IFP alumni reflect the ongoing legacy of the Ford Foundation International Fellowship Program (IFP) as a global community of leaders dedicated to social justice.
They are grassroots organizers, environmental activists, NGO founders, higher education policy makers, youth advocates, public health campaigners, and multimedia artists. They live in urban centers and isolated villages, and speak over a dozen languages combined. And while they may hold widely divergent views about the root causes and solutions for injustices in their countries, they share at least two things in common: the IFP fellowship and a deep commitment to social change.
Visit the IFP Legacy Website to learn more about the alumni as well as the program’s history, mission, model, and global network.