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Contents 4 CHAIRMEN’S REPORT 5

MESSAGE FROM JOHN FAWCETT

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BOARD STRUCTURE

8 The team 10 Sight Restoration & Blindness Prevention 18 Children’s Corrective Surgery 20 Assistance to Desperately Ill Children & Young People 22 Education Assistance Program 24 Equipment Donation & Shipment 26 promotion & Fundraising 28 awards 28 agreements 29 TEAM DEVELOPMENT 29 Other Volunteers 30 PROJECT OUTCOMES 31 FINANCIAL SUMMARY

COVER One week before this photograph was taken, Gede Arya Sucipta was cataract blind. Now he delights in the new experience of seeing his own reflection. Photo by : Wayan Helmy

Photos & layout in-house by YKI Printing proudly sponsored by Poppies


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he year 2010 was our most successful year to date, particularly in regard to the Sight Restoration and Blindness Project and the Children’s Corrective Surgery Project. We did, however, fail to raise enough funds to carry out our work and were forced to fund our shortfall for the year from our small surplus of funds. The surgical training and employment of two ophthalmologists to strengthen our human and skills resources has proved a good move, resulting in many more blind patients being assisted with cataract operations, and the establishment of cooperative relationships with outreach clinics. The Children’s Corrective Surgery Project likewise has, through a new cooperative relationship with the Indonesian Army, increased output by over 100 percent. These outreach and cooperative activities benefit our Foundation in many ways – they extend our reach to patients in need who are living in locations beyond those to which we could normally go, and they also strengthen our organisation in the eyes of the relevant medical professions, the government and the public. They also enable us to offer our free services in a more cost-effective way so that the money donated to our projects can go even further. Our Field Screening teams continued their rigorous work screening people with eye problems in isolated villages, topping 2009’s huge effort by an additional 4,000 patients.

MR ROBERT FOORD CHAIRMAN, THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION

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We continue to strengthen our relationships with the various levels of government in Bali and other islands with four new agreements signed in 2010. These agreements enable our Foundation to work in the various Districts and Provinces, assisting the government in its efforts to help the poor. The number of children being assisted in the Education Assistance Program increased from 2009, with more donors helping. The Prosthetic Eye Program showed a decrease in numbers due to a work commitment overload of our technician to other essential tasks. A BIG THANK YOU We are continually encouraged by the generosity of donors to our Foundation’s work, and 2010 was no exception. It is very rewarding to receive this fantastic support.There are so many people to thank who contribute so generously of their time and skills. It is not possible to mention them all, but their continuing support is never taken for granted. We are very conscious of minimizing our operating costs so as to get the best possible value from our donations to help those in need. The Foundation’s finances are still operating very much on a year-by-year basis, and, as a Board, we are keen to secure a better financial foundation for a more secure future, and are working to achieve this.

DR DEWA PUTU SUDANA CHAIRMAN,YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA


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here was a period in the history of Australia when we thought of ourselves as being on an island on the edge of Asia but separate from it, and some people still hold to this concept. Times have changed and a growing realization that Australia’s economic future and development is inextricably linked to our Asian friends and business partners exists. I have always thought of our Foundation’s work in Indonesia as an example of technology transfer. But it must be suitable technology – affordable, safe, effective and achievable under Indonesian conditions. These provisos are ably met in our provision of small incision cataract surgery which was a first in Bali when we introduced it in 1991. Since then, over 30,000 cataract blind people have received the gift of sight through use of this technology. Before this assistance, cataract blind people unnecessarily experienced a profound economic disadvantage to themselves, their family and their society.This suitable technology is also making a significant contribution to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. Knowing the World Health Organisation estimates that the number of blind in the world will double in the next twenty years, Australia must look to where it can become a vital player in the relief of this suffering, especially with our immediate neighbours, some of which are only 400 kilometres off Australia’s northern coast. It is vital that this includes people living on the islands of Indonesia east of Bali, where 300,000 are blind, 195,000 are curable blind, two out of three are women, and 60% of the children who become blind die within two years. The Australian Government’s allocation of millions of dollars in late 2007 to fight curable blindness in our near region lifted my hopes. While these funds have not totally been focused on our ‘near’ neighbours, a start has been made with the Pacific Islands and PNG, and further afield in the

