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The Legal Services Facility, registered as a company limited by guarantee is a non-profit independent basket fund that strive to increase access to justice for all, in particular for women, through a legal empowerment approach.

TREE AID is an international development organisation which focuses on unlocking the potential of trees to reduce poverty and protect the environment in Africa.

CETRAD is a Bilateral Institution between the Government of Kenya (through The Ministry of Water and Irrigation) and the Government of Swiss Confederation, through the Centre for Development and Environment of the University of Berne. CETRAD was established in July 2002 as a follow up of the then Laikipia Research Programme (1976 - 1997), and therefore builds on the long term preinvestment research facility.

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF)'s mission is to empower women by promoting their rights, increasing their participation and influence at the community, national, and international levels through initiating, promoting, and strengthening strategies which link law and development.

The WAD (Women's Action for Development) project focused on improving the socio-economic situation of vulnerable, rural women in the Kunene, Kavango and Oshikoto regions of Namibia. The objective of the project was to contribute towards poverty alleviation and to empower young, marginalised Namibian women. This was achieved by enhancing the income generating capacities of 2819 San and Ovahimba women. Interventions included training on social issues and women’s rights, vocational skills training in a myriad of vocations varying from computer skills to welding.

Mission

To promote participatory democracy through non-partisan, neutral and impartial Community Civic Education to contribute towards making Fiji a Peaceful, Stable, Participatory and Democratic nation.

Contribuer, au moyen de la recherche action, au développement durable de l’Afrique par :

L’éducation et la communication ;
Le renforcement d’un état de droit ;
Le panafricanisme ;
La formation de l’opinion publique dynamique pour les décisions d’utilité publique ;
L’appui aux activités d’auto-promotion et du bien-être social ;
Renforcer les capacités d’intervention des animateurs du CAO.

Contribuer à la construction d’une citoyenneté responsable aux niveaux national et local à travers : (i) le renforcement du sens du service public et de l’intérêt général, (ii) le renforcement de l’obligation de rendre compte des gouvernants et des acteurs publics vis-à-vis des citoyens, (iii) le renforcement de l’esprit civique des citoyens et du contrôle citoyen de l’action publique, (iv) la promotion de la bonne gouvernance démocratique, (v) la consolidation de la paix et de la stabilité.

Search for Common Ground (or SFCG) is an international non-profit organization operating in 36 countries whose mission is "to transform the way the world deals with conflict away from adversarial approaches toward cooperative solutions".

The Rainforest Foundation UK (RFUK) is a non-profit NGO working in Africa and South America. It is one of the first international organizations to support the indigenous peoples of the world's rainforests in their efforts to protect their environment and fulfill their rights to land, life and livelihood. The Foundation aims to protect rainforests by securing the land rights of indigenous peoples and other forest-dependent communities. It also campaigns internationally on issues such as industrial logging, climate change, agricultural expansion and nature conservation.

We are the development agency of the African Union, coordinating and executing priority regional and continental development projects to promote regional integration towards the accelerated realisation of Agenda 2063 – Africa’s vision and action plan. We are mandated to strengthen capacity of Member States and regional bodies.

The idea behind Well Grounded came from the experience of the two founder members. Cath Long and Iola Leal had both been working for a long time with civil society organisations in tropical countries that focussed on community rights and the sustainable management of natural resources. And although they both met many inspirational and dynamic individuals and groups who were doing extraordinary things, they realised that these same people and groups kept running up against barriers that stopped them from scaling up what they were doing and having the impact they hoped for.

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