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We Go Beyond

Project Horizon uses research methods that are based on dignity and mutual respect.
We include community members as equals in our research projects and design interventions
together with our community partners. Our findings help us understand the connection between
poverty, ethnicity and poor health. Our aim is to change the conditions of life in impoverished
neighborhoods. With hands-on research we see eye-to-eye with the community and we aim to
empower the people we serve.

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