The Kim Integrated Health Management initiative (KIHMI) designs sustainable social solutions to improve the general well-being of communities affected by orphan and rare diseases, using local resources and collaborative alliances with in-country and international governments and organizations.

We are committed to developing self-sustainable communities by actively engaging with the communities utilizing a Do-No-Harm methodology.  This methodology has four focus areas to improve social well-being in underserved and vulnerable communities: Health and Wellbeing, Infrastructure and Housing, Communication and Education, and Solidarity Economy and Sustainability.