Medical Care for the Poor

Medical Care for the Poor

Millions of poor and needy Indonesians do not have the means to access crucial medical treatment for life threatening conditions, giving them no alternative but to endure a life of excruciating pain and imminent danger.  Due to the absence of a free national health service, many poor families are unable to cover the cost of doctor consultations, scans, operations, medicine, ambulance transport, food and lodging in hospitals.

In February 2020, Crisis Aid Indonesia purchased an ambulance and employed a nurse to help access sick, elderly, disabled and vulnerable people from poor families living in remote villages.  You can help us save lives and end their suffering by providing them with the urgent medical treatment they desperately need and rightfully deserve.

Donating just £50-£100 can help offer sick people from poor backgrounds a chance to live a safe and healthy life by providing them with free:

Medical Check Up, Wheelchair or Crutches, Prosthetic Limbs, Cataract Surgery, Conventional & Herbal Medication, Covid-19, HIV & Other Tests, Circumcision, Transport by Ambulance or Air, Hospital Costs, Cupping & Massage Therapy, Spiritual Guidance & Counselling, Nutritious Food Plan

“If anyone saves a life, it would be as if he has saved the life of all mankind.”

(Surah al-Ma’idah 5:32)

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