ConnectAID created a community of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) from all around the world. We promote our Nonprofit Members’ work internationally through our extensive social media reach. Together, we co-create an impact network where nonprofit organizations work together in solidarity.
International Social Service (ISS) aims to prevent children with disabilities from being unnecessarily placed in orphanages around the world, including in Cambodia, and they achieve
FXB India Suraksha is an Indian non-governmental, non-profit organization providing development assistance to marginalized children, women, and communities in rural and urban India. Since inception, the organization has had a special focus for children. To address the needs of children comprehensively, FXBIS follows an ‘integrated development’ approach model, wherein it designs programmes on livelihood, health and education for the community as a whole, so that the most vulnerable, especially women and children are provided a safe, healthy and sustainable environment to thrive in.
Bridges 2030 is a US based NGO with the goal of connecting local communities with funding opportunities, technology, and the training necessary to build capacity and achieve lasting change regarding forcibly displaced communities. It catalyses and educates the community to support scalable and replicable projects across the globe. It also supports disadvantaged and marginalized communities including forcibly displaced citizens, by amplifying their voice, increasing awareness and securing donations that make a difference and achieve lasting impact.
The Blue House Project is a Dutch non-profit organization founded to support disadvantaged families living in tents in the desert of Pushkar (Rajasthan – India). Through Education, Employment and Primary Life Needs we help these families to escape the intergenerational cycle of poverty. The organization sends 70 children belonging to lower castes to the local school. In the project center called ‘the Blue House’, they provide tuition and lunch after school. In addition, they employ the parents and supply basic life needs such as monthly food and shelter.
Migration Consortium, which works at the Ukrainian border, is composed of nine nonprofit organizations providing extensive support in legal and integrational matters as well as advocacy activities. Its mission is to work on behalf of refugees and migrants, with a majority coming from Ukraine, so that they can fully enjoy their rights and freedoms and create a platform for joint activities, exchange of experiences, improving the quality of work and public debate on migration and integration in Poland.
Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust is a Zambian NGO, established in 1998, to teach the community around South Luangwa National Park, Zambia, the importance of wildlife and provide the knowledge to conserve it. Chipembele delivers its innovative conservation education programme to children in schools through conservation clubs and to community members through conservation-themed lessons, in 7 chiefdoms bordering the South Luangwa National Park.
Billion Strong is an identity and empowerment organization designed to bring the billions of voices of persons with disabilities together. It is a US based global identity nonprofit organization meant to unite, elevate and empower the global community of people with disabilities to develop a positive disability identity so that we can come together and create positive change.
Swiss platform of collaboration for climate and sustainability, building partnerships and catalysing large initiatives that foster a systemic transformation of society to advance climate action and the SDGs. They build global alliances and partnerships between people and organizations that share the same sense of urgency to accelerate climate action and transform our societies towards a more inclusive, equitable and sustainable future for all. The organization runs the She Changes Climate campaign.
SHE Changes Climate works to enable and increase female representation at all levels of climate decision making by influencing key players, campaigning for public support, collaborating with like-minded individuals and organisations, and amplifying the voices of women from different socio-economic backgrounds. It’s goal is to bring about real transformation by asking global leaders of governments and businesses to look inward at the talent pool that already exists within their nations to build genuinely representative leadership teams.
The International Social Service (ISS) is an international NGO founded in 1924; today a network of national entities and a General Secretariat that assist children and families confronted with complex social problems as a result of migration. Thanks to its presence in more than 120 countries, ISS is a global actor promoting child protection and welfare. In addition to its work on the ground, ISS undertakes training projects, awareness raising and advocacy work in an effort to better respect children’s rights. ISS supports and helps approximately 75,000 families in the world each year.
The World Geospatial Industry Council is a registered not-for-profit trade association of commercial geospatial companies representing the entire value-chain of the geospatial ecosystem. As measurements from space are critical to understanding the changing climate, and its impacts on societies and economies, WGIC provides a systematic mapping of global greenhouse gas emissions capabilities from space across public- and private-sectors missions and its report illustrates the immense potential for similar analyses for other climate parameters.
The Big Wild is a US based nonprofit organization aiming to be the fastest, most cost-efficient provider of wildlife data that rapidly speeds up access to accurate wildlife conservation data. The organization works as a non-competitive, collaborative network, partnering with organizations in the Travel & Tourism industry and technology for wildlife conservation community, all with the mutual goal of ending the sixth mass extinction.
Global Human Rights Defence caters to promoting and protecting human rights on a global scale. It focuses on the areas and populations where severe and extensive human rights violations of ethnic, linguistic, and religious minorities are taking place whilst being overlooked by the mainstream media. Its mission is to to actively promote and protect human rights of minorities and marginalized groups in order to enhance their socio-economic status. This is done through an international platform of empowerment via education, advocacy, and lobbying to demand more effort from established organizations, institutions, media, and relevant authorities.
The Antara Foundation’s mission is to support the public health system deliver solutions at scale, to improve maternal and child health outcomes, by partnering with government and communities. Treating scaled delivery as the missing technology is The Antara Foundation’s ’big bold idea’ wherein state programs become a benchmark for improving health outcomes that can be amplified nationwide. The Antara Foundation’s current programs focus on Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition. The rationale to address maternal and child health goes beyond improving and saving lives. Better health outcomes for a country have a broader economic impact by contributing to poverty alleviation and economic growth.
Avocats Sans Frontière is an International solidarity organization that was created in France in 1998 to carry out projects to strengthen the rule of law and access to justice for the most vulnerable people in developing countries. The organization’s mission is to raise, facilitate and protect access to legal aid and fair justice for vulnerable people.