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AMREF Flying Doctors

AMREF FLying Doctors is Africa’s leading health development organization. Our vision is an Africa where good-quality, affordable health care is accessible to everyone.

Committed to the principle that only healthy societies can overcome poverty and inequality, we bring good-quality health care to the continent’s poorest and most vulnerable people.We create resilient, vibrant communities who have the means to protect their own health and take care of those who do get ill. Where people have access to safe drinking water and affordable drugs.

Association of Centres for International Cooperation - COS Netherlands

COS Netherlands is a nationwide, independent association of Dutch centres for international cooperation. The association consists of one national and fourteen local offices. Whereas the local offices are uniquely embedded in their region, the national office plays a key role as an intermediary between the local offices and COS’ national partners.

In its region, a local COS offers essential support to a wide range of institutions, NGO’s and individuals. The world is its frame of reference, the region its playing field!

Center for Human Emergence (CHE)

The Center for Human Emergence (CHE) is a community, a movement and a company. It is an innovative and unique organization wherein people with different backgrounds from multiple disciplines combine their strengths and share their growing consciousness. In this way, breakthrough insights arise that contribute to sustainable solutions to the issues raised in these times of transition - like the financial crisis, the climate crisis or concerns about cultural divides.

Cordaid Memisa

Cordaid Memisa combines more than 90 years’ experience and expertise in emergency aid and structural poverty eradication. Cordaid is one of the biggest international development organisations with a network of almost a thousand partner organisations in 36 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

International Confederation of Midwives (ICM)

The International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) supports and advises associations of midwives.
The ICM is an accredited non-governmental organisation and works closely with the WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF and other organisations worldwide to achieve common goals in the care of mothers and children.

Malaria No More!

Malaria No More! Netherlands is part of the worldwide effort to stop malaria killing people.

Together with governments, the business community and the general public, Malaria No More! achieves its goal by successfully combining fund raising and awareness raising activities, and by supporting the implementation of effective projects.

National Committee for International Cooperation and Sustainable Development (NCDO)

NCDO stands for Nationale Commissie voor Internationale Samenwerking en Duurzame Ontwikkeling (National Committee for International Cooperation and Sustainable Development).

NCDO involves people in the Netherlands in international cooperation and supports them with information, subsidies and advice. The millennium goals provide the point of reference for all these activities. In the year 2000, 189 countries agreed on these goals in order to reduce worldwide poverty before 2015.

Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Every hour of every day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs promotes the interests of the Kingdom abroad. The Ministry coordinates and carries out Dutch foreign policy at its headquarters in The Hague and through its missions abroad. It is likewise the channel through which the Dutch Government communicates with foreign governments and international organisations.

Royal Dutch Organisation of Midwives (KNOV)

The Royal Dutch Organisation of Midwives is the only midwifery organisation in the Netherlands.
It was founded in 1898 and the aims are to strengthen the position of midwives in the health care system (union work); improving quality of care, developing standards and guidelines, representing midwives in official policymaking bodies, representing midwives in organisations with health care insurances, with other medical professionals and taking care of common interests.

Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)

The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam is an independent centre of knowledge and expertise in the areas of international and intercultural cooperation, operating at the interface between theory and practice and between policy and implementation. The Institute contributes to sustainable development, poverty alleviation and cultural preservation and exchange.

Rutgers WPF

Rutgers WPF, the Dutch Expert Centre on Sexuality, dedicates itself to promoting sexual and reproductive health, both in the Netherlands and in other countries. Clear, reliable information on sexuality is important in this respect. Rutgers WPF contributes to the improvement of education, prevention, counselling and policy by gathering and disseminating knowledge. We do this by conducting scientific research and developing practical and applicable services and products for various target groups, such as teaching packages, websites, books and brochures.


Simavi is a public health organization that believes everyone has a right to good health. This is why we work on people’s health in the poorest regions of developing countries. We focus specifically on the health of mothers, as they are the key to their family’s health. Together with them we take care of safe drinking water and sufficient hygiene, healthy pregnancies and children’s health. We also provide mothers with the knowledge they need to prevent diseases. Together with local organizations we offer direct and practical support. And we stand up for the interest of people. This works.