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Sitting on giant blue plastic tarps to protect from the ever-damp ground, I was among about 100 villagers in the chief's front yard, gathered to watch two new short films about to be projected onto a giant white sheet strung across the front porch. The films, about the relationship between human and environmental health and how the villages could benefit by taking care of both, starred some of their neighbors.
I was really nervous. I had produced and directed these films. Read More
2013 has been a big year for Health In Harmony and our project partner ASRI! We are deeply grateful for all you, our supporters, have made possible this year. Check out our highlights:
Guest blog by Josh Fleming
So what is ASRI? I find myself contemplating this question upon arriving back home from my time spent away. Trying to properly convey to myself or furthermore others not having been a witness to the beauty and scope of ASRI, is no simple feat in itself. It is hard to easily define and put into words ASRI’s full magnitude and the breadth of complexities of this intricately designed program, but I wish to be so bold and try to articulate the essence of what I believe ASRI to be in my most humble opinion.
Crossing the tarmac at Ketapang’s outpost airport, I am momentarily caught in a gulp of sadness. I follow my traveling companions Nichol Simpson (Health In Harmony’s Development Director) and Toni Gorog, Ph.D. (Health In Harmony’s Program Director) on board the 138-passenger Aviastar Airbus to "Fly Safe and Comfort" back to Jakarta where twenty-one hours later and a time zone or two, we’ll reach our homes in Oregon and California where winter awaits. My sadness is not because I’ve gathered up a ring of new friendships I wistfully leave behind, though that has happened, but because I know in the deep well of my heart that I’ve stepped across an invisible threshold and will never be the same again even though I know I don’t completely know how so -- yet.