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.

Independent Commission for Oxfam

Independent Commission for Oxfam

Infectious Diseases of Poverty

The journal of Infectious Diseases of Poverty aims to build on the “One health - One world” approach to publish original and empirical work, including scoping reviews and original articles on trans-disciplinary research to combat the infectious diseases which affect mainly the poor populations. Our objectives are to: (1) review a wide range of topic areas, methods and strategies aiming at to essential public health questions related to the IDPs; (2) identify and assess the research base underlying important current and future public health options, choices and decisions in relation to the IDPs; (3) identify and highlight information divergencies and research gaps that hinder progress towards new interventions for particular public health problems; (4) facilitate the much needed dialogue between policy makers, public health practitioners, control staff and academic researchers and their donors; and (5) provide an advocacy platform for the translation of new knowledge into policy, propose research priority settings, and promote large-scale programmes to combat the IDPs.

Innovations For Poverty Action

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) is a research and policy non-profit that discovers and promotes effective solutions to global poverty problems. IPA brings together researchers and decision-makers to design, rigorously evaluate, and refine these solutions and their applications, ensuring that the evidence created is used to improve the lives of the world’s poor.


INQUEST is the only charity providing free expertise on state related deaths and their investigation to bereaved people, as well as advising lawyers, agencies, the media and parliamentarians. Our specialist casework includes death in police and prison custody, immigration detention, mental health settings and deaths where wider issues of state and corporate accountability are in question. We are reliant on donations and grants, without which we could not carry on our vital work for truth, justice and accountability.

INSP (International Network of Street Papers)

We support 113 street paper projects in 36 countries in 23 languages. Our primary goal is to increase the impact and sustainability of the global street paper network to alleviate poverty & homelessness. With a combined readership of 6 million per edition, street papers provide an innovative solution to urban homelessness and unemployment. At any one time there are approximately 12,800 vendors selling street papers around the world. Through selling these papers, socially excluded people are able to make money and to reconnect to their communities. Our INSP News Service covers a broad range of stories about social justice, as well as those of cultural interest.

Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG)

Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG), hosted by IOM and UNHCR, is coordinating the overall Rohingya Refugee Crisis. ISCG facilitates timely, coordinated, need-based and evidence-driven humanitarian assistance for efficient use of resources and to avoid duplication. Situation reports and 4W (Who, doing what, where), maps and data is regularly produced and updated. ISCG has just completed Joint Response Plan for 2018.

Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)

INEE is a network of more than 13,000 individual members and 130 partner organizations in 190 countries. INEE members are practitioners working for national and international NGOs and UN agencies, ministry of education and other government personnel, donors, students, teachers, and researchers who voluntarily join in the work related to education in emergencies. INEE exists for and because of its members.

International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care

At IAHPC we are dedicated to the promotion and development of palliative care throughout the world. Surf our website to learn more about what we do and about palliative care, search our global palliative care directories and find ways in which you can help us achieve our mission.
Our vision is universal access to high-quality palliative care, integrated into all levels of healthcare systems in a continuum of care with disease prevention, early diagnosis and treatment, to assure that any patient’s or family caregiver’s suffering is relieved to the greatest extent possible.

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

The ICRC, established in 1863, works worldwide to provide humanitarian help for people affected by conflict and armed violence and to promote the laws that protect victims of war. An independent and neutral organization, its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Conventions of 1949. Based in Geneva, Switzerland, it employs some 12,000 people in 80 countries; it is financed mainly by voluntary donations from governments and from national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies.

International Federation of Centers for Training in Active Education Methods (Ficeméa)

The International Federation of Centers for Training in Active Education Methods (Ficeméa) regroups 42 organizations present in Europe, South America, Africa and the Indian Ocean.
For the last sixty years, our Federation has been working to promote active education working towards change in social and educational practices.
Active education aims at the emancipation of individuals throughout their life, including training in the quality of citizenship, in order to promote a democratic life. Transforming educational practices enables new relationships between individuals to emerge and enhances civil society. Thinking about active education can only happen in an international setting which places humanism at the heart of politics. Active education is based on freedom of initiative and of expression, creativity, an emphasis on feelings and personal development.