The Indigenous Peoples Alliance for Rights and Development (IPARD)
IPARD is a global development alliance convening multi-sector partners to secure Indigenous Peoples’ rights, strengthen capacities and catalyze economic self-development.
It is implemented by the FSC Indigenous Foundation (FSC-IF) and was created and is currently funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) with private sector partners.
Indigenous Women's Economic Empowerment Initiative (I-WEE)
I-WEE is an IPARD initiative that aims to promote the economic empowerment of Indigenous women and girls in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador by strengthening their skills and abilities, generating enabling environments for their active participation and advocacy, and strengthening productive initiatives led by Indigenous women.
Inclusive Development Activity for Mission Support (IDAMS)
To support the inclusion of vulnerable and marginalized groups to ensure that all people can benefit from the development process, we are working hand-in-hand with partners and USAID’s Inclusive Development Hub, by providing support to their Missions and Operating Units in assessing the needs of, engaging with, and supporting the priorities of Indigenous Peoples around the world.
Transboundary Cooperation for the Environmental Sustainability of Watersheds.
The project, financed by the European Union’s Triangular Cooperation Program ADELANTE 2, will adapt a transboundary watershed governance model through knowledge exchange activities and incorporation of practices and knowledge of Indigenous groups and local communities to promote the conservation and sustainable use of ecosystems located in international watersheds.