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Number of partners: 861

  • Water and Environment and Sanitation Corportation-Sudan


    The objective of the water supply and environmental sanitation policy is to ensure adequate and sustainable domestic water supply and Environmental sanitation services and hygienic practices for all rural, urban and nomadic people of the northern states of Sudan.
  • WATAN Foundation


    WATAN is a leading Civil Society Organization delivering emergency relief, third sector support and long-term international development projects. WATAN is committed to helping people and reviving communities. WATAN is independent, non-governmental, apolitical and nonsectarian organization. We operate several integrated programs with the aim of addressing humanitarian emergency response and sustainable community revival through holistic and transformative approach. We believe in the role of Civil Society in the various phases of intervention. Thus, we invest in supporting and developing Civil Society in our areas of reach. We also create platforms for coordination and integration to maximize impact on communities served. To achieve our goal, we seek to be the preferred partner for international agencies in areas of specialization and reach. WATAN was established formally in Turkey in 2012 building on an extensive voluntary-base community development work going back to 2006.
  • WarChild UK

    WarChild UK

    WarChild UK

    Our main objective is to increase the scale of our work and reach more children in conflict areas. In 2015, the number of children, young people and adults who received direct support from us was 126,000.
  • Voluntary Humanitarian Assistance Program


    ASSIST is NNGO formed in 2000 to response to the humanitarian situation, particularly conditions of the civilian population affected by conflict in Sudan.



    VOICE is a cutting-edge feminist organization working to end violence against women and girls in conflict, crisis, and disaster settings around the world. We are a team of skilled humanitarians with extensive experience working on violence against women and girls in emergency contexts. We have seen that the humanitarian aid sector itself has consistently failed to meet the needs of women and girls in these settings. We believe that the industry must change to deliver on its promise to protect them; we also know that they are the best judges of what is needed, though they are routinely ignored by those who hold the power in aid organizations. We are working to help meet the needs of women- and girl-led organizations in a growing number of countries, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, the United States, Venezuela, and Yemen.