The causes that we highlight - Vital emergencies! Operations starts soon!
We must rebuild as soon as possible. School resumes in
Rebuild the Mbinu Ndita’s School, destroyed by a storm!
December 20, 2019. The school composed of two parallel classrooms in Mbinu Ndita (East Sumba), collapsed caused by a storm. Fair Future will help the village, the kids, the teachers to rebuild the two classrooms, then more than 50 kids ages from 8 to 10yo, will go back to school.
Act to equip the villages of Sumba with a first aid kit!
Help us to provide one first aid kit per School and Village!
When first aid kit can be accessed easily, ensure that the people around it are safe. As part of our actions in East Sumba, when the basic needs for access to basic health care are not met, we start simple actions. Learning to treat minor injuries not to become more serious injuries!
This project started, it will run until the Marc 31st 2020!
Sumba Photo Stories. A Trigger for socio-medical actions!
Another approach by Kawan Baik, to defining needs, describe the socio-culture conditions. A project made by kids for their environment! This is also an opportunity to be able to explore villages, explore local potential, including identifying problems that need immediate treatment!
Let's talk about, discussion groups, forums!
Adolescent pregnancies are a global problem that occurs in high, middle, and low-income countries...
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Each year, around 1.7 million girls aged 14 to 18 give birth in Indonesia, particularly in remote rural areas. Adolescent girls who wish to avoid pregnancy may not be able to do so due to knowledge gaps and misconceptions about where to get contraceptive methods and how to use them.
Adolescents face barriers to accessing contraception due to religious and knowledge issues.
These include restrictive laws regarding the provision of contraceptives based on age or marital status, prejudices of health workers!
Health, Social and economic consequences - We can talk about it now and together we can work and see what we can do to help these girls aged 14 to 18 years to have better information about their sexuality.
The effects of poverty on children are wide-reaching and can lead to lifelong struggles, especially when young people don’t receive full educations...
Poverty and education are inextricably linked, because people living in poverty may stop going to school so they can work, which leaves them without literacy and numeracy skills they need to further their careers.
Their children, in turn, are in a similar situation years later, with little income and few options but to leave school and work.
Children living in poverty face many barriers to accessing an education. Some are obvious -like not having a school to go to- while others are more subtle, like the teacher at the school not having had the training needed to help children learn effectively.
Increasing access to education can improve the overall health and longevity of a society, grow economies, and even combat climate change.
Improve education programs, install light to study or work. There is 1,000 ways to create economic opportunities...
Growth can generate virtuous circles of prosperity and opportunity. Even low growth will allow parents to pay for their children's education or to take care of themselves, for example.
This growth offers opportunities for work and lucrative activities in order to eat better, sleep better and be able to afford medical care, and sometimes even to have fun!
Creating jobs is a huge global challenge. Over 200 million people worldwide are unemployed, many of them are very young. Two billion working-age adults (mainly women) remain outside the labour force. Of course, Indonesia is not to be outdone with the 4th world population!
The population rapidly increasing in Indonesia, hundreds of thousands of additional jobs will be created over the next 15 years.
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Lack of Water
Lack of drinkable water means serious health problems. Rural communities are the first affected, diseases are increasing. Without drinking water…
The happiest are often the poorest!
The poorest depend more on others to get by. They really…
I am 8 years old, this is my life!
Children who have never seen a camera in their lives…