Mekong countries and Pakistan. However, my concern is that, as yet, nothing has been done for Indonesia, one of Australia’s closest neighbours and a country with one of the highest cataract blindness incidences in the world. While the Australian Government’s long-term approach to curable blindness, including training of health workers and establishment of clinics in recipient countries, is important, this policy cannot meet the immediate needs of cataract blind people. Even when these clinics are established in future years, the poor cannot afford the treatment they would offer. Java is an example of an island where ophthalmic services are available, but the bulk of the population cannot afford to use them. The answer is free cataract surgery for the masses, with an affordable technology that can be provided in isolated areas. This is our Foundation’s mission and the focus of activities. For the Foundation, expansion into these needy areas is conditional on financial support.This work is remarkably cost effective considering that the person’s gift of sight returns them to economic and social independence, increasing the gross national product, and thus contributing in no small way towards the elimination of poverty – a Millennium Goal. To those who have supported our work so generously in the past, I thank you most sincerely, and hope that you will continue and that you can encourage other like-minded people to join you in supporting this humanitarian endeavour in providing the gift of sight.

JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDER & CEO

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BOARD structure THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION (Australia)

Robert Foord Chairman

Graeme Robertson Vice-Chairman

John Fawcett Founder & CEO

Patrick Emery Treasurer

John Lake Secretary

Winston Jones Member

Evan Simeon Member

Melanie Bartlett Member

Geoff Anderson Member

dennis sims Member

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yayasan kemanusiaan Indonesia

Dr Dewa Putu Sudana Chairman (Honorary) Management

John Fawcett trustee

Graeme Robertson trustee

NW Sukarmini, SH (Legal) Supervisor/Consultant

Drs I Gusti Made Bagiadi (Social Welfare) Supervisor/Consultant

Made Suambara (Community) Supervisor/Consultant

Penelope Lane (International Projects Director) Management

Drs Wayan Sukajaya (Senior Projects Manager) Management

I Gede Bingin (Communications Manager) - Secretary Management

Ni Gusti Ayu Susilawati Treasurer Management

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the team top row - left to right

Nengah Sariyasa OptometryTechnician,Gede Bingin Communications Manager,WayanWijaya Prosthesis Eye Technician, Ketut Wardika Driver, Dewa Putu Artana Biomedical Technician, I Made Parwata Nurse, Sudaryono projects assistant, Nyoman Juliarta technical assistant, dewa made artawan projects assistant, Ketut Triasa projects assistant, Fernando o t emor Nurse, MADE INDRAWAN projects assistant, Anak Agung Alit Putra projects assistant, I WAYAN PASEK JUNIAWAN Nurse, Dr made juli arsana consulting general practioner, Ketut Arsa projects assistant, Nyoman Murdika Project coordinator, NI WAYAN KARMINI Nurse. bottom row - left to right Wayan Darma senior Nurse coordinator, Dewa Made Ajawa Nurse, I Made Ariawan Refractionist, Nyoman Lanus accounts assistant, Wayan Helmy PROMOTION & Graphics Designer, Komang Wardhana Projects Manager, Dr Wayan Gde Dharyata, SpM Consultant Ophthalmologist, Penny Lane International Projects Director, John Fawcett Founder & CEO, Drs Wayan Sukajaya Senior Projects Manager, Dr dini dharmawidiarini, SpM Ophthalmologist, Made Artini Reception & project assistant, Susilawati Accountant, Wayan Merina Novita Nurse, IDA AYU MADE SUDIATMAWATI Nurse, Ni Luh Gede Eka Wahyuni Nurse, Desak Ketut Nuriadi Nurse. not in photo : Dr cosmas hascaryanto, SpM Ophthalmologist, I KADEK ADI SUKADA Nurse.

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lombok team - left to right Adib Aditya M Refractionist, Fahmi Nurse, Nurul Khaironi Nurse, Lalu Didien project assistant, Baiq Sulistiana Nurse, Achmad Ramli Nurse, Haironi Project Coordinator.

