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WHO WE ARE The John Fawcett Foundation (JFF) is a humanitarian not-for-profit organisation that assists needy people in Indonesia, with its main focus on sight restoration and blindness prevention. JFF Is registered in Australia, Indonesia, the United Kingdom and the USA.

WHAT WE DO JFF offers its assistance to people in the lower socio-economic group free of charge and without religious, political or ethnic consideration. The Foundation’s headquarters are in Bali, Indonesia, and its humanitarian projects include Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention, Children’s Corrective Surgery, Prosthetic Eyes and Technology Transfer.

WHERE WE WORK While JFF is based in Bali, its humanitarian work also extends to other Indonesian islands where people are impoverished and medical specialist services are scarce.


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Chairmen’s Reports

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Sight Restoration & Blindness Prevention

22 Children’s Corrective Surgery 26 Prosthetic Eyes 28 Helena College Program 30 Technology Transfer and Volunteers 34 Fundraising and Promotion 36 Supporters and Partners 40 Project Outcomes 41 Financial Summary 44 Board Structure 46 Our Team 48 How to Donate

Produced in-house by JFF staff Text & Editing Penny Lane International Coordinator Layout, Photos & Artwork Wayan Helmy Promotion & Graphics Designer

UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGs) 2030 JFF’s activities are aligned with seven of the UN’s 2030 SDGs

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Chairmen’s Reports JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION (AUSTRALIA)

A critically important member of our Foundation is International Coordinator, Penny Lane, who acts as liaison between the Australian and Indonesian arms of the organisation. Penny’s long association with the Foundation and her knowledge of the Indonesian people and their language is invaluable.

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018 was our first full year without our Founder, John Fawcett AM, and we continued to operate efficiently and achieve our targets. The Bali team knuckled down to their work with their usual enthusiasm. They continue to amaze me with their skill and unselfish devotion to our cause. The year started out on a sombre note with the passing of Dr Peter Graham AM in January. Peter was our original ophthalmology consultant and John Fawcett relied on him heavily for many years. I wish to recognise the many people who give of their time and resources voluntarily to our cause. These range from my fellow Board Members, who perform their various tasks willingly and capably, through to our donors and supporters. The Board members meet quarterly to review the previous quarter and set targets and policies for the future. Between meetings all are actively engaged in the promotion of

the Foundation’s work, including meeting statutory requirements, financial recordings, acquisition of medical equipment and a multitude of other tasks to ensure that the team in Bali can carry out their work and that we are fully compliant with Government requirements. The Foundation Board’s last meeting for the year is held in Bali. Board members who are able to do so travel to Bali and, following the meeting, enjoy a convivial afternoon with the Bali staff and other guests. The 2019 meeting is scheduled for 27 September, and friends of JFF who happen to be in Bali that day are welcome to join our group for lunch. We would not have a humanitarian foundation without the generous support of our donors. The regular receipt of funds enables us to carry out our chosen work. You really are a wonderful group of people. On behalf of our many patients I say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.

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The output of the Bali team, under the leadership of Gede Bingin, is very high. Those who have enjoyed a visit to our Bali headquarters will probably attest to the warm and friendly greeting received from the Bali staff. Visitors are always welcome. Whilst all people mentioned above are vitally important to our Foundation, the people that are the most important to us are our patients. Whether they be cataract blind, have only one eye or suffer from a facial deformity, they put their trust in us and in the ability of our Indonesian doctors, nurses and assistants to repair the damage. As John Fawcett frequently said “THEY ARE BLIND BECAUSE THEY ARE POOR AND THEY ARE POOR BECAUSE THEY ARE BLIND.” This extends to those with other afflictions as well. It is my earnest wish that we continue to assist our Indonesian neighbours and, with your continued support and assistance, we will achieve this ambition.


