Community & Partner Led. 7 Elements of Human Security Focused.
The 7 Elements of Human Security are defined by the United Nations as: Economic, Environmental, Food, Health, Political, Personal and Community. We design projects and initiatives with our partners that holistically address these areas of Human Security.
Our goal is to immerse students in hands on educational opportunities and empower our partner communities to continue interventions that improve daily life in the Dominican Republic, Belize and Peru.
We address the following Human Security Issues with our Projects:
- Bee Boxes | Economic, Environment
- Bottle Houses | Environment, Personal, Health, Economic
- Bottle Bathrooms | Environment, Health
- Cement Floors | Health
- Clean-burning Stoves | Health
- Community Greenhouses | Environment, Food, Health, Economic
- Community Sports Facilities | Community, Health
- Community Water Tank | Health
- Reforestation of Native Habitat | Environment
Our News & Announcements
Program Development with the Yanesha in Peru: Exploring indigenous culture to better understand Human Security Program Operations Manager, Marie MacDonald, spends a month in Peru to build relationships with local partners and prepare 2020 7e programs. Last week our...
Follow one of our newest partners, the University of Southern Mississippi, and their week long adventure in Belize! University of Southern Mississippi Chapter in Belize August 16 - 23, 2019 August 16, 2019 - Arrival DayUniversity of Southern...
Follow our 7e adventures in Peru this August 1-15th with our Program Director Ben O'Hanlon and our South Eugene High School Chapter. Follow their journey in Peru with the Yanesha people as they study Human Security and agricultural initiatives and beautiful cultural...
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