“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller
Guided by the legacy of our namesake and co-founder, Helen Keller International is committed to learning what works best, and to sharing what we learn with others, so that we may advance the field of global health and achieve greater outcomes for the vulnerable and disadvantaged people we serve.
HKI prides itself on the quality and rigor of our work in combating the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition through programs based on evidence and research.
In these pages, we are pleased to share a key selection of HKI-affiliated publications — including peer reviewed articles, books and training materials, and research or program briefs prepared by HKI staff — that summarize what we’ve learned over many years as a leader in eye health, nutrition and neglected tropical disease programs.
We have also come to appreciate the vital importance of addressing gender equality in our field programs and invite to you to learn more about our exciting work in this area.