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.

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In our latest podcast interview, PADF #EconomicOpportunities Practice Area Leader Sowmya Krishnamoorthy sits down with E...
05/28/2021
Podcast: Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods | PADF

In our latest podcast interview, PADF #EconomicOpportunities Practice Area Leader Sowmya Krishnamoorthy sits down with Executive Director Katie Taylor to talk about PADF’s approach to promoting sustainable livelihoods across the hemisphere, especially amid #COVID19.

Don't miss out on this important, timely discussion. ⬇️
https://lnkd.in/d-PtQye

Podcast: promoting sustainable livelihoods In this podcast interview, Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) Economic Opportunities Practice Area Leader Sowmya Krishnamoorthy (right) sits down with Executive Director Katie Taylor (left) to talk about PADF’s approach to promoting sustainable li...

Did you miss our event last week with the Permanent Mission of Canada to the OAS?With expert panelists throughout the re...
05/27/2021
Mujeres en Movimiento | PADF

Did you miss our event last week with the Permanent Mission of Canada to the OAS?

With expert panelists throughout the region, we discussed #GBV and pressing issues for Venezuelan refugees and migrant women amid COVID-19. #ICYMI, watch the full discussion and learn more here👇
https://www.padf.org/mujeres-en-movimiento/

Sparking Conversation on the Risks and Opportunities for Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Women On May 21, 2021, the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) co-hosted a webinar titled, “Mujeres en Movimiento: Risks and Opportunities for Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Women in the Context of COVID...

W/ Hermanitos in Brazil, the Pan American Development Foundation is supporting course offerings of Portuguese language c...
05/25/2021

W/ Hermanitos in Brazil, the Pan American Development Foundation is supporting course offerings of Portuguese language classes to Venezuelan migrants. With a focus on job interview skills, these classes aim to help participants better settle into their new lives. #IntegrandoHorizontes 🇻🇪🇧🇷

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

05/21/2021

The gross domestic product, or GDP, measures the monetary value of all goods and services in a country. In 2020, the regional GDP of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) shrank by an average 7.7%.

At PADF, we are working to recover economic opportunities for the most vulnerable throughout LAC. Will you join us on this journey toward recovery? Together, we can lift LAC out of this crisis and create a hemisphere of opportunity, for all.

With ever-growing development needs & increased understanding of the impacts of climate change, Nature-based Solutions (...
05/20/2021

With ever-growing development needs & increased understanding of the impacts of climate change, Nature-based Solutions (NBS) are gaining momentum as a new way of incorporating environmental considerations into development responses.

What are NBS & how can we harness their power for development in Latin America & the Caribbean? Read our op-ed, w/ World Resources Institute published on the Wilson Center's New Security Beat blog for more:
https://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2021/05/nature-based-solutions-latin-america-caribbeans-green-opportunity/

With ever-growing development needs & increased understanding of the impacts of climate change, Nature-based Solutions (NBS) are gaining momentum as a new way of incorporating environmental considerations into development responses.

What are NBS & how can we harness their power for development in Latin America & the Caribbean? Read our op-ed, w/ World Resources Institute published on the Wilson Center's New Security Beat blog for more:
https://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2021/05/nature-based-solutions-latin-america-caribbeans-green-opportunity/

#ICYMI we're co-hosting a discussion this Friday w/ thePermanent Mission of Canada to the OAS entitled "Mujeres en Movim...
05/19/2021

#ICYMI we're co-hosting a discussion this Friday w/ the
Permanent Mission of Canada to the OAS entitled "Mujeres en Movimiento: Risks and Opportunities for #Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Women in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic".

Don't miss it. Register now 👇
https://padf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Qx-gYNhCScWF2_1iIZqIuQ

#ICYMI we're co-hosting a discussion this Friday w/ the
Permanent Mission of Canada to the OAS entitled "Mujeres en Movimiento: Risks and Opportunities for #Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Women in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic".

