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ABChildren Charity Monaco Principauté

ABChildren Charity Monaco Principauté is an organization based on the experience of ABChildren Charity Italia (founded in 2002) and on the personal action of its founders who, some years ago, moved their own residence in the Principauté where they want to continue to operate in the humanitarian field with the same enthusiasm and goals.

ABChildren works in favour of the children and youth in need and for the respect of the nature. It is an organization of support to the poorest, of help and volunteering, formation and culture.

The founders of ABChildren will take care personally, now and in the future, of the achievement of the organization's goals in the respect of everyone and with the enthusiasm that distinguish the projects of ABChildren.



19, bld de suisse, montecarlo, 98000, Monaco Pté

+33640625347
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Culture, Education-Training, Emergency


Colombia, India, Italy, Monaco, Sri Lanka

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Host family, Sponsor

2014

ACTION INNOCENCE MONACO

Internet is a fantastic means of communication, more often than not present in our homes via the smartphone and computer. It has also become our children’s favourite means of communication.

The first mission of AIMC contributes to protecting the dignity and integrity of children on the Internet.
Our Association in collaboration with the Department of Education offers a program of prevention in schools in Monaco but also in France to the attention of children and adolescents. The essential goal of this prevention program led by a psychologist is to develop young people’s critical thinking and decision-making skills, emphasising the fact that the Internet is a blend of the best and the worst.
At the same time, the Association is trying to increase awareness amongst parents and educators so that they can work with us as partners.

Since 15 years, our association has been awared of the dangers of the Internet more than 650000 children and more than 8 000 parents and professionals in the school system. 2370 preventions have been carried out in schools.




Place des Moulins
Le Continental A
98000 Monaco

+377 97 77 51 11
+377 97 77 51 11

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Education-Training


Afghanistan

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2002

AMA

AMA is a non-profit Association founded in 2006. It is established in the Principality of Monaco and has legal representation in Argentina. We work with other associations on 3 main pillars: Health, Education and Culture.

WE ARE A SOLIDARITY BRIDGE BETWEEN MONACO AND ARGENTINA

We promote ideas.
We discover talent.
We generate possibilities.

www.ama-monacoargentina.org



Villa Roseline
29 Av Hector Otto
Monaco

+33678147739
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Culture, Education-Training, Environment, Health, Sport


Argentina, Monaco

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Sponsor

2006

AMADE Mondiale

Protection 1.5 million is the estimated number of Filipino children and adolescents living in the streets, including 100,000 for the only capital of Manila. AMADE supports since 1995 the activities of Virlanie Foundation in the field of protection of rights for nearly 1000 children. ©AMADE

Protection More than 830,000 (10% of the population) orphans and vulnerable children live in extreme poverty in Burundi, as a consequence of the civil war that shook the country in the 1990s. AMADE Burundi provides built-in support for over 45,000 Orphans every year. ©AMADE

Protection 250,000 children are still exploited around the world as part of the armed conflict. In eastern DRC, AMADE supports a broad rehabilitation program and psychological support for 1,200 demobilized children, in partnership with UNICEF, UNDP, MONUSCO and the Brazilian Embassy in the DRC. © Stefano – UNICEF

Education/ Access to quality education In Burundi among ten children entering primary school, only one will have the opportunity to go to a secondary school, only a minority of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC). The school of excellence opened in 2014 by AMADE Burundi, with a capacity of 430 students forward, aims to deliver a quality secondary education for all, especially for OVC. © AMADE

Education / Training Worldwide, 69 million school-aged young or in age to be professional trained are out of school, while local companies lack skilled labor. In partnership with the private sector, AMADE Mondiale supports a vocational training program in the DRC and Burundi. This program aims to support the professional integration of 120 young people in street situation in Kinshasa and strengthen the financial autonomy of 105 Orphans Heads of Households (OHH) in Bujumbura. © AMADE

Health / Fight against neglected diseases In Chile, every year, 1100 cases of children with metabolic diseases are officially diagnosed. However, and due to a lack of information and a late diagnosis, these data are more important. AMADE Chile - in collaboration with AMADE Mondiale- supports the most disadvantaged families to access appropriate treatment and food. AMADE also commits to the benefit of the research against pediatric cancer in Europe. © AMADE

Emergency/Typhoon Haiyan In November 2013 Haiyan typhoon has devasted Philippine archipelago, killing several thousand people including a majority of children. AMADE Mondiale, through the mobilization of donors, undertook the renovation of the Tiglawigan elementary school located on the island of Negros, with a capacity of 850 students. © AMADE

Emergency Nowadays the world counts more than 50 million refugees or internally displaced and half of them are children. Giving this situation AMADE Mondiale wished to join the Time to Act campaign launched by UNHCR in favor of the 1.4 million children Syrian refugees, hoping to avoid the loss of an entire generation innocent. AMADE focus his support on psychological assistant to kids living in the Zaatri camp in Jordania. © H.C.R.

AMADE Mondiale (AMADE) was founded in 1963 according to the wishes of Princess Grace. AMADE is based on a vision: a world where every child, whatever his social, religious or cultural origins are, would have the capacity to live with dignity and security, his fundamental rights fully respected.
A world where every child would have the opportunity to fulfill his potential.
AMADE Mondiale’s missions are to:
• Protect the most vulnerable children against violence, abuse and exploitation;
• Foster the development and well-being of children through access to health and education;
• Play an active advocacy role to anticipate and accompany change.



