The fundamental right to access to health care is not common here… This is not an acquired right!
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The foundation has been treating more than 38,000 patients a year since 2011.
Since the Foundation keeps medical and social statistics, we note that the numbers are increasing every year. From a few thousand to tens of thousands of patients now! All these data are in all cases submitted to the local health authorities for statistical purposes and especially to witness what happens. This confidential information concerns the types of patients we receive, diseases, social origins, ages, treatments administered, examinations carried out by our medical teams.
We are working on the development of sustainable actions, aimed at the concept of self-sufficiency.
We welcome and generally take care of comforting hundreds of patients at each medical event. We bring comfort, empathy and share moments to try to understand the issues of these people who often have nothing at all. Among them are newborns, many young children, many teenagers, young adults, pregnant women, ancient people, some of whom can no longer walk and are locked in unhygienic places.
In Indonesia, a huge number of poor people with jobs, however, remain vulnerable to a return to total destitution! Four (4) Indonesians are richer than one hundred (100) million of the poorest!
Everyone we meet every day, suffer from diseases and problems mainly related to fatigue, malnutrition, nutritional deficiencies, infections, skin diseases, untreated diabetes, infected wounds, many young children suffer respiratory infections, asthma, chronic bronchitis, vitamin deficiency. The list is very long, but every day we face new health problems.
The majority of the population and local communities do not have access to medical care, even if they are free. In Indonesia, over 90% of people do not have health insurance!
The main goal, the vision of the foundation is to treat people, to offer free medical care. As a whole, without any difference. Access to medical care in this huge country of 270 million people (4th world population) is not a right, but a privilege. We also ensure that the conditions of medical care correspond in all respects to those expected by the local population. Meant by that, we provide the bulk, not the superfluous that could be misunderstood by the local authorities.
Access to health care and medical care should not be just a matter of chance, but a right to which everyone should be equal.
Thank you very much for your concrete help and your love, to offer a bright future to many people and their families, communities also!