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Indigenous Health Solutions, Inc.

Org #45003
Vetted since 2017
2017
year founded
$28,905
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Indigenous Health Solutions is a trans-disciplinary collective of pioneers driven by a passion for service to the Earth, and the poorest and most remote communities on it. Through the lens of planetary health, where shifts in natural systems are prioritized in examination of human health, experts in conservation, health, anthropology, and business come together with those in need to craft and implement culturally informed and community led solutions for development. Our programs are built upon the foundational principle that development must be indigenous, that is, planned in partnership with those in need and rooted in the place of delivery, reflecting practical awareness of the interconne... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Andy Carmone
Andy Carmone
Sarthak Das
Sarthak Das
Team
Shakti Fleisher, Nicole Demosky
Organization Information
176 Canada Village Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
United States
857-939-6499
Organization Information
176 Canada Village Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
United States
857-939-6499

Project Reports

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Sep 10, 2019
Forest families update
Because of the extreme remoteness of the Ankave people –two to three days walk from the nearest town with infrastructure such as electricity or running water, having a Community Health Worker...
May 6, 2019
Rocket Stoves Taking Off!
Rocket Stoves Taking Off & Over 1000 Health Patient Visits to the Clinic over 7 Days! Since our last report in early 2019, Indigenous Health Solutions (IHS) has made excellent progress in...
Feb 1, 2019
Still cookin'
The Suowi Ankave are people of the forest; they use bark to make the cloth they use as blankets at night and covering in the day, they hunt game under the canopy, they place newborn babies in their...
 
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