4 rue des Iris
98000 Monaco

+377 97 70 52 60
+377 97 70 52 72

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Education-Training, Lobbying-Law, Health, Emergency


Germany, Belgium, Burundi, Cambodia, Chile, Cyprus, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Haiti, Italy, Jordan, Laos, Lithuania, Monaco, Niger, Netherlands, Philippines, Congo (DRC), Syria, Chad

Association


Financial donation, Sponsor

1963

AMADE-Monaco (Association nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance)

2014 - Sainte Marie School

2014 - Sainte Marie School

2014 - Sainte Marie School

AMADE-Monaco was created in 1966 thanks to HSH the Princess Grace .
who had recently founded in 1963 AMADE-Mondiale (the World AMADE : a federation of the National AMADE) so as to give birth to the first National AMADE in the world.
AMADE Monaco is an N.G.O. that has the following mission:
To support and promote the physical, moral and spiritual well being of children throughout the world, without distinction of race, nationality or religion, and to do so with complete political independence.
Today, nearly 50 years after its creation, AMADE-Monaco continues to engage its mission to children both in Monaco and abroad.
AMADE is the acronym for the “Association Mondiale des Amis De l’Enfance” (international association of the friends of children).



AMADE-Monaco - Stade Louis II entrée H - 2eme étage
1, Avenue des Castelans
MC 98000 MONACO


+377 97 77 86 73
+377 97 77 86 73

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Culture, Education-Training, Environment, Health


Madagascar, Monaco

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

1966

AMITIE SANS FRONTIERES (founded in 1991 in MONACO by Mme Régine Vardon-West) and AMITIE SANS FRONTIERES INTERNATIONALE (founded in 1996) are Clubs-Services with 20 ASF member Clubs in the world.
His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco is the President of Honour of Amitié sans Frontières.

ASF aims at promoting tolerance, justice and friendship, thereby contributing to peace, with no discrimination on the grounds of sex, religion, nationality, race or profession.

ASF offers its contribution within its means to any humanitarian action undertaken at a local level, particularly those proposed by the General Assembly of the United Nations.



HOTEL HERMITAGE,
Square Beaumarchais
98000 MONTE-CARLO
Principauté de Monaco

+377 92 05 36 44
+377 93 50 47 12

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Culture, Education-Training, Environment, Health, Sport, Emergency


Every countries

Association, Service Club


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Sponsor

1991

AMPA (Association pour la recherche sur la maladie d'Alzheimer)

The Monegasque Association for research on Alzheimer’s disease (AMPA) was born upon an initiative of Michel Pastor and Dr Michel Mourou in 1990.

Since 2009, the association is chaired by Catherine Pastor and its Vice-President, Professor Alain Pesce, head of the Monegasque geriatric services.

AMPA works on a national and international level to support research, encourage scientific meetings, diffuse expertise and knowledge, increase public awareness and inform and accompany people with Alzheimer’s disease and their carers.

In 2013, AMPA launched the Mediterranean Alzheimer Alliance in order to help and support the different entities across the Mediterranean involved in Alzheimer’s disease.



AMPA
Europa Résidence
Place des Moulins
98000 Monaco

+377 98 16 58 88
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Health


Algeria, Cyprus, Croatia (Hrvatska), Egypt, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Monaco, Portugal, Slovenia, Tunisia, Turkey

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2009

AMREF Monaco

Amref Health Africa is the largest African-based nonprofit that delivers health services to over 30 countries on the continent. Our vision is lasting health change in Africa. Originally founded in 1957 as the Flying Doctors of East Africa and staffed by doctors who flew light aircraft to bring emergency health care to remote areas, our work is now focused on training health workers at all levels and strengthening community health systems. We use African solutions to tackle critical African health challenges with African expertise. Over 90% of our staff working on the ground is African. The Amref in Monaco office raises awareness and critically needed funds for our work in Africa.



Rés. Le Saint-André
20, boulevard de Suisse
MC 98000 Monaco


+377 97 77 08 08
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Education-Training, Lobbying-Law, Health, Emergency


South Africa, Benin, Côte d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

1957

Alizeta MC

Although Alizeta association in Monaco was founded in January 2014, we have been working on our projects in Burkina Faso since 2004 as “Alizeta Progetti Solidali Onlus”, our Italian association.
In Burkina Faso, we built and managed for 7 years a center to cure children suffering from severe malnutrition, we sponsor student’s grants, different kinds of training and agricultural projects.
We also built 14 wells and rebuilt the dam of Yargho.
Today, Alizeta is involved in an important ecological agricultural project.



2 avenue des citronniers
98 000 Monaco

0033678638022
0037797771578

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Health


Burkina Faso

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

2014

AlphaBeta

Rural clinic Efah - Cameroon

Elementary school - Andasibe, Madagascar

Learning how to sew - Darbhagudem, Andhra Pradesh, India

New born Tanguiéta Hospital, Benin

High school - Kiu Katiam,Laos

Batibo Hospital - Cameroon

Elementary school - Tchebèbè, Togo

We founded AlphaBeta in Monaco in 2018 on the basis of a consolidated experience of more than 125 projects for children around the world during the last fourteen years. Our style is to do small projects to help the highest number of children in the areas of education, health and living conditions in poor areas of the world.

Our concept is to convert 100% of donations into children's projects by working for free, traveling at our own expense, not doing paid advertising, managing the website and accounting for free.

An important principle for us is to work with local people understanding and respecting their cultures to achieve together projects that will continue to live in time (with our timely assistance if necessary).



Association AlphaBêta
9 Rue des Oliviers
MC 98000, Monaco

+377 99 99 45 28
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Education-Training, Health


Benin, Cameroon, India, Madagascar, Togo

Association


Financial donation, Sponsor

2018

Association Monaco-Tunisie

Monaco-Tunisia association aims at promoting relationships between Tunisian and Monegasque and contributes to the implementation of development projects with a social, educative, economic or environmental focus.



