From the very beginning the goal of Innovative Humanitarian Solutions, Inc. has been to discover and meet humanitarian needs in ways that build an individual’s and a country’s personal dignity and worth. Innovative Humanitarian Solutions works through partnerships with individuals, organizations and government agencies who desire to make a genuine difference in the lives of people.
IHS-Somaliland is a part of the work of IHS-International (innovativehs.net). The home office is located in Pearland, Texas, USA and under the direction of Jerry Squyres, email@example.com. The staff of the Somaliland office, located in Hargeisa, includes Solomon Tekleab Teshome & Mohamed Ibrahim Qalinle.
Additional offices are located in Ethiopia and Nepal.
Solomon Tekleab Teshome
Mohamed Ibrahim Qalinle
Public Relations Coordinator
Our Story: Since 2003
Innovative Humanitarian Solutions was founded July 1, 2003 as a result of humanitarian opportunities in Iraq. A book bag factory was established to provide free book bags for school children and jobs for the people of Iraq. A short time later a container of medical equipment was shipped.
From this small beginning Innovative Humanitarian Solutions has grown to include projects in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Morocco, Nepal, Pakistan, Sudan, Somaliland and Greece…and the expansion continues wherever the need is identified and the provision mobilized.
Donations to IHS
Innovative Humanitarian Solutions, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization. Therefore, all gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Contributions are solicited with the understanding that Innovative Humanitarian Solutions has complete control over the use of all donated funds. The Board-approved policy is that all gifts designated for a specific project be applied to that project with no more than ten percent used for administrative and/or fundraising expenses. If more contributions are received for a specific project than can be reasonably applied to that project, those additional contributions shall be redistributed, at the discretion of the Board of Directors and staff person related to the project.
The opportunities include:
- work in refugee camps,
- elementary school education,
- clean water projects,
- safe home for survivors of human trafficking,
- leadership training.
If you have interest in working on one of these opportunities, with a particular people group, visiting a particular “closed” country, and/or traveling at a particular time of the year, please contact us to get involved.