We are committed to the development of effective in-country partnerships among organizations, groups, and individuals who deliver services to communities of need. We help to structure sustainable community and program development for a wide range of partners.
We connect resource to need. We work to showcase the needs of communities and draw greater attention to the plight of the underserved. We bring organizations together to share their resources and knowledge.
We believe local, in-country healthcare providers are the best people to take care of their own communities. To this end, we always partners with local clinicians and organizations to provide evidence-based, collaborative health and human services.
Pediatricians know that coordination and advocacy work. What happens, however, when we are faced with complex cases in conditions that are nontraditional and prohibitively difficult? We all have faced these situations in practice in the United States. For our team, the problem came into sharper focus while working overseas. The American Academy of Pediatrics’ policy […]
The Ebola crisis impacting Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea has a number of lessons to offer everyone working in global health. Perhaps the most important of these lessons is that of resource allocation. Much of the impact of Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) in West Africa can be directly contributed to poor health services infrastructure. This […]
HBI is in the middle of a massive growth phase. We have seen our programs take off in 2014. With all of this growth, we are also in need of fundraising. As such, we will be reaching out to donors and critical stakeholders to help us fund our key programs. Training for doctors, nurses and […]
It is amazing how much is going on with HBI. We have so many wonderful programs in various stages of implementation. Tonight, my last night in Lima after a whirlwind trip that included delivering six 2-hour trainings over 3-days (poor Carmen is so tired of translating for me; she did a fantastic job) to homeless […]