Congo Republic Guinea-Bissau Central African Republic IPHD Headquarters Some Private Donor Support Note: This does not include some of the individual fund-raising donations and Combined Federal Campaign income. Nor does it include ocean freight costs for medical and some of the other shipments.
Note: Values vary depending on what each shipment contains. For example, the shipment of 0.3 MT valued at $768,000 was a shipment solely composed of high value antibiotics. Medical supplies have been donated to IPHD from CMMB and Medical Missionaries.
Beginning in 1999, IPHD undertook its first malaria prevention activities by including in its health and nutrition program in Equatorial Guinea talks on the care and treatment of children who have malaria. A total of 180 village workshops were held over the next 3 years in that country, attended by approximately 60,000 people. The IPHD
USAID International Food Relief Partnership Program USAID NON-FOOD AID FUNDING SUPPORT (1999-2015) U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT FUNDING ADDITIONAL U.S. GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IPHD did not receive any overhead from U.S. Government grants prior to 2004.
UNICEF contributions – Guinea-Bissau Congo Republic Government Funding Ministry of Education: Ministry of Agriculture: Total Ministry of Agriculture In-kind Contribution Presently, IPHD/Congo produces enough corn for school lunches and a surplus for local markets. Other Congo contributions: In addition to the above IPHD produces corn, manioc, some soybeans and potatoes for school lunches. A
IPHD HEADQUARTERS Year UN Agency Amount US$ Project Description IPHD Input Beneficiaries 1995/97 UNFPA 110,000 Natural Family Planning Breastfeeding Study in 5 Latin American Countries 85,000 TOTAL 110,000 85,000 – SOME PRIVATE DONOR SUPPORT Year Country Donor Amount US$ Project Description Beneficiaries 1983/92 Mexico Msgr. Lino Gussoni 1,050,000 IPHD/Mexico Program
IPHD has had 9 International Food Relief Partnership (IFRP) Programs with a total value of $2,706,000 reaching 149,359 beneficiaries (children, women and refugees) with USAID. Children in the Republic of Congo Enjoying Breedlove Pro-Harvest Dehydrated Soup USAID NON-FOOD AID FUNDING SUPPORT (1999-2011) IPHD’s largest single program with USAID was an $11 million Winter Heat Assistance
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 Partnership for Human Development)
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
With funding from the U.S. State Department, IPHD ( ) under took a project to prevent the trafficking of children in Guinea Bissau and to facilitate reinsertion to family life of returned child victims. The project was carried out between 2011 and 2013 with the help of IPHDÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s local NGO partner AMIC (AssociaÃƒÂ§ÃƒÂ£o dos Amigos