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sight restoration & blindness prevention 120000 100000 80000 60000

100000

109,380

81,736

2500

80,523 • 80000Field eye screening and glasses distribution 76,883 2000

64,235

40000

• Sight restoring37,460 operations for cataract 1000 blind people – 20000 mobile

clinics and outreach programs

13,698

105,138

2007

2008

2009

80000 76,883

81,736

2010

0 • Children’s cataract surgery 2007 2008 2009

80,523

60000 40000 37,460

20000 13,698

2008

2009

2010

GLASSES ISSUED

3000

2007

2008

2009

76,883

2,733 2,395

2000 1500

2010

CATARACT OPERATIONS

2500 80,523

2,017

1,837

1000

37,460

500

98

0

2008

2009

2010

2007

2008

2009

0

2010

2007

2,395

2000 Project Outcomes 2,017 1500

0

500

In 2010 our mobile clinics were working in Bali, Lombok, South Kalimantan, Kupang (West Timor) and Lumajang (East CATARACT OPERATIONS 3000 Java), with outreach programs in Surabaya and Gresik (East 2,733 2500 and Medan (North Sumatra). Java),

GLASSES ISSUED

100000

109,380

2,01

60000

20000 0

2,395

• Screening primary school children for eye1500 problems1,837

40000

ATIENTS SCREENED

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his is the Foundation’s flagship project and our main focus. CATARACT OPER GLASSES ISSUED 3000 The Project comprises:

PATIENTS SCREENED

2010

YKI Ophthalmologist, Dr Dini, with some happy patients and their families

1,837

In 2010 our teams screened a total of 109,380 village people 1000 with eye problems and distributed 80,523 pairs of glasses.They 500 tested 2,128 primary school children for eye problems. also A total of 2,733 cataract blind people were operated in our 0 programs,2007 716 more in 2009. 2008 than 2009 2010 The increasing effectiveness of this Project is due to several factors – having two young ophthalmologists trained in small incision cataract surgery on our staff to work in the mobile clinics, development of relationships with outreach clinics with experienced ophthalmologists who do free cataract operations with our Foundation’s support, and a cooperative relationship with the Indonesian military, which enables an expansion of the range of locations where we can work. We are very appreciative of Dr Wayan Gde Dharyata’s continued strong support in the role he has taken on as Consultant Ophthalmologist for the Foundation, and for the many hours he dedicates to operating the poor, training new ophthalmologists, and assisting with our planning and progress.

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New Developments Extension of the Lombok Cataract Program In 2010 we launched our first mobile clinic in Lombok, under an Agreement with Bupati of East Lombok, M. Dukiman Azmy, who officiated at the launching ceremony. The mobile clinic program is an extension of the former cataract program in East Lombok which is based at the Government Hospital in Selong. We also entered into a cooperative agreement with the Rumah Sakit Patut Patuh Patju in Gerung, West Lombok and its ophthalmologist, Dr Gunawan, and conducted several screening and operating sessions in that District. Outreach Programs In 2010 we entered into cooperative agreements with two private ophthalmic clinics in East Java which were keen to help the poor in their community by offering free cataract surgery. The Foundation welcomes this cooperation as it contributes to a wider expansion of our assistance.

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Top: Unveiling the mobile clinic for the Lombok Cataract Program. Above left: Dr Gunawan, in pre op screening session. Above right: Dr Uyik & Dr Fitri in the Klinik Mata Utama, Gresik. Below: Dr Armanto operating in the Klinik Mata Tritya, Surabaya.


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Cooperation with the Indonesian Military We also increased the scope of our cooperative activities with the Indonesian military and in particular the Air Force which provided transport and logistics for our team and vehicles to assist people living on islands beyond Bali. Most of the poorest people in Indonesia live to the east of Bali where there are very few ophthalmic services. Our Foundation is very glad to have this assistance from the Air Force to enable us to reach some of these people. In 2010 our teams were involved in two major cooperative activities with the Air Force. In July the Air Force flew our team and one of our mobile eye clinics on a Hercules to Kupang, West Timor, to screen and operate cataract blind patients as part of a community health program. In August they flew our team to Lumajang, East Java, to take part in a similar activity, with two of our mobile clinics traveling by ferry and road from Bali. Both of these activities were very successful and we are planning to increase this type of activity in 2011 and beyond.

