A just, peaceful, and prosperous Latin America and Caribbean region in which all people have meaningful opportunities to thrive.
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On Sunday, June 30, 2019, we join the National Museum of African American History and Culture for an event with storytellers and scholars from the United States and Latin America.
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The IAF has joined a new initiative under the U.S.-Caribbean 2020 framework to strengthen the region's capacities to thrive in the face of natural disasters.
Women Investing in Growth and Security (WINGS) is IAF two-year, $7.5 million initiative.
Our grantee partner Fundación Hijos de la Sierra Flor is bringing women together to create spaces for dialogue, exchanges and recreation.
IAF grantees in Honduras and Nicaragua share their reflections about Hurricane Mitch: how things have changed, how the work of their organizations today are responding to the long-term effects of the disaster.
IAF grantees in Honduras share their reflections about Hurricane Mitch 20 years later.
IAF grantees in Nicaragua share their reflections about Hurricane Mitch 20 years later.
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.
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.
Partnering is at the heart of the IAF model… and we want to partner with you today!
Talk about community-led development!