Happy holidays from all of us at PADF! Your support makes the work we do all year possible. ✨
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. Working throughout the region, PADF engages community-based groups, non-gov
ernmental 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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Happy holidays from all of us at PADF! Your support makes the work we do all year possible. ✨
Thanks to the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, students from a public school in Boa Vista, , attend audio editing and recording sessions to create social and cultural content on topics of mutual community interest. Activities like this support their psychosocial development, help them recognize themselves as the protagonists of their own stories, and foster cultural integration between Venezuelan and Brazilian students.
On International , we celebrate efforts to integrate young migrants in their host communities.
’s Region 1 currently hosts a significant number of displaced indigenous migrants from . This population, especially youth, faces greater vulnerability due to the border zone’s remoteness and limited access to educational institutions.
To celebrate International , PADF wants to thank the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration for supporting English and Warao language learning and cross-cultural integration through educational and cultural awareness sessions with indigenous populations in Guyana.
On International , we wish to highlight the work of PADF partner Fundashon Salú pa Tur, a local nonprofit in . Salú Pa Tur opened its clinic doors in 2019 and has been supporting undocumented migrants on the island ever since.
Thanks to the support of the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, PADF has worked with Salú Pa Tur to expand its outreach program, as well as primary and secondary services, to ensure migrants across Curaçao have access to .
This International , we celebrate the efforts of migrant entrepreneurs in . Through their dedication, they are able to provide for their families while also promoting local economic development. To celebrate, we are sharing the story of María, who received support through training in entrepreneurial skills and seed capital.
Thank you, U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, for your support!
“I left [Venezuela] eight years ago. I started this journey to have a better future since the salary I earned was not enough to support my three children… For them, I decided to leave my country and arrived in the jungle 10 days ago, six of which were a total hell. It was supposed to be only 3.5 days.”
Erley was traveling through the Darien Gap with a group of fellow migrants when they were taken hostage by an armed group that robbed and assaulted them. He then spent three days helping other migrants in the jungle before stopping due to physical and mental exhaustion, later receiving emergency assistance from PADF and partner organizations, thanks to the support of the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.
“Many people here need this help. Today it is me, and many more people behind us are struggling to achieve our dream.”
To learn about our work in the region and hear other first-hand stories, visit: https://www.padf.org/our-migration-response/supporting-migrants-in-the-darien/
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Hands For Health Costa Rica
Embajada de Estados Unidos en Panamá
With the generous support of the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, PADF provides humanitarian assistance, emergency health services, and psychosocial support to thousands of migrants and refugees crossing the Darien Gap, one of the most dangerous migrant crossings in the world. After traveling through , many of these migrants enter , where PADF continues to provide health, humanitarian, and protection support.
Lisa, one of thousands such migrants, met with a PADF psychologist at a Migrant Reception Center in the Darien before continuing her journey. Days later, the PADF team was along the northern border between Panama and Costa Rica for a health fair. To the psychologist's amazement, he saw Lisa there. It took her a few moments, but when she saw "PADF" on a blue vest, she recognized him and, with tears in her eyes, she hugged him, thanking him for all the support he gave her, and for making sure she never felt alone.
To read and hear other stories of impact, visit our website: https://www.padf.org/our-migration-response/supporting-migrants-in-the-darien/
PADF and the Secretaría de la Mujer y Equidad de Género were honored to host the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) yesterday during their visit to our "Integrating Horizons" program in Santa Marta, Colombia, where they had the opportunity to meet with Venezuelan women and youth.
"I am very excited to see what PADF has achieved, and we will continue to support them." – PRM Regional Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs
In this opinion piece published in EstrellaOnline de Panamá, PADF justice sector expert Andrés Ormaza argues that asset forfeiture laws promote the rule of law and increase the effectiveness of the legal system. Countries that have adopted such laws are more effective in fighting crime, including drug trafficking. Illegal assets of criminal groups are seized and turned into profitable projects or help finance the work of civil society organizations.
