HRI’s programs aim to improve overall child, family, and community well-being. We utilize an inclusive, participatory community approach that strives to meet the most critical needs of today, while also building a strong foundation for a sustainable, better future.
Our process working with communities almost always begins with the immediate health and nutritional needs of the most vulnerable – specifically children. We also know that in order to truly solve the problem of childhood hunger, stunting and extreme vulnerability we must address the root causes of poverty and food insecurity, as well as serious chronic health issues, violence, exploitation and the environment. Our programs are designed to work together to adequately address these critical issues and others in collaboration with youth, families, and community leaders. HRI strives to accomplish this through culturally informed approaches that encourage self-sufficient, productive communities with actively engaged citizens.
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