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.
Ruth – February 2015 How do you care for medically fragile children in resource poor environments where educational attainment and economic viability are very low? This is a question that Health Bridges International (HBI) has been wrestling with for years. In response to this compelling question, HBI developed The Ines Project for Medically Fragile Children. […]
04 November 2014: The past few days have been a total whirlwind. On Thursday we had an outreach project in a very impoverished community high on the road to Lake Llanganuco in Yungay. The school, a true model for other public schools in Peru, included primary and secondary grades (K-12). The total student population was […]
31 October 2014: On Friday, October 31, Health Bridges International signed a historic 5-year agreement with the Peruvian National College of Obstetrics. It is the first agreement between a U.S. based non-governmental organization and Peruvian professional association. The convenio (Memorandum of Agreement) with the National College of Obstetrics is to provide training and consultation on the […]
29 October 2014: Standing in Daisy’s home was overwhelming. The stench was powerful. Dirty clothes hung from a makeshift line in the middle of the one room hut. There was no running water, no bathroom, and no electricity. Rather – a dirt floor, a single bed and a small table covered with discarded papers was […]