Read the op-ed:
“Los países que han aprobado e implementado leyes de extinción de dominio han logrado no solo combatir más eficazmente el crimen, incluyendo el narcotráfico, sino que bienes ilegítimos de grupos criminales pasen a ser proyectos productivos para comunidades agrícolas [...]”
This past week, PADF gathered women-led organizations from , , , and for a strategic workshop in Mexico City. Thanks to our partners and grantees for their willingness to share resources, experiences, and good practices to prevent and respond to gender-based violence!
PADF’s office is now powered by solar panels ☀️! In fiscal year 2021, 25% of our measured emissions were due to diesel generators to power our Haiti office. We are proud to have made the switch to solar.
Read more about our climate accountability journey here ➡ https://www.padf.org/climate-accountability/
Human rights are at the center of PADF's work, especially for marginalized groups like Afro-descendant, Garífuna, and indigenous populations.
With support from the U.S. Department of Labor, PADF has launched “Acción Colectiva Laboral,” a new project in , , and to improve working conditions for these populations and increase their participation and engagement. Visit padf.org to learn more and listen to our latest podcast episode, available in Spanish!
Con el apoyo del Departamento de Trabajo de los Estados Unidos, PADF lanzó un nuevo proyecto, “Acción colectiva para prevenir el trabajo infantil, trabajo forzado y otras condiciones de trabajo inaceptables en El Salvador, Guatemala y Honduras”.
Corruption not only wastes public resources, but it also erodes trust in governments and democratic institutions and can result in serious human rights violations. So how can we combat corruption?
Fighting corruption requires respect for the rule of law, accountability, and transparency to empower citizens to denounce corruption when they see it.
We are because no development effort can be sustained unless we effectively fight corruption.
Learn more: www.padf.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Anti-Corruption-English.pdf
PADF is providing certified skills training to Venezuelan migrants in , with support from the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration. Programs like these help create jobs, promote sustainable livelihoods, and increase access to opportunities.
Visit our website to learn more and see the students in action!
PADF is providing certified skills training to Venezuelan migrants, including solar panel installation, party decorating, and the culinary arts.
Read the latest blog post from PADF's Green Team, recounting a recent visit to 's Imbabura Geoparque Mundial. They made important connections with members of municipal governments and learned about local efforts to advance protection, education, and sustainable development.
PADF Green Team members in Ecuador recount their visit to the Imbabura Global Geopark.
Thanks to the generous support of the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, PADF offers tailored psychosocial assistance to migrant families in the Migrant Reception Center of Los Planes, Chiriqui Province, Panama. PADF strives to provide support services that are effective, participatory, and sustainable. Embajada de Estados Unidos en Panamá
We are so grateful to work in partnership with you and so many other allies and supporters across Latin America and the Caribbean. Today on , we invite you to continue to support PADF’s work and help us achieve meaningful, inclusive, and sustainable progress now and into the future.
💙 Donate: https://www.padf.org/donate/
Tomorrow is , and PADF is proud to be a part of this global celebration of generosity.
With your support, we can continue to make our region stronger — more healthy, peaceful, just, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable for current and future generations.
There are many ways you can support PADF today!
We assist people throughout Latin America and the Caribbean who leave their homes seeking better, safer lives. PADF provides migrants with essential services, protection and legal support, and more. We work with local community organizations, government entities, and the private sector to foster a hemisphere of opportunity, for all. PADF also responds to the needs of host communities with capacity building and integration support. Learn more about PADF's migration response. http://ow.ly/P5HY50LLs1x
PADF works to provide sustainable solutions for individuals who have left their homes in search of better, safer lives.
Today on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we join the kick-off of the of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). PADF is proud to partner with the activists and local organizations at the forefront of the struggle for gender equality and women’s rights across our region.
🔸 In and , we’re empowering youth leaders to train other adolescents and youth to challenge gender norms and prevent GBV.
🔸 In , we’ve convened grassroots feminists to discuss how to prevent GBV and promote self-care.
