Effective Distribution of Aid and Support

Government studies confirm that programs which are intended to provide access to effective medical programs for the poorest members of society, tend to be utilised by the more wealthy elements of society. These initiatives almost entirely miss their intended low income recipients, with less than 1% of the program reaching the people they are intended to assist. (reports are available upon request).

It is this kind of problem that is a cardinal issue affecting the overall success of aid programs in Indonesia. Experimental programs in three diverse test locations in Indonesia confirm that utilisation and distribution of medical programs were so seriously diminished by the time they reached their intended recipients as to render them ineffective.

We have developed effective strategies to deliver aid immediately to those with the greatest need.

Our long term strategies are designed to develop and foster independent village and community lead initiatives.

It is our intention to empower people who are reliant on aid from NGOs and Government. Unfortunatly aid is not always timely in its arrival or suitability,this is true for many of the aid programs actively trying to assist in provinces in Indonesia that have suffered the greatest losses recently.

We are confident that our long term knowledge of the issues affecting Indonesia has provided effective methods with which to ensure that the aid provided by donors does get to the intended recipients and makes a quantifiable difference in their lives.

The MuM foundation collaborates with other vibrant and successful non profit organisations in Indonesia such as www.sumbafoundation.org to better resolve issues and ensure effective outcomes in areas where expertise has been established in the field. Sharing knowledge is central to our philosophy.