Public Partners


 
 

PRODEPUR
Haiti

Actively works to build the capacity of community organizations, encouraging them to define their own local priorities and assisting them in implementing critical interventions in the areas of health, education, micro-enterprise, and infrastructure.

 

 
 

The Resistance and Prevention Program (RAPP)
Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago
A key component of the program is to develop community-driven strategies for addressing crime, while working regionally to apply lessons learned and ensure sustainability. The ultimate goal is to identify lasting solutions to citizen security through preventive measures that avoid problems before they happen.
 

 

 
 

Caribbean Strategy Program
Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Colombia, Dominica, St. Lucia, and Suriname
This initiative seeks to engage different entities from the government, civil society and international organizations interested in promoting the social and economic development of the region.

Closing Gaps Program
Barrancabermeja, Santander Department

This program, called Cerrando Brechas or Closing Gaps, seeks to improve the quality of life for 600 residents living in extreme poverty in the municipality of Barrancabermeja, Department of Santander.

Ethnic Differentiated Focus (IRACA)
Colombia

IRACA offers technical and financial assistance to 10,000  Afro-colombian and Indigenous families to strengthen community participatory systems, recover food security through traditional agricultural practices, and to improve income.

Families in the Homeland Program
Colombia
This project is assisting more than 11,400 displaced families who have been affected by the country’s decades old civil conflict, who are voluntarily returning to their homelands, or who have been relocated to rural areas.

Human Rights Protection Project
Colombia

PADF is working to strengthen the capacity of its Human Rights Directorate through programs that provide training, technical assistance, and logistical support geared toward the prevention of rights violations, and the promotion and protection of human rights and international humanitarian rights.

Institutional Strengthening for the Victims Unit
Colombia

This program seeks to provide institutional strengthening to UARIV through activities that promote the participation of communities affected by Colombia’s armed conflict in the process of providing care, reparations, and other priorities as outlined by the Law. 

Integral Program Children and Adolescents with Opportunities
Colombia

This initiative is geared toward at-risk children and youth aged 8 through 16 years, their families, local communities, and institutions that value the protection of children in Colombia.

Justice Assistance Mobile Unit
Colombia

This nine-month long initiative will create transitional justice mechanisms and strengthen existing coordination among government institutions in order to better provide guidance, assistance, and support to victims of Colombia’s ongoing armed conflict.

Our Time is Now Program
Colombia

Our Time is Now is an initiative launched by the Ministry of Justice and Rights that seeks to prevent all forms of violence against children and adolescents by working with a national network of “justice houses”

Productive and Business Strengthening for Indigenous Communities
Colombia

This Program seeks to strengthen the productive and business aspects of indigenous communities located in 23 municipalities throughout the country by assisting them in promoting commercial activities and opening up new markets.

Rapid Response Program
Colombia
This strategy aims to reintroduce or increase governmental oversight in local governments as a way to better integrate areas that have been affected by Colombia’s decades old civil conflict.

Support to Women and Youth Affected by Armed Conflict
Colombia

This initiative will create transitional justice mechanisms and strengthen existing coordination among government institutions in order to better provide assistance and psychosocial support and guidance to women and youth who have been victims of armed conflict.

Technical Assistance Program
Colombia

This program assists people who have been displaced by Colombia’s decades old civil conflict ensuring adequate implementation of different government-led initiatives.

 

 
 
 

PRODEPUR
Haiti

Actively works to build the capacity of community organizations, encouraging them to define their own local priorities and assisting them in implementing critical interventions in the areas of health, education, micro-enterprise, and infrastructure.

PRODEPUR-HABITAT
Delmas 32, Haiti

PRODEPUR-HABITAT works to rebuild homes, clear rubble, improve community infrastructure, and create more access to basic social services as part of a plan to revitalize one of the most densely populated areas in the Port-au-Prince metro region.


 
 
 

Government of the Netherlands Program
Macarena, Colombia
The objective is to contribute to the socioeconomic development of the Macarena region by working in strengthening local institutions in the areas of government, social development and support to property rights.

