SurfAid is an international development organisation that is dedicated to enriching lives, and increasing people’s choices and possibilities for realising their potential. SurfAid contributes to the efforts of communities to nurture positive change, and ensure local ownership so changes can be sustained well beyond the life of the project.
Max Biocare has contributed to building community gardens in Pulau Sumba, a remote community in Indonesia, where there is little or no food security. This project helps the community by:
- Creating food security
- Educating the population in agricultural practices
- Providing social support
- Providing financial support, where locals can sell excess produce at markets
The contribution also creates the possibility for maternal and child health worker training, and scales for weighing babies to detect incidence of malnutrition. For more information about SurfAid, visit their website.
Max Biocare participates in various social contribution activities to help local communities in developing countries make positive change. Our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activities focus in the areas of healthcare and education.