Pan American Development Foundation

Pan American Development Foundation The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) believes in creating a hemisphere of opportunity, for all. Created in 1962 through a unique agreement between the Organization of American States (OAS) and the private sector, the Pan American Development Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization 501(c)(3) that creates public-private partnerships to assist the least advantaged people in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Working throughout the region, PADF engages community-based groups, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), national, state, and municipal governments, and the private sector in the process of implementing appropriate solutions for sustainable development.

Mission: The Pan American Development Foundation empowers disadvantaged people and communities in Latin America and the Caribbean to achieve sustainable economic and social progress, strengthen their communities and civil society, and prepare for and respond to natural disasters and other humanitarian crises, thereby advancing the principles of the Organization of the American States.

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Earlier this month, we held a health brigade in coordination with Profamilia Colombia to support underweight Venezuelan ...
02/25/2021

Earlier this month, we held a health brigade in coordination with Profamilia Colombia to support underweight Venezuelan children in Maicao, Colombia. Through this, we were able to provide critical primary care to vulnerable children living near the Colombia-Venezuela border.

Thank you to the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration for making this work possible! 🤝

02/24/2021

Since last year, #PADF has been partnering w/ IAMovement to provide sustainable livelihood opportunities for indigenous #Warao women who fled from #Venezuela to the southern region of Trinidad & Tobago.

Here, Warao women are engaged in dynamic handicraft training sessions as well as business development and gender-based violence prevention workshops. Through this project, Warao women learn new weaving techniques, build connections to the local market via the “House of Vetiver” brand, and maintain the growth of new plants through a community-based nursery, thereby improving their quality of life in their new communities.

Throughout February, we’ve shared the great work our team does to support refugees and migrants throughout Latin America...
02/23/2021
PADF - Openings

Throughout February, we’ve shared the great work our team does to support refugees and migrants throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Now’s your chance to join #ONEPADF as we seek an energetic and passionate Project Director for an anticipated U.S. Department of State-funded project focused on assisting Venezuelans in Aruba and Curaçao.

Apply now ⬇️
https://padf.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21hsk8hno0w

Openings at PADF

02/23/2021
ECADE - Eastern Caribbean Alliance

#ICYMI

ECADE - Eastern Caribbean Alliance & the Pan American Development Foundation went on Facebook live today to discuss results and findings of studies under the Tides of Change project, funded by the U.S. Department of State's Global Equality Fund.

This project consists of several short-term studies on attitudes towards decriminalization and #LGBTI communities throughout the Caribbean.

The Eastern Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality (ECADE) in collaboration with the Pan American Development Foundation and the Equality Without Borders present the launch of new research on attitudes towards LGBTQI people in the eastern Caribbean - Same Region, Different Perspective. Peter Wickham and Corey Sandiford of CADRES in Barbados, which conducted the research, will be joined by Dane Lewis of Jamaica, Maria Fontenelle of ECADE Joel Simpson of Guyana Taitu Heron of WAND, Lucien Govaard of Suriname and Kenita Placide of Saint Lucia to discuss the latest findings.

Yesterday we held the First Ordinary Meeting of the VET RED in Huehuetenango, Guatemala with participation by government...
02/23/2021

Yesterday we held the First Ordinary Meeting of the VET RED in Huehuetenango, Guatemala with participation by governmental institutions, civil society, and international agencies to address crimes of sexual violence, exploitation, and human trafficking.

The meeting recognized the important contributions we have made in strengthening local community leaders to prevent human trafficking in the municipalities of San Ildefonso Ixtahuacán and San Andrés Cuilco.

Secretaría Contra la Violencia Sexual Explotación y Trata de Personas SVET #JuntosContraLaTrata #CIT #SVET

Throughout the #COVID19 pandemic, we have uninterruptedly adapted our programming to continue our support for refugees a...
02/22/2021

Throughout the #COVID19 pandemic, we have uninterruptedly adapted our programming to continue our support for refugees and migrants in the region.