Don't miss it. Register now 👇
https://padf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Qx-gYNhCScWF2_1iIZqIuQ

Roads are the arteries pumping an economy’s lifeblood. They allow farmers and producers to travel to markets, workers to...
05/18/2021

Roads are the arteries pumping an economy’s lifeblood. They allow farmers and producers to travel to markets, workers to jobs, students to school, and the sick to hospitals.

In Haiti, PADF is employing people to build roads and contribute to the economic connectivity of their communities. #EconomicOpportunities #MDUR

World Bank Pan American Development Foundation - Haiti Ministère de l'Intérieur et des Collectivités Territoriales

Don't miss our webinar series, "Let's talk Thursdays" w/ the Institute of Critical Thinking at the University of the Wes...
05/18/2021

Don't miss our webinar series, "Let's talk Thursdays" w/ the Institute of Critical Thinking at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus at 10 A.M. (TT). 🇹🇹

Register here to join this interactive discussion where we'll be discussing strategies to regain your mental wholeness. #GBV
👇
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3N6MKBOkQ9edRfJALcsQLQ

Don't miss our webinar series, "Let's talk Thursdays" w/ the Institute of Critical Thinking at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus at 10 A.M. (TT). 🇹🇹

Register here to join this interactive discussion where we'll be discussing strategies to regain your mental wholeness. #GBV
👇
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3N6MKBOkQ9edRfJALcsQLQ

Today is the #InternationalDayOfFamilies!At Happy Tots Academy in the Bahamas 🇧🇸, more than 50% of the children are from...
05/15/2021

Today is the #InternationalDayOfFamilies!

At Happy Tots Academy in the Bahamas 🇧🇸, more than 50% of the children are from migrant families. This year, many of these parents have found themselves out of work and without other support. PADF works with these parents to help them pay for school supplies, personal protective equipment, and hot lunches. With the knowledge that their children are safe at school, these parents can focus earning incomes to sustain their families.

Today is the #InternationalDayOfFamilies!

At Happy Tots Academy in the Bahamas 🇧🇸, more than 50% of the children are from migrant families. This year, many of these parents have found themselves out of work and without other support. PADF works with these parents to help them pay for school supplies, personal protective equipment, and hot lunches. With the knowledge that their children are safe at school, these parents can focus earning incomes to sustain their families.

05/14/2021
Why We Use Mobile Money Solutions

At the @panPan American Development Foundation, we use mobile money payments to help marginalized youth build life skills, provide financial assistance to migrants, and help communities and markets return to normal after a major disaster.

Pan American Development Foundation - Haiti #MobileMoney

Gender-based violence is pervasive across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), with #COVID19 and the region's migratio...
05/13/2021

Gender-based violence is pervasive across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), with #COVID19 and the region's migration crises only exacerbating this type of violence.

We're leading a discussion on this with Permanent Mission of Canada to the OAS during the virtual event, “Mujeres en Movimiento: Risks and Opportunities for Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Women in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic”.

This event is open to all and will be broadcast in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Register now:
https://padf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Qx-gYNhCScWF2_1iIZqIuQ

Gender-based violence is pervasive across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), with #COVID19 and the region's migration crises only exacerbating this type of violence.

We're leading a discussion on this with Permanent Mission of Canada to the OAS during the virtual event, “Mujeres en Movimiento: Risks and Opportunities for Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Women in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic”.

This event is open to all and will be broadcast in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Register now:
https://padf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Qx-gYNhCScWF2_1iIZqIuQ

Employment generation is key in enabling self-reliance. We believe in creating jobs, promoting sustainable livelihoods, ...
05/11/2021
Economic Opportunities | PADF

Employment generation is key in enabling self-reliance. We believe in creating jobs, promoting sustainable livelihoods, & increasing access to opportunities.