🔸 We developed , the largest digital directory of services that address gender-based violence in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Visit our website to join us and learn more: https://www.padf.org/women-and-gender/
🗓️ Be sure to mark your calendars! November 29 is , an international movement to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.
We invite you to show your support of PADF with an online donation and help us continue to serve those who need it most: https://www.padf.org/donate/
PADF is thankful for the many donors and partners who, for 60 years, have supported our vision of creating a hemisphere of opportunity, for all. Our partnerships with governments, NGOs, corporations, foundations, and academic and research institutions create meaningful and sustainable progress for the most vulnerable people throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. And our most meaningful partnerships are with local bodies, empowering them to serve and support their own people, communities, and countries.
Clean and accessible water has an outsized impact on community health and resilience. PADF's water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) programs reduce disease and strengthen local economies, with four pillars: sanitation infrastructure, including training local bodies to maintain systems; hygiene education, including wastewater disposal; enterprise development, supporting regional enterprises to bring potable water to underserved communities and create new jobs; and disaster response and preparedness. Learn more about WASH here. http://ow.ly/n9hq50LLrxO
Health and Nutrition We believe that every person should have access to health services and nutrition. We are dedicated to providing food security and promoting healthy behaviors and access to services for vulnerable populations throughout the hemisphere. We partner with the public and private secto...
"If there is one thing I have learned in my life it’s that, alone, we can accomplish a little but, together, we can change the world," said PADF Executive Director Katie Taylor at our recent 60th anniversary celebration in Washington, D.C.
Joining us to commemorate 60 years of impact were more than 150 attendees and partners. Keynote speakers were Luis Almagro and Nestor Mendez, Secretary General and Assistant Secretary General of the Organization of American States, which was critical to our founding and continues to work with us to strengthen communities throughout the hemisphere. Marcela Escobari, of the U.S. Agency for International Development, shared some of our joint projects that have promoted progress for the people of the Americas. Alexandra Aguirre, the President of our Board of Trustees, highlighted that PADF is diverse and women-led, while Rachel Peterson, Senior Manager of Boeing Global Engagement, spoke of the eight-year partnership between PADF and Boeing Company.
It was truly a night to remember. If you missed last week's recap of , you can read more about it here. http://ow.ly/oPaa50LLfUi
Eastern Caribbean countries are on the front lines of the climate crisis. Continuing our 60-year investment in this region, PADF initiatives enable this region's residents to increase sustainability, resilience, and economic growth in the face of climate disasters. Learn more about our most recent business resilience challenge. http://ow.ly/MUb150LHfU3
Are you a business or community leader? Is your organization based in the Caribbean? Does your organization contribute to the disaster resilience of your community?
Join the CCIR Blended Finance Team for a webinar with the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries to learn how to apply for the Eastern Caribbean Business Resilience Challenge!
December 1 @ 11 a.m. AST/10 a.m. EST
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqde6tpzItGtbBMESZncQFlszqkJyYv5Ax
Earlier this week, partners from all over joined us in Washington, D.C., to reflect on 60 years of impact across Latin America and the Caribbean. From heartfelt stories about how our work has shaped communities to invigorating calls to action, it was a night to remember.
Read more about how we celebrated . ⬇️ http://ow.ly/nAur50LJ58T
We celebrated with more than 150 attendees and partners from all sectors, who enable us to reach millions of people and make our region stronger.
PADF is the Sub-Chair for Latin America in the Global Targeted Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Coalition, whose jurisdictional chairs have published a new report on -style human rights and corruption sanctions.
The report – edited by PADF Program Manager Chloe Zoeller – analyzes how the sanctions are used in the U.S., Canada, UK, and EU, as well as the current gaps in their implementation.
The authors recommend the following:
◾️ Improve multilateral use of these sanctions tools.
◾️ Build on positive engagement with civil society.
◾️ Focus on underrepresented regions and holding allies accountable.
◾️ Recognize a wider range of human rights abuses and marginalized victims.
