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.

Terre des hommes MMP

Terre des hommes has been working in Greece and the Balkans to protect thousands of children and their families seeking refuge in Europe. Having fled war and in fear of their lives, they are in great need of support when they reach our borders. We offer them counselling, basic necessities and protection services.

Terre des Hommes Schweiz

terre des hommes schweiz is a development aid organisation. It supports economic, political and social self-determination for people in developing countries. The main target group for our work in ten countries in Africa and Latin America is young people.

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The Alliance For Child Protection In Humanitarian Action

We are a network composed of registered non-profit organizations. UNICEF and Save the Children is currently staffing the Secretariat.

The Dominican Republic Education And Mentoring Project

We believe that quality, early and continuing education is the most effective way to break the cycle of poverty and change destinies. Our mission is to run inclusive, sustainable education programs for children and youth in the Dominican Republic that can be replicated throughout impoverished global communities.

Our vision is that all children born in the Dominican Republic have the opportunity to receive an education and learn to their full potential. It is our hope that our efforts can be multiplied to allow the opportunity for every child’s gifts and challenges to be met with support. It is our goal to break the cycle of poverty and change people’s destinies. It is our dream that the world will be a better place for the children and families of the next generation.

The Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN)

Our purpose is to strengthen the evidence and know-how for effective nutrition interventions in countries prone to crisis and high levels of malnutrition.
The ENN enables nutrition networking and learning to build the evidence base for nutrition programming. Our focus is communities in crisis, typically humanitarian emergencies, and where undernutrition is a significant chronic problem.
We consider both nutrition-specific programming, such as management of acute malnutrition, and nutrition sensitive programming, that involve sectors such as social protection, agriculture, health, and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
•We capture and exchange experiences of practitioners through our Field Exchange and Nutrition Exchange publications and our online technical forum.
•We undertake research and reviews where evidence is weak.
•We broker technical discussion where agreement is lacking, such as MUAC and WHZ scores as indicators of SAM.

The Evidence Project/RAISE Health

The Evidence Project is using implementation science—the strategic generation, translation, and use of evidence—to improve family planning policies, programs, and practices. Through implementation science, the Evidence Project will pinpoint how family planning and reproductive health services can operate more effectively, equitably, and at scale. It will highlight and address barriers to contraceptive access and use. Working with stakeholders, the project will foster the application of this evidence to health systems, with the goal of improving service delivery and access to vital information and contraceptives—critical elements for reducing unmet need and unintended pregnancies around the world.

The Global Health Network

The primary goal of The Global Health Network is to provide an open collaboration which will help to transform clinical research skills and knowledge in developing countries by providing free access to guidance, resources, training and career support and recognition – thereby promoting more and better research so as to help alleviate disease burdens in all settings.

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

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.