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.

GERES (Group for the Environment, Renewable Energy and Solidarity)

Environmental conservation, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and improving livelihood of the poor are the main focus areas for GERES, who is particularly involved in the implementation of engineering solutions for development and providing specific technical expertise. Energy efficiency programs, renewable energies and local economic development are GERES core activities.

Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)

The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) is a network of non-governmental organisations from all regions of the world, who share a deep concern for the women, children and men whose human rights have been violated by the criminal practice of human trafficking.

Global Alliance for Rabies Control

Rabies kills thousands of people and hundreds of thousands of animals every year, but every death is preventable.
Our primary goal is to free people and animals from the threat of rabies.

Our mission
The mission of the Alliance is to prevent human deaths from rabies and relieve the burden of rabies in other animal populations, especially dogs. This includes protecting people from the terror, poverty, suffering and death that rabies brings and end the injustice that sees this entirely preventable disease still kills over 55,000 people every year, 99% of them from the world’s poorest communities promoting healthy relationships between people and dogs alleviating the burden of the disease in animals in general.

Global Brigades

Global Brigades is the world’s largest student-led global health and sustainable development organization. Since 2004, Global Brigades has mobilized thousands of university students and professionals through nine skill-based service programs to improve quality of life in under resourced communities.

Global Health Media Project

The Global Health Media Project is developing effective clinical videos that will be widely accessible to health workers in low-resource settings.

These videos will address the critical gap in knowledge transfer and best practices that is a root cause of poor health outcomes in these regions. Our goal is to help health workers save lives and reduce morbidity by reaching a large number of them with easily understood, memorable visual images using a very low-cost approach.

Global Health Trials

Global Health Trials' primary goal 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.

Global Healthcare Information Network CIC

To contribute to the realisation of the highest attainable level of health for all people worldwide, especially for the poor and disadvantaged in low-income and middle-income countries, by facilitating communication, understanding and advocacy among all stakeholders to address health priorities, including and especially (1) the education, clinical knowledge and skills of healthcare providers worldwide so as to improve their ability to deliver effective healthcare, and (2) the health information and learning needs of the public, healthcare providers, researchers and policymakers.

Global Initiative For Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR)

Our vision is of a world where the human rights framework reflects the real world experiences of all of us, effectively furthering social and economic justice and human dignity, and catalyzing change from the local to the global, back to the local.

To realize this vision, our role is one of catalyzing social change through leveraging of strategic spaces. This is work that we undertake in close partnership with local partners and advocates from around the world; what we like to call “making the UN work for the poor,” although it also encompasses strategic spaces beyond the UN.

GI-ESCR believes that reaching that next, needed scale of impact requires both the amplification of voices of local advocates by leveraging international law and mechanisms – and informing the content, meaning, and interpretation of international human rights law from the perspectives of marginalized groups and communities

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children

We promote the universal prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment of children.

GO Campaign

GO Campaign improves the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world by partnering with local heroes to deliver local solutions. We identify Local Heroes throughout the world and partner with these grassroots organizations to provide children and young adults with critical services, resources and needed opportunities. We offer support and raise awareness about these small impactful organizations.