Category Archives: KHSI

Capacity Building from a Global Perspective

Originally posted on Keystone Human Services’ website “The welfare of all of us is vested in the welfare of each of us.” This is a powerful sentence embedded within our vision statement, and one which brings with it great responsibility, … Continue reading

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The Road to Community-Based Services for Children in Kazakhstan

Post by Charlie Hooker, President and CEO of Keystone Human Services International Originally posted on KHSI’s website In November 2014, Keystone Human Services International Moldova Association (Keystone Moldova) was recognized by UNICEF Moldova as a Child Rights Champion for their … Continue reading

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Advancing the Rights of Children and Adults with Disabilities: The Charter of Principles and Commitments

Keystone is committed to advancing the rights of children and adults with disabilities. Through innovation and best practices, we are supporting community-based systems of care and advocating changes in public policy. As service providers, advocates, and change agents, we ensure … Continue reading

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A Word from the President and CEO

Originally published on KHSI’s website People often ask why we support children and families in Moldova when there are so many children in our own backyard that need help. This is always an interesting question because Keystone Human Services does … Continue reading

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Healing from the Beslan School No. 1 Tragedy Continues

At the School on Kominterna Street, children, their parents, and teachers happily join in the festivities celebrating the first day of school. With so many smiles, it’s hard to believe that just across the street, in the gym of the … Continue reading

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The Beginnings of Inclusive Education in Russia

Inclusive education is a key part of building an inclusive society, where people with disabilities are accepted and welcomed into the community. Children with and without disabilities benefit from inclusive classrooms. In Russia, inclusive education has received a lot of … Continue reading

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Moldovan Professionals Learn to Support People with Disabilities through Supported Employment

On March 4-6, 2013, twenty professionals from the Republic of Moldova attended a course on Supported Employment, part of the ongoing support and technical assistance provided by Keystone Human Services International (KHSI) through a grant from the Open Society Foundations. … Continue reading

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