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.

Amref Flying Doctors

Vision: Better Health for young women in Africa. Mission: Amref Flying Doctors works from the Netherlands for a better health for young women in Africa. We do this by raising funds and by creating support among the public and in politics. We support Amref Health Africa in Africa with her work to strengthen communities and to create sustainable health systems. In order to give young women the health and care they have the right. We do this by creating connections, share knowledge and by lobbying. Based on the needs but especially on the strength of the African people. Our core values are openness, integrity and efficiency.

Ashinaga

ASHINAGA PROVIDES EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT TO ORPHANED CHILDREN WORLDWIDE.

Every year, 6,000 orphans receive Ashinaga scholarships. Over the past 50 years, Ashinaga has helped around 100,000 orphans fulfill their dream of attending college.

Ashinaga supports orphaned students, as well as children with a parent suffering from a physical or mental disability that prevents them from working. Our support is divided into three main fields: enabling access to education, providing emotional support, and empowering our students. These fields apply to all of our activities in Japan and Sub-Saharan Africa, including the Ashinaga Africa Initiative.

ASHOKA

• Supporting Social Entrepreneurs - Social entrepreneurs are the engines of social change and role models for the citizen sector. Ashoka identifies and invests in leading social entrepreneurs and helps them achieve maximum social impact.
• Promoting Group Entrepreneurship Groups and networks of social entrepreneurs working together accelerate and spread social impact. Ashoka engages communities of entrepreneurs and develops patterns of effective collaborations that change entire fields.
• Building Infrastructure for the Sector A global network of changemakers requires tools and support systems to deliver sustainable social solutions. Ashoka creates needed infrastructure, such as access to social financing, bridges to business and academic sectors, and frameworks for partnerships that deliver social and financial value.

Asmae - Association Soeur Emmanuelle

Asmae - Association Sœur Emmanuelle est une ONG de solidarité internationale spécialisée dans le développement de l’enfant. Indépendante, laïque et apolitique, elle est ouverte à tous.

Nos actions visent à soutenir les enfants les plus démunis et à favoriser leur autonomie, par l’éducation, la santé et l’accompagnement psychosocial.

Nous sommes présents dans 8 pays sur trois continents : Egypte, Liban, Mali, Philippines, Madagascar, Inde, Burkina Faso, et France.

Trente ans après la fondation de l’association par sœur Emmanuelle, les équipes qui ont pris la relève restent fidèles aux valeurs d’écoute et de réciprocité qui sont à la base de notre action.

Asociación CoCoSI - Comité Contra El SIDA Cabañas, El Salvador

Our primary goal at this time is to educating on non-binary gender in schools and through radio to prevent new cases of HIV, bullying and hate crimes in rural communities of Cabañas, El Salvador.
CoCoSI is the first NGO in El Salvador to formally have a Non-Binary Gender Policy. CoCoSI works in communities and the prison, with the Ministries of Health and Education.
Also, with several women’s groups formed by CoCoSI, advocate for women’s rights and educate in reproductive health rights. We work with children, adolescents and teens – from kindergarten to high school.

ATIA

ATIA, created in 2008, is member of the Inter Aide Group. It aims to implement social and economic development programs, mostly in urban areas for slumdwellers in India, Madagascar and the Philippines.
ATIA aims also to promote access for the most vulnerable to development. The programs respond to specific, vital needs. Through our various programs, our principal objective is to reinforce the capacities of vulnerable populations to allow them to participate in improving living conditions in their communities.
Priority is given to holistic activities that can lead families toward self-reliance.
The programs are all defined according to the needs of families and consist of several types:
- Access to employment: productive loans, vocational training
- Social: Support to vulnerable families, early childhood development
- Health: Micro-insurance program, fight against tuberculosis
- Education: Preschool and primary education

Barefoot College

Barefoot College is a non-governmental organization that has been providing basic services and solutions to problems in rural communities for more than 40 years, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable. These ‘Barefoot solutions’ can be broadly categorized into the delivery of Solar Electrification, Clean Water, Education, Livelihood Development, and Activism. With a geographic focus on the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), we believe strongly in Empowering Women as agents of sustainable change.

Brien Holden Vision Institute Foundation's

Brien Holden Vision Institute's goal to to reduce visual impairment caused by refractive error by working with local governments, health care systems, the eye care industry, communities and individuals to generate the commitment necessary to build sustainable and affordable vision care systems that are symbiotic and culturally acceptable for communities in need and will provide ongoing services for vision impaired people.

British Council (MMP)

The British Council is the United Kingdom's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. A registered charity: 209131 (England and Wales) SC037733 (Scotland).

British Red Cross

The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are.

We are part of a global voluntary network, responding to conflicts, natural disasters, and individual emergencies.

We help vulnerable people in the UK and abroad prepare for, withstand and recover from emergencies in their own communities.