By working with our partner Cooperazione Internazionale, we’re providing legal orientation and psychosocial services for Venezuelans in Lima, Callao, and Tumbes, Peru through mobile outreach units and phone or online sessions. In just two months, 248 displaced individuals have received legal, medical, or psychosocial support thanks to generous U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration funding.

Learn more about how we’re supporting refugees and migrants in Peru ➡️ https://www.padf.org/venezuela-peru/

02/20/2021

On this World Day of Social Justice, PADF reaffirms its commitment to achieving social justice for the most vulnerable throughout the hemisphere by partnering with civil society, governments, and the private sector for the greater good of the region. #SocialJusticeDay

PADF helped vulnerable pre-school aged Haitians & their host communities to begin classes at the Happy Tots Academy in N...
02/19/2021

PADF helped vulnerable pre-school aged Haitians & their host communities to begin classes at the Happy Tots Academy in Nassau, 🇧🇸.

Thanks to United States Embassy Nassau, The Bahamas & U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration funding, students received scholarships covering registration fees, school uniforms, & course materials.

Leaving home is never easy, but refugees and migrants continue to express hope for a better future through art and creat...
02/18/2021

Leaving home is never easy, but refugees and migrants continue to express hope for a better future through art and creativity at the shelter of the Catholic Charities Guyana - Migrant Support.

At PADF, we implement local responses to our region’s growing migration, prioritizing the safety and well-being of vulnerable persons on the move and the communities that host them. This work is made possible through generous funding from U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.

02/18/2021
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For all our #STEMamericas fans, tune in to NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration TV
👉https://www.nasa.gov/nasalive👈 today at 2:15 PM EST, to watch Perseverance land at Jezero Crater on Mars. Landing is expected at approximately 3:55 PM EST - you don't want to miss this! 🚀

02/18/2021
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Language continues to be a major barrier for Venezuelans arriving in non-Spanish speaking countries. With support from the Pan American Development Foundation and funding from U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, Catholic Charities Guyana - Migrant Support provides English as a Second Language learning material and classes to Venezuelan children and adults in Guyana. 📖

See the workbook now ➡️https://www.padf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Childrens-Book-workbook-hi-res-1.pdf

We’re still buzzing over yesterday’s FB live with Brenda Isaza. If you are too & looking for a fun weekend activity, try...
02/12/2021

We’re still buzzing over yesterday’s FB live with Brenda Isaza. If you are too & looking for a fun weekend activity, try building your own rocket at home with these step-to-step instructions using household items.

Thank you to The Boeing Company & NASA's Space Launch System for their continued support. To more #WomenandGirlsinScience! 🚀

https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/pop-rocket/en/

Since 2019, the Pan American Development Foundation has supported Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Trinidad and Tobag...
02/12/2021

Since 2019, the Pan American Development Foundation has supported Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Trinidad and Tobago by creating livelihood opportunities and fostering a culture of empathy and understanding with communities.

Read “A Story of Hope," a children’s book on how a Venezuelan woman and her daughter started their new life in Trinidad and Tobago. 👉 https://www.padf.org/story-of-hope/

This work is made possible by the generous support of U.S. Department of State & U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.

02/11/2021
Fundación Panamericana para el Desarrollo (PADF)

Live now!

Laura Aragon, the Pan American Development Foundation's Women & Gender Thematic Leader, is talking with Brenda Isaza, aerospace engineer from The Boeing Company/NASA's Space Launch System to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. #Inspiralas #STEMamericas

Don't miss it ⬇️
https://fb.watch/3Bt6HJT5iJ/

¡Vivo ya!

Estamos conversando con Brenda Isaza, ingeniera aeroespacial de The Boeing Company /NASA's Space Launch System para celebrar el Día Internacional de la Mujer y la Niña en la Ciencia.

02/11/2021

We're honoring women in science who broke and continue to break boundaries in honor of the International Day of #WomenandGirlsinScience.

These women are an inspiration to girls everywhere! #Inspiralas 👩‍🔬 #STEMamericas

TODAY! At 6PM (EST), we're speaking w/ Brenda Isaza, aerospace engineer from The Boeing Company on FB Live to celebrate ...
02/11/2021

TODAY! At 6PM (EST), we're speaking w/ Brenda Isaza, aerospace engineer from The Boeing Company on FB Live to celebrate the International Day of #WomenandGirlsinScience.

