PFP

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AcronymDefinition
PFPPartnership For Peace
PFPProfile Picture
PFPPolicía Federal Preventiva (Spanish: Federal Preventive Police, Mexico)
PFPPeople First Party (Taiwan political party)
PFPPlaces for People (various locations)
PFPPastors for Peace (various locations)
PFPPay for Performance
PFPPeace and Freedom Party
PFPPolytechnic Foundation Programme (Singapore)
PFPPersonal Financial Planner
PFPPink Floyd Project (band reproduction)
PFPPlutonium Finishing Plant
PFPProgressive Federal Party (South Africa)
PFPPrivate for-Profit (healthcare)
PFPPhiladelphia Folklore Project (Philadelphia, PA)
PFPPassive Fire Protection
PFPPersonal Fitness Professional (magazine)
PFPPhysical Fitness Program (various organizations)
PFPPrepared for Print (fabrics)
PFPPrearranged Funeral Plans (Iowa)
PFPPatellofemoral Pain
PFPPorno for Pyros (band)
PFPPersonal Fundraising Page (website)
PFPPooled Fund Program (US DOT)
PFPPartners for Progress
PFPPrincipal Fellows Program (North Carolina)
PFPPrimate Freedom Project (various locations)
PFPPicture for Proof
PFPPitcher's Fielding Practice (baseball)
PFPPartnership for Prevention
PFPPartial Factor Productivity
PFPProgram Financial Plan (various organizations)
PFPPennsylvania Farmworker Project (Philadelphia, PA)
PFPPedals for Progress
PFPPhoenix Fight Promotions (mixed martial arts promoter)
PFPPlanned Furniture Promotions
PFPProgrammable Functional Panel (US NASA)
PFPPistols for Pandas (fictitious group)
PFPPeak Firing Pressure (combustion engine)
PFPParis France Paramoteur (French paramotor company)
PFPParticipant Funding Program (Canada)
PFPPacific Flyway Population
PFPPhysicians for Peace Foundation (Norfolk, VA)
PFPProximity Fuze Programmer
PFPParallel Fan Powered (Vav Box)
PFPPrecision Fiber Products (fiber optic products; Milpitas, CA)
PFPPartners for Prosperity (Canada)
PFPProgram Forecast Period
PFPPost Fermentation Process
PFPProtection from Poison (gaming)
PFPPreston Foot Patrol (UK)
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He serves as president of the board of the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), the parent organization of Pastors for Peace, which sponsors the caravan.
He practiced and taught pediatrics for 35 years and long ago joined the Cuba solidarity movement, working with Let Cuba Live of Maine, Pastors for Peace, and the Venceremos Brigade.
Fresno WILPF members joined with the 24th Pastors for Peace U.S.-Cuba Friendship Caravan in July to help rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy.
Wearing his traditional olive green shirt, Fidel was seen in TV images at the ceremony and later speaking with people including religious leaders and members of the US-based group Pastors for Peace. The outing was the seventh public appearance for the former Cuban leader in three weeks after a long period of reclusion, but he did not attend the main event and speeches marking the national holiday.
Customs officials confiscated five computers bound for Cuba that had been donated by Canadians through Pastors for Peace.
Despite swirling rumors of ill health due to his absence from public view since July 2006, images released on his birthday Thursday showed Fidel Castro flanked by a group of US clerics belonging to the Pastors for Peace organization that visited Cuba July 24 to August 3.
He was active in the Central American peace movement and works with Pastors For Peace in delivering humanitarian aid to foreign countries.]
Pastors for Peace, the New York group that organizes the caravan, has high standards: "This is not an opportunity to clean out junk from garages or basements," the Pastors website states.
They sang for Pastors for Peace when they came to town.
seizure of a Pastors for Peace bus destined for Cuba.
After Wounded Knee, the American Indian Movement had the same problem with all the non-Indians running around looking for the revolution." Gilbert singles out Pastors for Peace, a Chicago-based group that has led twelve human-rights-observer delegations and five material-aid caravans to Chiapas since February 1995.
Pastors for Peace is a special ministry of the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), and was created in 1988 to pioneer the delivery of humanitarian aid to Latin America and the Caribbean.