Perawatan medis untuk orang-orang dan masyarakat yang membutuhkan

36 juta orang termiskin terus hidup di Asia Tenggara. 75% dari mereka tinggal di Indonesia

The Indonesian health system does not even provide the most basic care to large segments of the population

Our medical centres, home care services and our new hospital can welcome hundreds of people a day. All Community Care Days sometimes host more than 500 patients in one day.

We welcome and generally take care of comforting hundreds of patients at each medical event. We do not just prescribe drugs (but we offer it for free). 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.

Thank you very much for your benevolence and your great support for our Swiss State Approved organisation.

Beberapa acara medis kami pada 2018

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