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.

War Child

Strengthening Inclusion and Meaningful Participation

War Child R&D Department

Strengthening Inclusion and Meaningful Participation

Water & sanitation Rotarian Action Group (Wasrag)

Improving life and livelihood among poor people in the developing world by helping them gain access to safe water and sanitation.

WiRED International

WIRED International is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization that provides vital medical information and education to underserved communities in regions challenged by war, poverty and dislocation. WiRED's Community Health Information Libraries offer medical and health information enabling physicians and nurses, community health workers and ordinary people in developing areas of the world to address the prevention and treatment of infectious and non-communicable disease. All WiRED's resources—online and on portable media—are cost-free to users.

Women Enabled International (WEI)

Women Enabled International works at the intersection of women’s rights and disability rights to advocate for the rights of women and girls with disabilities in collaboration with women with disabilities rights organizations and women’s rights organizations worldwide. Through such collaborations, WEI fosters cooperation between organizations of women and girls with disabilities and mainstream women's rights organizations for understanding, cross-cutting advocacy, and the advancement of all women and girls. WEI also focuses on human rights programming and training in developing and post-conflict countries, as well as consulting for international organizations, governments, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), to ensure the inclusion of women and girls with disabilities in national and international policy and development program design and implementation.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)

WILPF's primary goal is building sustainable peace. In practice, we try to get their by analyzing peace and security issues from a gender perspective.
Our signature 'integrated approach' recognizes that issues of disarmament, human rights, environment and social justice cannot be tackled as separate issues, as they are now dealt with in artificially separated international fora.

WorDE Simulation

This is TWB's Words of Relief Digital Exchange that is being tested for rapid response in a crisis situation

World Alliance on Breastfeeding Action Berhad

WABA is a global network of organizations and individuals who believe breastfeeding is the right of all children and mothers and who dedicate themselves to protect, promote and support this right. WABA acts on the Innocenti Declaration and works in close liaison with UNICEF.

These are the specialised support arms of the WABA network. The Task Forces are:

Code Compliance
Mother Support
Men’s Initiative
Youth Initiative
Women & Work
Health Care Practices
Global Advocacy
Local Governance

World Faith

World Faith’s primary goal is to deincentivize religious violence. We do this by:
•Countering narratives of Otherism by encouraging humanization through volunteering together, and
•Addressing the underlying economic issues that make violence possible.

By mobilizing religiously diverse youth to design and implement development projects, we counter each driver of violence. We break down the narrative of conflict by creating opportunities for young people to recognize the humanity of their fellow youth while volunteering together, and provide a non-violent path for young people to make positive change in their communities.

World Health Organization (WHO)

The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is concerned with international public health. WHO have more than 7000 people working in 150 country offices, in 6 regional offices and at their headquarters in Geneva. WHO's primary role is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations’ system.

The main areas of work are:

Health systems
Promoting health through the life-course
Noncommunicable diseases
Communicable diseases
Corporate services
Preparedness, surveillance, and response

WHO's current priorities include communicable diseases, in particular HIV/AIDS, Ebola, malaria and tuberculosis; the mitigation of the effects of non-communicable diseases; sexual and reproductive health, development, and aging; nutrition, food security and healthy eating; occupational health; substance abuse; and driving the development of reporting, publications, and networking.