 

 
 
 

Tu Voz: Campaign Against Human Trafficking
El Salvador, Guatemala City, Guatemala, and Honduras
PADF expanded its already successful Tu Voz Contra la Trata de Personas campaign from Mexico to Guatemala and other countries in the region to alert, educate, empower and support young people to achieve their goals and avoid putting their lives at risk.

 

 
 
 

Mexico Without Child Labor
Mexico

México Sin Trabajo Infantil is an innovative communication campaign aimed at eradicating child labor in Mexico by sensitizing the public about the issue, engaging them to find solutions to the problem, and encouraging them to take concrete actions through timely and effective actions.

 

 
 
 

The Multisectoral Alliance to Reduce Human Trafficking
Mexico

PADF implemented an initiative to support the Mexican government, civil society, and the private sector in their efforts to raise awareness and support prevention of trafficking in persons.

 

 
 
 

Tu Voz: Campaign Against Human Trafficking
El Salvador, Guatemala City, Guatemala, and Honduras
PADF expanded its already successful Tu Voz Contra la Trata de Personas campaign from Mexico to Guatemala and other countries in the region to alert, educate, empower and support young people to achieve their goals and avoid putting their lives at risk.

 

 
 
 

The Multisectoral Alliance to Reduce Human Trafficking
Mexico

PADF implemented an initiative to support the Mexican government, civil society, and the private sector in their efforts to raise awareness and support prevention of trafficking in persons.

 

 
 

Mexico Without Child Labor
Mexico

México Sin Trabajo Infantil is an innovative communication campaign aimed at eradicating child labor in Mexico by sensitizing the public about the issue, engaging them to find solutions to the problem, and encouraging them to take concrete actions through timely and effective actions.

 

 

Taiwan

 

Community Preparedness and Resilience
Dangriga and Hopkins, Southern Belize
Over the course of 13 months and working in close coordination with local public, private, and academic entities, PADF will carry out a multi-phased project aimed at increasing community resilience in vulnerable coastal areas in the Stann Creek District.

Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation Project
Belle Anse Arrondissement Department, Haiti

This project was an innovative crisis and risk prevention project that combined cutting edge yet cost-effective technology with community-based solutions to reduce the impact of natural disasters on communities living in Haiti.

Neighborhood-based Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction
Colonia La Canaán, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Based on the need to increase the resilience of vulnerable populations, save lives, and reduce the impact of disasters on informal settlements in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, PADF implemented this project Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Resilient Livelihoods
Georgetown, Bequia, and Cumberlan, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

On July 1, 2014, PADF began a 16-month project that links climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) with the common goal of building resilience to hazards, cutting disaster risk, and reducing vulnerability and poverty.


 
 

Promoting Human Rights and Reducing Poverty for Women and Youth
Cité Soleil, Haiti

This project supports the Haitian government in its efforts to promote human rights and poverty reduction for low-income women and youth in vulnerable situations through improved employability and integration of young people by offering them increased vocational training.

 

 
 
 

Creating Access to Better Health
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

This contribution was used to upgrade medical services at the Hospital Universitario Pedro Ernesto in Rio de Janeiro. This contribution leveraged a donation of MRI machinery from the US Government valued at $827,268.

Leveraging Effective Application of Direct Investment
Cap-Haitian, Port-au-Prince, St. Marc, Haiti
Provide technical assistance through local business service providers to support business plan development and enterprise management, so that target enterprises can attract capital, grow, create jobs, and generate income.

Youth Development and Juvenile Justice (Kari Yu!)
Paramaribo, Suriname

Kari Yu! supports youth development and juvenile justice reform through expanding opportunities for at-risk youth aged 15-24, and strengthening the juvenile justice system.

 

 
 
 

Youth Engagement Services (YES) Program
Belize City, Belize
The Youth Engagement Services (YES) program, a new 14-month initiative, is targeting youth who have limited opportunities in order to support youth-initiated micro and small businesses that increase access to jobs and encourage entrepreneurship in Belize City.