50 boulevard du jardin Exotique, 98 000 Monaco

06.73.48.86.13
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Culture, Education-Training, Environment, Lobbying-Law, Health, Sport, Emergency


Tunisia

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

2014

Association OASIS

Economic pressure on natural resources is having an alarming impact. Sustainable development offers a more harmonious approach to resource exploitation, investment and technology, thereby laying the groundwork for a future in which we are better able to meet human needs. The industrial revolution in the western world led to an explosion in the global population. Some 250 years on, we now face an alarming situation. The planet is getting warmer, the environment is polluted, ecosystems are being destroyed, desertification continues at a worrying pace, and global inequalities are growing all the time. These factors pose a genuine threat to humanity’s peaceful existence.



Association OASIS
C/o Mme MANSOUR
Le Victoria
13 Bld Princesse Charlotte
98000 MONACO

0677000315


Environment, Health


Egypt, Jordan

Association


Financial donation

2012

Association OASIS

Le projet de la société OASIS TECHNOLOGIES est ambitieux et nourri d’un certain idéal, celui lutter contre la pauvreté et la malnutrition, tout en atténuant les effets des changements climatiques. Dans notre société contemporaine guidée par la surconsommation, l’affaire n’était pas aisée. Néanmoins, la vision innovatrice de Mme Rawya Mansour avait pour finalité de créer une série de projets d’éco villages au service du développement durable pour renforcer le développement agricole durable et de parvenir à une certaine sécurité alimentaire. En effet, l’impact de la pression économique sur les ressources naturelles est alarmant. Le développement durable permet ainsi l’exploitation des ressources, les investissements, une orientation des techniques développés de manière harmonieuse afin de renforcer le potentiel à venir pour mieux répondre aux besoins de l’humanité.
Hans Jonas disait « Agis de façon que les effets de ton action soient compatibles avec la permanence d’une vie authentiquement humaine sur terre », Le principe de responsabilité : une éthique pour la civilisation technologique.



Le Victoria
13 Bld Princesse Charlotte
98000 MONACO

0677000315


Environment


Egypt, Jordan, Western Sahara

Association


Financial donation

2012

CARITAS MONACO

Caritas Monaco is a full member of Caritas Europa and Caritas Internationalis, a confederation of more than 160 Catholic organizations.

Our main objectives are: to end poverty, defend justice and restore human dignity.

In fighting poverty and social inequality, our goal is to encourage people to build a better world through various social programs.

Our task, in addition to economic aid, has an educational dimension and accompanying persons.



Paroisse Sainte Dévote
Place Sainte Dévote
MC 98000 Monaco

+377 93 50 52 60
+377 97 70 83 07

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Lobbying-Law, Health, Emergency


Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cuba, Haiti, Lebanon, Peru, Philippines, Congo (DRC), Romania, Sudan, Syria, Palestinian Territory

Association


Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

1990

CEP MONACO

Since a mission trip in Benin, the association CEP has had the will to achieve the construction and sustainability of an orphanage in this emerging country, where the infant and maternal death rate is high.

The first building (250m2) was inaugurated in February 2014.
The second was inaugurated in May 2017.
In February 2018 we built a pedagogic farm . It will help children obtaining a diploma in agronomy, and it will help for sustaining the orphanage by feeding it.
We can afford 32 children from age 3 to 17, and two couples in charge of the direction and of the education and a watchman for security purposes, are receiving accommodation.

Food autonomy is partially ensured by a small farmland comprising the production of cereals, fruits and vegetables and some chickens.
We need to earn an bigger land for agricultural farming: what we collect we can eat a part and sell a part to buy other seeds and plants.

The durability of this project will be partly dependent on the sponsorship of the orphans.

We are actively and constantly looking for sponsors and financial partners.

In fact, our next goal is to keep on building the 3 next dormitories to welcome, with time, 108 children.



CEP Monaco
9 chemin de la Turbie
98000 Monaco

0607931538
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Education-Training


Benin

Association


Financial donation, Sponsor

2011

CHILDREN AND FUTURE

Principality of Monaco, Monaco, Children and Future, No finish line

Principality of Monaco, Monaco, Children and Future, No finish line

Principality of Monaco, Monaco, Children and Future, No finish line

Principality of Monaco, Monaco, Children and Future, No finish line

Principality of Monaco, Monaco, Children and Future, No finish line

Principality of Monaco, Monaco, Children and Future, No finish line

At the beginning : a group of friends, wanting to propose a personal investment to improve the condition of children in this world, moved by the injustice of those amongst them who suffer too much, from this group, an idea is born …
Every single one of us starts to take part in this idea, wants to be part of it, distribute it, make it come to life…
We are a team of volunteers, and it is only to help the children's cause that we get involved to defend their rights… Most of our members work or live in the Principality and, through this involvement, want to testify their attachment to the country.
Principal events organized by Children& Future :
* No Finish Line® in November
* NFL DANSE in April



2 AVENUE Saint Laurent
98000 Monaco

0607935081
92165898

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Education-Training, Health


Burundi, France, Haiti, India, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Monaco, Nepal, Senegal

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2001

Child CARE Monaco

Martine Ackermann created the association Child CARE Monaco in 2012, to offer education to the underprivileged children.
We have opened a girls school in the area of Udaipur, India, which provides education, food, basic healthcare and school uniform for 90 girls.
The 149€ sponsorchild we propose goes entirely for the benefits of each kid.
We assure a follow up through a local team and also by controlling the good functioning ourself regularly going to India.
Our association is entirely manage by volunteers without salary.
Child CARE Monaco organizes a lot of events in and around Monaco to raise funds for the schools and also welcome donations and sponsorchild to help in this project.