Top: Mobile Eye Clinic being loaded onto the Air Force Hercules for the trip to Kupang, West Timor. Centre: YKI Team with members of the Air Force and operated patients on the last day of the Lumajang program. Above: In Kupang, Air Chief Marshall Imam Sufaat, presents an award of appreciation to Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia, accepted by Penny Lane, International Projects Director.

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Maintaining quality of care Our priority is maintaining the highest possible quality of care to all patients. When we work with ophthalmic surgeons in outreach clinics and the military, we ensure our high standard of outcomes by assessing each surgeon and if necessary providing training in the special surgical techniques we use, as well as visiting the facilities for regular monitoring. Surgical and Biometry Training During 2010 several young Indonesian ophthalmologists underwent assessment and training with our Foundation. Dr Dharyata spearheaded the training program and we were fortunate to have five volunteer ophthalmologists visiting from Australia at different times during the year who assessed the skill levels of the young ophthalmologists and provided surgical training in small incision cataract surgery. Our ophthalmic nurses also received refresher training in biometry techniques in a special session with David Holland from Alcon Australia.

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Above: Dr Dharyata, supervises a solo operation in the mobile eye clinic. Below: Volunteer ophthalmologist, Dr Peter Graham, in a training surgical session with Indonesian ophthalmologist, Dr Herna. Surgical skills are first learned by practising on animal eyes in a ‘wet lab’.


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Children’s Cataract Surgery Dr Wayan Gde Dharyata operated 21 cataract blind children in this program in the Puri Raharja Hospital, Denpasar, in 2010, with assistance from volunteer anaesthetists from the Bali Anaesthetists’ Association.

Top: Dr Wayan Gde Dharyata,YKI’s consultant ophthalmologist with a young patient. Above: The new mobile clinic being trialled in Lombok.

New mobile eye clinic We received funding to build a new mobile eye clinic from the Paul Wheelton Trust and this was completed and commissioned in December, representing a state-of-theart mobile theatre. This new clinic frees up an older one for refurbishment to work in the eastern part of Indonesia in a new cataract program planned for the island of Sumba.

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World Sight Day – 14 October Our teams traveled to the village of Jerowaru in East Lombok to do a mass eye screening and operating session for World Sight Day. With assistance from members of the Indonesian Air Force in managing the large numbers, our teams examined and refracted 2,300 people with eye problems and operated 91 blind people in three mobile eye clinics located on the site.

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Volunteers to the program Dr Peter Graham, ophthalmologist (Western Australia) Professor John Crompton, ophthalmologist (South Australia) Dr Gordon Bougher, ophthalmologist (Western Australia) Dr Ian Spencer, ophthalmologist (Western Australia) Dr Jean-Louis Desousa, ophthalmologist/orbit surgeon (Western Australia) Dr Alisdair Jackson, ophthalmologist (Western Australia) Dr Wayan Gde Dharyata, consultant ophthalmologist (Bali, Indonesia) – discounted rates Dr Putu Panji, anaesthetist (Bali, Indonesia) Dr Putu Pramana, anaesthetist (Bali, Indonesia) Dr Wayan Sukra, anaesthetist (Bali, Indonesia) George Georgis, optician (Western Australia) David Holland, Alcon Australia Top: Professor John Crompton conducting a surgical training session in Lombok with ophthalmologists from the Air Force. Above left: Dr Jean-Louis Desousa, in a pre op training session with Dr Dharyata. Left: Dr Alisdair Jackson, demonstrates SICS technique to Dr Herna in a wet lab session.

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children’s corrective surgery O

ur Foundation provides free operations to children from poor families who suffer from facial and other deformities. This assistance gives these children and young people the chance of a normal productive life, free from disfigurement and social stigma. Our Bali program is supported by discounted rates from the Puri Raharja Hospital in Denpasar and surgeon, Dr Ketut Anom Ratmaya, and also by anaesthetists from the Bali Anaesthetists’ Association who provide their services free of charge.

Below: Dr Tony Moore, in a pre op training session with surgeons from the Army in Lombok. Bottom: Dr Tim Cooper, discusses with Balinese surgeon, Dr Anom planning for a cleft lip operation on a small baby, drawing the steps.

