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JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION

John Fawcett Foundation (JFF) is a humanitarian not-for-profit organisation that assists needy citizens of Indonesia, with its main focus on sight restoration and blindness prevention. JFF offers its assistance to people in the lower socio-economic group free of charge and without religious, political, or ethnic consideration. JFF’s headquarters are in Bali, Indonesia, and its projects include Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention, Corrective Surgery, Prosthetic Eyes, and Technology Transfer. JFF’s projects extend throughout Indonesia, in locations where people are impoverished and medical specialist services are scarce.

Projects

Location: Indonesia
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People with a disfigured, blind eye experience social stigma and can lose self-confidence, affecting their ability to get a job,...
Location: Indonesia
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In Indonesia 2.4 million people are cataract blind. The majority of these are too poor to seek specialist medical treatment...
Location: Indonesia
In Indonesia 2.4 million people are cataract blind. The majority of these are too poor to seek specialist medical treatment...