Child CARE Monaco
41 Avenue de l'Annonciade
98000 Monaco

+33 6 14695994
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Education-Training


India

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Sponsor

2012

Children of Africa MC

Founded in January 2015, Children of Africa MC is an association based in Monaco that aims to help children in Tanzania and in the future, Senegal. The foundation’s objective is to improve the living conditions of children by engaging in the infrastructure, health and educational sectors. Children of Africa also engages in small and simple initiatives: buying clothes, gifts and shoes to the children; things that can bring smiles and joy to their daily lives. We choose projects that move us, that can benefit the children in a fast and efficient way but that can also have an impact in the long run on their lives and on society at large. We work with local organization that help us overcome the cultural, language barriers and teach us “how things work” in a country that has its own political, economical and ethical systems. We also wish to develop projects that are sustainable for the environment, working with eco-friendly technologies. As our aim is to make the people we work with autonomous, we target projects that can be self-supporting for the children.



6 avenue des ligures 98000 Monaco

+37792056241
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Education-Training


Tanzania

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Sponsor

2014

Collectif Réfugiés d'Orient

The goal of this society is to welcome, in the Principality of Monaco and in France, christians that are persecuted due to their religion, and concerns primarily far eastern christians.

Secondly, to help and aid directly and indirectly those christians in Monaco as well as in France.



23 Boulevard des Moulins
98000 MONACO

+377 97 77 54 93
+377 93 15 09 66

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Culture, Education-Training, Lobbying-Law, Emergency


France, Monaco

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Host family, Sponsor

2015

Cordons de Vie

Cordons de Vie aims at fund raising in order to :

- Support international research on ombilic and placenta stem cells and the development of effective treatments ( check ups, care, transplants, medical material …)
- Help the poorest countries,( i.e. in Africa) to use these effective treatments to cure such illness as sickle cell disease, leukemias, lymphomas …
- Contribute to the approval of the Monaco Maternity Ward, allowing ombilic blood donation useful to research and treatments

The Board of Directors consults its Scientific Committee for research projects and works with the Office of International Cooperation and various associations on humanitarian projects.



10 rue Bosio
98000 Monaco

06 07 93 88 50
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Health


France, Madagascar, Mali, Monaco, Niger, Senegal

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2012

Reinforcement of first aid capacities in the West African countries. Picture: First Aid textbook adapted and realised by the Monaco Red Cross and Burkina Faso.

This is the only station for water refuelling at the refugee camp Mentao in Burkina Faso a couple of weeks after the first arrival of refugees from Mali. The Monaco Red Cross was among the first organisations to intervene in this hard and demanding situation.

Universality: the Monaco Red Cross is mainly working in the West of Africa. There, it is developing different projects in close relation with the local population. Moreover, it has a local delegation in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

Environmental sensitisation, use and maintenance of an improved home, Sag-Nioniogo refugee camp, Burkina Faso.

Since 2011: protection and education for more than 1.100 young girls working as home maids in Burkina Faso. Photo: young girls being touched by an educational talk.

Since 2011: protection and education for more than 1.100 young girls working as home maids in Burkina Faso. Photo: young girls consulting the comic strip “Mama and Biba” (Sarmassi-Poni Village).

Relocation of the Pavilion of Monaco from the Universal Exhibition in Milan 2015. The building which is environmental friendly, will be transformed into an accommodation and training centre for Red Cross in Burkina Faso. Picture illustrating the future project which will be constructed in Loumbila, near Ouagadougou.

After an emergency operation in 2012, the Monaco Red Cross started an important programme to strengthen the resistance of the populations during food shortages.

In the Philippines, after the Haiyan typhoon, the victims could rely on the manual pumps installed by Philippines Red Cross. The Monaco Red Cross issued immediately an appeal for funds which led to a total collection of some €460.000.

The outbreak of Ebola in Western Africa arose an immediate action and an important financial participation to support the operations in the affected countries.

Neutrality, impartiality, and independence: more than 660 demonstrators and members of security forces received first aid care by the Ukrainian Red Cross during the winter 2012-2013. In Russia an appeal for funds was issued to support the Ukrainian Red Cross.

The volunteers and the beneficiaries are those who most frequently identify the vulnerabilities and react to them. A simulation of a road accident during a first aid training in in Niger.

Chaired by His Royal Highness the Prince Albert II, the Red Cross of Monaco has helped people in need for nearly 65 years. As well as endeavouring to improve the well-being of the weakest, to train and to raise awareness among the people of Monaco, it acts also beyond the borders of Monaco.

Internationally, it participates in the actions launched by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement during humanitarian catastrophes across the globe. It also acts, through its international department to increase vulnerable populations’ resistance and by signing partnerships with other Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies, especially in West Africa.



27 bd de Suisse
98 000 MONACO

+377 97 97 68 00
+377 93 15 90 47

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Education-Training, Lobbying-Law, Health, Emergency


Every countries

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

1948

Digital Aid

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Digital Aid is a welfare initiative that restores rundown computer hardware and other electronic equipment to further child education in 10 developing countries across Africa and Europe.
Since beginning of 2010, we have donated over 600 computers to orphanages, social centers, hospitals and schools. After refurbishing appliances, we deliver them to underprivileged children - those who want to become technology friendly, but lack the resources to do so. Thus providing tools for future employment opportunities.



c/o Moore Stephens Services
L'Estoril bloc C
31 avenue Princesse Grace
98000 Monaco

+377 99900099
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Website


Education-Training, Environment


Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, France, Lithuania, Morocco, Monaco, Romania

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

2010

Energy Assistance Monaco

Créée en 2011, notre association a pour objectif de mettre à disposition les compétences et le savoir-faire de ses membres pour la réalisation de projets humanitaires à destination des populations les plus vulnérables, tout particulièrement dans le domaine de l’énergie.

Nous privilégions notre action dans tous les secteurs liés à la santé, l’éducation et la jeunesse et nous mettons notamment en œuvre des productions énergétiques à base de sources d’origine renouvelable chaque fois que cela est possible. A ce titre l’association s’inscrit résolument dans une démarche de développement durable.