Surgical Training We were again fortunate to have the assistance of Dr Tony Moore and Dr Tim Cooper, plastic surgeons from Australia, who volunteered to pass on their surgical skills to the local surgeons in three separate week-long training sessions in Bali and Lombok, during which a total of 77 children with facial and other deformities were operated. New Development An expansion of the scope of this assistance has been made possible with a cooperative venture with the Indonesian military, where its surgeons perform the operations in military facilities and our Foundation assists with the surgical costs. We were able to assist 33 more patients with free operations in 2010 beyond our normal program in Bali as a result of this cooperation. Project Outcomes A total of 141 children and young people were operated in this program in 2010, an increase of 100% over the previous year. Volunteers to the program Dr Tim Cooper, plastic surgeon (Western Australia) Dr Tony Moore, plastic surgeon (South Australia) Dr Ketut Anom Ratmaya, surgeon (Bali, Indonesia) – discounted rates Dr Wayan Sukra, anaesthetist (Bali, Indonesia) Dr Putu Panji, anaesthetist (Bali, Indonesia) Dr Putu Pramana, anaesthetist (Bali, Indonesia)

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any families in Indonesia cannot afford to seek medical treatment for their children. When funding permits, our Foundation assists with treatment to children and young people from poor families for certain medical conditions which will either save their lives or make a significant difference to their quality of life. Office Clinic The general medical clinic at our office in Sanur is intended for initial examinations of patients with cleft lips or palates or other conditions that we may be able to assist with. General medical practitioner, Dr Juli, attends the clinic three afternoons a week. Patients to Perth While our policy is to treat patients locally wherever possible, sometimes particular surgical treatment is not available in Bali. In 2010 we sent two young boys with severe burns contractions to Perth for operations to give them greater movement and functionality. The boys were operated free of charge in the St John of God Subiaco Hospital by Dr Tim Cooper and Dr Mark Duncan-Smith who also offered their skills and expertise at no cost to the patients or to the Foundation.

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A volunteer physiotherapist, Enid Hulls, spent two weeks in Bali, working intensively with one of the boys to help restore his hand function with exercises and massage, also teaching his father how to assist his son for the longer-term. Second Skin also provided full sets of compression garments for the two boys to reduce the amount of keloid scarring.


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Prosthetic eyes The provision of a natural-looking artificial eye restores the confidence and dignity of the patient so that he or she can have a normal life, free from disfigurement and social stigma. In 2010 our Foundation’s prosthetic eye technician, Wayan Wijaya, made artificial eyes for 32 patients in Bali and Lombok. Prosthetic legs In January Alan Crumlin from the Fremantle Orthotics Service (FOS) returned to Bali to fit several patients with prosthetic legs which were donated by FOS. Volunteers to the Program Opposite top: Azhar and Angga en route to Perth for their operations. Opposite left: Angga with his father in the St John of God Subiaco Hospital in Perth after his long operation. Top left: Wayan Wijaya,YKI’s prosthetic eye technician, measuring a patient for an artificial eye. Above: One of Alan’s patients was young Fadil, a seven-year-old boy from the island of Flores who had to have one of his legs amputated following a motorbike accident.

Dr Tim Cooper, plastic surgeon (Western Australia) Dr Mark Duncan-Smith, plastic surgeon (Western Australia) Enid Hulls, physiotherapist (Queensland) Alan Crumlin (Fremantle Orthotics Service, Western Australia)

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education assistance program Sponsorship This Program assists some of the many children from very poor Balinese families to stay on in school despite their families’ economic circumstances, giving them the opportunity to improve their life prospects. Specific funds are received by the Foundation from donors who want to support one or more children in this program, and these funds are deposited in a local interest-bearing bank account from which the family can withdraw a specified amount each month to pay for school expenses for their child. The donations are at three different levels according to the level of schooling of the children. At the end of 2010, this Program was supporting 589 children in school, with a total of 926 assisted since the Program’s inception.

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DONORS VISIT THE PROGRAM

Privacy Policy

Many of the donors visiting Bali for holidays take the opportunity to meet their sponsored children in locations arranged by our Program staff.

The interests of the children in this Program are paramount, and our policy is to protect the privacy of the children and their families.

