An Eye Opening Exhibition by MSF Indonesia

Remember this famous saying by Stephen Hawking: “I have noticed that people who claim everything is predestined, and we can do nothing to change it, look both ways before crossing the road” Reading this quote, quickly remind us on MSF Indonesia, MSF was founded in 1971 in Paris by a group of journalists and doctors. Today, MSF is worldwide movement of more than 67,000 people.



Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) translates to Doctors without Borders. Providing medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare. Their actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality. So basically MSF is a non-profit, self-governed, member-based organization, and they have expanded to Indonesia @msf_Indonesia, and has serve almost 70 countries that has limit access to healthcare.



MARK THE DATE! From 18 – 22 September 2019 at MRT station Bundaran HI, MSF Indonesia held one exclusive Photo Exhibition: Aksi Kemanusiaan Tanpa Batas and it’s FREE for everyone! This is such a good opportunity for us to learn more about MSF Indonesia and actually this is an eye opening experience, like all these time we are living in the other side of the world that has all these modern facilities, luxurious shopping malls, easy access to modern and fully equipped hospitals (but we still complain much about the things we have now eh? Even if it’s already more than enough for us), While on the other side of the world, there are places that are experiencing the worst.



Aksi Kemanusiaan Tanpa Batas Features major humanitarian crises throughout the world and the faces of dedicated Indonesian professionals who have contributed their expertise in the humanitarian response through MSF in other countries. The photos present MSF”s efforts on the Ebola response, about migrants and refugees, Search and Rescue (SAR – in the Mediterranean Sea), conflict in Gaza, MSF Access Campaign for drug campaigns and MSF programs in Indonesia.



Furthermore, There are also installations such as Ebola center: small visuals at Ebola treatment center in Africa, Virtual Reality (VR) SAR, Access Campaign corner showing pill jewelry, and visitors can wear those jewelry and take selfies to support MSF campaigns and. Also notice there information about Tuberculosis and snake bites, and more. During the exhibition, there will also be additional events such as film screenings about refugee stories, talk shows about adolescent health, and book launches.



Last but not least, The public can also see that the Jakarta MRT has a vision to become one of the world- class transportation operations where activities like this are commonly carried out at MRT stations in developed countries, Jakarta MRT opens thousands of opportunities for organizing the idea of ​​new events at the Jakarta MRT station so that people get new experiences.



WHEN : 18 – 22 SEPTEMBER 2019
IG Account : @msf_indonesia

Post a Comment

You don't have permission to register