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IPM is committed to partnerships with women’s initiatives around the world, empowering women and bringing them together to solve community issues, improve family life, and generate income for some of our world’s most marginalized citizens.






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Mujer y Comunidad, San Francisco Libre

This program’s goal is to promote the education, health, and wellbeing of women, youth, and children, as well as human rights.

NUTRAVIDA Soya Program

This program provides low-income families with soy products to supplement their daily nutrition.

Peace Center for the Blind

The Center continues to be successful in its promotion of self-sufficiency for visually impaired members of the community, and with each year come new faces at the Center. The program offers academic and vocational training for blind Palestinian women ...

Project of Hope/Speranza II

This program seeks to address the needs of women who have gone through the trauma of having been trafficked. A group of religious women from the Congregation of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart in Nigeria run the project, providing a safe haven for Afri ...

Rieti Agricultural Training

The program's demonstration farm offers informal training to vulnerable members of the community, enabling them to gain basic skills in sustainable agriculture. The produce from the farm is then provided to the needy in the community.

SWI Calendar Project

This project supports women in a micro-enterprise initiative of calendar making. The women have discussion groups to decide on the themes that will be displayed in the Calendar.

Women’s Community Project/SER MUJER

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 ma ...

Women’s Nutritional Program

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 lac ...