This timeline includes significant events that motivated and inspired the formation of the IFFAMPAC organization. These events developed unresolved issues that led the major focus of IFFAMPAC; The Missing. Now not only from armed conflict but a growing list of atrocities both military and civilian.
- The Cold War, Vietnam War, Granada, Panama; Noriega, Hostages of Iran, Desert Storms, Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Haiti, Falkland, Africa genocides like Rwanda, Uganda wit Idi Amine, Mandela lock up, Somalia, Apartheid, Desmond Tutu. Poland Solidarity Movement, Balkan Wars, Kosovo, Pueblo incident, 9/11/2001 – There were many more. These events in themselves produced significant number of people to be missing and unaccounted for causing strife on the families
- Our President became involved with the issue of missing people and their families. She worked with families directly, helping them to set up associations.
- List of wars 1945 – 1989
- List of wars 1990 – 2002
- List of wars 2003 – present
- February 2003 – The ICRC conference on The Missing revealed the need to unite and coordinate the work of the numerous associations of affected families in many parts of the world. Our President addressed the conference.
- April 2003 – IFFAMPAC was incorporated in the USA.
December 2005 – In Search of Answers: Effective Resolutions
- May 2006 – IFFAMPAC is appointed to the United Nations Working Group on Persons who are Unaccounted for in Connection with Events in Kosovo.
- May 2006 – The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) grants IFFAMPAC Special Consultative Status.
- May 2006 – IFFAMPAC Granted Observer Status to United Nations
- November 2006 – IFFAMPAC President Addresses United Nations Working Group
- February 2007 – IFFAMPAC is granted membership in the World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (WANGO).
- April 2007 – IFFAMPAC receives official registration papers and approval from the Kosovo government.
- June 2007 – IFFAMPAC receives official registration papers and approval from the Serbian government.
- July 2007 – IFFAMPAC becomes a member of the Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CONGO).
- December 2007 – IFFAMPAC is approved for association with the United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI).
- March 2008 – IFFAMPAC opens branch office in Pristina, Kosovo.
- March 2008 – IFFAMPAC receives official registration papers and approval from the Lusaka-Zambia African government.
- June 2008 – IFFAMPAC opens Africa branch office in Lusaka, Zambia.
- June 2008 – IFFAMPAC Africa Branch Holds Seminars for Families of the Missing in Chawama.
- September 2008 – IFFAMPAC Presents Workshop at Prestigious UN Event
- October 2008 – IFFAMPAC Distributes Exercise Workbooks to African School Children
- November 2008 – Family Reunifications of Missing Persons from Armed Conflicts in Africa
- December 2008 – IFFAMPAC President and Founder Featured Speaker at The United Nations World Family Summit +4 in Cairo, Egypt
- January 2009 – IFFAMPAC FORMATION OF FAMILY ASSOCIATIONS IS GAINING STRENGTH IN AFRICA
- January 2009 – IFFAMPAC conducted Capacity Building training sessions at its regional office in Lusaka, Zambia.