Follow our Facebook 👉 Fundación Panamericana para el Desarrollo (PADF) 👈 and stay tuned!

NASA's Space Launch System #STEMamericas #Inspiralas

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02/11/2021

Spread the love this #ValentinesDay!

Simply start your shopping at 👉http://smile.amazon.com/ch/52-6054268 👈, confirm PADF as your charity of choice, and
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02/10/2021

Leaving home is never easy, but refugees and migrants throughout the region are forced to make the difficult decision to leave their homes every day to new places with new people where they aren’t always welcome.

Can we cross this border of hate and meet in the land of empathy? Through the I am Here: Borders of Hope campaign, we think we can.

Learn more about the campaign: https://linktr.ee/BordersofHope

Adriana Ocampo is a planetary geologist from Colombia working for NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration. ...
02/10/2021

Adriana Ocampo is a planetary geologist from Colombia working for NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Her research has contributed to findings on Earth, as well as Mars. 🌍🌟

Women like Adriana are an inspiration to #WomenandGirlsinScience everywhere. #Inspiralas #STEMamericas

Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin - astronomer, astrophysicist, and inspiration. All week we're celebrating #WomenandGirlsinScien...
02/09/2021

Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin - astronomer, astrophysicist, and inspiration.

All week we're celebrating #WomenandGirlsinScience who blazed the trail for women in STEM today, and generations to come. #Inspiralas #STEMamericas 👩‍🔬

In celebration of the International Day of #WomenandGirlsinScience, we're going live on our page this Thursday,...
02/09/2021

In celebration of the International Day of #WomenandGirlsinScience, we're going live on our page this Thursday, Feb 11th, at 6PM (EST) w/ Brenda Isaza, an engineer from The Boeing Company. #Inspiralas #STEMamericas

Like our Spanish page 👉 Fundación Panamericana para el Desarrollo (PADF) 👈 & stay tuned for the chat!

We believe that human mobility is a human right.In 2021, the Pan American Development Foundation aims to improve the liv...
02/08/2021

We believe that human mobility is a human right.

In 2021, the Pan American Development Foundation aims to improve the lives of over 57,000 refugees, migrants, and their host communities across #LAC, with a special focus on those fleeing the crisis in Venezuela. Through our partnership w/ UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency & U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, we implement local responses to our region’s growing migration and displacement, prioritizing the safety, health, and livelihoods of those seeking better lives and of the communities that host them.

https://www.padf.org/venezuela-response/

A girl's place is in #STEM. But what does it mean to be a girl of STEM? Being a girl of STEM means you experiment, disco...
02/08/2021

A girl's place is in #STEM. But what does it mean to be a girl of STEM? Being a girl of STEM means you experiment, discover, and find practical solutions to real life challenges.

#Inspiralas #STEMamericas #WomenandGirlsinScience 🧪🔬

We are pleased to welcome four new members to the Pan American Development Foundation's Board of Trustees. The seasoned ...
02/05/2021

We are pleased to welcome four new members to the Pan American Development Foundation's Board of Trustees. The seasoned executives join a diverse group of individuals who provide strategic leadership to achieve the organization’s mission of investing resources in #LAC to create opportunities for all.

“These four remarkable individuals bring an impressive wealth of expertise and perspectives on finance, public and government affairs, legislative processes, and foreign relations to our Board of Trustees,” said PADF Executive Director Katie Taylor. “They will play an important role in shaping PADF’s strategic direction as we strive to remain competitive in the ever-changing international development field.”

