Detail of Information
ដៃគូសំរាប់អភិវឌ្ឍន៍ ( )
Partners for Development (PFD)
Type : International NGOs
Gpp : Never
Director/Country director :
Ccc Box :
Po Box : 551
Phone Number : (855) 23-213335/216802
Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Head Quarter Phone Number : (301) 608-0426
Head Quarter Website : www.pfd.org
Head Quarter Email : email@example.com
Head Quarter Address : 8630 Fenton Street, Suit 613, Silver Spring, MD 20
Head Quarter Country : United States of America
Province : Phnom Penh
District : Chamkar Mon
Commune : Boeng Keng Kang Muoy
Village : Ou Thum
PFD is a US based international organization and recognized by the U.S. government to be a private, non-sectarian, charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is a registered and accredited organization with the US Agency for International Development and the US Department of Agriculture. These major US government donors have repeatedly demonstrated their confidence in PFD’s program approaches and competency.
Partners for Development (PFD) has worked with a wide range of communities throughout the world to improve the lives of the vulnerable and underserved. Its original staff initially worked within an emergency response organization and provided grant management services to Action Contre la Faim (Action Against Hunger) for programs in Sudan, Liberia, Ethiopia and Sierra Leone. Independent programs started between 1992-94 and included work in Somalia, Cambodia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Rwanda. PFD retains considerable experience with rehabilitation and recovery from complex emergencies, and its largest current program is Nigeria which is unfortunately bedeviled with political violence in the central/north area from Boko Haram and in the Niger Delta. PFD is operational in all these volatile parts of Nigeria. While still capable of providing emergency or rehabilitative assistance, PFD more often works with local partners on longer-term development. With its local partners, PFD has addressed issues relating to poverty, malnutrition, and preventable diseases through integrated activities in public health, safe drinking water and sanitation, secure livelihoods, and agricultural development. All PFD programs emphasize local partner participation through training programs, provision of technical assistance, and enhancement of non-governmental organization capabilities.
Working with vulnerable and underserved populations in developing countries to improve their quality of life.
PfD’s staff and volunteers work in partnership with local and international groups to improve quality of life for vulnerable people in underserved communities. We envision a more just, peaceful, and environmentally sustainable world, and seek to empower people by increasing their access to training, education, and resources to create more vibrant and resilient communities, with more accountable leadership. PfD is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.