After all, let’s not forget that everywhere in Indonesia, the majority of people do not have access to free medical care, that more than 90% of people do not have health insurance. That the healthcare system of Indonesia does not even provide the most elementary care to vast layers of the population. As I said in a former publication
“ local population remains very vulnerable to malnutrition and cannot, for a vast majority, have access to medical care and to basic health”.
Our community health & medical care services are set up three times/month in the poorest areas or villages, taking in charge 250 to 750 patients each event. The average budget for each action varies from 2,500$US to 4,000$US. We come to an alarming observation, as people become increasingly poorer and most of them suffer from malnutrition.
We usually welcome and cared, comforted over hundreds of patients on each medical event, and among them, newborns, a lot of young children, many teens, young adults, pregnant woman, very old people, some were not able to walk anymore. All those suffering from diseases and problems mainly related to fatigue, malnutrition, nutritional deficiencies, infections, skin diseases, untreated diabetes, infected wounds, many young kids are suffering from respiratory infections, asthma, chronic bronchitis, lack of vitamins, also. The list is too long, but some other various health problems are faced every day.
When wealth is not shared!
Since August 2014, a Free Home Care Service has been dedicated to disabled, malnourished, or those who are unable to move to one of our medical centers.
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