Mission: The organization's mission is to help foster and encourage the improvement of the condition of individuals who have been affected by war or hostilities and assist in eliminating those conditions caused or aggravated by war or hostilities.
Programs: Us-cuba-reconciliation: facilitates dialogue, conducts research, participates in national and international meetings and compiles informationon obstacles to normal united states relations with cuba and the impact on people in both countries. Develops trips to cuba for us univerities, business people and others interested in strengthening people to people contact and cooperation and to assists cuban counterparts to attend us conferences. Frd created a web page http://cubapeopletopeople. Blogspot. Com that provide information to the general public about purposeful travel to cuba under new regulations established by the presidents obama and trump. Frd also produces a periodic e-mail newsletter and contributes to other blogs and publications.
us-indochina relations: facilitates dialogue, conducts research and compiles information on issues affecting the united states relationship with cambodia, laos and vietnam. This included the distribution of periodic policy papers, participating in conferences and speaking engagements, and coordinating meetings between policy makers from indochina and the us public.
I went on a trip to Cuba and needed to donate to this charity under the travel agreements with the US and Cuba. This company processed by donation twice and since January I have been trying to get a refund. It appears that John McAuliff is the only person who works at this foundation and as he has been out of the country for months no one else can help?????? I find this very disturbing that a recognized foundation only has one!!!! employee. and they can get away with double charging and holding my funds for over 90 days now. If you are going to Cuba be very careful how they charge your credit card.