The need for Tribal Survival

For over 150 million tribal people living in more than 60 countries worldwide.

We reach the uncontacted tribes across the globe

That's 150 million tribal people living in more than 60 countries worldwide

We provide modern medical aid

Some of the diseases are easily treatable with basic medication

We encourage to retain traditions

We believe it's extremly important to keep indigenous culture and traditions

Our vision

Help without expectations

Tribal Survival offers Western medicine and healthcare at no cost and with no strings attached. Our charity actively encourages the retention and celebration of indigenous culture and traditions.

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Expedition
Expeditions

Discovery, expedition, help

We take Western doctors to spend time with remote indigenous communities and provide medical treatment.
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There are over 150 million tribal people living in more than 60 countries worldwide. Of these, at least 70 ‘uncontacted’ tribes continue to live with little or no interaction with outsiders. The aim of Tribal Survival is to promote the health and wellbeing of remote indigenous people across the globe. At the same time, we encourage tribes to retain their traditional way of life. This, we believe, will help to ensure that indigenous traditions, languages and cultures are preserved.

Who are we?

The Tribal Survival team

The medical expeditions would only be possible as a joint effort of our trustees and medical experts.

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Tribal Survival supports endangered tribes in Asia, South America and Africa, with a focus on those in Indonesia.

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