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ChangemakerXchange gGmbH

ChangemakerXchange is a global community providing safe, supportive, fun, and empowering spaces for changemakers. We foster profound and lasting connections, nurture wellbeing, and enable peer-learning and meaningful collaborations so that changemakers may create, sustain and scale positive change.

RedR Uk

RedR UK provides training and technical support to NGOs, aid workers and communities responding to natural and man-made disasters all over the world. Our expert support ensures that those responding to humanitarian crises - whether or not they are professional aid workers - have the skills to do so safely and effectively.

Persatuan Sukarelawan Pendidikan Minda Kreatif Kuala Lumpur (KLCMEVS)

We Are Creating STEM Leaders Across Society To End Educational Inequality

Ayudame3D

The mission of Ayúdame3D is to create and provide 3D-printed prosthetic devices to people with limb differences, regardless of their socioeconomic status. The organization aims to promote a culture of inclusion, empowerment, and innovation, by leveraging technology, education, and community engagement. Ayúdame3D envisions a world where every person with a disability has access to affordable and functional assistive devices that enable them to live with dignity, independence, and full participation in society.

Persatuan Komuniti Berdikari

The Vision of the organization has always been to be a refugee run organization attuned to refugee needs and positioned to craft interventions responsive to those needs. The focus has evolved over the years as conditions have changed. In the early days, the primary need was to respond to and alert the public and authorities to the horrific experiences of refugees as they fled Arakan state in Myanmar (Burma) and made their way to the "relative" safety of Malaysia. Many refugees were sold into slavery and others were killed for unpaid ransom demanded from their families in Myanmar and, sadly, others were killed for organ harvesting. As the trafficking routes became more difficult, the flow diminished, although it never stopped completely. With this change, the organization began to see a wide range of needs emerge as those trafficked realized that Malaysia was not the benign, welcoming environment they had expected it to be. Nor was it just a way-station on the journey to relocation in a more developed country. In reality, Malaysia is likely to be their home for an extended period, if not indefinitely. With approximately 200,000 refugees in Malaysia, 20,000 of them in Penang state, a wide spectrum of needs emerged. These included health, security, income generation, education and social challenges faced by refugees. This resulted in the expansion of the organization's focus, as it responded to the most critical needs as defined by the refugees themselves. While the activities and services have multiplied over the years, the Mission of the organization has remained the same: to empower refugees to re-establish a sense of hope for the future and to rebuild individual, family and community support systems that promote independence and resiliency. Although the organization is registered with the Malaysian government under the name "Persatuan Komuniti Berdikari" (Resilient Community Association), it was more commonly known as Penang Stop Human Trafficking Campaign. As time evolved and the needs served broadened, the name ASPIRE Penang was adopted for general use.

International Institute for Environment and Development

3. The objects for which the Company is established are: 3.1 To advance the education of the public by all charitable means; 3.2 To promote sustainable development for the benefit of the public by: 3.2.1 The preservation, conservation and protection of the environment and the prudent use of natural resources; 3.2.2 The relief of poverty and the improvement of the conditions of life in socially and economically disadvantaged communities; and 3.2.3 The promotion of sustainable means for achieving economic growth and regeneration. In this context 'sustainable development' means development which meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMSSIONER FOR REFUGEES

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is a global organization dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights, and building a better future for people forced to flee their homes because of conflict and persecution. We lead international action to protect refugees, forcibly displaced communities, and stateless people.

Global Foodbanking Network

The mission of The Global FoodBanking Network (GFN) is to alleviate world hunger.  We do this by collaborating to develop food banks in communities where they are needed around the world and by supporting food banks where they already exist.

The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA)

1. To act as a leading organisation and a global voice for the rights of those who face discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and/or sex characteristics (SOGIESC). 2. To work towards achieving equality, freedom and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people through advocacy, collaborative actions, and by educating and informing relevant international and regional institutions as well as governments, media and civil society. 3. To empower our members and other human rights organisations in promoting and protecting human rights, irrespective of people's sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and/or sex characteristics and to facilitate cooperation and solidarity among ILGA regions and members. 4. To promote the diversity and strengths of persons of diverse SOGIESC around the world.

International Association for Human Values

The International Association for Human Values (IAHV) offers programs to reduce stress and develop leaders so that human values can flourish in people and communities. We foster the daily practice of human values - a sense of connectedness and respect for all people and the natural environment, an attitude of non-violence, and an ethic of social service. Our programs enhance clarity of mind, shift attitudes and behaviours, and develop leaders and communities that are resilient, responsible, and inspired.

International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (INAS)

That Athletes With An Intellectual Impairment Across The World Have The Opportunity To Achieve Excellence In Sport And High-Level Competition

Youth Sport Trust International

The Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity devoted to building a brighter future for young people. We are passionate about helping all young people achieve their full potential by delivering high quality physical education (PE) and sport opportunities. Through 20 years of experience, we have developed a unique way of maximising the power of sport to grow young people, schools and communities. We believe in the power of sport to change young people's lives for the better. Our programmes focus on using sport as a vehicle to improve young people's: Wellbeing: Our work develops children's fundamental movement skills, equipping them with the confidence, competence and enjoyment of sport needed for a lifetime of activity, as well as good physical and emotional health. Leadership: Our work supports the personal development of young people and their progress at school, as well as preparing them for the challenges of life ahead. We support young people to develop a range of positive character qualities, such as: creativity, aspiration, resilience and empathy. Achievement: PE and sport delivered well is proven to impact positively on attainment and academic achievement. It can engage young people in learning and support the development of skills needed for success in the classroom, including: communication, teamwork and self-management.