A FLOATING HOSPITAL BARGE
FOR INDONESIA'S REMOTE ISLANDS

Our Story

In 2009, dr. Lie Dharmawan, SpB, SpBTKV (Founder of doctorSHARE) sold a house in order to build the solution to the probem our fellow Indonesians face - he built the smallest floating hospital boat with the purpose of reaching Indonesia’s most remote-islands; providing and performing free medical interventions to families who otherwise will not be saved or treated.

2009

Kei Islands: Dr. Lie saves Susanti's life after she and her mother sail for 3 days and 2 nights for an emergency operation.

2009

Jakarta: Actively providing free healthcare since 2003, doctorSHARE is officially founded in 2009

2009

Therapeutic Feeding Centre (TFC) first established, located on the island of Kei Besar, Southeast Maluku, Maluku province.

2013

The first medical service using the boat to Pulau Panggang, Kepulauan Seribu, DKI Jakarta

2015

Flying Doctors program begins with the focus of serving the community in the interior mountainous region of Papua.

2015

PT MASA donates the accommodations oil barge to doctorSHARE

WHY INDONESIA

With 260 million people spread across the world’s largest archipelago of 17,000 islands, Indonesia faces a unique challenge - unequal distribution of infrastructure. Some Indonesians, particularly in remote islands, have to travel for days to just to reach a doctor.

260

MILLION PEOPLE

1 : 1625

DOCTOR-PATIENT RATIO

27,721

DOCTORS IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL

1,796

DOCTORS IN REMOTE ISLANDS OF MALUKU

OUR NEEDS

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