Poised for Expansion

We are launching a campaign to build a full-service Community Health and Training Center at ASRI.

Today, the ASRI Clinic is crowded far beyond capacity. Patients have long waiting times for treatment, and in some cases must return another day. Moreover, the clinic lacks facilities to treat more serious injuries and emergencies, or to provide simple surgeries and inpatient care.

hospital model

 

By expanding ASRI’s health services and sustainable alternative livelihood trainings, the new health center will help us take the next step forward in eliminating a significant driver of illegal logging in the National Park rainforest.

The small building where ASRI's clinic is currently housed, and the overcrowded waiting room. We need more space!

The small building where ASRI's clinic is currently housed, and the overcrowded waiting room. We need more space!

The building will also provide space for training people from all over the world for replicating this successful model. We are currently evaluating the Raja Ampat region of Indonesian Papua as our next site.

The ASRI project is a model for effective community-based conservation.

This may be our most important moment since our founding.

Will you join us in making this Center a reality?

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About Kelsey Hartman | View all posts by Kelsey Hartman

Kelsey is the Communications and Marketing Associate at Health In Harmony, based in Portland, OR.