Centro de Formación para la Paz

Region: Latin America and the Caribbean Since 2001, IPM has partnered with El Centro de Formación Para La Paz located in Ibagué, COLOMBIA is an ecumenical non-profit association, aims to social change, seeks to advance work proposals with women, adolescents, youth and children in leadership, participation, organization, comprehensive prevention and everything that contributes to the … Read more

Intercomunal de Desarrollo Económico y Social (IDES)

Region: Latin America and the Caribbean This is a community organization that is focused on children, women, and youth to strengthen food sovereignty, support traditional and alternative agriculture, preventive health actions, raise awareness in disaster prevention, support cultural and educational processes to 16 different communities through different programs: The Pig Breeding Project; The Chicken The … Read more

Arthumka Community Development Program

Region: South Asia Arthumka Community Development Program (ACDP) provides school support in the Arthumka village, Nepal, by supplying food, sports gear, and musical instruments to local children. Arthumka has also assisted in the development of the “Eye Camp” – a two-day program that consists of a general optical exam for villagers and cataract surgeries as … Read more

Women’s Nutritional Program

Region: Latin America and the Caribbean This initiative is giving local women an employment opportunity in a women’s cooperative. The women produce nutritional products to be readily available to low-income or undernourished community members. The area has long struggled with poverty and lack of adequate social services, along with environmental degradation, as poor farmers are … Read more

Women’s Community Project / Ser Mujer

Region: Latin America and the Caribbean This program works with the mothers of the children of IPM’s other Colombia-based project, Niños Trabajadores. The project works to provide economic opportunities through cooperative activities for the mothers to earn sustainable income so that they may better provide for their families. The women have received training in food … Read more