50 Years Creating a Hemisphere of Opportunity for All

Success Stories

Keep the water flowing: community managed water systems in Southeast Haiti

We stand in front of a concrete pyramid-shaped structure at the top of La Montagne’s drinking-water system that the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) built, eight miles up a bumpy road from the town of Jacmel in southeastern Haiti.

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Small Businesses for a Big Problem

ADF helps fight cholera in Haiti by working with communities to create purified water kiosks

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Turning Women Entrepreneurs into Businesswomen

This is the story of women entrepreneurs who are receiving business training through a Boeing-funded project that PADF is carrying out with local partner Acción Emprendedora, an organization that trains and support entrepreneurs

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Making Sweets, Building a Better Future

“We were caught in the middle. It was terrible. Some stayed. Some of us left,” says Rosely Robledo, 29, remembering seven years earlier when her hometown in the Chocó Department was caught amidst…

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Rebuilding Delmas 32 in Haiti

Delmas 32 put itself on the map as an example in recovery and reconstruction initiatives

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Inclusion: PRODEP Inter-CADEC Workshop 2012

ver 100 participants showed up for the 2012 Inter-CADEC Workshop of PADF’s Project for Participative Development.

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Defining Development: PRODEP and Community-Engagement

PADF-PRODEP empowers communities to be their own catalysts for development.

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A Migrant’s Oasis

PADF supports a shelter for vulnerable migrants in Mexico

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