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.
As part of the United Nations (UN) Development Program’s Millennium Project, the UN, World Health Organization, and multiple other international institutions have been working on Millennium Development Goal 4: Reduce by two-thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the under-five mortality rate. To this end, in collaboration with the Peruvian Ministry of Health, HBI is expanding its Neonatal Resuscitation Training […]
HBI is expanding its Neonatal Resuscitation Training Programs (NRP) to a growing number of medical professionals throughout Peru. Worldwide nearly 4 million newborns die each year, largely from preventable causes. A million of these souls perish because of neonatal asphyxia: ineffective breathing around the time of birth. Simple, inexpensive equipment and training can prevent these […]
As part of our annual community development and international clinical training projects in the Arequipa region, HBI Project and Nursing Coordinator, Karen Falkenstein, Father Alex Busuttil of the Mission of Alto Cayma, and nursing students from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh undertook an evaluation of an on-going community nursing care coordination program. The community of Alto […]