• Relief Programs

  • Indigenous Programs

  • Treaties for World Peace

  • Historical Asset Redemption Program

  • Houses for every citizen globally


Global Infrastructure, Development & International Finance Agency



GIDIFA currently has more than thirty thousand projects in the works and is helping to fund, manage and implement thousands more programs in the Philippines and around the Globe. The primary focus of these projects is for the Infrastructure and Development of locales for the purposes of increasing the median quality of life for all of the people of the world. These Humanitarian Concerns shall always be the effort that is first and foremost for the Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency. The initial efforts seek to assist some ten percent of the world’s population or some seven hundred and fifty million families. Unfortunately, even with such an effort being fully funded and managed, it still will not fully eradicate poverty in the world today. It is believed that with the supplementary systems that have been set in place by both GIDIFA and its leadership, these programs will become more readily available for the rest of the population as the Programs and Projects age and grow. While there are Programs and Projects in a great many different areas, the following are among the most important classifications that are being pursued at present.


  • Education and the Provision for Equal Educational Opportunities Globally
  • Safe and Secure Housing
  • Physical Infrastructure
  • Corporate Ownership, Operations and Advancement with an emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Cyber and Electronic Infrastructure
  • Alternative Energy
  • Research and Development
  • Technological Research and Development
  • Sociological Assistance for the Integration of the Underclasses into Society
  • Integrated Community Development
  • Medical and Healthcare Treatment
  • Holistic Medicine
  • Medical Research and Development
  • Disaster Mitigation and Relief
  • Environmental Concerns
  • Environmental Research and Development


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