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||Médecins Sans Frontières
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, humanitarian organisation whose objective is to provide assistance to populations in distress. MSF is an organization that is independent of all political, religious, military or economic influence. MSF's goal is to relieve suffering, by working directly with those in need, ensuring respect for their dignity, and endeavoring to provide the best possible care for all those in need.
|Schools Without Borders
Schools Without Borders (SWB) is a unique youth-led organization that makes education and learning more accessible for young people. They view real learning not merely as a classroom experience, but rather as a life-long journey, inspired by meaningful experiences and sustained by strong partnerships.
|SOS Children's Villages International
SOS Children's Villages is an international non-governmental social development organisation that has been active in the field of children's rights and committed to children's needs and concerns since 1949. In 132 countries and territories our activities focus on children without parental care and children of families in difficult circumstances.
|Swiss Red Cross
The Swiss Red Cross (SRC) is a private organization that also carries out public tasks on a mandate from the Swiss government or the cantonal authorities. As a member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, which has its headquarters in Geneva, it is part of a worldwide network of 186 National Societies. The purpose of the SRC's activities is to protect the lives, health and dignity of human beings.
Climate Care is an organization that reduces greenhouse gas emissions on behalf of companies and individuals by running projects around the world. As well as cutting greenhouse gases, the projects help to improve people's standard of living and protect wildlife habitats.
|David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a small, flexible charity, established in 1977 to honour to memory of a famous Naturalist, David Leslie William Sheldrick MBE, the founder Warden of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya, where he served from its inception in 1948 until his transfer to Nairobi in 1976 to head the Planning Unit of the newly created Wildlife Conservation & Management Department. David died 6 months later but his legacy of excellence and the systems he installed for the management of Tsavo and wildlife generally in Kenya, particularly in the sphere of wildlife husbandry and ethics, lives on.
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