ADPP-Moçambique is the Mozambican branch of the Swiss NGO "Humana People to People". It implements development projects within the following sectors: Schools for Children, Vocational and Polytechnic Schools, Teacher Training Colleges, Child Aid, Farmers Clubs (community programs), Economic Development Projects, Relief Aid, HOPE and TCE (HIV/AIDS programs), Scholarship Programmes, Development Instructor Programmes and Fund-raising Projects. The projects are situated all over Mozambique. ... [editors ilissAfrica; according to site editor's information]
ADRA, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, is a Christian relief organisation that implements projects with the aim to support the most needy individuals, families and communities. Projects are financed by different foreign donors. [editors ilissAfrica]
Kulima is a Mozambican NGO (Kulima meaning to "plough" or "to till"). Having a focus on refugees and resettlement during the times of its establishment Kulima has expanded its activities into many areas, including rural development and income generation, education, health and HIV/AIDS, gender issues, microfinance, and vulnerable groups. Kulima is represented in 10 provinces within the country, with 70 permanent staff members and on average 350 technicians hired to carry out specific project activities. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
ActionAid Mozambique is an Associate of the international anti-poverty agency ActionAid International. It works with poor, vulnerable and marginalized communities, to make them aware of their basic rights and duties to reduce absolute poverty and overcome injustice and inequity that cause it. [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]...
The Ministry of Environment, with donor support, is funding micro-projects that are beneficial for the environment, contribute to poverty alleviation and are community-based. Main areas of intervention are agriculture, water, reforestation, biofuels and environmental awareness and HIV/Aids. The website informs about the projects. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Die Friedrich Ebert Stiftung ist eine politische Stiftung, die den Ideen und Werten der Sozialen Demokratie und der Arbeiterbewegung verpflichtet ist. In Mosambik unterstützt die FES den nach Bürgerkriegsende 1992 eingeleiteten politischen, wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Transformationsprozess. Sie arbeitet dabei mit einer Reihe von Partnern zusammen, u. a. mit dem Parlament, politischen Parteien, Ministerien und Regierungsinstitutionen, Gewerkschaften sowie Nicht-Regierungsorganisationen. ... [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters; Redaktion ilissAfrica]
Ibis is a Danish non-governmental, non-profit development organization based on democratic principles. Ibis has its members, board and headquarters in Denmark. Since 2000 Ibis has focused on education for development in rural areas, support for community radios in rural areas and the fight against HIV/AIDS. Capacity building, education and training of civil society are integrated into all Ibis' projects in Mozambique.
Ibis has programs in Africa and Latin America and facilitate networks between the South and the North. ... [according to site editors information; editors iliss Africa]
ADEL-Sofala is non-profit organisation in the Province of Sofala that comprises various public and private institutions. The aim is to foster the development of the Province with a focus on poverty reduction, social equality and protection of the environment. [editors ilissAfrica]
The Lutheran World Federation Mozambique tries to contribute to the development of viable and sustainable households and communities in the country. Guiding principles are justice, participation, accountability and efficiency, gender equity, protection of the environment, partnership and advocacy. LWF Mozambique implements directly as well as works with and through local community-based partners. All interventions carried out through LWF Mozambique have a special emphasis on integrated approach to development. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]