State of Affairs of Human Rights in Central America
Current Projects in Latin America & the Caribbean
WOMP empowers young women to become entrepreneurs, thereby improving their confidence, economic status, and well-being.
The WIND project aims to raise awareness and share information and best practices among agencies in order to better address gender-based violence in the Bahamas.
We're helping communities prevent and respond to human rights violations. The goal is to raise awareness and establish protections for vulnerable groups including internally displaced persons, migrants, women and the LGBTI community.
These regional projects are providing students and teachers with access to technology and education to compete in the global marketplace.
This project aims to increase food security in rural northwest Haiti by establishing livestock breeding centers and passing on new farming techniques and trades.
We're working in Haiti to create jobs and prepare people for the workforce.
This USAID-funded project awards grants and provides technical support to Haitian businesses, allowing them to expand their operations and increase employment.
Haiti’s Northeast and West departments routinely experience weather patterns that trigger disasters. This USAID-funded project improves infrastructure to make these communities more resilient.
The project takes a holistic approach to crime and violence prevention by working with at-riskyouth in three countries.
Through training offered to farmers, PADF encouraged the use of new, climate-smart farming techniques. The initiative helped farmers maximize crop yields and mitigate food insecurity in Guatemala.