Nous intervenons également pour des associations humanitaires monégasques désireuses de monter des projets à l’international et souhaitant s’appuyer sur un partenaire fiable pour toutes les problématiques souvent complexes liées à l’énergie.



10 avenue de Fontvieille
98000 MONACO

92 05 05 16 ou 92 05 05 31
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Education-Training, Environment, Health, Emergency


Benin, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Guinea, India, Madagascar, Mongolia

Association


Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

2011

Femmes Leaders Mondiales Comité de Monaco

The aim of Femmes Leaders Monaco is to highlight the individual career paths of responsible and supportive women, in Monaco and worldwide, in order to promote their standing and impact in defending the concept of equal rights for men and women. Our organisation in Monaco forms part of an international network.



C/O Madame Hilde Haneuse-Heye
2, boulevard Rainier III,
Monaco 98 000

+33607931715, +33608219832
Email
Website


Culture, Education-Training


Algeria, Armenia, Belgium, France, Gambia, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Mali, Morocco, Monaco, Czech Republic, Rwanda, Senegal, Togo, Tunisia, Uruguay

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2009

Fight Aids Monaco

EXCLUSIVE. NO WEBSITES. NO APPS. NO TABLOIDS Princess Stephanie of Monaco visiting in suburbs and 'Townships' in Cape Town, South Africa, on December 07, 2012, for the first time in her role as a UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador and President of Fight Aids Monaco. The main part of this mission to be dedicated to the visits of ground, in particular in NGO supported by the UNAIDS and the Principality of Monaco, through the action of the direction of the international and on-the-spot Cooperation, the General Consulate of Monaco in South Africa. The main part of this mission to be dedicated to the visits of ground, in particular in NGO supported by the UNAIDS and the Principality of Monaco, through the action of the direction of the international and on-the-spot Cooperation, the General Consulate of Monaco in South Africa. Princess Stephanie of Monaco also will meet Mgr. Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize(Prizes) 1984, during her this humanitarian voyage. Photo by Frederic Nebinger/ABACAPRESS.COM

Many people who live with HIV fight this virus alone. They suffer from isolation, lack of confidence and, too often still, from discrimination. A large portion of these people seclude themselves from any social life or are excluded by their own social circles.

This is what H.S.H. Princess Stephanie is fighting against with her association Fight Aids Monaco, since 2004.

H.S.H. Princess Stephanie of Monaco and the Board Members are engaged in fighting these issues. With solidarity in mind, and to support its various needs, the association works in monaco with public and private institutions to organize prevention programmes as well as fundraising. Partnerships with French and African associations contribute to widen the range of actions we offer.

She also created in 2010, a unique concept in Europe, “La Maison de Vie”. This non-medicalized establisment offers those living with HIV, individual accommodation from 1 to 2 weeks to allow them to rest, have time for themselves, have a break, catch their breath despite the difficulties of living with the virus and to build up or regain their self-confidence.



11 boulevard Charles III
98000 Monaco

+377 97 70 67 97
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Education-Training, Health, Emergency


South Africa, Burundi, Haiti, Madagascar, Mauritius

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

2004

Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco

In June 2006, HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco decided to set up his Foundation in order to address the alarming threats hanging over our planet’s environment. The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation works for the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development. The Foundation supports projects in three main geographical regions: the Mediterranean Basin, the Polar Regions and the Least Developed Countries. The Foundation’s efforts focus on three main sectors: Climate change and renewable energies, biodiversity, and integrated and sustainable water management together with the fight against desertification.

To find out more: www.fpa2.com / www.facebook.com/FondationPrinceAlbertIIdeMonaco



Villa Girasole
16, bd de Suisse
98000 Monaco

+377 98 98 44 44
+377 98 98 44 45

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Environment


South Africa, Antarctica, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Congo, Ecuador, Spain, Federated States of Micronesia, United States, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Gabon, Greece, Greenland, Guatemala, Guinea, Haiti, Honduras, Solomon Islands, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Kiribati, Laos, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Niger, Norway, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Remote Oceania, Congo (DRC), United Kingdom, Russia, Rwanda, Senegal, Chad, British Indian Ocean Territory, Est Timor, Togo, Tunisia, European Union, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Foundation


Financial donation

2006

Fondation Princesse Charlène de Monaco

Maroc - Agadir - 13.04.2013 - Copyright : Gaëtan Luci / Palais Princier

U.S.A. - Tustin - 27.04.2014 - Copyright : David Nivière / Sipa Press / Palais Princier

Capbreton - 01.09.2013 - Copyright : Sébastien Darrasse (Realis) / Palais Princier

Capbreton - 01.09.2013 - Copyright : Sébastien Darrasse (Realis) / Palais Princier

U.S.A. - Tustin - 27.04.2014 - Copyright : David Nivière / Sipa Press / Palais Princier

U.S.A. - Tustin - 27.04.2014 - Copyright : David Nivière / Sipa Press / Palais Princier

"Learn to Swim - Apprendre à nager" - Montpellier - Juin 2014 - Copyright : A. Bourgeteau-Hervé - Aqualove

"Learn to Swim - Apprendre à nager" - Montpellier - Juin 2014 - Copyright : A. Bourgeteau-Hervé - Aqualove

"Water Safety - Prévenir la noyade" - Grèce - Eté 2014 - Copyright : Fondation Princesse Charlène de Monaco

Rescue training for developing countries - Montpellier - 15.09.2014 - Copyright : Jean-Pierre Arbouet

"Water Safety - Prévenir la noyade" - Dinard 22.06.2014 - Copyright : ASCE

"Learn to Swim - Apprendre à nager" - Inde - Mai 2014 - Copyright : Rashtriya Life Saving Society India

The primary objective of The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation is to save lives by fighting against drowning.

