About PFD

With community driven programs in Africa, Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe, Partners for Development addresses local needs in health, food security, nutrition, livelihoods, climate adaptation and enterprise development.

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 PFD is proud to present our 2012 Annual Report!

 

 PFD will be represented in the 2013 Combined Federal Campaign! To contribute, PFD's CFC catalog number is 55979. 

The 2013 Combined Federal Campaign has been extended until January 15, 2014. For more information on how to include Partners for Development in your CFC contribution, go to:

http://www.opm.gov/combined-federal-campaign/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Approach

We build local capacity through helping local partners design, implement, and assess programs to the greatest degree possible. Through this approach, PFD helps develop and transfer key skills to local counterparts.

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                       In Memorium

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                      Anne Randall Johnson
                                  1957-2013

Anne Randall Johnson died early on Christmas Eve 2013, in her home in Brattleboro, Vermont, after a long illness. Partners for Development (PFD) was fortunate to have a twenty year relationship with Anne. Click here to learn more about Anne's accomplishments with PFD.

Click here to read Anne's obituary in the Brattleboro Reformer newspaper edition of December 30th, 2013.

 

Highlights: PFD Distributes Over 100,000 Insecticide Treated Nets during Largest Ever Malaria Prevention Campaign in Cambodia

A leader in innovation, Partners for Development is a winner of the  Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development program sponsored by USAID, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Grand Challenges Canada and the World Bank.  Saving Lives at Birth awarded grants to 19 nominees for groundbreaking ideas to combat issues related to technology, service delivery and demand for maternal healthcare.  To learn more about PFD’s innovative PROTECT project to save lives of pregnant women and infants in rural Cambodia, click here

PROTECT BROCHURE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

Where We Work

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 Answers to FAQ

Helping address Tanzania's energy crisis, through  US Department of Agriculture Food for Progress funding, PFD is manufacturing and distributing a clean bio energy cook stove to alleviate the environmental and economic burden of using non-renewable fuel sources. Much of Tanzania is dependent on use of wood and charcoal as the primary energy source. PFD.  The Jiko Bomba stove burns pellets made from agricultural residues and can be expected to reduce CO and particulate matter emissions by 92% compared to traditional stoves. 

 
 
Photo Gallery

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Stories

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Resources

PFD publications and links to international development information.

PFD/Tanzania

Plot No. 135
Pandit St. off Fire Road
P.O. Box 11605
Arusha, Tanzania

Tel: 011 255 768 899 898
Email: pfdtanzania@gmail.com

PFD/Cambodia

No. 26, St. 334
Sangkat Beoung Keng Kang I
Khan Chomcarmorn
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: 011 855 23 213 335
Fax: 011 855 23 213 275
Email: pfd@online.com.kh

PFD/Benin

National Lot No. 169
Quartier Patte d'Oie
Cotonou, Benin

Tel: 229 21 30 69 19

PFD/Nigeria

No. 66 Yaoundé Street
Wuse Zone 6
Abuja, Nigeria

Tel: 011 234 09 8700829