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.

Children For Health

Children for Health promotes child-focused health education in developing countries. We use many channels to work with projects, programmes and people. All our partners want the same thing – to involve and support children as ambassadors and communicators of essential health messages with their friends and in their families and communities. This is based on two key insights: 1. That children in many communities in most countries in the world play a vital role looking after their siblings and friends, often without adult presence or supervision; and 2. That providing health information to these children in a relevant, fun and compelling way delivers immediate and lasting benefits in disease prevention and treatment in their communities.

Children of the Mekong

Children of the Mekong (“COTM”) is a London-based charity registered with the UK Charity Commission (n°1116375). It is the UK branch of “Enfants du Mekong” (“EDM”) a French charity founded in Laos in 1958 and active in 7 countries in Southeast Asia: Burma, Cambodia, China (Yunnan), Laos, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
COTM’s mission is to educate, train and mentor the poorest children and young people in the regions where it operates.

CHS Alliance

The CHS Alliance improves the effectiveness and impact of assistance to crisis-affected and vulnerable people, by working with humanitarian and development actors on quality, accountability and people management initiatives. Formed in 2015 by the merger of HAP International and People In Aid, the Alliance brings together more than two decades of experience supporting the sector in applying standards and good practices. Creating a truly global enterprise, it already has a membership of more than 240 organisations that are headquartered in 55 capitals and operating in more than 160 countries worldwide.

College Possible

The primary goal of College Possible is to support low-income students in their journey to and through college, using an intense curriculum of coaching and support. College Possible works with students on ACT/SAT preparation, college application assistance, financial aid consulting, guidance in the college transition, and support toward students’ college degree completion. Essentially, we support deserving low-income students with the entire college process, from admissions testing in high school to their college graduation.

Commerce Équitable France

Dissemination of the study with all fair trade actors of European programme

Commerce Équitable France

Commerce Équitable France is the main French collective of consultation and representation of fair trade actors in France to defend and promote the sector. It brings together some forty national organizations involved in fair trade, whose various regional networks represent more than 600 structures in France.

Commerce Équitable France brings together fair trade labels, companies, distribution networks, NGOs and popular education movements. Its members are committed to developing and promoting more equitable and balanced North / South relations and a form of commerce that allows producers and consumers to live in dignity and autonomy.

Concern Worldwide

We are an international humanitarian organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and suffering in the world’s poorest countries.

We work in partnership with the very poorest people in these countries, directly enabling them to improve their lives, as well as using our knowledge and experience to influence decisions made at a local, national and international level that can significantly reduce extreme poverty. In 2015, we positively impacted the lives of 22.5 million people.

Confederación SALUD MENTAL ESPAÑA

La Confederación SALUD MENTAL ESPAÑA es una entidad sin ánimo de lucro y de interés social que surgió en 1983. En la actualidad, integramos a 19 federaciones autonómicas y asociaciones uniprovinciales, las cuales agrupan a cerca de 300 asociaciones y suman más de 44.000 socios y socias en todo el territorio estatal.

Desde junio del año 2015 FEAFES pasa a denominarse Confederación SALUD MENTAL ESPAÑA, ofreciendo a la sociedad una visión positiva, que se acerca más al concepto de “salud mental” y se aleja del de “enfermedad mental. De esta forma, se propicia que el conjunto de la sociedad se sienta interpelada directamente por el mensaje de la Confederación, ya que el nuevo nombre diluye la diferenciación entre personas sanas y personas con enfermedad, en tanto que todos debemos cuidar la salud mental.

Nuestra misión es mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas con enfermedad mental y sus familias, defender sus derechos y representar al movimiento asociativo.

Consortium for Street Children

The Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is a global network that exists to give street children a voice, promote their rights and improve their lives. We do this through our focus on Advocacy, Research and Development.

CSC has identified four values that shape the way we work and define our organisational aspirations:

Challenging
We will actively challenge common misconceptions of street children. Where change is necessary, we will challenge the status quo to ensure policies and practices recognise them. We will challenge our network and each other to strive for the realisation of street children’s rights.

Progressive
With our network, we will work hard to identify innovative solutions that address the issues faced by street children. Through leveraging and building on our knowledge we will progress and improve ways of achieving the realisation of street children’s rights.

Collaborative
We seek to bring people together and create a louder collective voice for street children. By working collaboratively, and through sharing expertise, we will have more impact. It is vital that street children are able to have their say in order to influence change.

Accountable
We will be transparent and honest in everything we do. We are a trusted partner for our network and are accountable for delivering our strategy. We are accountable to street children and promise to shine a light on the issues that affect them. We believe others should be held accountable for their actions.

CPMS project (Child Protection Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Action)

The CPMS aim to:
-Establish common principles among those working in child protection
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-Improve the quality of child protection programming.
-Improve accountability within child protection work
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-Provide a synthesis of good practice and learning to date
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-Enable better advocacy and communication on child protection risks, needs and responses.