Our 25 partner NGOs
Together we are stronger. Thanks to the solid relations built up with our partner NGOs over the years, we are able to use your donations effectively and to long-term effect.
Working with 25 partner NGOs, we are able to ensure your donations are used most effectively to help disaster victims.
Every four years we review our partnerships with the NGOs and renew the accreditations, accept new organizations or terminate partnerships.
This means that the organizations we work with can always respond quickly and effectively when disaster strikes.
ADRA Switzerland, an Adventist relief and development agency, supports development projects, provides emergency relief and brings relief to families, vulnerable persons and disaster victims. By fostering autonomy and economic independence, ADRA restores human dignity.
Brücke · Le pont supports projects in Africa and Latin America through the “Work in dignity” program, focusing on vocational training, the creation of income and labour rights. It encourages financial autonomy and participation in social and political life.
CBM Switzerland provides development and emergency assistance and ensures to persons with disabilities in Africa, Asia and Latin America access, on an equal basis with others, to medical care, inclusive support and equal participation in society.
Cfd is active in international cooperation, in migration politics and in the politics of promoting peace. Together with local organisations, it supports empowerment projects for women in Palestine and Israel, South Eastern Europe and the Maghreb.
Enfants du Monde is a Swiss self-help organisation which provides quality education and healthcare to disadvantaged children in some of the world’s poorest countries. It operates in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Niger, Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia and Haiti.
Fondation Hirondelle is a Swiss non-profit organization founded in 1995, which provides information to populations faced with crisis, empowering them in their daily lives and as citizens. Since its creation Fondation Hirondelle, based in Lausanne, Switzerland, has worked in 18 countries on 3 continents.
Swiss Church Aid (HEKS/EPER), the relief agency of the Protestant Church in Switzerland, delivers humanitarian aid in response to natural disasters and armed conflicts and strives to counter the root causes of poverty and injustice. HEKS/EPER also seeks to bring about systemic change through its development work.
IAMANEH Switzerland is a development cooperation organisation engaged in health promotion and protection. It supports projects in West Africa and the Western Balkans. Its main target group is women and children empowered to build their own future.
Médecins du Monde Suisse runs humanitarian and development programs providing solutions in a perspective of sustainability, with a particular focus on access to healthcare for mothers, children and vulnerable populations, worldwide and in Switzerland.
Pestalozzi Children’s Village Foundation works in 12 countries to provide quality education to children and adolescents. In Switzerland, the organization promotes students’ intercultural skills through active learning projects.
SolidarMed, a Swiss organisation that promotes health in Africa, assists 1.5 million people in Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. SolidarMed consolidates the medical care it provides with a long-term perspective and develops it in an intelligent way.
Solidar Switzerland acts worldwide for a more just society, fighting for fairer working conditions and greater democracy, while delivering humanitarian aid following disasters. In Switzerland, Solidar runs public awareness campaigns.
The Swiss Red Cross provides disaster relief aid and long term healthcare in disadvantaged regions. It trains local volunteers, fights poverty-related blindness and develops prevention programs to combat epidemics, including AIDS, in Africa, Asia and in Latin America.
terre des hommes Switzerland works to improve the living conditions of disadvantaged young people in ten countries in the southern hemisphere. Here in Switzerland it raises awareness of the inequality between North and South and encourages people’s solidarity.
Terre des Hommes Suisse operates in 9 countries, with local partners, to improve the living conditions of children and young people by providing them protection, access to education and advocating for their rights. In Switzerland, the foundation raises awareness and encourages young people to promote solidarity.