 

 
 
 

PRODEPUR
Haiti

Actively works to build the capacity of community organizations, encouraging them to define their own local priorities and assisting them in implementing critical interventions in the areas of health, education, micro-enterprise, and infrastructure.

PRODEPUR-HABITAT
Delmas 32, Haiti

PRODEPUR-HABITAT works to rebuild homes, clear rubble, improve community infrastructure, and create more access to basic social services as part of a plan to revitalize one of the most densely populated areas in the Port-au-Prince metro region.


Recent Hemispheric Public Partners

Multilateral

BID Juventud
Caribbean Development Bank
Inter-American Development Bank
Japan Social Development Fund
OPEC Fund for International Development

Organization of American States
Pan American Health Organization
United Nations Children’s Fund
United Nations Development Programme
United Nations Human Settlements Programme

United Nations Population Fund
United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH)
The World Bank
World Food Programme

 

Governments

Colombia
Administrative Unit for Territorial Consolidation
Antioquia Departmental Institute for Sports (INDEPORTES)
City of Girón
City of Barrancabermeja
City of Popayán
City of Murindó
City of Quibdó
Department for Social Prosperity (DPS)
Government of Antioquia
Government of Tolima
Government of Chocó
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Justice and Rights
Ministry of Labor
National Agency for Overcoming Extreme Poverty (ANSPE)
Presidential Agency for International Cooperation (APC Colombia)
Regional Autonomous Corporation for the Sustainable Development of Chocó (Codechocó)
Regional Autonomous Corporation for the Sustainable Development of Urabá (Corpourabá)
Unit for Comprehensive Care and Reparation to Victims (UARIV)
Dominican Republic
Association of Municipalities of the Enriquillo Region (ASOMURE)
City of Pedernales
Civil Defense, Barahona
Dominican Federation of Municipalities (FEDOMU)
Consulate of the Dominican Republic, Anse-à-Pitres, Haiti
Embassy of the Dominican Republic, Haiti
Government of Pedernales Province
Guatemala
Human Rights Ombudsman of Guatemala (PDH)

Haiti
Bureau of Monetization of Development Aid Programs (BMPAD)
Civil Defense Directorate (DPC)
Haiti Electricity (Ed’H)
Inter-Ministerial Committee for Territorial Planning (CIAT)
Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI)
Ministry of the Economy and Finance (MEF)
Ministry of the Interior and Territorial Collectivities (MICT)
Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Communication (MTPTC)
Municipality of Anse-à-Pitres
Municipality of Port-au-Prince
Municipality of Delmas
Municipality of Cité Soleil
National Directorate for Water and Sanitation (DINEPA)
South-East Department
Honduras
Local Emergency Committees (CODELs)
Municipal Emergency Committee (CODEM)
Permanent Contingency Commission of Honduras (COPECO)
Mexico
National Human Rights Commission (CNDH)
National Institute of Women (INMUJERES)
Mexican Institute of Youth (IMJUVE)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SER)
Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT)
Office of the Special Prosecutor for Crimes of Violence against Women and Trafficking in Persons (FEVIMTRA)
Special Prosecutor for Victim Assistance (PROVICTIMA)
Ministry of Labor and Social Prevention (STPS)
Netherlands
Embassy of the Netherlands, Colombia

Spain
Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECID)
Suriname
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Labor, Technological Development and Environment
Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs
Ministry of Social Affairs and Community Housing
Ministry of Justice and Police
Ministry of Education and Community Development
Competitiveness Unit Suriname
National Youth Parliament
Institute of Social Research - University of Suriname
Foundation for Labor Mobilization and Development (SAO)
Suriname Hospitality and Tourism Training Center (SHTTC)
Taiwan
Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO)
United States
Department of Defense
Department of Homeland Security
Department of State
Department of Veteran Affairs
Embassy of the United States of America, Bolivia
Embassy of the United States of America, Suriname
General Services Administration
United States Agency for International Development
United States Agency for International Development/ Limited Excess Property Program
United States Southern Command