Imagine not being
able to see
because you
can’t afford to.

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to someone who would remain blind otherwise.

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WHAT WE DO

 

JFF’s humanitarian projects are based in Bali, Indonesia, and include Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention, Children’s Corrective Surgery, Prosthetic Eyes and Technology Transfer. The programs target people who are economically disadvantaged and all services are provided free of charge.

JFF receives Indonesia-wide recognition for its successful humanitarian programs, which are conducted in cooperation with Provincial and District Governments, and in partnership with many professional organisations, local and international media, medical equipment suppliers and international funding organisations.

JFF funds its activities through donations from individuals, businesses and organisations.

 

SIGHT RESTORATION & BLINDNESS PREVENTION

JFF’s Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention Project started in 1991 offering cataract surgery in a mobile operating theatre, free of charge for economically-disadvantaged people in the villages of Bali.
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CHILDREN’S CORRECTIVE SURGERY

Few things are more distressing to a child than disfigurement. It can cause social dislocation and personal despair.
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PROSTHETIC EYES

JFF assists patients who have lost an eye, providing a natural-looking, custom-made artificial eye which restores their confidence and dignity so that they can have a normal life.
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TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

JFF is very fortunate to have assistance from many international volunteer medical specialists who give their time and expertise to come to Bali to advance medical technologies in selected surgical disciplines appropriate to our Programs.
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