International Cooperation

Huacal started as a group of women who went on a holiday trip to El Salvador. During their stay, these women couldn’t help but notice how much help the population living in rural areas needed. 

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Doctors Without Borders staff distribute take-home kits for Ebola survivors. Photo: Morgana Wingard, Flickr

The website's aim is to raise awareness among citizens and collect donations to send them to disadvantaged countries where they help to develop their projects.

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International NGOs took advantage of Giving Tuesday. Photo: Wikimedia

On 28th November, international cooperation and development NGOs celebrated Giving Tuesday and seeked support from citizens through the donation platform.

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Batman visiting a refugee camp. Photo: Youtube

The "Radiator Awards’" aim is to change how fund-raising campaigns communicate and involve people with with cooperation projects.

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Rohingnya protesters. Photo: Andrew Mercer, Flickr

Myanmar authorities’ restrictions in Rakhine state are putting tens of thousands of lives at risk in the Rohingya region. 

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Flooding in Southeast Asia. Photo: Wikimedia

Monsoon rains have caused up to 1,200 deaths and the injury of thousands of people in Southeast Asia.

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Xavier Costa on the right side. Photo: Vols

The NGO Vols is a volunteering association for cooperation and solidarity with children and youth in developing countries. Their working scope is mainly education.

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Displaced looking for hope. Photo: CEAR

The fifteenth annual report "Refugees in Spain and Europe" calls for a Government Pact for the right to asylum.

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Vueling flight taking off. Photo: Andrés Perillo, Flickr

NGOs support those that were thrown off the plane. More than 1.500 non-profit organisations, groups and individuals have joined the campaign #YouLoveFlying. 

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South Sudan civilian working. Photo: Flickr

The international organisation has blamed the government of the country for the looting perpetrated against the civilian population in the Upper Nile region in the first half of 2017.

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Conflict in South Sudan. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Two UN agencies report that 2 million children have been displaced by South Sudan conflict.

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Frame from the #GirlsCount video. Image: Youtube

130 million girls won’t go to school today. Not because they do not want to, but because they do not have the opportunity. The campaign seeks to sound an alarm, urging all state governments to mobilize resources to get all girls to attend school.

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