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Active grantees: 3
IAF commitment: $543,010
Counterpart value: $328,410
Total investment: $871,420
Areas of emphasis: Agriculture/food production (organic), access to water, education/training, the environment, handicrafts, inclusion of indigenous people and women.

Contact information

Ginger Deason, Country Representative
Kaitlin Stastny, Program Assistant
Ana Carmona, Local Liaison

Active Grantees


Fundación de Organizaciones Campesinas e Indígenas de Veraguas
(FOCIV) will train the members of three grassroots organizations in Veraguas in agroecological practices that improve their food supply and in the skills necessary to negotiate to obtain government services. It will also help the organizations with filing to become legally constituted. The work is expected to benefit 546 Panamanians directly and 1,694 indirectly. 

Asociación para el Desarrollo Integral Comunitario (ADICO) will work with smallholder farming families in and around Cerro Pelado, Veraguas, Panama to strengthen their organization and increase community engagement. It will also promote ecologically sound methods for cultivating coffee, bananas, tubers, rice, and diverse vegetables for family consumption and to sell in local and regional markets to improve household incomes. The project will directly benefit 160 individuals and indirectly benefit 188 more.

Asociación de Profesionales y Técnicos Ngäbe-Buglé de Bocas del Toro (APROTENG-B) works with the Cooperativa de Servicios Multiples Ngäbe-Cémaco, R.L. and its members to improve cacao production, diversify agricultural production, and increase family income through workshops, farmer-to-farmer exchanges, and youth training.