Its missions are to raise public awareness about the dangers of water, teach children preventive measures, and teach them to swim.

The World Health Organization estimated that 372,000 people drowned worldwide in 2012.

A number of “Learn to Swim” and “Water Safety” programs have been implemented in order to fight against this affliction.

The Foundation’s actions are also based on the values of sport such as discipline, self-respect and respect for others, determination and team spirit. This is why the programme “Sport & Education” was created.



Les Jardins d'Apolline
1 Promenade Honoré II
BP. 1
MC 98001 MONACO CEDEX

+377 98 98 99 99
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Education-Training, Health, Sport


South Africa, Australia, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Canada, Chile, United States, France, Ghana, Greece, India, Indonesia, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of, Madagascar, Malaysia, Morocco, Monaco, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, Dominican Republic, Senegal, Serbia, Sudan, Tanzania, Thailand, Zimbabwe

Foundation


Financial donation

2012

Foot pour l'Ecole

The association aims at giving school supplies to poor children in the Djoum region in South Cameroon, among which those in the Bata pigmy tribes, by organizing football tournaments with school supplies as rewards. A dual purpose : a summer jolly entertainment and a help to get to school in better conditions by lightening the families’ financial efforts.



3, rue Princesse Florestine
98000 Monaco

+377 6 80 86 25 63
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Education-Training, Sport


Cameroon

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

2015

InterActions & Solidarity

In a sustainable development prospect, IS accompanies communities in their evolution process in order to reduce poverty and promote environmental conservancy.

The local recruitment and the use of local means are IS priorities in order to meet communities needs through sustainable, efficient and reproducible answers such as :

- promoting communities sustainable access to education , social, sanitary and medical services
- contributing to security and improvement of community incomes, by developing solidarity and social projects, ecotourism and food security
- allowing the preservation of a sustainable environment by promoting environmental education and biodiversity protection activities.
- Strengthen local NGO’s response, management and strategic direction capabilities

IS Monaco has specialized overtime in reinforcing local teams’ and partner community organizations’ skills in order that local stakeholders take ownership of project management.



6 avenue des Papalins MC 98000 MONACO

00 377 92 05 92 05
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Education-Training, Environment, Health


Kenya

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

2004

Les Soins de l'Espoir Monaco

Centre créé par le Professeur Alain Carpentier il y a maintenant 25 ans.

Ce centre devient un lieu de formation mondial, nous y avons rencontré des chirurgiens Sénégalais envoyés par la Fondation Cuomo de Monaco.

But de l’association :
Venir en aide ou agir au profit d’enfants et adultes de milieux défavorisés, d’Asie du Sud Est, dans les domaines médicaux et paramédicaux et réunir les fonds nécessaires pour financer des opérations chirurgicales, des soins de toute nature et de développer des structures de soins. Actuellement les actions sont dirigées vers le Vietnam où beaucoup d’enfants ont des déficiences cardiaques.
Les actions :
Collaboration avec des orphelinats et avec des instances officielles pour détecter les personnes malades.
Relation avec l’Institut du Cœur (IDC) du Professeur Alain Carpentier à Hô Chi Minh Ville (Saigon) et avec des hôpitaux vietnamiens.
Prise en charge des dossiers de personnes nécessiteuses, de préférence des enfants malades, qui sont confiés directement à l’association « Les Soins de l’Espoir Monaco »
Distribution de vêtements, médicaments, jouets, livres…aux enfants nécessiteux.
Actions diverses et Organisation de manifestations (spectacles, brocantes, lotos etc…) pour obtenir des fonds.



ASSOCIATION LES SOINS DE L’ESPOIR MONACO
13 Boulevard Princesse Charlotte
98000 MONACO

+377 97 70 25 60
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Health


Viet Nam

Association


Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

2017

MISSION ENFANCE

Mission Enfance is an Organization of International Solidarity, placed under the Honorary Presidency of H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco, created in 1991 to “rescue children in distress around the world”. Today chaired by Mrs Patricia Husson, its main area of activity is education. Mission Enfance operates directly on the field with local teams to carry out the humanitarian programs, adapting its aid to the needs met in the explored countries, in remote areas, without racial, ethnic or religious consideration. Thanks to the grant allocated by the Principality of Monaco Government for the running costs, and with the support of private sponsors, the association affects 99,6% of its funds to its humanitarian actions on the field (financial year 2017).



19, avenue des Papalins
98000 MONACO

+377 92 05 32 03
+377 92 05 36 03

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Education-Training, Environment, Health, Emergency


Afghanistan, Armenia, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Ethiopia, France, Iraq, Laos, Lebanon, Syria, Viet Nam

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

1991

MONACO AIDE ET PRESENCE

Under the Honorary Presidency of HSH Prince Albert II, Monaco Aide & Presence (MAP) has been working around the globe since 1979, bringing real and lasting help to the poorest, mainly children and women.

Our activities target primarily:
- Education : construction of schools and professional workshops, training,
- Health : construction, rehabilitation of health and hospital facilities, provision of equipment and drugs, ophthalmic missions, training local caregivers.

We also work to provide the necessary nutritional needs and to improve the working conditions of women. Our aim is to work together with local people while respecting their culture, society and economy. Our activities are focused solely on the needs of the poor and are geared to making them more self-supporting.

We also help in the region for activities such as child care, food collection, hospital visits and aid to disabled and needy people.

The support provided by the Monegasque Government which covers our administrative expenses and the volunteerism of the members of the board, the auditors, and the local representatives abroad, ensure that 100% of the donations collected are applied to our projects.