Helena College Program Each year two Balinese students who have completed Year 12 schooling and displayed potential to benefit from an overseas experience are selected to attend Helena College in Perth, Western Australia, for a three-month period. The students stay with host families and attend the College, learning English and computing and assisting with the Indonesian language and culture programs. This year the students were Dewa Ayu Eka Putri and Kadek Diyasa. This Program has been running for 15 years and there is a growing group of Bali alumni who are former Helena College students. The group met in December to welcome back Dewa and Kadek from Perth. Opposite left: Program Coordinator, Nyoman Murdika, explains how the program works to a family receiving the sponsorship Top: Donors to the Education Assistance Program meet their sponsored child with Artini from YKI staff Right: Dewa Ayu and Kadek Diyasa on an outing in Perth

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Equipment donation & shipment O

ur Foundation is very appreciative of the many donations of equipment and medical supplies that it receives to help with its humanitarian work. In 2010 this equipment included high speed instrument sterilizers, ophthalmic microscopes, autoclaves, good quality hydraulic hospital beds, humidicribs, as well as basic medical supplies such as surgical dressings and gloves. Container shipment

In 2010 we shipped one container of donated equipment and supplies to Bali. We are able to on-donate items such as hospital beds and other general medical equipment and supplies to hospitals in Bali and other islands which treat the poor, thus significantly improving the facilities they can offer.

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Covidien donation We were very fortunate to receive from Covidien, a global distributor of healthcare products, two new Valleylab cautery machines for use in our mobile clinics and children’s corrective surgery. Above: The Foundation’s container is transported from the port in Surabaya by truck. Here it arrives in the Foundation’s logistics store in Bali ready for unloading. Opposite left: Donated hydraulic hospital bed on their way to a recipient hospital. Left: John Fawcett and Bob Foord formaly receive the donated Valleylab cautery machines from Michael Drury and Christine Hogseth-Gill, From Covidien in Singapore.

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Promotion & Fundraising

Kendra Art Gallery Fundraising Auction

Harvey World Travel

In June, Kim Randall from the Kendra Gallery in Seminyak, Bali, held a very successful fundraising auction, with all proceeds going to our Foundation. We are most appreciative of Kim’s efforts and very encouraged by the great support received from within the local community in Bali.

Harvey World Travel continued its vital and very much appreciated financial support for the Foundation’s administrative expenses. This support enables us to allocate at least 90% of all other donations direct to project work, helping those in need.

Paul Wheelton OAM Charitable Trust

Adelaide and Perth Supporters Groups

We thank Paul Wheelton and his colleagues most sincerely for their strong support in 2010.This group donated the funds to purchase the cab and chassis, build and equip a new mobile clinic for our Foundation to enable expansion into the eastern islands of Indonesia.

Members of the Adelaide Supporters group continued their financial support and we were pleased to again meet some of the members in Bali who visited our field activities. We thank Dennis Sims and Jim Tsagalis, both members of the Adelaide Group, the instigators of the newly formed Perth Supporters Group, and we look forward to the development of a strong group of financial supporters from Perth.

JFF(UK) Fundraising Despite the general economic downturn in the UK in 2010, voluntary fundraiser and Trustee of JFF(UK), Jeremy Hope, was successful in raising significant funds for the Foundation in the UK and we thank him sincerely for his continuing efforts under difficult circumstances.

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Bequests The bequest from Frank Alwyn Hawkes which is received in monthly payments over a six-year period is very much appreciated and is a great support to our Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention Project.


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Corporate Social Responsibility Programs (CSR) In 2010 our Foundation was fortunate to have continuing support from many organizations and companies which assist in financial and other ways with our humanitarian work. These include:

Indonesian air force

Indonesian army

Indonesian Navy

Indonesian national police

klinik mata tritya

puri gede karangsem

PROPERTY GROUP CREATING VALUE

seven network operations

SHARING VALUE

nicknack creative

Media Support Promotional support from the media in Indonesia and Australia continued throughout 2010, with the following media offering their facilities free of charge: Newspapers

HARIAN WARGA KOTA

DENPOST MEMBEDAH JANTUNG DAN KEGELAPAN KOTA

Television & Radio

Channel 10 perth, western australia

This support from the media is invaluable in raising local and international awareness of our work.

