The WPF is a U.S. based non-profit organization that creates access to poultry inputs for rural households with a focus on women and youth. they work through private companies to develop small poultry enterprises that generate income and provide protein for rural households. They also build capacity through educational programs and training workshops for farmers across the globe with an emphasis on technical training, nutrition, and gender programs for women. Their mission is to be a catalyst for improving lives globally through the sustainable production of poultry while empowering farmers in developing regions.
Multilateral Organisation Performance Assessment Network was established in 2002 as a network of like-minded members. Today 22 MOPAN members, observers and collaborators provide nearly USD 80 billion in annual contributions to and through the multilateral system. MOPAN is therefore well-positioned to support member states to push for greater effectiveness in the multilateral system, helping organisations that they fund to become more fit-for-purpose, relevant and results-focused – through accountability and learning.
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development aims to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all.
Tomorrow’s Youth Organization (TYO) is a leading non-profit organization committed to empowering the most vulnerable communities in Palestine. The organization provides innovative and comprehensive programs that empower children, youth, women, families, and refugees living in disadvantaged areas. TYO aims to improve the quality of life for these communities by promoting resilience and well-being through its multifaceted and evidence-based programs. We recognize that sustainable development requires a multifaceted approach, and hence, its programs focus on four key areas of need: quality education, mental health services, employment opportunities, and women empowerment. One of the essential aspects of TYO’s success is its holistic approach to programming. The organization designs its programs to address the unique needs of each beneficiary while taking into consideration their age, gender, and socioeconomic background. The programs incorporate innovative approaches that emphasize experiential learning, critical thinking, and practical skills, enabling beneficiaries to develop the confidence and competencies needed to overcome the challenges they face.
The Arab Fund aims to meet the development needs of Member countries and at the same time ensure feasibility and transparency in all its projects.
Education Cannot Wait (ECW) is the United Nations global, billion-dollar fund for education in emergencies and protracted crises.
ECW support and protect holistic learning outcomes for refugee, internally displaced and other crisis-affected girls and boys, so no one is left behind.
ECW is administered under UNICEF’s financial, human resources, and administrative rules and regulations; operations are run by the Fund’s own independent governance structure.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world’s largest humanitarian network. Our secretariat supports local Red Cross and Red Crescent action in more than 192 countries, bringing together almost 15 million volunteers for the good of humanity.
Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, helps vaccinate almost half the world’s children against deadly and debilitating infectious diseases
Global Partnership for Education is the largest global fund solely dedicated to transforming education in lower-income countries, and a unique, multi-stakeholder partnership. We work to deliver quality education so that every girl and boy can have hope, opportunity and agency.
On September 29th 2016, the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) along with the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD), the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief), and the Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) launched a US$2.5bn Lives and Livelihoods Fund (LLF) with a joint vision to raise the poorest out of poverty in IsDB member countries. As of today, the Lives and Livelihoods Fund’s donors have a net approval of US$1.43bn worth of projects across Africa and Asia. The LLF is the largest development initiative of its kind in the Middle East and serves 33 IsDB member countries, with 37 ongoing operations across 22 Countries.