At the Foundation for Post Conflict Development, we envision a world where post-conflict communities have access to maternal health and youth programs, promoting empowerment of women and children in order to support sustainable development.
Our mission is two-fold: To empower women through creating access to maternal health services, improving maternal health culture, and providing training opportunities; and to empower and engage youth by creating recreational spaces that promote inclusion, support education, and encourage positive participation in society.
The FPCD serves as a bridge between communities and organizations who are looking to improve the world, and those that need their support, to fulfill needs in priority areas related to Maternal Health and Youth Empowerment. We are therefore always looking for partners to help bring our mission forward – in-country partners to assist in our work, promotional partners to help spread the word, and funding partners to help further our projects and help more people in post-conflict nations.
The FPCD was founded in 2005 to help achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. As the international community has evolved, so has the Foundation for Post Conflict Development, as the organization’s focused shifted in 2015 to assist in fulfilling the newly defined “Post 2015 Development Agenda.”
The FPCD is officially associated with the Department of Public Information of the United Nations and submit annual reports to the UN each year.
The FPCD landmark project is the Prince Rainier III Maternity Clinic in Timor-Leste, supported by the Monaco Red Cross and inaugurated by Prince Albert II.
On the occasion of the 10 Year Anniversary of the founding of the FPCD, and in celebration of the FPCD’s global reach, a new entity has been formed: The Post Conflict Development Association of Monaco.
The Post Conflict Development Association of Monaco was formally established and recognized by the Government of the Principality of Monaco on 1 July, 2015. The Monaco Association supports the mission of the Foundation for Post Conflict Development and to the United Nations Development Agenda in the context of post conflict situations. The Monaco Association is a separate legal entity and has its own governing Council in accordance with Monaco law.