◾️ Strengthen corruption sanctions efforts.
To learn more, download the report 👇 https://humanrightsfirst.org/library/new-report-details-gaps-in-multilateral-use-of-magnitsky-sanctions/
PADF and our partners Hermanitos and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, were honored to receive a special visit this week from representatives from the the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM). They were able to see and learn about our support for migrants and refugees in , many of whom came from , and hear their stories.
We are immensely grateful to PRM, whose generous support makes our programs possible.
For the latest episode of the podcast, Dan Runde of CSIS | Center for Strategic & International Studies interviewed PADF Executive Director Katie Taylor.
They discuss PADF’s impact over the last 60 years and the ongoing challenges and progress that Latin America and the Caribbean have seen over the past decade. Listen here! 👇
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Katie Taylor, the Executive Director of the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF). In this podcast, Dan and Katie discuss PADF’s impact over the last 60 years, and the ongoing challenges and progress that Latin America and the Caribbean...
This week, partners from all sectors joined us in DC for our celebration. ✨
We are able to reach millions of people across Latin America and the Caribbean and make our region stronger – more healthy, peaceful, just, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable for current and future generations – because of these partners and because of supporters like you.
We celebrated with more than 150 attendees and partners from all sectors, who enable us to reach millions of people and make our region stronger.
Through local and regional partnerships across government and private sectors, we are building the capacity and resiliency of communities to create a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity.
Thanks to our wide network of partners and supporters, we are stronger and ready for another 60 years of serving communities across Latin America and the Caribbean.
Cheers to us!
Through local and regional partnerships across government and private sectors, we are building the capacity and resiliency of communities to create a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity. We are eager for another 60 years of impact!
As we conclude our celebration, we are grateful for the hard work of our team, our partners, and supporters.
We are so excited for what the future of our work will become.
Fostering a hemisphere of opportunity for all has been the foundation of our work for 60 years. Tonight, we celebrate how far we've come, the impact we have made, and look to the future of our work.
In 2021 alone, our efforts reached over 3.1M people across Latin America and the Caribbean, more than 2x the people we were able to reach the year before.
As we celebrate , we are excited to continue our work to reach more vulnerable communities and strengthen their local capacity beyond the lifecycle of our programs.
Learn more about our commitment to creating a hemisphere of opportunity, for all. http://ow.ly/xUAF50LCWhK
Today, partners and advocates from all over the world will be joining us in D.C to mark ! We're excited to celebrate that, together, we have:
✔️ Served 1.3M people affected by
✔️ Reached ~3.1M people in 2021 across Latin America and the Caribbean
We'll be honoring 60 years of creating a hemisphere of opportunity, and we invite you to celebrate with us by following . https://www.padf.org/60-padf/
Nature-based solutions (NBS) build resilience towards the most pressing climate change challenges that disproportionately affect communities across Latin America and the Caribbean. That's why PADF is focused on closing the funding gap in NBS investments.
This , learn more about how we are promoting sustainable livelihoods, for all: http://ow.ly/6zmE50LBaws
PADF and the World Resources Institute have brought together investors, donors, and civil society to learn about and finance nature-based solutions.
that 97% of the 2.3M domestic workers in Mexico don't have written contracts or access to social security, increasing their risk to unfair treatment and economic instability? Through our work, we certified 62 domestic workers, like Maria Gabriela, so they could exercise their rights and have economic stability.
For , explore how we are advancing rights and justice, for all. https://www.padf.org/annual-reports/
"I want to be one of the best aerospace engineers at NASA, developing new technologies, artifacts and protocols that will allow us to advance and solve problems related to space and Earth.”
Through partnerships with local orgs and private sector companies like The Boeing Company, PADF is helping Colombian students like Venezuelan migrant, Sara Dona, get the skills they need to enact change in their communities and the environment. This , see how we are helping Sara realize her dream in the field.
