Vision and Scope

 

HCI’s vision is not utopian but very practical; our beliefs materialize into fieldwork, our convictions into palpable results. HCI utilizes a set of concrete and effective approaches, from small-scale to large-scale interventions, from the institutional to the humane.

The most vulnerable – regardless of color, race, religion, and gender – need constant and unconditional support. HCI attempts to provide that kind of support in a compassionate and dignified manner, support that first comes as a form of help, and that paves a way for the people’s eventual autonomy.

Poverty is undoubtedly one of the obstacles that are the hardest to break. HCI, through several activities and interventions, contributes to poverty alleviation, hopefully bettering the socio-economic life for disadvantaged groups.

It is a well-known fact that holistic programs are among the most effective development approaches. That is why HCI develops targeted, cost-effective, sustainable, tailored, and pro-poor programs. Long-term development is one of our key participatory approaches.

We also ensure fostering self-reliance, self-directness, peaceful coexistence, pluralism, gender equality, tolerance and non-violence.

Progress is not always easy. HCI helps strengthen the capacity of individuals, organizations, institutions and community groups to bring change from within.

HCI always aims to maintain high standards in the design and delivery of its initiatives, particularly in the areas of transparency, accountability, and equal opportunities.

Sustainable relief and support needs not only a solid structure, but also strong human resources. HCI brings together a multi-disciplinary regional team of exceptionally talented and dedicated development professionals supported by a well seasoned pool of regional experts.

Furthermore, HCI assembles a quality network of local, regional and international partners to enhance the scope and capacity of our programs, which incorporate community groups, NGOs, donors, foundations, research institutes, universities, and private sector associates.

Perhaps the most important strength we possess is our commitment to innovation, excellence, professionalism and appropriateness.

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