They make the Association
OUR OPERATIONAL PARTNERS
They are essential to the implementation of sustainable projects and coordinated with local policies. The choice of local partners is the result of an in-depth study of their viability and their expertise,their legitimacy and professionalism.
A local, non-political and non-denominational NGO, founded in 2001 by a Cambodian employee of Enfants & Développement. The association, which works for the development of young children, is recognized for its innovative pedagogical tools and its training of kindergarten teachers.
(Samatapheap Khnom Organization)
A local, non-political and non-denominational NGO, created in 2007. It works to improve the quality of life of families in Cambodia through psycho-social support. Access to education and the fight against violence against women are among its priorities.
Cambodian association specialized in the development of early childhood and the improvement of the quality of primary education. It operates in different provinces of Cambodia.
Center for Social Work for Children (CTSE), under the aegis of the Department of Social Affairs of Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam. Planète Enfants & Développement collaborated with the CTSE for the opening and the animation of a multi services social center.
The Hung Vuong and Nhan Dao vocational training centers in Vietnam have been working for several years to improve the quality of training for young people to better suit their needs.
The health center for disadvantaged children (CDED) co-organized with our association health check-ups and nutrition sessions/cooking workshops in the community to limit the risks of malnutrition for very young children (0 to 5 years).
The Center for Supporting Community Development Initiatives (SCDI) is a local NGO created in 2010 to support the most marginalized (AIDS patients, sex workers and their children, drug users, etc.). Active in the North of Vietnam and in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Vietnamese Women's Union is a political and social organization of Vietnamese women working for the equality and development of women in Vietnam. Its headquarters are located in Hanoi.
A non-denominational NGO registered in Dhading district where it has been working for the past 15 years to help marginalized and disadvantaged people. It works a lot with women and girls for their emancipation.
A non-political, non-denominational NGO, established in 2003, that works on children's rights in general and child protection and development in particular. Child Nepal has initiated innovative programs that promote child participation and protection.
Association pour la Promotion de l'Education des Jeunes Enfants au Faso (APEJEF), created in 2006 in Burkina Faso. In its philosophy, the game occupies an important space in the construction of children as actors of development and citizens of the future.
The Association des Garde Bébés (AGB) is a nursery with a social vocation that welcomes since 2012 children from 3 months to 3 years of age of student-mothers, who without a childcare center for their children, are forced to stop their studies and/or their professional careers. AGB is located in Ouahigouya in the northern region of Burkina Faso.
The Women's Association for the Development of Burkina (A.FE.DE.B), created in 2000, works for the socio-economic and cultural development of women and girls in Burkina Faso . She was decorated as a Knight of the Burkinabe Order of Merit on December 07, 2016 in Ouagadougou.
The National Institute of Social Work Training (INFTS) is a State Public Establishment (EPE) of Burkina Faso created in 2005. Its mission is to provide initial and continuing training, advanced training and action research in the fields of social work. It trains professionals who work with young children from 0 to 6 years old.
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Initiative Communautaire Changer la Vie NAZEMSE (ICCV/NAZEMSE) is a community-based self-help association based in Ouagadougou. Its areas of intervention are education, health, food security and the socio-economic empowerment of women.
The Association for the Protection of Children's Rights in Ho Chi Minh City (HACRP) is a Vietnamese association whose mission is to defend the fundamental rights of children in urban areas. It supports vulnerable children through scholarships, health projects, etc.
Auteuil Petite Enfance (APE), an association created in June 2010, is a subsidiary of the Fondation Apprentis d'Auteuil. Its establishments welcome young children in adapted care conditions (extended hours, emergency care, etc.). It offers support to parents to strengthen the parent-child bond.
OneSky is an NGO founded in China in 1998 to teach communities and professionals how to provide care and education that develops the full potential of the most vulnerable young children. It expanded to Vietnam in 2016.
THE IMAGINE PROJECT
The Imagine Project is an information NGO created by journalist Frédérique Bedos in 2010. It aims to create a movement of civic engagement in line with the Sustainable Development Goals
Chamroeun Microfinance is a social microfinance institute in Cambodia. The institute provides loans to low-income entrepreneurs and families in Cambodia.
Batik International is an association created in 1998 that works with a network of partners to promote access to economic and social rights for all and to encourage socio-economic integration. It provides technical support to its partners, particularly through training.
The Song-Taaba Association of United Women and Development (ASFUD) was created in 2006 by a village women's group in 1998 to develop a mutual aid system for the promotion of women and their environment in Burkina Faso.
Terre des Hommes
Created in 1960, Terre des Hommes became a foundation in 1988. This Swiss child relief organization works on protection, health and emergency programs in nearly 40 countries.
The Association Burkinabé pour le Bien Etre Familial (ABBEF) has been providing prevention and psychological and medical care for the population of childbearing age in Burkina Faso since 1985.
Esther Vision is an association that originated from a group of women in Burkina Faso and was recognized in 2014. It offers vocational training, social reintegration and income-generating activities to empower women in difficulty.
A micro-finance institute in Burkina Faso, the Diocesan Savings and Credit Cooperative of Ouagadougou (CODEC Ouaga) offers social micro-credit services to vulnerable populations.
The Association of Municipalities of Burkina Faso (AMBF) aims to strengthen local governance in Burkina Faso.