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et again, another great year for the John Fawcett Foundation as we continue providing services to our needy people in Indonesia. 2018 was a very successful year as we were able to help more people than in the previous year. I was grateful to see so many donors and supporters continue their generous assistance, and some took the initiative to organise fundraising events to support the Foundation’s work. This is really encouraging for those of us who are active in the field. A highlight of 2018 was a program in Merauke, West Papua, the far eastern part of Indonesia, where we conducted an eye screening and operating program in partnership with the Indonesian Air Force. Our team returned to Papua and, with LPMAK, travelled to very isolated villages accessible only by boat, providing a vital service for the local people who had never received any services of this kind before. For our team it was both a great challenge and an amazing experience. We acknowledge the risks of sending the team to the jungles of Papua, but on the other hand we were very glad that we were able to bring to realisation one of John’s dreams of the Foundation taking its services across the whole archipelago, which we have now done. “So we did it, John”.

I am very happy with the results we achieved in 2018. We performed 4.5% more cataract operations compared to the previous year. This was due to our successful offshore program where so many of the cataract patients are found and to our dedicated team often working until very late in the evenings. In our Children’s Corrective Surgery Project we assisted patients from Flores and Sumba with operations to repair severe burns scarring, and also performed cleft lip and palate repair operations. Our Prosthetic Eye Program significantly increased its output with oculist Wayan Wijaya making and fitting more eyes than the previous year. We were also very fortunate to receive a very generous donation of tools from our very kind donors to support Wayan’s laboratory work.

While 2018 was a great year we have to keep moving as there are so many underprivileged people who require our assistance. It is now estimated that 1.8% (4,600,000) of the Indonesian population is blind with cataracts. This means that, despite our efforts and good outcomes, we are contributing in only a small way to reduce incidence of cataract blind people. For us, to be able to provide assistance to the underprivileged people of Indonesia and reaching more people in need is dependent on financial support, and we express heartfelt thanks to all our supporters, donors and partners for their continued support of our work. I also thank the wonderful staff in Bali and special thanks to Penny Lane for her professional work. Sincere thanks also to the Board members of the John Fawcett Foundations in Australia, United Kingdom and Indonesia.

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Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention B

lindness prevention and cataract surgery is an ongoing challenge in countries like Indonesia, a challenge our Foundation has taken on and will continue into the future. With over four million people needlessly blind in

Indonesia and over eight million visually impaired, the challenge is a big one. The social and economic costs of these large numbers are enormous, as well as the personal difficulties of the blind individuals and those who care for them.

JFF’S UNIQUE SERVICE JFF’s signature mobile eye clinics take the surgery and service to the people, offering free cataract

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surgery to the blind in villages across Bali and other islands of Indonesia.


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FIELD EYE SCREENING The Foundation’s teams conduct mass village eye screenings in Bali and other provinces. At these sessions, 500-900 people are

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screened for eye problems in a single day. Glasses and eye drops are distributed to those who need them, and people who are cataract

blind are identified and operated on the same day in the mobile eye clinic.


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6,645

SCHOOL CHILDREN SCREENED IN 2018

SCREENING SCHOOL CHILDREN FOR EYE PROBLEMS JFF’s team goes into village primary schools to check the eyesight of the students. The purpose is to detect eye problems early, treat them if possible and prevent them worsening.

Glasses are issued to those who need them, and eye drops provided for those with infections.

children and teachers about caring for the health of their eyes and avoiding accidents.

The team leader also takes the opportunity to educate the

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SIGHT-RESTORING OPERATIONS JFF’s sophisticated mobile units take the cataract surgery to the people in their villages where

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the cataract blind are operated in a sterile environment by JFF’s experienced ophthalmic surgeons

and nurses. Patients are identified at a village eye screening and operated the same day.


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JFF IN NUMBERS 1991 TO 2018

EYE SURGERIES

56,164

PATIENTS SCREENED

1,068,199

GLASSES ISSUED

506,298

EYE DROPS ISSUED

591,924

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ADOPT A VILLAGE MOBILE EYE CLINIC – BALI JFF’s team ran 78 separate village programs in Bali, screening 23,486 village people with eye problems and operating 413 cataract blind.

