Business Institute of the Americas Foundation
Social and humanitarian foundation
From Panama we work for the welfare of the peoples of the Americas. We are a young organization. Since 2018 we have been working to bring a light of hope to many people in need.
Our non-governmental organization was born in the heart of America, in Panama, in 2018. Duly regulated and accredited by the Panamanian State. With legal status and Public Registry ID, RUC number: 25036235-3-2018.
The Business Institute of the Americas Foundation is a Non-Profit, NGO organization. The Foundation’s focus is on education, social welfare, humanitarian aid, sustainable tourism, environment, and animal welfare. We are committed to the development of humanity on all fronts.
Our NGO strives to attack poverty through education and diverse community based programs. We seek to provide our humanitarian and social aid to the poor marginalized indigenous communities.
Currently the Foundation is focused on the welfare of indigenous populations that reside in the border communities along the Costa Rican – Panamanian division.
Specifically we center the intent of our aid on the indigenous children, fomenting their futures. Along the border region of both countries the indigenous people of the Gnöbe Bugle Tribe battle with poverty, aggravated by their isolated geographical location, social indifference and discrimination. However, we also assist other indigenous groups in central Panama. Like the Emberá and Guna tribes. Those who receive assistance in tourist care.
Our organization seeks to assist these children and their families providing nutrition, clothing, footwear, cleaning supplies, school supplies, school uniforms and now face mask.
We Love All People
We also, maintain a support program focused on another extremely vulnerable groups, Immigrant and Refugees. Both continental and inter-continental. Refugees arrive from various countries in Latin America. Additionally found in condition of need along the national borderline are the Migrants passing through. Children and their families arriving principally from Haiti and Africa.
They arrive in desperate need of nourishment, given the grave effects caused by the current worldwide health and economic crisis.
These include special sub-groups such as men scaping persecution in their home countries due to civil violence, and women and children running from lives of mistreatment and abuse in their native lands. These are people almost always with origins in the most impoverished and undereducated regions of the world.
Our goal in the future is to be able to work for human development and advancement through the Latin American region through the prosperity of a diversity of programs in various countries.
“Work for human development on all fronts”.
“To become a national and international reference for a non-profit organization.”