The STEM Girl Who Will Reach the Stars EspaÃ±ol â€œThis girl will make it to NASA one day,â€ said Sara Donaâ€™s grandfather as she was growing up. At 18, Sara is well on her way to achieving her dream of being a scientist. A natural-born leader with a passion for science and space, s...
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Deforestation of protected lands in the Amazon has been linked to clandestine farming, with rural workers subjected to conditions amounting to modern slave labor. These can include long and exhausting working hours, degrading conditions, and confiscation of personal documents. In Brazil and throughout the region, we must work to prevent forced labor, protect victims, and support governments in prosecuting these crimes. #AmazonRainforestDay
Over the last four years, PADF and local partners in 🇬🇹 Guatemala have worked together to combat trafficking in persons, which affects primarily children, women, indigenous populations, and the LGBTQI+ community. #EndHumanTrafficking
We must work together to combat the crime of human trafficking. How can children and young people survive and overcome this experience? Sayra Maldonado, a trafficking survivor and community volunteer facilitator in Huehuetenango, Guatemala, shares her story. #EndHumanTrafficking
Sandra Flores is a small business owner in #ElSalvador. Here, she shares her story to raise awareness about the root causes of migration in the Northern Triangle of Central America and the possibility for sustainable reintegration into the labor market.
#ClimateChange is creating more unpredictable and extreme weather throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Extreme weather increasingly devastates lives and people’s ability to earn a living. We may not be able to prevent extreme weather from happening, but we can take steps to make the effects less severe. PADF is working to reduce disaster risks through training and education, technology, and investments in innovative solutions to strengthen climate and disaster resilience to create a hemisphere of opportunity, for all.
Did you know you can make a bouquet of flowers out of used bottles? Today, PADF and local artisan group M&F Pavee écologie recyclé are showing kids in #Haiti how to make #RecycledArt. It’s a world of possibilities, from piggy banks to hanging gardens. The kids are just starting to arrive... #Resiklepoupwotejelavi #Resikle
PADF believes in protecting the planet and creating a hemisphere of opportunity, for all. With our partner Corporacion Unsa in the Ecuadorian Amazon, we support indigenous women to create and sell crafts and jewelry with an indigenous identity. Through this project, indigenous women can access sustainable and environmentally friendly livelihoods and celebrate their community's arts and culture. To learn more, visit: https://www.padf.org/environment/ #EarthDay
Through our Mexico and Central America human rights project, PADF works to prevent migration and assist returned migrants. Our participatory approach engages local municipalities, civil society, the private sector, universities, and returned migrants who are now active in their communities. Watch our animation on the root causes of migration in the #NorthernTriangle and visit our website to learn more ➡️ https://www.padf.org/mexico-centralamerica/promoting-the-reintegration-of-migrants/
Thanks to the Carnegie Corporation of New York, PADF and the local Organization for the Rehabilitation of the Environment are supporting farmers affected by the ’21 earthquake in Camp Perrin, Haiti. Through the provision of fertilizer, seeds, and sustainable agriculture training, they are better prepared to maximize crop yields for their spring planting. This initiative contributes to #FoodSecurity and supports #SustainableLivelihoods in the South of Haiti.
Entre el 30 y el 31 de marzo, en Medios y Democracia en las Américas V, hablaremos sobre la supervivencia del periodismo en América Latina. Periodistas y defensores de la libertad de expresión de 17 países abordarán, en 5 paneles, los principales retos y oportunidades de una profesión de alto riesgo.
Quiénes han defendido la libertad de prensa desde las relatorías de Naciones Unidas y la organización de Estados americanos evaluarán la situación actual del periodismo y harán sus recomendaciones sobre qué cambios se deben implementar para que la intervención de los sistemas internacionales de derechos humanos protejan mejor a los periodistas y fomenten el periodismo como herramienta fundamental de la democracia.
En Medios y Democracia en las Américas V hablaremos sobre la supervivencia del periodismo en América Latina. Periodistas, defensoras de la libertad de expresión de 17 países abordarán en 5 paneles los principales retos y oportunidades de una profesión de alto riesgo.
