IPHD has as one of its basic objectives to promote and assist the formation of local private sector structures and organizations that serve the common good and that are freely constituted to express the aspirations of the people they serve.  IPHD also promoted the concepts of networking and collaboration with local private sector partners.  As

Other activities and information

Other Activities & Information STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS AND CONTINUITY RATES OF USING NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING (NFP) METHODS IN FOUR LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES (1995-98)Funded by the UNFPA and IPHD Researchers: William M. Pruzensky, Ph.D. Susan Langley EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This research study of modern natural family planning (NFP) methods was carried out by the IPHD (International


IPHD (International Partnership for Human Development) had two USDA/Food for Progress Agreements in Nigeria.  The first one in 2002 was to establish an agricultural training and technology center in the eastern state of Akwa Ibom.  The goal was to introduce better methods of rice cultivation and to produce quality rice.  The second agreement with USDA


The International Partnership for Human Development (IPHD) began its Moldova Program in 1994, with a first shipment of 500 metric tons of milk powder in 1995-96.  The first effort was a monetization program. Over $550,000 was raised for local food purchases to feed 5,000 children in pre-school centers, 2,000 children in orphanages, 2,000 children in


  Between 1983 and 1993, IPHD provided 265,995 metric tons of supplementary foods, donated by the U.S. Government, to one million Mexicans monthly, mainly the rural poor.  The value of foodstuffs medicines and other donations to Mexico was worth around $110 million during those years.  The IPHD program in Mexico was carried out by its

Republic of Congo

Water wells, cisterns and latrines installed with funding from USDA and UNHCR.  Seven farms created with a total of over 56 square miles in production. School lunch program for over 150,000 children. Malaria prevention program. Rehabilitated and constructed 122 primary schools.

Central African Republic

Central African Republic This USDA-supported direct feeding program targets 2,500 poor families (nearly 15,000 individuals), through hospitals, clinics, health centers, dispensaries and other health facilities. Recipients are mainly HIV/AIDS sufferers and their families, poor mothers and children 12 years of age. Most of the children helped are affected by malnutrition, diarrhea and malaria. Many of


IPHD began its humanitarian aid program in Guinea-Bissau in 2003.  Between 2003-2005, IPHD provided grants to 306 small farmers to rehabilitate their farm land following the destruction of many small farmers during the last civil war.  IPHD also put water systems into two villages, and provided food aid to 10,000 people, mainly children and the

Republic of Guinea

IPHD opened its program in Guinea in 2001.  Since then, it has provided  9,479 tons of food aid.  Total value of the program was $8.9 million in both food and project aid for development and humanitarian activities.  This includes food distribution to 11,600 children in 164 pre-school centers, funds for eight farmer food banks in