We seek to live out our values of sustainability and cultural competency. To achieve this, HFK dedicates its efforts to an attainable and permanent strategy through our partnership with KGHC. All HFK programs are administered through KGHC and through them, we employ approximately 40 Ethiopian staff. Many of these staff live within the Korah community. They include a program manager, social workers, community development workers, nurses, income generation specialist, tutors, teachers, caregivers, daycare nannies, cleaners, cooks, and guards.
All that we do centers around holistic care and the process of transformational development, which we believe can impact the entire community through respecting the inherent worth of each person being made in God’s image and empowering them physically, psychologically, economically, socially, and spiritually.