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Bel Corporate Foundation

Bel Corporate Foundation (Fondation d’entreprise Bel) was established in 2008 by Bel and its reference shareholder Unibel, aims to serve the children and their well-being, with a particular focus on food and dietary issues. Areas of Interest: Children HIV/AIDS Youth & Adolescents Focus Countries: Germany, Guadeloupe, Oman, South Africa, Equatorial Guinea, Netherlands, Albania,  French, Guiana, […]

ActionAid Denmark

ActionAid Denmark (Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke) is an associations with 70 years of experience aims to reduce poverty, mobilize and educate women and young people to hold their governments and decision -makers accountable for delivering public service and to keep within the public budgets. ActionAid Denmark also promotes understanding and dialogue between people. Areas of Interest: Women […]

A Comprehensive Guide for NGOs Working with Gender-Based Violence

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By Janou Hooykaas Introduction Gender-based violence (GBV) can be defined as any act that causes physical, sexual or emotional harm and reinforces gender inequality. Women are disproportionately affected by GBV (although it applies to men and boys, as well), yet women’s rights issues remain hugely underfunded with the majority of aid still reaching males. GBV […]

The OECD invites Applications for Co-operative Research Program Research Fellowship on Biological Resources in Agriculture

Deadline: 10 September 2014 The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) invites applications from research scientists working in agriculture, forestry or fisheries and individuals interested to conduct research projects abroad for the Co-operative Research Program (CRP) Research Fellowships on biological resources in agriculture. The Research fellowship aims to strengthen the international exchange of ideas […]

A Comprehensive Guide for NGOs Working with Small-Scale and Artisanal Mining

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Introduction Across the globe the mining industry has experienced massive growth since the beginning of the 20th century. While large-scale mines cause much social and environmental harm, it is believed that small-scale and artisanal mines pose an even greater threat. Small-scale mining is a largely illegal and unregulated operation that consists of small enterprises initiating […]