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Awards indonesian air force

Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia received an Appreciation Award from Air Chief Marshal Imam Sufaat, Head of the Indonesian Air Force, in recognition of its support during the Air Force’s community humanitarian activities in 2010. City of Denpasar In March the Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia received an award from the Walikota (Mayor) of Denpasar, Rai Dharma Wijaya Mantra, in recognition of its participation in the Corporate

Social Responsibility Program of the City of Denpasar. YKI’s screening and operating program in the Denpasar area is conducted under the auspices of the Walikota. Bishop Hale Medal: John Fawcett John Fawcett traveled to Perth in November to receive the prestigious Bishop Hale Medal. This award is presented at the end of each year to former students of Hale School ‘recognizing unselfish devotion to duty, exemplifying Bishop Hale’s philosophy of voluntary service to and in the community’.

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greements with Provincial and District Goverments are essential to the smooth running of our humanitarian programs, providing authorisation to work in the various locations and the ability to promote the services in the community. In 2010 Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia entered into new cooperative agreements with the following:

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Bupati of West Lombok

Bupati of tabanan - bali

Bupati of bangli - bali

Existing agreements with the following Provincial and District Heads still in place are:

BKKKS Governor - Bali

Walikota City of Denpasar

Bupati of Badung - Bali

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Bupati of East Lombok


THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA

Team Development O

ur Foundation staff (all Indonesian) totaled 41 at the end of 2010, including five office staff and 36 on the project teams (Bali and Lombok).

The Foundation encourages professional and personal development for the staff at all levels and facilitates this where possible.

TEAM ACTIVITIES

The Foundation also encourages activities which develop team spirit, essential to effective work in the field. When the schedule permits, the staff take a well-earned break to participate in sporting activities and we now have a group of enthusiastic soccer players.

Other volunteers W

e would like to make special mention of other volunteers who have generously given their time and expertise to the Foundation through the year:

Gede Wirya Dana & Wayan Sudiata, IT technical support (Bali, Indonesia) Suriko Tirto, website design and maintenance (Bali, Indonesia) Margaret Jones, logistics (Western Australia) Dean Bowker, fundraising consultant to JFF Board (Western Australia) Jeremy Hope, fundraiser and Trustee The John Fawcett Foundation (UK) Renate Hamilton, Trustee The John Fawcett Foundation (UK) (Bali)

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THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA

Project Outcomes SIGHT RESTORATION & BLINDNESS PREVENTION ASSISTANCE

2008

2009

2010

Free cataract operations

2,395

2,017

2,733

Patients screened & treated for eye problems

81,736

105,138

109,380

Glasses issued

37,460

76,883

80,523

7

29

29

2008

2009

2010

Cleft lip operations

19

36

83

Cleft palate operations

26

33

56

Other corrective operations

2

1

2

TOTAL

47

70

141

Children’s cataract / other eye operations CHILDREN’S CORRECTIVE SURGERY ASSISTANCE

ASSISTANCE TO DESPERATELY ILL CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE ASSISTANCE

2008

2009

2010

Patient consultations: office clinic

655

475

170

Operations / major treatment

19

9

9

Prosthetic eyes

31

47

32

CHILDREN ASSISTED

2008

2009

2010

Primary school children

336

361

336

Junior secondary school children

143

146

167

Senior secondary school children

48

69

86

Total

527

576

589

Total supported since inception of the Program

739

860

926

EDUCATION ASSISTANCE

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THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA

Financial Summary T

he Financial Report represents the consolidated summary financial statements for The John Fawcett Foundation and Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia. Donations and expenditure have been converted to Australian dollars.

BALANCE SHEET 2010 DESCRIPTION

BALANCE (A$) Funds at bank and on hand

CURRENT ASSETS

Pro Bono Audits

330,051

Advances

2,843

Inventory

124,936

JFF Transfer Funds

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to Mark Thornton (Western Australia), Ernst & Young (Jakarta) and Roger Shaw (Independent Examiner, UK) who undertake the audits for the Australian, Indonesian and UK foundations respectively on a pro-bono basis. This is of enormous value in both monetary terms and in terms of establishing our Foundation’s financial credibility. Your donation – Multiplier effect The Foundation is proud of the fact that it operates on very low overheads. This is made possible by donations of equipment and supplies and the very valuable contribution of medical specialists and other skilled volunteers who travel to Bali at their own expense to train local personnel in our programs or to provide other specialist training. This means that:

