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

Small loans / Grants

Small loans / Grants Loans for Income Generation Farmers Over 35,000 farmers have received loans from IPHD to improve their agricultural production.  Loan funds were developed, mainly with the help of USDA funds from monetizing food aid in Equatorial Guinea, Guinea Republic, Central African Republic, Congo Republic, and Mexico.  The largest loan funds were in

Food for Progress

 Between 1996 and 2006, IPHD managed and implemented 22 USDA Food for Progress agreements in 7 countries: Romania, Moldova, Equatorial Guinea, Congo Republic, Nigeria, Guinea and Guinea Bissau.  These 22 programs had a combined total of 100,254 metric tons of USDA food aid and a value of $79,795,339, including local and IPHD contributions. A total

Food for Education

IPHD Food for Education Programs Supported by USDA Since IPHD began its school lunch program in 2001 under the USDA McGovern-Dole Food for Education Program, IPHD has distributed 119,868 metric tons of U.S. food, and over 4,100 metric tons of locally purchased or locally contributed foods. IPHD provided American food commodities donated by USDA annually to

Anti-trafficking - Guinea-Bissau

Anti-trafficking in Guinea-Bissau

Programs to Eliminate Trafficking of Women and Children (modern day slavery) in Guinea-Bissau   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


FARMER FOOD BANKS In order to improve the livelihood of subsistence farmers in Africa, IPHD began a Food Bank Program in the Republic of Guinea, Central African Republic, and the Republic of Congo. Farmers in predetermined geographical regions are organized into groups or cooperatives in order to market their crops to an IPHD-sponsored food bank.



Board William M. Pruzensky, Ph.D., President Daniel E. Shaughnessy, Treasurer Susan Langley, Secretary   Members: Gilbert R. Irwin, M.D. Brenda Bowman Marianne E. Mount, Ph.D. Colby W. Prevost   Board Resource Person:  Cristian L. Balan


Food for Progress Food for Education Section 416(b) Programs to Eliminate Trafficking of Women and Children Agriculture Small loans / Grants HIV / AIDS Malaria Prevention USAID Programs Other U.S. Government Support International Organizations and Local Government Support Partnerships Private Donor Support

About Us

The International Partnership for Human Development (IPHD) was founded and incorporated in 1983 as an international non-profit organization to help people achieve their true potential through economic, social, and cultural self-development. The IPHD was created in order to respond to the unmet needs of the poor and the efforts of those who aspire to remove