IHS understands that collaboration is key to achieving sustainable impact. To this end, we actively engage in linkage and networking activities, forming partnerships with local stakeholders, non-governmental organizations, and government agencies.

These collaborative efforts facilitate the exchange of knowledge, resources, and expertise, ensuring that our food security and livelihood programs are more effective and sustainable. By working in tandem with local partners and stakeholders, IHS enhances its ability to make a positive impact on the lives of those we serve.

We believe that collective efforts are essential to addressing the complex challenges faced by crisis-affected and disadvantaged communities. Through linkage and networking, IHS builds a network of support that extends beyond immediate relief, fostering long-term resilience and self-sufficiency.