0

TOTAL

457,830

NON-CURRENT ASSETS

Motor vehicles - net of depreciation

36,116

Furniture & fittings - net of depreciation

1,006

Equipment - net of depreciation

21,903

TOTAL

59,025

TOTAL ASSETS

516,855

CURRENT

Accrued Expenses

(17,258)

LIABILITIES

GST to be recouped/(paid)

0

TOTAL LIABILITIES

(17,258)

NET ASSETS

499,597

EQUITY

Prior years surplus/(shortfall)

18,892

Retained surplus

538,252

Current year surplus/(shortfall)

(53,051)

Forex variance

(4,496)

TOTAL EQUITY

499,597

$1 CASH + $1.25 VOLUNTEERS, EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES = $2.25 TO THE HUMANITARIAN WORK

VOLUNTEERS $1,262,617

45%

35%

20%

DONATIONS OF EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES $717,985

CASH DONATIONS $1,582,421

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THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA

DONATIONS 2010 YEAR TO DATE (A$)

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL DONATIONS

Assistance to Desperately Ill

12,904

1.2%

Children's Corrective Surgery

60,664

5.4%

Children's Cataract Surgery

4,727

0.4%

Prosthesis Eyes

3,741

0.3%

Education Assistance

43,976

3.9%

TB Training Project

548

0.0%

Field Eye Screening

153,130

13.7%

Equipment Acquisition

35,588

3.2%

Sight Restoration

294,435

26.3%

Buleleng Cataract Program

10,765

1.0%

South Bali Mobile Eye Clinic

114,243

10.2%

East Lombok Mobile Eye Clinic

62,056

5.5%

North Bali Mobile Eye Clinic

12,311

1.1%

Volunteer Medical Specialists

17,407

1.6%

Unspecified donations

32,626

2.9%

859,119

76.6%

Fundraising

12,786

1.1%

Project vehicles

20,328

1.8%

Staff Training & Amenities

9,344

0.8%

Administration

157,012

14.0%

Interest received

13,157

1.2%

Other sundry donations

49,613

4.4%

262,239

23.4%

1,121,358

100.0%

DESCRIPTION

PROJECT dONATIONS

TOTAL PROJECT

OTHER DONATIONS

TOTAL OTHER TOTAL

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THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA

EXPENSES 2010 YEAR TO DATE (A$)

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL DONATIONS

Assistance to Desperately Ill

23,526

2.1%

Children's Corrective Surgery

70,261

6.3%

Children's Cataract Surgery

5,603

0.5%

Prosthesis Eyes

3,067

0.3%

Education Assistance

32,102

2.9%

TB Training Project

6,762

0.6%

Field Eye Screening

104,948

9.4%

Equipment Acquisition

37,826

3.4%

Sight Restoration

279,728

24.9%

Buleleng Cataract Program

10,765

1.0%

South Bali Mobile Eye Clinic

114,243

10.2%

East Lombok Cataract Program

123,225

11.0%

North Bali Mobile Eye Clinic

46,280

4.1%

Volunteer Medical Specialists

17,407

1.6%

875,744

78.1%

Fundraising

12,785

1.1%

Project vehicles

20,328

1.8%

Staff Training & Amenities

9,344

0.8%

Administration

140,366

12.5%

Government affairs/Legal

26,189

2.3%

Travel and accommodation

1,163

0.1%

Bank fees

3,784

0.3%

Office Renovation

48,488

4.3%

Other sundry expenses

2,678

0.2%

Depreciation

33,540

3.0%

298,665

26.6%

TOTAL EXPENSES

1,174,409

104.7%

NET SURPLUS (SHORTFALL)

(53,051)

(4.7%)

DESCRIPTION

PROJECT EXPENDITURE

TOTAL PROJECT EXPENDITURE

OTHER EXPENDITURE

TOTAL OTHER EXPENDITURE

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OUR MISSION RESTORE VISION OUR vision RESTORE dignity OUR method create miracles

THE JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION YAYASAN KEMANUSIAAN INDONESIA Jalan Pengembak 16, Blanjong Sanur, Bali, Indonesia 80238 tel : + 62 361 270 812 fax : +62 361 287 707 email : yki@indo.net.id

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JFF / YKI Annual Report 2010