We envision people around the world living long, healthy, productive lives with the support of reliable healthcare and a sustainable lifestyle.
In August of 2011, we raised $8,000 to fund a scouting trip with key members of the LearnToLive team. During the trip, we received approval for the program from North Sulawesi’s health care minister then headed to each village to identify their needs and the obstacles we may encounter. LearnToLive will be the only program of its kind operating in this part of the world.
In the summer of 2012, we will take a team of 12 doctors and nurses from all over the world to North Sulawesi to LearnToLive. I invite you to participate by making a donation. In order for us to continue our program, we need to raise an additional $8500 by August 6, 2012. This money will go to all programatic costs whilst in Indonesia.
It feels good to give, your contribution helps LearnToLive make an impact.
PROGRAMMATIC COSTS: Our Tipping Point
$2,400 - Four (4) villages medications and clinic supplies: $600 per village for a three (3) day clinic, total
$1,400 - Transport for team to four villages via truck (16 days)
$1,800 - Four (4) Translators: $450 per translator for (18 days)
$800 - Four (4) self sustaining medical kits for each village, including BP machine, thermometer, basic medications, doppler (for midwife)
Tipping point - $6,400
$1,000 - Documentary Film / photography equipment (18 days)
$1,100 - A third of the amount of all food for the 14 team members for 18 days
Total - $8,500
Our tipping point is set at $6,400, this amount will cover all programmatic costs for the 2012 Indonesian Health Initiative. This specific amount will allow us to run four health clinics where we will deliver primary healthcare to remote villages in North Sulawesi.
We need medication and clinic supplies covered of $2400. We need transport for our team of 14 people to each village for 18days , $1400 and we need 4 translators for 18 days $1800.