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.


Saving lives of mothers and babies, as well as improving the care given to mothers and babies, through training of midwife teachers, midwives and health extension workers
We are a team of midwives based in the UK who all have experience in various capacities of working with midwives and other health workers in Ethiopia. We have a shared passion to contribute in some way to improving maternal health globally, helping others and maintaining new friendships.
We believe in the benefits of sharing knowledge and skills and supporting our Ethiopian colleagues. We are keen to understand the challenges that our colleagues in Ethiopia face, understand the difficulties for families in Ethiopia and to create strong links.

Mind in Camden

Mind in Camden is a mental health charity providing support, training & consultancy to benefit people of all ages who struggle with mental health problems.

Mineke Foundation Liberia

Mineke Foundation seeks to carry on the work of the Liberian Dabwe Wiah and his Dutch wife Mineke Muilerman (missing since the Liberian civil war) in Liberia. The Foundation was founded in 2009 by their daughter Tonia.

The Foundation focuses on the social and economic development of Dabwe Town, Liberia. Projects include: the renovation of the Damiefa primary school, a youth club, and vocational & entrepreneurial training for youth and women (currently: soap making and pastry/baking).

Missing Children of Europe

Missing Children Europe is the European Federation for Missing and Sexually Exploited Children
We help develop effective child protection systems that prevent, protect and support children from going missing.

Missing Children of Europe - Children in Migration

New Project from Missing Children

Mixed Migration Platform MMP

The Mixed Migration Platform (MMP) is a joint NGO initiative providing quality mixed migration-related information for policy, programming and advocacy work, as well as critical information for people on the move. The platform, which also acts as a mixed migration information hub for the Middle East, has been jointly established by seven partner organisations.

The initiative aims to:

• promote research, data sharing, and information management on mixed migration
• actively inform policy relevant to mixed migration
• highlight regional patterns and trends
• provide a hub for, and disseminate information on, mixed migration to, from and within the Middle East
• provide quality information to people on the move to enable informed decision making

Mobile Info Team

Mobile Info Team are dedicated to helping refugees in Greece access information about their legal status and rights.

Mosaik Education

Refugees, asylum seekers, displaced people and conflict-affected communities are able to access,
shape and lead the education they require for rebuilding their societies or for integration and
success in new ones.

Motu - Human Rights Measurement Initiative

The world doesn’t currently have a simple, transparent way to monitor how people are treated. This is a problem. When something is not measured, it is easily overlooked and undervalued.

The Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI) fills this gap. We will produce a free easy-to-access database of metrics, summarising human rights performance in countries around the world. With a good set of measures it will be easier to improve human rights.

We aim to be comprehensive by producing metrics that cover the full range of rights embodied in international law, particularly the collection of international treaties known as the International Bill of Human Rights.

MSF Brussels

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. MSF offers assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.

Our actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of neutrality and impartiality.