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Cost is A$2,500 for a two-day program during which around 500 village people are checked for eye problems, glasses and eye drops

are distributed to around 60% and up to 10 cataract-blind people are operated in the mobile clinic.


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VILLAGE PROGRAMS SPONSORED IN 2018

Many donors take the opportunity to visit and take part in the village eye screening and operating activities to see first-hand how their funds are spent.

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REACHING REMOTE COMMUNITIES An ever-increasing amount of JFF’s work is now happening outside Bali. The need in other islands is acute, with high incidences of

poverty, lack of access to specialist medical facilities and high levels of population. We find greater numbers of people blind with

cataracts in these areas than in Bali where JFF’s Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention Project has been active for 27 years.

INDON KALIMANTAN SUMATRA

SITUBONDO

BANYUWANGI

BONDOWOSO

JAVA JAKARTA

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OFFSHORE PROGRAMS IN 2018 14

PROBOLINGGO JEMBER 3X BALI


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JFF is fortunate to have a unique partnership with the Indonesian Air Force, members of which work with our team and assist with

NESIA

transporting our equipment and mobile clinic to remote parts of Indonesia to reach even more people in need.

Program locations 1991 -2017 Program locations 2018

TARAKAN

MANADO

TIMIKA

SULAWESI WEST PAPUA

I ALOR MERAUKE MAUMERE

WEST TIMOR

AUSTRALIA

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In 2018, 14 offshore programswere run – two in Flores, eight in East Java, one in North Sulawesi, one in North Kalimantan, and two in

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West Papua. On these islands the JFF team screened a total of 22,069 village people with eye problems and 1,820 people who were blind

with cataracts received sightrestoring operations.


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Air Chief Marshal Yuyu Sutisna, Chief of Staff, Indonesian Air Force, visiting the JFF eye program in Tarakan, North Kalimantan, run in partnership with the Indonesian Air Force.

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WORLD SIGHT DAY –11 OCTOBER 2018 World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness, coordinated by the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness under the VISION 2020 Global Initiative, held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on blindness and vision

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impairment. The ‘Call to Action’ for WSD in 2018 was ‘Eyecare Everywhere’. JFF took a different approach to World Sight Day in 2018, with a focus on a remote community. The team travelled to Merauke,

West Papua, on the eastern border of Indonesia. In conjunction with the Indonesian Air Force the team conducted a mass screening over two days, and operated cataract blind patients to restore their sight.


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CHILDREN’S CATARACT SURGERY Six cataract-blind children were operated by Dr Wayan Gde Dharyata in the Puri Raharja Hospital, Denpasar. Two of the children were identified during one of JFF’s offshore programs.

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Children with cataracts undergo a general anaesthetic and are operated using Phacoemusification, a different technique than that used for adults in our mobile clinic program.

For the first time for JFF, children with cataracts were operated in an offshore program – in Alor, Flores in January. Four children were identified in the screening and operated in the local hospital.


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FF provides free operations to children from poor families who suffer from congenital deformities such as cleft lip and palate. Our Bali program is supported with discounted rates by the Puri Raharja Hospital in

Denpasar and surgeon, Dr Ketut Anom Ratmaya, and is also assisted by anaesthetists from the Bali Anaesthetists’ Association who provide their services free of charge.

CLEFT OPERATIONS A total of 17 children and young people with cleft deformities were operated in this program in 2018.

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BURNS SCAR RELEASE In May a surgical training program in burns scarring release and repair was conducted in the Puri Raharja Hospital, with visiting volunteer plastic surgeon Dr Timothy Cooper

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and burns specialist Dr Mark Duncan-Smith. Thirteen patients with long-term severe scarring, most from eastern Indonesia, were operated in this program.

