Our impact since 2006
youth off the streets
health workers trained
You make it possible for us to continue driving long-term impact and realizing our vision for a world where every child can attain the healthy future they deserve.
With your support, we are building the structures and pathways to help change the lives of over 150 million children living in homelessness, abandonment, foster care, and residential programs around the world. We are researching and developing culturally and linguistically appropriate models that can be adapted to any child-welfare environment in Perú, Latin America, and the rest of the world.
Our partnerships with NGOs, faith-based institutions, and other child welfare organizations these past 25 years put us in a unique position to help strengthen Perú’s social structures and healthcare systems serving children and families. Here’s the work we’ve done so far.
2022 was a year of transformation for HBI, characterized by renewed focus, fruitful relationships, and learning. Working in collaboration with our staff and partners, we are developing a model that will empower children and families across Perú with access to quality caregiving and medical treatment through our Centers of Excellence (CoE).
2021 was another year of great growth and tremendous change. We made huge strides in refining our focus and clarifying our ‘end-game.’ We continued to be honored to work with such amazing partners and in-country change leaders.
2020 changed the world, urging our team to adapt, grow, and serve in ways we’ve never done before. Deeper collaborations helped our team and partners persevere in serving the most vulnerable, and new strategies to build more resilient communities emerged.
A year of big wins – from acquiring the management and development of homes for formerly abandoned and homeless children, to the continual refinement of our NRP train-the-trainer program, this year created big impact.
This year brought in 3,000+ donors that enabled us to invest almost $3 million toward providing evidence-based training on emergency medicine, trauma-informed care, early childhood attachment and security, and CPR for physicians, nurses, and midwives.
2017 paved the road towards becoming an organization that develops models for service delivery to underserved women and children, and linking these models to pathways for growth, progress, and expansion.
2016 was the year we celebrated our 10th anniversary as a non-governmental organization. We created some of the most innovative programs for working with marginalized populations in Latin America and shaped opportunities for future generations of change agents.