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  • Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development

    Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development


    ACTED (Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development) is a non-governmental organization founded in 1993 with headquarters in Paris, France. Independent, private and not-for-profit, ACTED respects a strict political and religious impartiality and operates according to principles of non-discrimination and transparency in 33 countries around the world. Our Mission: Adaptability, Efficiency and Flexibility for Results ACTED responds to emergencies, provides recovery and rehabilitation support and contributes to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) through interventions that seek to cover multiple aspects of humanitarian and development crises through a multidisciplinary approach. For 20 years, our intervention areas have been among the poorest, most vulnerable and remote in the world and we adapt out strategies to each context in order to achieve the most direct positive impact with the most efficient use of resources. ACTED is committed to accountability and quality management, certified as an active member of HAP International. Our Approach: To guarantee the link between Emergency, Rehabilitation and Development ACTED's vision is to guarantee the link between emergency, rehabilitation and development based on the contiguum model. ACTED often establishes a presence in response to a disaster or crisis where ACTED meets basic needs through emergency response but goes beyond them by remaining in the field after emergencies to develop needs-based programming to meet the recovery and development goals of communities we work with. As a principle, ACTED starts pursuing rehabilitation and (return-to) development measures immediately after the start of and alongside its relief activities.
  • Al Manar Voluntary Organization


    Sudanese NGO specializing in emergency health and nutrition assistance in Sudan.
  • Al-Mutawinat Group


    An organisation established to provide legal aid to women and paralegal training program for community leaders. Mutawinat also runs literacy, human rights, and legal rights awareness campaigns; fosters communication between women’s groups in Africa; works to eradicate FGM by developing and implementing new legal and educational strategies; and assists displaced and rural women. The organization also conducts and publishes studies and research concerning women’s development. Samia El-Hashmi is also a WRRC Programme's Women, Inheritance, and Property Rights working group member.