JFF partners with the Kolewa Foundation to assist the burns patients.


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he provision of a naturallooking 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 2018 JFF’s prosthetic eye technician, Wayan Wijaya, made artificial eyes for 120 patients. Many of these patients were

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identified and assisted during JFF’s offshore programs. Each prosthetic eye is custommade by hand for the patients so that they look as natural as possible and move with the other eye, so much so that it is difficult to detect which is the artificial eye and which is the real eye.


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Helena College Program T

his Program was initiated in 1996 by John Fawcett and Mr Chris Brown, who was a teacher of Indonesian at Helena College, Perth at that time. The plan was to select two Balinese students who had just completed their secondary schooling in Bali and send them to Helena College for one term to experience life in Australia and to learn English and Computing, as well assisting in the Indonesian language and culture classes.

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Since 1996, 39 students have participated in this Program, returning to their island community enriched by the experience. Wayan Putri Antari and Gede Candra Kusuma were the fortunate students in 2018, and they returned to Bali in late December having benefitted by the new experiences of living and studying in Australia.


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Technology Transfer and Volunteers MAINTAINING QUALITY OF SURGERY AND SERVICE JFF’s priority is to maintain the highest possible quality treatment to all recipients of its assistance. Surgeons and other medical personnel working in our programs are assessed and

if necessary given training in the special surgical techniques we use. This is possible through the invaluable contributions to JFF’s humanitarian work that are made by the many volunteer

medical specialists from Australia who travel to Bali at their own expense to pass on their skills and knowledge to the Indonesian medical personnel who work in our projects.

Professor John Crompton, JFF Ophthalmology Consultant and JFF Australia Board Member Professor John Crompton from Adelaide, South Australia, visited Bali in June to deliver a lecture to Balinese ophthalmologists

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from the University of Udayana at Sanglah Hospital and conduct an ophthalmic seminar for the medical staff members of the JFF

team. Professor Crompton also joined the mobile eye clinic team in a village program to assess the JFF teamwork.


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Professor Bill Morgan, JFF Ophthalmic Consultant During his visit to Bali in the beginning of July Professor Morgan was inaugurated as a Visiting Professor by the University of Udayana Faculty of Ophthalmology at Sanglah Hospital, becoming the second

inaugurated Visiting Professor after Professor John Crompton last year. His visit included the delivery of a lecture to the registrars, followed by a clinic at the hospital.

Norbert Hoegerl, OAM, Ophthalmic Medical Technician and JFF Australia Board Member In April volunteer medical technician, Norbert Hoegerl, spent a week working with Dewa Putu, JFF’s medical technician, reviewing the condition JFF’s medical equipment – ophthalmic microscopes and

diagnostic equipment, making recommendations for replacement or repair, and assisting with maintenance.

David Yates, Ophthalmic Equipment Consultant The JFF team welcomed David Yates who gave a training session to upgrade the team’s accuracy of biometry measurements. David has conducted several training sessions over the years and we thank him for his valuable contribution.

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INDONESIAN MEDICAL PERSONNEL We would also like to acknowledge the following Indonesian medical personnel who are of invaluable assistance in our projects: Ophthalmologists Dr Aquirina Caesari Putri, SpM

Dr Fazahraman, SpM

Dr M Nurdin Zuhri, SpM

Dr Ariesanti Tri Handayani, SpM(K)

Dr Fitria Romadiana, SpM

Dr Marthasari Rosalina, SpM

Dr Armanto Sudihutomo, SpM

Dr Gunawan Effendi, SpM

Dr Miftakhur Rohmah, SpM

Dr Bagas Kumoro, SpM

Dr Heni Wijayanti, SpM

Dr Monica Ratnasari, SpM

Dr Budi Surakhman, SpM

Dr I A Putri Kartiningsih, SpM

Dr Muhammad Rony, SpM

Dr Cok Istri Dewiyani Pemayun, SpM

Dr I Made Agus Kusumadjaja, SpM(K)

