Every donation, no matter the size, has had a real impact on our ability to carry out the many projects we did during the first 10 years of our existence.
PEAK-IT, has contributed to capacity building of ICT equipment in 2011. PEAK-IT, ICT services, based in Naarden.
PEAK-IT heeft in 2011 bijgedragen aan capaciteitsopbouw van ICT middelen in Ethiopië. ICT dienstverlener in Naarden.
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Supplied various study books. The former HES donated computers for the Liqa School.
The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) is based in Amsterdam, a cosmopolitan city where 175 different nationalities live and work together and where the English language is largely spoken. The city is a hotbed of education and research in all conceivable areas: culture and society, trade, logistics, aviation, shipping, ICT, sports, healthcare, education and much more. The AUAS take full advantage of this wealth of opportunities in order to provide the best possible education and produce cutting-edge research.
Hogeschool InHolland. Hogeschool InHolland supplied English language and other study books.
The school''s focus is on internationally recognized values such as entrepreneurship, social involvement and innovation.
NOVIB in The Hague co-financed the Educational project in Awassa and the Wollaitta Sodo Public Library in Wolaitta Sodo.
The goal of Oxfam Novib in all endeavours is the same: to enable poor people to exercise their right to manage their own lives.
NCDO (National Committee for International Cooperation and Sustainable Development) co-financed our Public Library Project in Soddo.
Millennium goals are their point of reference: 189 countries agreed to reduce worldwide poverty before 2015.
Wilde Ganzen in Hilversum co-financed the Public Library Project in Soddo and they contributed the Lion's share.
Wilde Ganzen supports private initiatives and projects all over the world.
Fred Foundation co-financed one Educational project in Awassa.
The Fred Foundation aims to stimulate people to be self-reliant and contribute to sense of "self-responsibility.
ZWO Comissie Commissie voor Zending, Werelddiaconaat en Ontwikkelingshulp, co-financed the Dilla Medical project.
Stichting Vrienden van Mekane Hiwot co-financed our first projects.
Stichting Vrienden van Mekane Hiwot in Hilversum supported medical doctors in Africa in general and in Asmara, Eritrea in particular. This organisation has been taken over by a German charity.
The British School in the Netherlands supplied thousands of used library book in the past.
BSN Vision: "Every child deserves the very best start in life.
International School Hilversum "Alberdingk Thijm" were the first to donate study books to ISOB in 1998.
The school strives to develop academically skilled and reflective individuals with an appreciation for diversity.