Meet our newest members ⬇️
https://www.padf.org/new-trustees/

Pan American Development Foundation Senior Director for Program Innovation & Education Thematic Lead, Luisa Villegas, sp...
02/03/2021
“We believe in giving our children the skills they need for the 21st century.” - Futurum

Pan American Development Foundation Senior Director for Program Innovation & Education Thematic Lead, Luisa Villegas, spoke with Futurum Careers about our innovative #STEMamericas program, what the future of STEM looks like for children in #LAC, & more. Read now 👇
https://futurumcareers.com/we-believe-in-giving-our-children-the-skills-they-need-for-the-21st-century

What does STEM education look like in Latin America? Thanks to partners working with PADF and the First Lady of Panama, schoolchildren in this area are reaping the benefits

The Pan American Development Foundation seeks a Chief Information Officer to collaborate with PADF leaders and staff as ...
01/26/2021
PADF - Openings

The Pan American Development Foundation seeks a Chief Information Officer to collaborate with PADF leaders and staff as a strategic technical advisor and partner to develop a long-term strategic technology and systems plan that adapts for local conditions where necessary. #MeaningfulWork #ChiefInformationOfficer

Are you or someone you know ready to work with PADF in creating a hemisphere of opportunity for all? Apply now 👇https://padf.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21hsk8nwlk6

Openings at PADF

We're hosting "Let's talk Thursdays" w/ the Institute of Critical Thinking at University of the West Indies, St. Augusti...
01/25/2021

We're hosting "Let's talk Thursdays" w/ the Institute of Critical Thinking at University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad this Thursday at 10 A.M. (TT). 🇹🇹

Register here to join this interactive discussion where we'll be discussing #GBV and #CSA in Trinidad and Tobago:

At the Pan American Development Foundation, we believe that basic access to quality education is a human right. On this ...
01/24/2021

At the Pan American Development Foundation, we believe that basic access to quality education is a human right. On this #InternationalDayofEducation, PADF reiterates its support for #SDG4 to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.”

https://www.padf.org/education/ 📚

01/20/2021
Fundación Panamericana para el Desarrollo (PADF)

Happening now!

Watch Pan American Development Foundation Director for the Regional Human Rights and Democracy Project, Gustavo D’Angelo, speak on “Esquipulas II, 30 años después”, joined by author Sandra de Barraza and Carlos Guillermo Ramos. 👇 https://www.facebook.com/PADFespanol/videos/399888867769263

El conversatorio se divide en dos partes:

a) Presentación del libro “Esquipulas II, 30 años después”, con la participación de Sandra de Barraza, autora del capítulo de El Salvador de la investigación sobre los acuerdos de Esquipulas; Carlos Guillermo Ramos, comentarista del mismo capítulo; y Gustavo D’Angelo, director del Proyecto Regional de DDHH y Democracia de PADF.

b) Un conversatorio sobre el alcance de los Acuerdos de Paz a la fecha y a coyuntura política salvadoreña, con la participación de Phillip Texier (primer director de ONUSAL), Patricia Valdez (directora de la Comisión de la Verdad) y Anders Kompas (ONUSAL y Comisión de la Verdad).

Tomorrow! Don't miss it. 👉 https://t.co/wAFMEURUse?amp=1
01/19/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Conferencia magistral: “Los acuerdos de paz salvadoreños y su camino desde Esquipulas hasta la fecha”. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Tomorrow! Don't miss it. 👉 https://t.co/wAFMEURUse?amp=1

El conversatorio se dividirá en dos partes: a) Presentación del libro “Esquipulas II, 30 años después”, con la participación de Sandra de Barraza, autora del capítulo de El Salvador de la investigación sobre los acuerdos de Esquipulas; Carlos Guillermo Ramos, comentarista del mismo capít...

UN Women & UN Volunteers have launched the "Young Women Leaders Initiative" to create professional opportunities for the...
01/14/2021
UN Women and UNV launch new Young Women Leaders Initiative | UNV

UN Women & UN Volunteers have launched the "Young Women Leaders Initiative" to create professional opportunities for the women leaders of tomorrow & further enhance diversity in UN Women.

Learn more and apply here:https://www.unv.org/News/UN-Women-and-UNV-launch-new-Young-Women-Leaders-Initiative

UN Women, in partnership with the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme, is excited to introduce the UN Women “Young Women Leaders” (YWL) initiative. The YWL initiative will engage a diverse cohort of young women from the Global South who are committed to gender equality and women’s empowe...

