We provide direct funding to civil society organizations and networks to strengthen community development efforts across Latin America and the Caribbean.
A just, peaceful, and prosperous Latin America and Caribbean region in which all people have meaningful opportunities to thrive.
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In El Pino, creative expression, environmental conservation and tourism are helping young people generate income, build valuable life skills and consider staying in their community as a viable long term option.
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Partnering is at the heart of the IAF model… and we want to partner with you today!
How one researcher found gender dynamics to be a central factor to understanding work in the field.
The IAF's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan.
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The IAF's 2018 Annual Report.
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Conditions in the Moskitia region are ideal for cacao production, but challenges threaten the industry.
People who return to their towns after years abroad find few opportunities for social, economic, and cultural reinsertion.
RedEAmérica is accepting nominations for its 2018 Premio Transformadores.
NPR’s journalists John Burnet and Marisa Peñaloza presented two feature stories about Guatemalan migration to the U.S., which included IAF’s efforts in the country.
Many Mexicans will never forget the moment a 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook the country last year, but they will re build— and become more resilient.
Talk about community-led development!