This is the second video in our series that follows our grantee partners working to build peace in Colombia. Cosurca is one of 18 grassroots organizations in Colombia that we support to explore and to participate in building peace in their regions. They are a cooperative of coffee producers in the Cauca region.
Our grantee partner alum Servicios Multiples de Techologias Apropriadas (SEMTA) works in three municipalities in the Pacajes department of the Bolivian altiplano region to improve farmers’ access to and conservation of water.
In an effort to improve relief efforts to deadly events such as Hurricanes, it is very appropriate to ask questions like, were donor responses and financial resources adequate?
We’re participating in the UN’s International Women’s Day #BeBoldForChange campaign. We at the IAF remain moved by the question: what if the world truly stepped up to take bold action for a more gender-inclusive society?
Today, March 3, we at the Inter-American Foundation (IAF) join with the United Nations to celebrate World Wildlife Day. We have a long history of supporting organizations throughout Latin America and the Caribbean working in a wide variety of ecological settings and crafting imaginative solutions to guarantee the coexistence of wildlife and people.
From February 26 to March 4, 2017 we at the IAF stand with the volunteer agency to celebrate Peace Corps Week. We share a long history with the Peace Corps not only in solidarity because of similar goals but also as a virtual magnet for former volunteers and staff.
A recent global summit in South Africa served as a good reminder of our own institutional history in funding community philanthropy in Latin America.
In El Salvador, vermicomposting is a hands-on activity for Jorge Martín of IAF grantee partner alum Fundación para el Fomento de Empresas de Recolección y Tratamiento Ambiental de los Desechos Sólidos de Ilopango (ABAILOPONGO).
Quilombo Santana, a community of African descendants who share a common history, heritage and territory, is one of about 25 quilombolas in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. IAF support to Federação das Industrias do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (FIRJAN) helped to finance project activities in Santana that included building a wheel allowing delivery of water for irrigation and household use.
Today is UNESCO’s World Radio Day, and we participate at the Inter-American Foundation (IAF) by celebrating our grantee partners whose grassroots efforts fuel change in their communities using radio as their medium.