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.

Grameen Foundation, Bankers without Borders

To enable the poor, specially the poorest, to create a world without poverty.

Grandmother Project - Change through Culture

The mission of GMP is to improve the health and well-being of women and children in developing countries by building the capacity of development partners to implement culturally grounded, grandmother-inclusive and intergenerational community programs. Recognizing the central role of grandmothers in matters related to women and children in non-Western cultures, GMP has developed a strategy to harness their knowledge and natural leadership capacities to influence positive change on issues such as early and forced marriage, teen pregnancy, female genital mutilation and children’s education.

Grandmothers Advocacy Network (GRAN)

GRAN advocates for the human rights of grandmothers, vulnerable children and youth of Sub-Saharan Africa. We work to engage Canadian and international support for measures that will significantly improve the quality of life for those struggling to hold their families and communities together in the face of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Our efforts focus on the areas of health, education, and freedom from violence, discrimination and exploitation.

Greek Forum for Refugees

The Greek Forum of Refugees is a multinational network. The founding members are: the Afghan Migrants & Refugees Community in Greece (AMRCG), the Association of Sudanese Refugees in Greece (ASRG), the Society of Somalia in Greece (SSG) and the Greek Forum of Migrants (GFM). Members of GFR can be any groups of refugees, organized in a formal or informal way.

GFR's main goal is to create a viable network that will unite all refugees living in Greece through a joint course of action. GFR aims to provide assistance to refugees during the asylum procedure, to protect their rights and help their integration in the Greek society.

The central idea of GFR is that none of the goals can be achieved without the participation of the refugees themselves.

Ground Truth Solutions

Ground Truth’s goal is to make humanitarian aid more effective by providing aid agencies with the tools to systematically listen and respond to the voices of affected people. To this end, we offer humanitarian agencies practical tools to discover whether the services they provide are appropriate and relevant, whether affected populations trust them, and whether they feel empowered. Through a mix of face-to-face data collection, cell phone surveys, and focus group discussions, Ground Truth relays feedback from intended beneficiaries to agencies in real time, so they can decide how to act on it. The feedback data can help predict program outcomes, and enable aid agencies to track their performance over time.

Ground Truth Solutions MMP

Ground Truth’s goal is to make humanitarian aid more effective by providing aid agencies with the tools to systematically listen and respond to the voices of affected people. To this end, we offer humanitarian agencies practical tools to discover whether the services they provide are appropriate and relevant, whether affected populations trust them, and whether they feel empowered. Through a mix of face-to-face data collection, cell phone surveys, and focus group discussions, Ground Truth relays feedback from intended beneficiaries to agencies in real time, so they can decide how to act on it. The feedback data can help predict program outcomes, and enable aid agencies to track their performance over time.

Handicap International

Handicap International is an independent and impartial aid organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.

We work alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, taking action and bearing witness in order to respond to their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

Together with local partners, we develop programs in health and rehabilitation and social and economic integration. We work with local authorities to clear landmines and other war debris and to prevent mine-related accidents through education. We respond fast and effectively to natural and civil disasters in order to limit serious and permanent injuries and to assist survivors' recovery and reintegration. We advocate for the universal recognition of the rights of the disabled through national planning and advocacy.

Since its beginnings in 1982, Handicap International has operated in 63 countries. Our work has benefited several million people in that time.

Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

The Humanitarian Academy is dedicated to educating and training current and future generations of humanitarian leaders. We aim to create a professional pathway for students and practitioners of all levels in the humanitarian space and to serve as a prototype for other academic centers of excellence in humanitarian education.

Haven Hills Inc.

Haven Hills provides safety, shelter, and support to all victims of domestic violence while working to break the cycle of abuse. We save lives, inspire change, and transform victims to empowered survivors.
We believe everyone deserves to live a life free of violence. Our vision is that all people will take personal responsibility to eradicate domestic violence in their own relationships, families and the community at large. Domestic Violence will be replaced with equality in relationships and mutual respect.

Hellenic Red Cross MMP

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.