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Health in Harmony presentation template


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We created this PowerPoint template for Health in Harmony — a group that works to provide quality health care to people in remote regions of the world in return for implementing sustainable practices that protect the environment.

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Health in Harmony presentation template

  1. 1. Working for a healthy planet with healthy people Health In Harmony
  2. 2. We all share one basic human need No matter who we are or where we live, we all need affordable, quality healthcare
  3. 3. Meet So and So • He cut down 60 trees to pay for a C-section • He lives near a rain forest in Borneo • A relative needed an emergency C-section, but he couldn’t afford it • Pak cut down 60 rain forest trees to raise the money
  4. 4. Gunung Palung National Park
  5. 5. This rain forest includes incredible, beautiful biodiversity — and many of the world’s remaining orangutans A unique, vibrant ecosystem
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  7. 7. Natural allies,living side by side People living near the park have a deep reverence for the rain forest, and 99% wanted to protect it
  8. 8. Borneo’s villagers lack access to affordable healthcare, so many choose illegal logging to pay for care Painful choices,major consequences
  9. 9. Doing so compromises long-term well-being — for both villagers and environment Cutting Forest
  10. 10. • Threatened watersheds • Spread of malaria- carrying mosquitoes • Shrinking habitats and biodiversity • Increasing forest fires and air pollution • Global warming More than 50% of Borneo’s rain forest has been logged since 1985, contributing to:
  11. 11. We saw a way to help the people of Borneo … and their threatened ecosystem
  12. 12. We started with a focus on deforestation in Gunung Palung National Park We wanted to protect Borneo’s unique orangutan habitat
  13. 13. We practiced “radical listening” 400 hours’worth
  14. 14. We visited every village around the park We asked why villagers logged in the park — and what it would take for them to stop
  15. 15. Villagers told us that when medical crises happen, their only choice is logging to pay for care What we learned
  16. 16. Villagers also wanted to learn about organic farming as a new income source What we learned
  17. 17. We began providing affordable, quality health care for villagers We introduced a new, holistic model
  18. 18. No one is ever turned away We accept cash and non-cash payment options
  19. 19. Discount 0% Outsiders 30% Logging villages 50% Sharply-reduced logging villages 70% Non-logging villages We offer incentives NOT to log
  20. 20. We also train villagers in more sustainable income sources, including organic farming
  21. 21. Women play key roles in household survival, so we train them in basic business management skills and how to be financially independent Increasing our impact by empowering women
  22. 22. Our multi-faceted progress
  23. 23. We’ve helped lower infant deaths per 100 households* * key indicator of community health
  24. 24. We’ve reduced logging … and reforested more than 93 acres of the national park
  25. 25. We’ve protected over 2,000 orangutans — 10% of Borneo’s population Our amazing cousins can once again traverse the park
  26. 26. We’ve treated over 70,000 patients in our clinic
  27. 27. We’ve helped over 1,000 logging households transition to more sustainable livelihoods We provide high quality, affordable care
  28. 28. We saved Yosef’s child from tuberculosis He later became a Forest Guardian, and his village became “green”
  29. 29. We cured Nur of a severe case of scabies • Her family had already spent $500 on ineffective drugs • We treated and cured her for $2
  30. 30. • From 2007 to 2012, logging households decreased by 68% • Today, only 160 individuals continue to log in the park A dramatic decrease in logging
  31. 31. We’ve helped over 1,000 logging households transition to more sustainable livelihoods We’re changing the status quo
  32. 32. What non-logging households are doing now Working for a company Making palm oil Fishing Construction Merchants Wood-related jobs 52% Farming
  33. 33. Now let’s talk globally
  34. 34. They function like the “lungs” of our planet, absorbing massive amounts of CO2 Did you know rain forests are essential to our planet’s health?
  35. 35. Protecting rain forests slows global climate change Deforestation accounts for 18% of all global warming emissions Deforestation 18% Power 18% Transportation 14% Agriculture 14% Industry 14% Buildings 8% Other Related Energy 5% Waste 3%
  36. 36. More painful choices Families all over the world face the same difficult choice: short-term survival or long- term wellbeing
  37. 37. One planet, one health The decisions they make impact our shared planet … and your health
  38. 38. What if we could help protect rain forests in other parts of the world? • We’ve seen that by listening to communities, real change can happen • We have a bigger vision – one that spans the whole planet
  39. 39. We can’t wait for governments alone to solve this They are slow to act… and often don’t recognize the problem in the first place
  40. 40. We are poised to replicate our model elsewhere • Near-term goal: working with local communities in Papua and Madagascar • To expand in other communities, we need additional support
  41. 41. About Health In Harmony • Founded in 2005, working in Borneo since 2007 • All but one of our 106 employees are Indonesians, and most leaders are women • We’re fast and agile – and not bogged down by bureaucracy • Featured on NPR, Huffington Post Live, Voice of America, NewsHour, The Lancet, Sierra Magazine, O Magazine, and TEDx
  42. 42. • 25-year dedication to the health of humans and orangutans • Winner of Ashoka Social Entre- preneur Fellowship and Rainer Arnhold Fellow through Mulago Foundation Founder Kinari Webb, MD
  43. 43. • Joined Health In Harmony in 2017 • Worked for 15 years at Save the Children and Doctors Without Borders • Managed programs and services in Africa and India addressing conflict, hunger, natural disasters and disease Executive Director Jonathan Jennings
  44. 44. We have been recognized by and partner with: • Arcus Foundation, USFWS, Ford Foundation, Disney Conservation Fund, others • Yale, Stanford, University of Rochester • The Lancet, BBC, Planetary Health Alliance, New York Times, Mongabay • “Health In Harmony is the most innovative conservation initiative I’ve ever encountered.” — Rhett Butler, founder of Mongabay The world is listening
  45. 45. Our community-led solutions: • Improve health care for people in Borneo • Save rain forest and protect orangutans • Empower local women to become financially independent • Improve household and community economies • Can slow climate change, thanks to our replicable model
  46. 46. We’re one of few organizations practicing: • Radical listening • Holistic, community- driven solutions • Data-driven decisionmaking • Nimble, scalable strategies
  47. 47. How you can help • Start a monthly donation at $25 or more by visiting • Volunteer your services (communication, fundraising, international development, legal matters, photography/vide- ography, etc.) • Connect us with possible partners who can help us provide more services
  48. 48. • Stay connected on social media: @HealthInHarmonyNGO • Learn more by visiting our website:
  49. 49. Thank you. Questions?