ICEHA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization providing relief and assistance in conflict and post-conflict areas.
Since our infancy, ICEHA has been committed to producing sustainable results through locally tailored programs aimed at eradicating hunger and abuse. One size does NOT fit all, when it comes to creating solutions. That's why we have built a strong team of credible individuals and organizations around the world.
ICEHA's 4-Core Model is a path to self-sufficiency
1. Intervention: Assist individuals to safety, provide emergency care, food, water, solar lighting, temporary housing and'
2. Rehabilitation: Counseling, medical care, therapeutic art programs, and other necessaries so individuals can progress
3. Education: Teacher salaries, classroom supplies, curricula, books, healthy snacks, technical and job skills training,
computers, college scholarships, teacher training
4. Prevention: Entrepreneurship training and Development Programs - including livestock, farming, tailoring and other
small businesses; Community empowerment and sustained mentoring programs
ICEHA is unique because all of our programs created to address the root causes of the challenges our clients face day-to-day, with the intended consequence of preventing the perpetuation of those challenges into future generations. Some of the root causes include poverty, lack of education, crime, oppression, and species and gender based violence.
Every program is locally tailored and designed with the input of individuals and local community leaders to create relevant, long-term, sustainable, and systemic change in the lives of those we assist as well as their communities.
ICEHA focuses on helping individuals quickly move from the need for emergency aid to independence and self-sufficiency. We develop
locally tailored, sustainable programs to assist those individuals who have been ignored or forgotten by large humanitarian aid organizations. And unlike the larger organizations, ICEHA stays until the work is done.
Following our 4-core model of development, we have experienced tremendous progress with our programs and are now teaching many communities how to create and maintain their own models of self-sufficiency. Of course, we are there to assist them as they embark on their own new journeys.
In addition to our collaboration and program implementation, we provide training to key members of the community so they can organize their own public outreach efforts and raise funds to assure long-term sustainable progress and development.