Ending Workplace TB

Programmes & Projects Ending Workplace TB Tuberculosis (TB) is the world’s deadliest infectious disease –killing 1.5 million people in 2018, more than HIV/AIDS and malaria deaths combined. Of the 10 million new cases of TB, only 7 million were diagnosed, meaning that 3 million people with TB each year go unaccounted for. Many of these “missing millions” are in their

Zero TB

Programmes & Projects Zero TB We have partnered with local stakeholders, such as Yogyakarta City Government and Yogyakarta Provincial Health Office in a pilot programme called ZeroTB Yogyakarta in 2019, to screen adults and children boarding schools. A total of 900 screenings and 865 X-rays were completed.

World TB Day

Programmes & Projects World TB Day 2020 To commemorate World TB Day and as part of Fullerton Health’s “Ending Workplace TB” initiative launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2020, Fullerton Health Indonesia started a TB-screening program on 9-20 March 2020 for all employees based in Jakarta. This screening aimed to assist government program/initiative to end workplace TB.

Implementor Partner for MoH TB Screening

Programmes & Projects Implementor Partner for MoH TB Screening Since 2019, Fullerton Health Indonesia has been the appointed Implementor Partner by Indonesia’s Ministry of Health (MoH) for TB screening, covering a population of 150,000 people across high-risk population groups in factories, boarding schools and prisons. President Joko Widodo launched the Ministry of Health’s event “Gerakan Bersama Menuju Eliminasi TBC 2030”

Tantang TB Project (Indonesia)

Programmes & Projects Tantang TB Project (Indonesia) The project was developed in support of The Global Fund and the Indonesian government’s goal to eliminate tuberculosis by 2030. In 2018, Fullerton Health Foundation partnered with The Global Fund to successfully pilot the Tantang Tuberculosis Project, with the goal of increasing detection of tuberculosis in Indonesia. Through the use of mobile screening

Eradicating TB in Indonesia

Programmes & Projects Eradicating TB in Indonesia Indonesia is the second highest burden country in the world for tuberculosis (TB), and TB is the fourth largest cause of death in the country. There are about one million people in Indonesia who are infected with TB every year. With treatment, TB is curable, and that is why Fullerton Health Foundation advocates

Access to Healthcare for All

Programmes & Projects Access to Healthcare for All Project Big Heart (PBH) Fullerton Health Foundation started hosting an annual event, Project Big Heart, which was started in 2015 in Singapore. We look to address gaps in the community, specifically for the elderly and disadvantaged. Mobilising internal resource, volunteers and partnering community groups, this project brings free medical consultations, treatment for

Nurturing Next-Gen Changemakers

Programmes & Projects Awardees and their families at our Dinner & Dance in 2019. Nurturing Next-Gen Changemakers The Fullerton Health Foundation Bursary Study Award reflects the mission of the Foundation when it was incorporated in 2015 – to improve the lives of the underprivileged by making healthcare and education in Asia Pacific more affordable and accessible. Following the inauguration of


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