Dr Neni Daniati, SpM

Dr Danti Ayu Irawati, SpM

Dr I Wayan Gede Jayanegara, SpM(K)

Dr Ni Kompyang Rahayu, SpM(K)

Dr Deasy Sucicahyati Mendala, SpM

Dr IGAM Juliari, SpM(K)

Dr Ni Made Laksmi Utari, SpM

Dr Dewi Rosarina, SpM

Dr IGN Anom Supradnya, SpM

Dr Ni Made Lienderi, SpM

Dr Diaz Alamsyah Sudiro, SpM

Dr Irma Suryani, SpM

Dr Ni Nyoman Sekarsari, SpM

Dr Dimas Setya Adinugraha, SpM

Dr Iva Aryani, SpM

Dr Ni Nyoman Seri Sukmawati, SpM

Dr Dini Dharmawidiarini, SpM(K)

Dr Iwan Dewanto, SpM

Dr Ni Nyoman Triharpini, SpM

DR Dr AA Mas Putrawati T, SpM(K)

Dr Jusni Saragih, SpM

Dr Nikke Indriasari, SpM

Dr Endro Pranoto, SpM

Dr Lucy Nofrida Siburian, SpM

Dr Nirwan, SpM

Dr Erwanda Fredy Purliawan, SpM

Dr Lutfi Zein, SpM

Dr Nuke Erlina Mayasari, SpM

Dr Fahmi Zidny, SpM

Dr M Muammar Habibi, SpM

Dr Putu Budhiastra, SpM(K)

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Dr Putu Yuliawati, SpM(K)

Dr Wayan Gde Dharyata, SpM(K)

Anaesthetists (Bali)

Dr Sahila Ermawati, SpM

Dr Wayan Karya, SpM

Dr I Ketut Wibawa Nada, SpAn, KAKV

Dr Siska Takarai, SpM, MKes

Dr Yana Rosita, SpM

Dr Siswi Hapsari Wahyuningtyas, SpM

Kolonel CKM Dr M Irsan, SpM

Dr I GNA Putra
 Arimbawa, SpAn, MBiomed

Dr Soemartono Samadikoen, SpM(K)

Letnan Kolonel Kes Dr Erna, SpM

Dr Putu Agus Surya Panji, SpAn, KIC

Dr Sri Subekti, SpM

Mayor Kes Dr Dian Mulyawarman, SpM

Dr Sri Yuliastini, SpM

Mayor Kes Dr Sukirman, SpM

DR dr I Putu Pramana
 Suarjaya, SpAn, MKes, KMN, KNA

Dr Uyik Unari Dwi Kaptuti, SpM

General Surgeon Dr Ketut Anom Ratmaya, SpB, MARS

OTHER VOLUNTEERS Special mention must also be made of other volunteers who have generously given their time and expertise to the Foundation through the year: Bali

United Kingdom

Gede Wirya Dana IT Consultant

Suriko Tirto Website designer

Roger Shaw Independent Examiner

Wayan Sudiarta IT Consultant

Viddi Danta Yante, SH Legal Consultant

United States of America Michael Holstead Program Manager/Donor Advisor

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Fundraising and Promotion J

FF’s humanitarian work is dependent on donations and grants. In 2018 53% of our funding came from foundations,

organisations and governments, while individual andcorporate donors contributed 47%. Many of our supporters hold their own

RELIABLE EDUCATION Reliable Education provided wonderful support during 2018, fundraising amongst their students to sponsor three offshore

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programs in East Java, with groups of students joining the JFF team to see firsthand the effects of their donations.

fundraising activities for JFF, and we are very appreciative and grateful for this enthusiastic support.