20, rue Notre Dame de Lorète - BP 525 - MC 98000 MONACO

(+377) 93 50 84 05
(+377) 92 16 15 04

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Education-Training, Health


South Africa, Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, India, Madagascar, Mali, Moldova, Nepal, Niger, Sri Lanka

Association


Financial donation, Sponsor

1979

Monaco Collectif Haïti

In response to the violent earthquake which hit Haïti on Tuesday 12 January, and following the will of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, many Monegasque NGO’s together with the Office of International Cooperation as well as private companies got united in order to support a joint project: MONACO COLLECTIF HAITI.

After several field missions in Haïti, the Collectif chose to support Doctor William PAPE’s project: the construction of a nursery school and primary school in Port-au-Prince, managed by Gheskio health centres.
Prince Albert II school opened in 2012 and was inaugurated by H.S.H. Prince Albert II on 15th February 2013.
300 children are currently provided education in the school, and also benefit from a personalized follow-up care as the school is integrated in a health centre.



Direction de la Coopération Internationale
Athos Palace
2 Rue de la Lüjerneta
MC 98000 MONACO
Téléphone : (+377) 98 98 44 88


+377 98 98 44 88
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Education-Training, Health


Haiti

Association Group


Financial donation

2010

Monaco Collectif Humanitaire

In 2008, on the occasion of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco’s 50th birthday, Monegasque NGOs actively involved in international solidarity efforts, with support from the Government of Monaco’s Office of International Cooperation, joined forces under the name “Monaco Collectif Humanitaire”. The initial goal was to offer treatment in Monaco to 50 children whose condition, chiefly heart disease, could not be treated in their countries of origin.
Today, “Monaco Collectif Humanitaire” continues its action grouping together 21 Monegasque and 3 French international solidarity organisations.


Surgery is carried out at the Cardio-Thoracic Centre in Monaco (CCTM) and the Princess Grace Hospital (CHPG) for heart patients and the Institut Monégasque de Médecine et de chirurgie Sportive (IM2S) for orthopaedic patients.

At the beginning of 2015, over 240 children had already been provided care since the project was initiated.

Renowned football player Olivier Giroud has become the Ambassador of the project in 2014.



Direction de la Coopération Internationale
2 rue de la Lüjerneta
98 000 Monaco

+377 98 98 44 88
+377 97 77 73 22

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Health


Algeria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Comoros, Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iraq, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Niger, Philippines, Senegal, Syria, Tanzania, Chad, Togo, Tunisia

Association Group


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Host family, Sponsor

2008

The Mission of Monaco Impact is to encourage, facilitate and federate charitable initiatives, organizations and institutes in Monaco in order to put Monaco on the map as a World Center of charity and thereby contribute to the positive perception of Monaco in the world.

The Vision of Monaco Impact is to promote Monaco as a center of committed global citizens while expanding the base of local philanthropists and social impact investors through ongoing education, collaboration and sharing novel approaches to global challenges.

Monaco Impact identifies best practices, novel approaches, and supports promising solutions to global challenges.
Monaco Impact will actively encourage charitable giving among the Monaco community and its residents.



Gildo Pastor Center
7, Rue du Gabian
MC 98000 Monaco

+377607933547
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Education-Training, Environment, Health, Emergency


Every countries

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2014

Mothers of Africa Monaco

Mothers of Africa Monaco works in sub-Saharan Africa and our goals are to:

- combat the extremely high mortality rate of women and adolescent girls during pregnancy and childbirth;

- help future mothers in Africa, children and health professionals to implement changes through education and infrastructure;

- protect and empower people by providing them with the tools they need to control their own lives and their health;

- collaborate with the communities by involving them fully in a truly participative effort.

In 2017, Mothers of Africa built a school in Shiyala, Zambia for 540 children. The goal in 2018 for Mothers of Africa Monaco is to supply its library, provide some necessary furniture in the school, and give a summer school for students as well as a training for Shiyala teachers, all given by qualified volunteer teachers.



5 Avenue du Berceau, Monaco 98000

+37797705402
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Education-Training, Health


Zambia

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

2017

N.A.M.A.S.T.E.

NAMASTE (Nepal Monaco Cultural Association) was created in 2009. The goal of the Association is :
- to promote the Nepalese culture in Monaco (and across Europe)
- to improve the living conditions of the Nepalese people, more particularly in the fields of education and health, to support projects for economic development implemented by the villagers, while ensuring their autonomy and the environment are respected
- and more generally speaking, to promote, encourage and facilitate activities that are likely to develop ties between Nepal and Monaco.
Thanks to the incredible chain of solidarity created in Monaco around several initiatives, we have been able to implement, in a short time, concrete projects for the Rigaon people, in particular women and children (school, community clinic, training for women…)



13, boulevard de Suisse
98000 Monaco

+ 377 93 50 71 62
+ 377 93 50 71 62

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Education-Training, Health


Nepal

Association


Financial donation

2009

O2VIE MONACO

O2vie Monaco aims to provide access to safe drinking water to people in Northern Mali. After having worked in the field to allow access to drinking water in schools and hospitals, and then in the area of connecting public buildings to urban water distribution networks, our Association is now oriented toward the construction of wells of large diameter in rural areas.



6 avenue des Papalins
98000 MONACO

+33 6 69 68 17 69


Health


Mali

Association


Financial donation

2005

Oasis for Peace - Oasis pour la Paix

The association « Oasis for Peace » was founded by Alessandro Dalmasso and Sylva Cosulich Dalmasso together with Father Rito Julio Alvarez.
The main purpose of the association is to act in the international cooperation setting to defend children’s human rights, providing nutrition, education and health.

Our mission is to create educational centres, teaching trades and professions whilst developing the personal skills of each child. These educational centres will train leaders with a mentality of social and global development based on peace and justice.
Our objective is the promotion of initiatives for an education based on peace and on people’s integration, as well as training future generations with a technological and ecological vision, based on the respect and the preservation of the environment.

