For most of Indonesia’s more than 260 million inhabitants, even the lowest quality healthcare is often inaccessible. Even in Bali and around Bali, some islands or remote mountain villages can be inaccessible for months at a time during the monsoon season.

However « free » medical care facilities exist, but generally, these structures are not sufficiently equipped with medical equipment, medical goods, or drugs. Also, very often, they don’t hire enough staff. These structures can not support patients for severe or complicate cases, then, they are referred to hospitals that are too expensive for an immense majority of the population. Indonesian hospitals are even known to keep patients “hostage” until family members can settle their bills.

Access to a portion of sufficient food and access to medical care remains a growing problem in Indonesia, despite a growing economy.

In this country where the rich expatriates make a lot of money (but almost never gives back anything to those who need it most), from more or less legal touristic activities, as we can realise it in the context of the Fair Future Foundation public health & Medical Care activities, and as we see almost every day, the local people, remain very vulnerable to food insecurity, malnutrition and can not, for a vast majority, have access to basic health & medical care.

In Indonesia (including the area of Bali), has the fifth-highest number of stunted children in the world. More than one out of every three children (or 37%) are stunted. That means 9.5 million children under five are malnourished and don’t have any access to Health Care. More than three million (or 12%) of children under five years of age in Indonesia suffer from wasting. Almost two out of every three children under two years of age, (or 57%), in rural areas are anemic.

Only 42% of children aged less than six months are exclusively breastfed, and only 36% of children consume appropriate complementary food.

Malnutrition costs dozens of millions of $US annually, due to lost productivity as the result of poor education standards and diminishing physical capability. This is why you can help them with a little $1.- per day! This thanks to our access to water projects, electricity, education in healthy living, harmonious power, and of course provide improved access to education, health and live better together!


Aim | Make a real difference for 1$ per day

Aim

Make a real difference by helping us change the future of the most vulnerable people. For as little as CHF 1.- a day (CHF 7.-/week), you can help 6 people.

A single small Swiss franc or a single Dollar… It may seem trivial. But it is for us a little more than 20% of a simple medical treatment that you offer to those who are sick. It also can be 10% of a full basket of healthy food, with some soap for a family, toothpaste and toothbrush, hands sanitiser, fresh vegetables, fruits and vitamins per example!

So, a single small Swiss franc or a single Dollar is for us very powerful and can give something concrete to people, kids, family, and community who can’t afford daily life! This thanks to our access to water projects, electricity, education in healthy living, harmonious power, and of course provide improved access to education, health and live better together!

Why? because for 1$ every day you'll make people happy

Why

Becoming a sponsor of the Foundation is another opportunity we offer you. It’s simple, it’s efficient, and it will provide quality medical care in a sustainable way to all those who can not afford it.

The foundation for years has to deal with complicated health situations, sometimes even extreme. The main reason is that access to medical care is impossible for 75% of the 750,000 inhabitants of Sumba to cite only this very poor region of Indonesia in which we are carrying out important actions with the foundation.

How | What can we do with one little Dollar per day?

How

A single small Swiss franc, it may seem trivial. But it is for us a little more than 20% of a simple medical treatment that you offer to those in need!

  • To give $1.- /day, is only $7.- /week, you can help 6 people to receive help from us!
  • To give $1.30 /day, is only $9.- /week, you can help 8 people to receive help from us!
  • To give $1.70 /day, is only $12.- /week, you can help 10 people to receive help from us!
  • To give $2.40 /day, is only $17.- /week, you can help 14 people to receive help from us!
  • To give $3.- /day, is only $21.- /week, you can help 17 people to receive help from us!
  • … If course, help is not an exact science, these few choices to give you an example of what we can do with a very small daily amount!

With this little dollar, we can also offer school supplies, clothes, healthy food, light for a village by the installation of a public solar lamp, shoes for children, toys, books, clothes, basic hygiene products such as soap, tooth bumps, toothpaste. Hygiene products for women and young women … Lacks are incredibly important for these rural and poor populations!

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’re magic and we love you very much Kawans!

Vous pouvez trouver le projet et ou des informations plus complètes, sur ce projet initié par Fair Fair Indonesia et Kawan Baik Indonésie, en cliquant sur l’un des boutons ci-dessous! Merci beaucoup.

Les Kawans qui ont fait un don pour ce programme!

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Sarah Chineller

$1.33 décembre 5, 2019

Action for Fair Future Donation Terms


  1. Acceptance of any contribution, gift or grant is at the discretion of the Fair Future Foundation. The Foundation will not accept any gift unless it can be used or expended consistently with the purpose and mission of the Fair Future Foundation.
  2. No irrevocable gift, whether outright or life-income in character, will be accepted if under any reasonable set of circumstances the gift would jeopardise the donor’s financial security.
  3. The Fair Future Foundation will refrain from providing advice about the tax or other treatment of gifts and will encourage donors to seek guidance from their own professional advisers to assist them in the process of making their donation.
  4. The Fair Future Foundation will accept donations of cash or publicly traded securities. Gifts of in-kind services will be accepted at the discretion of the Fair Future Foundation.
  5. Certain other gifts, real property, personal property, in-kind gifts, non-liquid securities, and contributions whose sources are not transparent or whose use is restricted in some manner, must be reviewed prior to acceptance due to the special obligations raised or liabilities they may pose for Fair Future Foundation.
  6. The Fair Future Foundation will provide acknowledgements to donors meeting tax requirements for property received by the charity as a gift. However, except for gifts of cash and publicly traded securities, no value shall be ascribed to any receipt or other forms of substantiation of a gift received by Fair Future Foundation.
  7. The Fair Future Foundation will respect the intent of the donor relating to gifts for restricted purposes and those relating to the desire to remain anonymous. With respect to anonymous gifts, the Fair Future Foundation will restrict information about the donor to only those staff members with a need to know.
  8. The Fair Future Foundation will not compensate, whether through commissions, finders’ fees, or other means, any third party for directing a gift or a donor to the Fair Future Foundation.

Thank you for your attention and your great support – Fair Future Foundation, the May 15th, 2019/aw
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Thank you for your attention and your great support – Fair Future Foundation, the May 15th, 2019/aw

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