How do we create economic opportunities for all throughout the region? Learn more ⬇️
https://www.padf.org/economic-opportunities/

ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES We believe in creating jobs, promoting sustainable livelihoods, and increasing access to opportunities. We galvanize small businesses, provide 21st century skills and vocational training to youth and vulnerable people, and promote urban and rural development, while conserving....

Throughout 2020, PADF connected 3,025 #Venezuelan migrants in #Colombia with skills and employment training, as well as ...
05/07/2021
A Better Future for Venezuelans in Colombia | PADF

Throughout 2020, PADF connected 3,025 #Venezuelan migrants in #Colombia with skills and employment training, as well as job opportunities to support themselves and continue contributing to their host communities.

Hear their stories. 👇
https://padf.org/eo-colombia/

A Better Future for venezuelans in colombia In 2020, PADF maximized efforts to promote sustainable livelihoods for Venezuelan migrants and Persons in Need of International Protection in Colombia. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on Colombia’s residents, PADF was able to connect migran...

Through the Rural Development with Environmental Education (DREAM) project, we are working with the Directorate of Polic...
05/05/2021
DREAM - English - PADF

Through the Rural Development with Environmental Education (DREAM) project, we are working with the Directorate of Police and Rural Security (DICAR) of the Policía Nacional de los Colombianos to teach communities, especially teachers and youth in rural municipalities, appreciation of the environment, the challenges it faces, and steps to care for and protect it.

Learn more about the training for DREAM project agents and other educational institutions in rural #Colombia. ⬇️
https://www.padf.org/dream-english/

Thank you to U.S. Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs funding for making this work possible! #Education #EnvironmentalEducation

dream Rural Development with Environmental Education The 60-year Colombian armed conflict had a major impact on several of the country’s ecosystems. Colombia continues to experience significant deterioration of its forests caused by illegal economic activities, such as illicit timber, crops, and m...

More than ever before, information is a public good. We are proud to work with Voces del Sur Unidas to defend freedom of...
05/03/2021

More than ever before, information is a public good. We are proud to work with Voces del Sur Unidas to defend freedom of expression, press freedom, and access to information in 13 Latin American countries.

VDS continuously monitors and reports violations to ensure press freedom, for all. Throughout the past year, the network of Latin American organizations monitoring violations to freedom of the press continued to grow. W/ our partners, we released the network’s 2020 "Shadow Report" which provides key recommendations for strengthening fundamental freedoms and analysis of the VDS monitoring system. #WorldPressFreedomDay ✍️

To learn more about VDS: http://www.vocesdelsurunidas.org/

To read the full Shadow Report:
https://www.padf.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Shadow-Report-2020.pdf

More than ever before, information is a public good. We are proud to work with Voces del Sur Unidas to defend freedom of expression, press freedom, and access to information in 13 Latin American countries.

VDS continuously monitors and reports violations to ensure press freedom, for all. Throughout the past year, the network of Latin American organizations monitoring violations to freedom of the press continued to grow. W/ our partners, we released the network’s 2020 "Shadow Report" which provides key recommendations for strengthening fundamental freedoms and analysis of the VDS monitoring system. #WorldPressFreedomDay ✍️

To learn more about VDS: http://www.vocesdelsurunidas.org/

To read the full Shadow Report:
https://www.padf.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Shadow-Report-2020.pdf

04/29/2021

What are nature-based solutions and why are they important? 🌱
With our partner, World Resources Institute, we are supporting research to identify promising nature-based initiatives throughout the region, raise awareness among investors on the benefits of nature, and connect projects with investors to bring these solutions to the real world. How can we harness the power of nature for development in Latin America and the Caribbean? 👇

Thank you to PAHO-WHO for the generous donation of masks and hand sanitizers to support refugees and asylum-seekers in #...
04/26/2021

Thank you to PAHO-WHO for the generous donation of masks and hand sanitizers to support refugees and asylum-seekers in #TheBahamas so they can remain safe and healthy amid #COVID19.

