“Be the change that you want to see in the world.”
Dear Madam, dear Sir, dear friends,
How to care, treat more than 25’000 patient per year with a small social warung? With sandwiches, Nasi Goreng, Mie Goreng, juices, Tuna Tartare and many others Fair Meals? How a New Economic Model can tries to give back to the poorest and people who are really in need and definitely not the richest people? More or less 60% of our founding, comes from a Social Restaurant, the Fair Warung Balé, which trains young people aged between 15 and 20 years old.
A good exemple in this 7.52 min movie, shot in Nusa Penida during a Community Free Health & Medical Day, during which we care more than 300 sick and to the Fair Warung Balé in Ubud with some of our guests… These beautiful people who finance thousands of medical care per month.
The movie of this day in Nusa Penida and the Fair Warung Balé’s life
In this occasion, some of the Foundation Medical team, (Made, Sri,Yudi, Sintia, Wira, Ika Mahayanti, Diah, Alex, Santika and also Pande, Eka, Danielle, Suwitri, Wayan, Papy, Aris and other volunteers, officials people, met there, cured, treated a large number of people in a poor condition of malnutrition, severe nutritional deficiencies, visually impaired, blind, suffering from skin diseases, infection and a large panel of health problems in a very advanced stage. Exactly the same that in Bresela, Taro, Malet etc…
Some pictures of this day
Remind that the Fair Warung Balé is the only “restaurant” in the Whole World, that supports and founds a Comprehensive & Massive Public Healthcare Program, including Medical Centers & a Large Medical team, consisting of more than Fifteen Health Professionals.
Thank you for your great support.
Alex Wettstein – President and Founder of the Fair Future Foundation
A Swiss State Approved Foundation
How to say “thank you” in many different language?
Merci, Terimah Kasih, Suksema, Trugéré, спасибо, thank you, go raibh maith agaibh, köszönöm, faleminderit, danke, grazie, gracias, chocrane, saha, terimah kasih, hvala, wado, zikomo, tak, tashakor, kyay tzu tin pa te, akpé, takk fyri, kiitos, vinaka, toda, diolch, taiku, aguyjé, aabhar, cám ơn, rahmat, дякую, m-sapo, teşekkür ederim, kurre sumanga, tualumba, yekeniele, dhanyavadalu, ขอบคุณครับ, nouari, waad mahadsantahay, meharbani, mulţumesc, najis tuke, sulpáy, obrigado, bayarlalaa, a ni kié, blagodaram, matondi, ačiū, paldies, gratias ago, tenki, spas, barak allahu fiik, a dank, o sheun, dankewol, Danke shöen, ευχαριστώ, d’akujem, marahaba… for your help, your kindness, your support and your benevolence.