Our first project will support the activities of the “Fundación Oasis de Amor y Paz” based in Colombia. This foundation saves, hosts and gives school education to children and young victims of the “guerrilla” and of the drugs production.
Our association will work to develop and improve the social, educational and humanitarian actions of the Colombian foundation.



11, avenue de l'Hermitage
98000 Monaco

+377 92167187
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Education-Training, Environment, Microfinance


Colombia, Italy, Monaco

Association


Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

2018

Ordre Militaire et Hospitalier de Saint Lazare de Jérusalem – Monaco

The Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem (OSLJ-Monaco) has as mission to bring help to the ill and the poorest people.
In Madagascar, in the town of Ankolamaré (Saint Mary Island), the OSLJ-Monaco has just finalised the construction, in hard material and following anticyclone norms, of a free health centre, replacing the old one, which was in wood, in bad state and vulnerable as was one hundred metres away from the see, and equipped it with recent material.
This health centre helps satisfy the medical needs of this part of the island, very isolated and of difficult access as far away from the main communication means (access by potholed earth road)
This Health centre has been authorised by the local health authorities.
A big THANK-YOU to Mr Bruno Dal Piaz from OSJL-Monaco who followed the construction job.



C/O JP CAMPANA
45, Av de Grande-Bretagne
98000 MONACO

06 07 35 36 12
93505400

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Health


Madagascar, Monaco

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment

2013

Peace and Sport

Peace and Sport is a politically neutral and independent organization based in the Principality of Monaco, which works to promote sport as a tool for peace. Founded by current President Joël Bouzou in 2007, Peace and Sport is a global initiative under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Peace and Sport acts to put sport at the heart of concerted, effective and relevant political action, to make sport a catalyst for peace.



Aigue Marine
24 avenue de Fontvieille
Bloc B
98000 Monaco

+ 377 97 97 78 00
+ 377 97 97 18 91

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Education-Training, Lobbying-Law, Health, Sport


Burundi, Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Haiti, Israel, Mali, Congo (DRC), Palestinian Territory, Est Timor

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

2007

S.E.B. Soutien Entraide Bénévolat

Education and health are our main concerns, while a child out of two has no access to school and the education of girls remains worrisome.
We already managed to build three schools of the secondary cycle, with all the necessary furniture and the school equipment.
Our sponsorship program enables disadvantaged children to benefit from a school and medical follow-up.
In the field of the health, the Hospital of Douentza was renovated as well as health centers.
The creation of kitchen gardens has allowed to run a school canteen and cater for the needs of the local population.
Micro-credits also enabled women to create small shops and sell their goods on markets.
During the war, the money sent made it possible to buy tons of millet and rice.



13, Avenue des Castelans
98000 MONACO

06.07.93.11.27
+377.97.77.02.32

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Education-Training, Microfinance, Health, Emergency


Mali, Morocco

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation, Donation of supplies and equipment, Sponsor

2007

She Can He Can

(c) Ed Wright Images

(C) Valentina de Gaspari

She Can He Can is a Monaco-based organisation that aims to inspire and support girls to take leadership roles. We encourage girls and boys to challenge deeply-held, life-limiting gender stereotypes and to realize their full potential, independent of their gender.

She Can He Can also works to recognize the achievements and contributions of great female leaders throughout herstory. By looking back, we can inspire the future.



7 bd d'Italie
98000 Monaco

+33680861235
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Education-Training, Lobbying-Law


Monaco, Rwanda

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2011

Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, Athens, Greece, 2016

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (www.SNF.org) is one of the world’s leading private international philanthropic organizations, making grants in the areas of arts and culture, education, health and sports, and social welfare. The Foundation funds organizations and projects that are expected to achieve a broad, lasting and positive impact for society at large, and exhibit strong leadership and sound management. The Foundation also seeks actively to support projects that facilitate the formation of public-private partnerships as an effective means for serving public welfare.
From 1996 until today, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation has made grant commitments of over $2.6 billion / €2.2 billion, through more than 4,000 grants to nonprofit organizations in 124 nations around the world.



c/o FSN S.A.M.
George V
14 Avenue de Grande Bretagne
MC98000 Monaco

+377 93 15 75 50
+377 97 97 36 51

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Culture, Education-Training, Environment, Health, Sport, Emergency


Every countries

Foundation

1996

TAF - The Animal Fund

TAF – The Animal Fund was established in 2015 with its primary focus on protection of the ocean, dolphins and whales.

Our Mission:

- To educate and inform the public (especially the children) through our events, presentations, conferences, advertising campaigns and
communications on social networks about the danger and consequences of the extinction of the cetacean.
Since more than 50% of our oxygen comes from the oceans and indirectly from the whales that fertilize them, we can not live without these magnificent creatures.

- To protect, save and help the dolphins and the whales who are victims of maltreatment, pollution, and overfishing.

- To communicate on environmental issues and the harm it does to our planet such as plastic pollution, overfishing and use of animal products in the cosmetics.

We work mainly with schools and universities.
90% of our educational activities take place with children and we organize about 40 educational events a year!

We aim for a healthy, unpolluted and protected ocean with an abundance of marine mammals, as without them ...life on earth cannot exist!



7, Rue Suffren R. 98000 Monaco

0650742918
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Education-Training, Environment


Germany, Belgium, Bermuda, Croatia (Hrvatska), Denmark, Spain, United States, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Monaco, Norway, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Sweden

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2015

iConnect Monaco



15, ave des Papalins
Le Magellan, Bloc A3
98000 Monaco

‭+33 6 63 75 37 83‬
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Education-Training, Health, Emergency


Bulgaria, Egypt, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Syria, Turkey

Association


Voluntary-Charity Work, Financial donation

2014