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Member Organisations

The Alliance is proud to have nearly 100 organisations as members. Each organisation is unique in its focus, scope and area of operation. Learn more about our members here, or click here to submit your organisation's profile. If you would like information on becoming an Alliance member, please visit the Membership page.

Action Chrétienne Pour la Paix et le Developpement (Christian Action for Peace and Development) works for the improvement of the immediate and sustainable living conditions of vulnerable people in The Democratic Republic of Congo.
Created in 1979, Action contre la Faim is fighting against hunger in the world.
Advocacy for Child Relief (ACR) is an independent, nonpartisan, non-governmental organisation which is incorporated under the laws of Uganda.  It was founded by a group of young Ugandan children wellness activists and professionals in response to
We are an independent, not for profit, Pan-African Institute of policy research and dialogue on the African child.
AJEDI-Ka is a local organisation based in Uvira, South Kivu Province, Eastern DRC. It was founded in 1989 on the initiative of local notability and youth engaged in the fight against erosion and the protection of the environment.
Article iii Group was established in 2014 to ensure that the protection and participation rights of children in Malawai are realized.
The mission of the Association Communautaire pour la Promotion et Protection des Droits de l'Homme (ACPDH) is to promote and protect human rights through education, training, and research on the UNCRC.
The Association for Women’s Promotion and Endogenous Development is an association of Congolese women that supports the promotion and the protection of women, young girls and children in the South Kivu province, Democratic Republic of Congo.
AVSI works for a world where the person, aware of his/her value and dignity, is the protagonist of his/her own integral development and that of his/her community, even in crisis and emergency contexts.
We want to see young people in Bangladesh take an active role in public and political life. The goal of Bangladesh Model Youth Parliament is to instill young people with an understandi

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