We thank PAHO for their support and continued partnership. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency 🤝

Thank you to PAHO-WHO for the generous donation of masks and hand sanitizers to support refugees and asylum-seekers in #TheBahamas so they can remain safe and healthy amid #COVID19.

We thank PAHO for their support and continued partnership. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency 🤝

On #WorldBookDay, we celebrate the power of books to promote open & inclusive societies. Through reading, we can open ou...
04/23/2021

On #WorldBookDay, we celebrate the power of books to promote open & inclusive societies. Through reading, we can open ourselves to others despite differences. Our book, "A Story of Hope", aims to do just that. This World Book Day, sit down and take a read.⬇️
https://www.padf.org/story-of-hope/

This #EarthDay, the Pan American Development Foundation celebrates the entry into force of the #Escazú Agreement, which ...
04/22/2021
Acuerdo Regional sobre el Acceso a la Información, la Participación Pública y el Acceso a la Justicia en Asuntos Ambientales en América Latina y el Caribe | Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe

This #EarthDay, the Pan American Development Foundation celebrates the entry into force of the #Escazú Agreement, which promotes actions to guarantee justice, citizen participation, and access to information on environmental issues. 👏 https://www.cepal.org/en/escazuagreement

Adoptado en Escazú, Costa Rica, el 4 de marzo de 2018, el Acuerdo Regional tiene por objetivo garantizar la implementación plena y efectiva en América Latina y el Caribe de los derechos de acceso a la información ambiental, participación pública en los procesos de toma de decisiones ambientale...

We have the ability to make a difference in our environment when we come together to #RestoreOurEarth. Here are just a f...
04/22/2021

We have the ability to make a difference in our environment when we come together to #RestoreOurEarth. Here are just a few tips from the Pan American Development Foundation's Environment team on how you can play a part in creating a safer, healthier, more sustainable world. #TakeAction #EarthDay 🌱👇

We have the ability to make a difference in our environment when we come together to #RestoreOurEarth. Here are just a few tips from the Pan American Development Foundation's Environment team on how you can play a part in creating a safer, healthier, more sustainable world. #TakeAction #EarthDay 🌱👇

Happy #EarthDay! 🌎We can make a difference when we work together. At PADF, we focus on the linkages between vulnerable c...
04/22/2021

Happy #EarthDay! 🌎

We can make a difference when we work together. At PADF, we focus on the linkages between vulnerable communities, livelihood opportunities, and managing assets and natural resources to create a more sustainable world. #RestoreOurEarth

Happy #EarthDay! 🌎

We can make a difference when we work together. At PADF, we focus on the linkages between vulnerable communities, livelihood opportunities, and managing assets and natural resources to create a more sustainable world. #RestoreOurEarth

04/20/2021

It's #EarthWeek and here at PADF, we remain committed to provide sustainable livelihoods for vulnerable people.

In Trinidad and Tobago, we're training Warao women to create crafts using vetiver grass to economically improve their lives and positively impact the environment.

Thank you to IAMovement, House of Vetiver, and Vetiver TT Ecological Engineering Solutions Ltd. for their support on this project!

PADF Program Manager, Logan Coleman, sat down w/ Margarita R. Seminario to discuss the challenges faced by Venezuelan mi...
04/19/2021

PADF Program Manager, Logan Coleman, sat down w/ Margarita R. Seminario to discuss the challenges faced by Venezuelan migrants in the Caribbean on the CSIS Americas Program 35 West #podcast.

How can we address these circumstances? Listen now 👇
https://www.csis.org/node/60585

PADF Program Manager, Logan Coleman, sat down w/ Margarita R. Seminario to discuss the challenges faced by Venezuelan migrants in the Caribbean on the CSIS Americas Program 35 West #podcast.

