John Fawcett Foundation

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The John Fawcett Foundation "works in cooperation with Indonesian Provincial and district governments to conduct its humanitarian programs, working exclusively with the poor and offering its services free of charge.

"The Foundation grew out of a number of Rotary projects established by its namesake, John Fawcett, in Bali, and is best known for its Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention Project, incorporating the Mobile Eye Clinic for Cataract Surgery...

"The Foundation is totally dependent on donations for the funding of its projects. It has also been supported by the Australian Government through AusAID and the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, as well as Rotary International and Rotary Australia and many other organizations and companies." [1]

The foundations Indonesian counterpart is Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia.


Accessed November 2008: [2]

Council of Governors

Executive Board

Ex Officio



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  1. What we do, John Fawcett Foundation, accessed November 25, 2008.
  2. Teams, John Fawcett Foundation, accessed November 25, 2008.