The Pan American Development Foundation is seeking an energetic New Business Development team member focused on #philant...
01/14/2021
PADF - Openings

The Pan American Development Foundation is seeking an energetic New Business Development team member focused on #philanthropy to grow and diversify our portfolio of partners. This is an incredible opportunity for an individual passionate about Latin American and the Caribbean and committed to social justice, human rights, and international development to grow the organization’s fundraising and partnership-related activities.

Apply now! #meaningfulwork https://padf.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21hsk8qagdj

Openings at PADF

The Pan American Development Foundation believes in creating a hemisphere of opportunity, for all.Learn more: https://ww...
01/08/2021

The Pan American Development Foundation believes in creating a hemisphere of opportunity, for all.

Learn more: https://www.padf.org

We're working with youth in #Haiti to develop projects to improve safety, sanitation, and more in their communities. Thr...
01/06/2021
Supporting Haitian Youth through Community-Based Projects

We're working with youth in #Haiti to develop projects to improve safety, sanitation, and more in their communities. Through these projects, young people will contribute to strengthening the resilience of their communities and restoring hope for a brighter future for Haiti.

Learn more 👇 https://padf.org/haiti/supporting-haitian-youth-through-community-based-projects/

supporting haitian youth through community-based projects By: Nathalie Cardichon Much like for the rest of the world, 2020 was a challenging year for Haiti. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated an alr…

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Dr. Jose Mondejar, medical director Equilibrium Integrative Health Clinic, who had reached out to Dr. Dayrit regarding his VCO studies, gave the oil to 69 residents of Sitio Luz, Barangay Zapatera. They were among the first COVID-19 patients of Cebu City in April. They initially took 1 tablespoon of VCO twice a day, which later increased to thrice a day, he said in an interview with DZMM. Within 2 weeks, 45 of the 69 patients tested negative, while 24 did not develop worse symptoms. Similarly, VCO is also credited for keeping the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) COVID-free. After taking VCO starting May 15, 7 jail workers with COVID-19 tested negative for the pathogen within a week. Three other workers tested negative within 8 days, he said. The jail has not tallied any new case of COVID-19 since. 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From: Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) Date: June 10, 2020 at 2:14:41 PM GMT+1 To: Subject: We Stand Together Against Racism Reply-To: Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) We Stand Together Against Racism Dear Friend, I was born an American of an immigrant mother and spent the first few years of my life in Nigeria. I grew up believing in racial equality and dignity. It was only at age 14, while with a black family friend here in the United Sates, when we were turned away from a sports event we wanted to join in together, that I began to understand a little of the systemic racism that exists in this country. That friend was Kofi Annan, who went on to become Secretary General of the United Nations. Racism has no place in our world or our country. How many more lives will be lost before we end systemic racism and racial violence in America? The murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Michael Brown, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Botham Jean, and Trayvon Martin – among countless others – have triggered a peaceful movement in the United States calling for change. Change in how we view and address social and racial inequities, particularly relating to the safety, inclusion, and human dignity of black communities. The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) is committed to creating a hemisphere of opportunity. For ALL. For decades, we have worked with communities of color in Latin America and the Caribbean, working alongside local human rights defenders and grassroots organizations that represent Afro-descendants and indigenous populations, among other marginalized groups. We offer trainings; foster public-private partnerships and sustainable economic opportunities; promote access to education, nutrition, and health care services; and amplify the voices of minority organizations in decision-making processes. We relentlessly support local advocacy efforts and institutional change for the full inclusion and participation of all people. Yet we can do more. We are now updating our hiring and management practices to promote greater opportunities for black students and professionals and ensure that we are adhering to the highest standards of diversity and inclusion. We are creating safe spaces for internal dialogue and reflection through our communities of practice, the first one led by our Democracy, Governance, and Human Rights team. We are developing education and advocacy tools to encourage our colleagues to become agents of change. We are also launching a fundraising challenge to support black communities. Above all, we are listening, learning, and acting. Our hearts ache for the families and friends of those who lost loved ones in senseless acts of abuse of power and violence. We stand with you and against systemic racism. We commit our expertise, time, voice, and resources to this effort. With shared grief and renewed purpose, Katie Taylor Executive Director