The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) announced a new climate change adaptation program funded by the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan). The Coastal Community Resiliency initiative is a multi-phased, community-based project to help prepare and protect vulnerable populations in southern Belize from extreme weather and the effects of climate change.
In late 2014, the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) sent a donation of Manna Pack meals to Guatemala in partnership with the Juan Bautista Gutierrez Foundation and Feed My Starving Children. These meals contain fortified rice with soy protein, vitamins and minerals. More than 1,200 boxes were donated, allowing the preparation of 272,160 fortified meals to help combat malnutrition.
Alliance building is increasingly more important as many development issues require governments, civil society and the private sector to work together to reach specific goals.
Since 1962, the Pan American Development Foundation has been dedicated to helping the least-advantaged in Latin America and the Caribbean. Here are just a few examples of the hard work they do to create a Hemisphere of Opportunity for All.
PADF is working to restore clean underground sources of water in Haiti damaged by the 2010 earthquake, so people will no longer have to drink contaminated river water. This is a vital step in the battle against cholera and other diseases.
PADF was featured on NBC's evening news in Washington, D.C. for their efforts to support the people of Haiti through Hurricane Tomas and the subsequent cholera epidemic. Learn about what you can do to help stem the outbreak!