How can we address these circumstances? Listen now 👇
https://www.csis.org/node/60585

A big thank you to the youth of Calamar, Guaviare who participated in the #PISCC - Semillitas Ambientales initiative yes...
04/15/2021

A big thank you to the youth of Calamar, Guaviare who participated in the #PISCC - Semillitas Ambientales initiative yesterday w/ FUPAD Colombia.

Through the initiative, they became our leaders of environmental protection in the municipality, strengthening the communities' relationship with Carabineros de Colombia! 👏

A big thank you to the youth of Calamar, Guaviare who participated in the #PISCC - Semillitas Ambientales initiative yesterday w/ FUPAD Colombia.

Through the initiative, they became our leaders of environmental protection in the municipality, strengthening the communities' relationship with Carabineros de Colombia! 👏

At PADF, we believe in caring for both people and the planet. In many parts of Latin America and the Caribbean (#LAC) en...
04/14/2021

At PADF, we believe in caring for both people and the planet. In many parts of Latin America and the Caribbean (#LAC) environmental conservation remains a challenge in rural areas and urban settings alike.

As #EarthDay nears, learn more about how PADF is working to create cleaner, healthier plant through all our programming.🌎⬇️
https://www.padf.org/environment/

At PADF, we believe in caring for both people and the planet. In many parts of Latin America and the Caribbean (#LAC) environmental conservation remains a challenge in rural areas and urban settings alike.

As #EarthDay nears, learn more about how PADF is working to create cleaner, healthier plant through all our programming.🌎⬇️
https://www.padf.org/environment/

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The doctor has been doing his studies on coconut oil for over 15 years. “There are two general strategies against viral diseases. First, to develop drugs which are directly antiviral, and second, to use the body’s own immune system to defend [itself] against the virus,” noted a research by Dr. Dayrit and Dr. Mary T. Newport, a neonatologist, international speaker, and an advocate for using coconut oil. According to Dr. Dayrit, there are enough studies to prove that VCO has antiviral and immunomodulatory properties. Upon ingestion, coconut oil produces lauric acid and monolaurin, two compounds which have been known for many years to have significant antiviral activity. 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. Dr. Dayrit, who’s also a professor at the Ateneo de Manila University-School of Science and Engineering's chemistry department, clarifies that these are not clinical studies. “They were invited to treat people, not to do a study. What we did was to gather data so that it can be explained more rationally. In 30 days, [the confirmed COVID positive patients] were all eventually negative,” said Dr. Dayrit. 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Dayrit, president of the Integrated Chemists of the Philippines, we’ve got something locally available that can help prevent, manage, and treat novel coronavirus patients—virgin coconut oil (VCO). The doctor has been doing his studies on coconut oil for over 15 years. “There are two general strategies against viral diseases. First, to develop drugs which are directly antiviral, and second, to use the body’s own immune system to defend [itself] against the virus,” noted a research by Dr. Dayrit and Dr. Mary T. Newport, a neonatologist, international speaker, and an advocate for using coconut oil. According to Dr. Dayrit, there are enough studies to prove that VCO has antiviral and immunomodulatory properties. Upon ingestion, coconut oil produces lauric acid and monolaurin, two compounds which have been known for many years to have significant antiviral activity. 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. Dr. Dayrit, who’s also a professor at the Ateneo de Manila University-School of Science and Engineering's chemistry department, clarifies that these are not clinical studies. “They were invited to treat people, not to do a study. What we did was to gather data so that it can be explained more rationally. In 30 days, [the confirmed COVID positive patients] were all eventually negative,” said Dr. Dayrit. For more information you can type www. Coconut Research Center. Org in a browser with no places. One can cook with coconut oil. It does not create body damaging free radicals like most cooking oils and the saturated fat is of a type good for the body. ADDITIONALLY Coconut oil does not require insulin or bile to metabolize. It detoxifies the body and greatly enhances the absorption of nutrients helping alleviate malnutrition. It is highly anticancer. It kills a lage number of deadly viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. 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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