We believe in a world where women can #BreakTheBias. Where they can live free of violence, follow their passions and dreams, and make their own decisions. Watch this video to learn about how PADF and women’s rights organizations work to make that world a reality. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2022
Corruption not only wastes public resources, but it also can have dangerous consequences. 🏥 Inexperienced public officials in charge of a hospital can result in poor health care for vulnerable patients. 🚫 An unfair court ruling can put an innocent person behind bars. #AntiCorruptionDay reminds us that – today and every day – we all need to say #NoToCorruption.
Over this past year, we were able to: 🌎 Reach 3.1 million people, 52% of whom were women 🤝 Partner with 5,200 organizations 😷 Provide urgent assistance to 1.3 million people affected by COVID-19 Watch and share our year-end video, which shows what we achieved in 2021, together.
🚽 #WorldToiletDay reminds us to celebrate toilets! They drive improvements in gender equality, education, economics, and the environment. PADF helped install toilets, along with urinals, handwashing stations, and a water kiosk, at the National School of Tabarre in #Haiti. “Thanks to the rehabilitation of the toilet blocks by PADF … the kids no longer pee on the floor, which usually exposes them to risks of disease and microbes. The work is very beneficial to the school, and it helps us enormously.” – Aila Joseph, school secretary To learn more about the program ➡️ https://www.padf.org/haiti/haiti-cdd-story2/
On this International Day of Sign Languages, we focus on deaf and hard of hearing migrant children who are particularly vulnerable to exclusion from educational opportunities. PADF produced a Trinidad and Tobago sign language version of its children’s book “A Story of Hope” to help young migrants adjust to a new country and culture. #WeSignForHumanRights
We believe in giving our children the skills they need for the 21st century. PADF staff share what education means to them in their work and daily lives in honor of #InternationalYouthDay. 📚 What does education mean to you? #IYD2021 👇
LIVE NOW! Watch our distinguished panelists and guests as they kick off this week's "Guyana Extractives Industry Transparency Week". If you have yet to register, it isn't too late! Register now and get more information at 👇 https://geitw.padf.org/
We believe access to food is a basic human right. In the devastating aftermath of the #COVID19 pandemic, however, an estimated 67 million people in the region are #FoodInsecure. How are we responding to this crisis? See now 👇
LIVE NOW! Our webinar, Mujeres en Movimiento, is live now w/ the Permanent Mission of Canada to the OAS. Join now to hear from experts throughout the region as we discuss risks and opportunities for Venezuelan refugee and migrant women in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
At the Pan 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
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? 👇
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!
A linear economy depletes natural resources and generates waste. To combat this, we're re-thinking this chain into a #CircularEconomy model for systemic change w/ Fundación Circular by Ichthion. See how! ⬇️ #WeAreCircular
The Pan American Development Foundation/Base Educativa y Comunitaria de Apoyo - BECA supported "Ñañemoarandu ha Ñañeñanduca - Aprendemos y nos hacemos sentir" project aims to prevent GBV for adolescents & youth in Paraguay and on the border of Brazil. Learn more about this new project, made possible by the U.S. Department of State ⬇️
#JuntasDeNorteASur (#SistersFromNorthtoSouth) seeks to identify and make visible to public institutions, civil society organizations, women’s organizations, collectives and networks that prevent gender-based violence and provide services to survivors in Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Chile. Do you know of any? If so, let us know! 👇 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Tsy9WvR4K8k_n83aL8IXQnAo2aE2KRRlTr03rb9DZRo/viewform?edit_requested=true This campaign is made possible through collaboration w/ Comisión Interamericana de Mujeres, MundoSur, and Alternativas y Capacidades AC.
The Pan American Development Foundation seeks to create a just, peaceful, and prosperous hemisphere where every person has the opportunity to thrive. PADF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established by the Organization of American States (OAS) in 1962. We partner with and enable civil society, governments, and the private sector for the greater good of the region.
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