Sea Ambulance: Emergency Medical Assistance for Indonesia
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GoodDeeds International started off with a vision to empower communities. They researched and identified a remote group of communities with a population of about 1,500 people on the islands of Mabong, Buyu Besar, Buyu Kechil and Pasir Panjang in the far Eastern corner of the Riau Province in Indonesia. Why these places? Due to their remote location these communities have been neglected and are in need of serious aid. No NGOs has been there before to help them and the situation is really bad for many families on the ground.
A major problem that needs immediate attention is the medical situation. In the name of medical facilities, the islanders only have a poorly equipped clinic that is manned by a midwife. Access to medical facilities and a qualified doctor is only available at Tajur Biru which is 55km away. What makes the matter worse is that there are no readily available means of transport in cases of emergencies.
GoodDeeds International integrated a 5-year Master plan on Education, Health and Engagement, Infrastructure Development and Economic Restructuring aimed to jump start the development of these communities. This campaign is one of the first steps towards changing the lives of the poor islanders for the better.
GoodDeeds International Berhad (GDIB) is a non-profit organisation incorporated in Malaysia on 19 August 2020. The organisation is led by volunteers from different walks of life from Malaysia Singapore, Indonesia and Australia that have come together to uplift disadvantaged communities out of their poverty cycle through enabling and empowering them.