Civic and Community Relations

Management Donations

Last Updated: August 05, 2013

When traveling to member countries, Fund Management often visits social projects and makes donations to charitable organizations. Donations are made on behalf of the Fund's Civic Program, to respond to specific humanitarian needs.

Rodrigo de Rato in Kasisi Children 's Home, Zambia

Rodrigo de Rato in Kasisi Children 's Home, Zambia

"It is a great opportunity for me, as the IMF Managing Director, to come into personal contact with what are clearly Zambia 's growing needs. . . . It shows us new perspectives of what the challenges are in Zambia," Mr. de Rato said.

 

Rodrigo de Rato visiting a primary education learning center in New Delhi, India

Rodrigo de Rato visiting a primary education learning center in New Delhi, India

 

Anne Krueger visiting Little Sisters of St. Francis, in Nairobi, Kenya, a non-profit organization which educates young girls, some of them street children and orphans.

Anne Krueger visiting Little Sisters of St. Francis, in Nairobi, Kenya, a non-profit organization which educates young girls, some of them street children and orphans.

 

Takatoshi Kato visiting a Centro de Acolhimento Arnaldo Jansen, in Luanda, Angola. The center provides education and job training for street children and orphans.

Takatoshi Kato visiting a Centro de Acolhimento Arnaldo Jansen, in Luanda, Angola. The center provides education and job training for street children and orphans.

 

Rodrigo de Rato visiting PENNAT (Programa Educativo del Niño, Niña y Adolescente Trabajador), in Guatemala.

Rodrigo de Rato visiting PENNAT (Programa Educativo del Niño, Niña y Adolescente Trabajador), in Guatemala.

Other Management Donations to....

Equatorial Guinea - SOS-Kinderdorf International provides a permanent home for orphan children and youth.

Guatemala - PENNAT, runs a school inside the largest open-air market in Guatemala City, where the childrens ' parents work.

HondurasEl Cielo runs social projects on youth –former gang members – reintegration.

Grenada - Grenada Boys Secondary School provides education to children.

PakistanEdhi Foundation provides shelter, education and other social services.

Zambia - Kwasha Mukwenu Women 's Group, provides food, clothes, skills training, primary and secondary education, parental care, and counseling to over 2,000 HIV/AIDS orphans.

Mozambique - Cooperative Eduardo Mondlane, provides self-sustainable work to women farmers.

Cambodia - Room to Read, runs a library for children and youth.

Madagascar - Conseil de Developpement d 'Andohatapenaka, provides education, training and health services to children and adults in the poorest parts of Antananarivo.

Benin - Institut des Filles de Marie Auxiliatrice, provides shelter, food, education and medical care to girls who have escaped from trafficking, slavery, or other serious abuse.

ChadOure Cassoni refugee camp, provides health services to refugees.

Niger - Coordination des Organisations Non Gouvernementales et Associations Féminines Nigériennes, provides food relief, medication, and improved seeds to women who raise cattle.

Nigeria - Wagoje, provides training and rehabilitation to homeless people.

India – A learning center provides primary education for children and Sahara Michaels Care Center, provides HIV/AIDS hospice services.