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FUNDRAISING COCKTAIL PARTY Patricia Ryan (360 Degree Recruitment), who became aware of JFF’s work through a visit to one of our offshore programs with Reliable Education, organised a fundraising cocktail party in Perth in October. We thank Patricia, MC Carmen Braidwood and speaker Kim Hughes, the many businesses in Perth and Bali that donated items for auction on the night, and also the people who attended this event.

JUNE & DECEMBER APPEALS Our Australian appeals in 2018 were sent out by post and by

email, and we sincerely thank all those who responded to these.

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Supporters and Partners MAJOR DONORS • Angela Bennett • Anita Summers • Bowen Foundation • David Miller • Desmond Lim & Jing Gong • Geoffrey Booth Perpetual Fund • Geoffrey Hewlett • Helen Crooke • Jan O’Shea • Jeffery Webster & Tricia O’Connell

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• John Crompton • Judi-Ann Grant • Law on the Lounge • Maciej Dzidowski • Margo Warden • My Cause Gift Fund • Natasha Knights & Sophie Chamberlain • Nine Links Foundation • Nona Berlian Ratu • Nyoman Murniati

• Peter & Christine Schultz • Peter Kean • Robert Minear • Sibel & Ahmel Sarikei • Stephen & Heather Williams • The Brown Family Foundation • Wendy Cheung • Wonteco Pty Ltd


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CONTRIBUTING PARTNERS

KABUPATEN PROBOLINGGO

KABUPATEN BANYUWANGI

C A B A N G - N T B

MEDIA PARTNERS 2018 DONATIONS RECEIVED BY COUNTRY A$ 719,463

JFF Indonesia 25.1% JFF USA 6.6%

JFF Australia 57.9%

JFF UK 10.4%

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Project Outcomes SIGHT RESTORATION & BLINDNESS PREVENTION

2018

1991 - 2018

Cataract operations

3,447

53,609

Children's cataract operations

10

428

Other eye surgeries

1

2,122

Adults screened & treated for eye problems

44,105

1,068,199

School children screened for eye problems

6,645

78,416

Glasses issued

29,051

506,298

Eye drops issued

9,446

591,924

CHILDREN'S CORRECTIVE SURGERY

2018

1989 - 2018

Cleft operations (lip / palate)

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2,096

Other corrective surgeries

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2018

1991 - 2018

120

670

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Financial Summary T

he Financial Report represents the consolidated summary financial statements

for The John Fawcett Foundation and Yayasan John Fawcett Foundation Indonesia. Donations

and expenditure have been converted to Australian dollars.

Examiner, UK) who undertake the audits for the Australian 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.

PRO-BONO AUDITS We would like to express our sincere appreciation to Mark Thornton (Western Australia) and Roger Shaw (Independent

OPTIMISING YOUR DONATIONS Donations of equipment and medical supplies, as well as the contribution of medical specialists

who volunteer their time and skills at their own expense, mean that donated funds can be more

effectively directed towards our projects – providing free surgeries, glasses and eye drops for the poor.

Cash donations, Volunteers, Donations in Kind 2018 CASH DONATIONS A$ 719,463

28.4% 47.1% 24.5%

VOLUNTEERS A$ 373,266

DONATIONS IN KIND A$ 433,073

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BALANCE SHEET 2018 DESCRIPTION

BALANCE (A$)

CURRENT ASSETS

Funds at bank and on hand

844,192

Advances

39,518

Inventories

81,869

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS FIXED ASSETS

965,579 Motor vehicles - net of depreciation

25,343

Furniture & fittings - net of depreciation

1,905

Equipment - net of depreciation

47,589

TOTAL FIXED ASSETS

74,837

TOTAL ASSETS

1,040,416

CURRENT LIABILITIES

Accrued Expenses

(11,543)

TOTAL LIABILITIES

(11,543)

NET ASSETS EQUITY

1,028,873 Retained Surplus

1,062,771

Current Year Surplus/(Deficit)

(33,898)

