List of non-profits

Translators without Borders supplies voluntary or low cost translation services to humanitarian organisations. The following is a list of some of the non-profit organizations served.

Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

The Humanitarian Academy is dedicated to educating and training current and future generations of humanitarian leaders. We aim to create a professional pathway for students and practitioners of all levels in the humanitarian space and to serve as a prototype for other academic centers of excellence in humanitarian education.

Haven Hills Inc.

Haven Hills provides safety, shelter, and support to all victims of domestic violence while working to break the cycle of abuse. We save lives, inspire change, and transform victims to empowered survivors.
We believe everyone deserves to live a life free of violence. Our vision is that all people will take personal responsibility to eradicate domestic violence in their own relationships, families and the community at large. Domestic Violence will be replaced with equality in relationships and mutual respect.

Helderberg Sunrise Rotary Club

- to do what we can do to make a difference to the lives of those people in the communityless fortunate than ourselves
-to promote our own code of conduct of ethics through Rotary's 4-way test :
. is it the truth
. is it fair to all concerned
. will it build goodwill and better friendship
. will it be beneficial to all concerned

Hellenic Red Cross MMP

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 189 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.

Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation

We support poor and disadvantaged women, men and communities in developing and transition countries in their efforts to improve their living conditions.

Through development cooperation, we support women and men in improving their livelihoods themselves
in a sustainable manner.

We promote equitable access to the resources and services necessary for life and thus contribute to overcoming the root causes of poverty. We uphold the protection and promotion of social, economic, political, environmental and cultural rights and responsibilities and seek to ensure their practical implementation.

We support our partners in engaging in development policy issues.

HOPE- HOmeless PEople

HOPE (short for HOmeless PEople) is a formal, legal organization, registered in Brussels and the next step is to get funding for future meetings and activities. The aim is to meet at least twice a year to debate homelessness and possible solutions.
The organization is meant as a supplement to the already existing NGOs by being a direct link between the homeless and these organizations as well as being their personal homeless network. We are also in the role as advocates and lobbyists for all homeless in Europe.
Our views for the future is to work to let HOPE grow to a fully fledged organization working full time to give the homeless of Europe maximal support.

HOT/Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team

The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team [H.O.T.] is a new initiative to apply the principles of open source and open data sharing towards humanitarian response and economic development. We operate both in crisis preparedness and response and in local capacity building and community strengthening

Humana People to People

Humana People to People organizations have been active for up to 32 years with long-term development projects within Education, Agriculture and Rural Development, the Fight against AIDS, Community Development, Environment and Economic Development.

Humana People to People has placed itself in the frontline of development. Being a part of civil society in many countries in good times as in bad has earned the organizations a solid reputation of seriousness in the development work among people, within the governments, in national and international organizations alike. The Humana People to People organizations have extensive experience in implementing development programs of many different kinds and under difficult conditions, in making things happen and in doing what it takes to reach the set goals. These are qualities needed in the frontline of development.

The combined efforts of Humana People to People organizations in Europe and North America and those of Africa, Asia and Latin America have resulted in more than 360 development projects in operation in the beginning of 2011. They involve 11.5 million people and have 8.300 employees in 10 countries in Africa, 3 countries in Asia, and 3 countries in Latin America. In addition to this, 13.2 million people buy clothes from the 2nd hand clothes trade in 6 countries in Africa. In 26 countries in Europe and North America, Humana People to People member organizations protect the environment through collection and reuse of second hand clothing.

Humanitarian Advisory Group

Humanitarian Advisory Group is an Australian-based social enterprise founded in 2012 to elevate the profile of humanitarian action in Asia and the Pacific. They provide a unique space for thinking, research, technical advice, evaluations and training that can positively contribute to excellence in humanitarian practice.

Humanitarian HR

HumanitarianHR is currently the only organization that focuses solely on helping aid and development agencies to strengthen their safeguarding practices. We are developing a certification process for organizations to demonstrate that they meet the highest standards in protecting vulnerable populations from sexual exploitation and abuse.