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.

ecancer

ecancer is the leading oncology channel committed to improving cancer communication and education with the goal of optimising patient care and outcomes. By using the latest technologies ecancer works closely with leading figures in oncology to inform and educate the global cancer community.

ecms Foundation

ecms is the leading oncology channel committed to improving cancer communication and education with the goal of optimising patient care and outcomes. By using the latest technologies ecancer works closely with leading figures in oncology to inform and educate the global cancer community.

Entraide Et Fraternité Asbl

To make the earth be fairer through partnership with local organizations. We work transversally on citizenship participation in three major themes: family agriculture, civil society and children’s rights. We also keep focus on gender within our projects.

Equal Access International

Equal Access is an international not for profit organization (501c3), headquartered in San Francisco with country offices and large-scale programs in Afghanistan, Nepal, Cambodia, Chad and Niger and project activities in Indonesia, Laos and Pakistan. A communications for social change organization which combines the power of media with community mobilization, Equal Access creates customized communications strategies and outreach solutions that address the most critical challenges affecting people in the developing world such as women’s & girls’ empowerment, youth life skills & livelihoods, human rights, health, and democracy & governance.

ESCR-Net

ESCR-Net - International Network for Economic, Social & Cultural Rights
ESCR-Net unites over 270 NGOs, social movements, and advocates from 70 countries working together to secure economic and social justice through human rights.

EURORDIS - European Organisation for Rare Diseases

EURORDIS seeks to improve the quality of life of people living with rare diseases in Europe through advocacy at the European level, support for research and medicines development, facilitating networking amongst patient groups, raising awareness, and many other actions designed to reduce the impact of rare diseases on the lives of patients and family.

Evidence Aid

To inspire and enable those guiding the humanitarian sector to apply an evidence-based approach in their activities and decisions.

Excellent Development

Excellent Development supports some of the world’s poorest
people by helping them to transform their own lives through
soil and water conservation in drylands.

We work with local partners to support rural communities to
build sand dams, which provide clean water for life and the
opportunity to develop their livelihoods. Sand dams free
communities, putting their future firmly in their own hands.

We believe that they will enable millions of the world’s poorest
people to transform their own lives - and it is our intention to enable 1 million sand dams to be built for
0.5 billion people by 2040.

FairWork

What we do
We want to increase the awareness in the Netherlands, by showing the Dutch public that right under our very noses; people are living in modern slavery. To accomplish this, FairWork informs, activates and influences the public, politics and employers.

We want to show you how to recognise human trafficking. We want to spread our expertise on how to approach and support victims. To accomplish this, FairWork trains and advises relief workers and law enforcement agencies.

We want to expand and improve aid to victims. We want to increase the confidence of the victims and their ability to live independently. To accomplish this, FairWork initiates pilot projects together with other organisations.

First Response Radio

First Response Radio (FRR) is a network of radio broadcasters, NGOs and Government partners. Our members have been working in disaster areas since the Tsunami of 2004, providing critical information via radio, as aid. Our goal is to set up a radio station for the affected community within 72 hours of a disaster. The best way we have discovered to build this capacity is to equip and train teams before disaster strikes.

FRR is an affiliate member of the CDAC Network.