TOTAL EQUITY

1,028,873

Donations 2018

Expenditure 2018 $62,358

$224,708 $91,379 $35,771 $486,173 $563,853

$8,582

Sight Restoration & Blindness Prevention

Sight Restoration & Blindness Prevention

Specific Minor Projects

Specific Minor Projects

General Donations & Other Income

Administration Other Overheads

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DONATIONS 2018 FULL YEAR (A$)

% OF TOTAL DONATIONS

General

178,980

24.88%

Sight Resoration & Blindness Prevention

487,753

67.79%

7,002

0.97%

673,735

93.64%

Interest Received

15,777

2.19%

Other Sundry Income

29,951

4.17%

TOTAL

45,728

6.36%

TOTAL DONATIONS

719,463

100.00%

FULL YEAR (A$)

% OF TOTAL DONATIONS

Children's Corrective Surgery

32,963

4.58%

Children's Cataract Surgery

4,840

0.67%

Education Assistance (Helena College)

2,808

0.39%

559,013

77.70%

599,624

83.34%

Administration

91,379

12.70%

Office Premises and Repair

29,231

4.06%

Government Affairs/Legal

31,782

4.42%

Bank Fees

1,110

0.15%

Foreign Exchange Adjustment (Gain/Loss)

-21,830

-3.03%

Depreciation

22,065

3.07%

TOTAL

153,737

21.37%

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

753,361

104.71%

SURPLUS (DEFICIT)

(33,898)

-4.71%

DESCRIPTION

DONATIONS

Children's Corrective Surgery TOTAL OTHER INCOME

EXPENDITURE 2018 DESCRIPTION

PROJECTS EXPENDITURE

Sight Resoration & Blindness Prevention TOTAL

OVERHEAD EXPENDITURE

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Board Structure AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018

JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION (AUSTRALIA)

ABN 81 338 697 784

Executive Board

Winston Jones, OAM Chairman

Phillip Andrew Treasurer

Richard Elsey Secretary

Dean Bowker Board Member

Kylie Harrison Board Member

Gede Bingin Board Member

Norbert Hoegerl, OAM Board Member

David Miller Board Member

Life Members

Dr Peter Graham, AM (Deceased)

John Pizey (Deceased)

John Hollingshead, OAM

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Patrick Emery, OAM

Bill Harwood (Deceased)

Prof. John Crompton Board Member


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Certificate number : 16 / 15 September 2014

Executive Board

Susan Fawcett Trustee

Catherine Saccone (née Fawcett) Trustee

Drs I Gst Made Bagiadi Supervisor

Gede Bingin Chairman

Komang Wardhana Secretary

Ni Gusti Ayu Susilawati Treasurer

JOHN FAWCETT FOUNDATION (UNITED KINGDOM)

Charity number : 1115274

Trustees

Jeremy Hope Trustee

Wendy Gough Trustee

James Mason Trustee

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Nengah Sariyasa Screening Coordinator I Komang Wiranatajaya Saputra Nurse Ketut Triasa Field Projects Assistant I Kadek Ngurah Sucipta Field Assistant I Putu Nova Pranata Accounts Assistant Wayan Darma Nurse & Surgery Coordinator I Wayan Pasek Juniawan Nurse Anak Agung Alit Putra Field Assistant Ketut Arsa Field Assistant Wayan Helmy Promotion & Graphics Designer

Ni Wayan Merina Novita Nurse Dewa Made Arjawa Nurse & Surgery Coordinator Assistant Dewa Putu Artana Technical Equipment Supervisor I Kadek Pasek Wiranata Nurse Nyoman Juliarta Technical Assistant Made Indrawan Field Assistant Kadek Arya Darma Saputra Administration Assistant Wayan Wijaya Ocularist Ketut Wardika Vehicles Coordinator Gede Fiska Aryasa Nurse Reditya Indah Bidari Kusuma Nurse I Putu Ardy Pranata Utama Nurse

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