Planète Enfants & Développement and its local partners
They are essential for the implementation of sustainable projects that are coordinated with local policies. The choice of local partners is the result of an in-depth study of their viability and their expertise, legitimacy and professionalism.
Krousar Yoeung (KrY) is a non-governmental, apolitic, and non-denominational local organization founded in 2001 by a Cambodian employee of Enfants & Développement. It contributes to the emergence of an environment conducive to global and holistic development for young children, which includes intellectual capacities, linguistic skills, harmony, living conditions, and physical fitness. The association is known for its educational and innovative tools and its trainings, notably for instructors for community kindergartens.
Samatapheap Khnom Organization (SKO) is a non-governmental, neutral, apolitic, and non-denominational organization created in 2007. It works to improve the quality of the lives of families (especially those of women and children) in Cambodia. To this end, therapies, psycho-social supports, and access to education and services are implemented. Today, the organization also acts against violence towards women.
Bandos Komar is a cambodian association. Its goal is that children and youths enjoy full potential of their rights in living with dignity. They will become human capital for sustainable development of their society. Bandos Komar is specialised in the early childcare & development and in improving the quality of primary education. They work in different provinces throughout the country.
The Social Work Center for Children (CTSE) is under the authority of the Department of Social Affairs of Ho Chi Minh with whom Planète Enfants & Développement collaborates for the opening and organization of multi-service social centers in the new Tan Phu District (identifying families, communication sessions in the community, etc.).
Hung Vuong and Nhan Dao Professional Training Centers have been working for years for the improvement of the trainings quality for young people to help them better adapt to their needs.
The health center for disadvantaged children co-organizes with our association health checkups and nutrition sessions/workshops in the community to limit malnutrition risks for very young children (zero to five years old).
The Center for Supporting Community Development Initiatives (SCDI) is a local NGO created in 2010 under VUSTA, implementing support project for the most marginalized populations (AIDS patients, sex workers and their children, drug addicts, etc.) with networks of volunteers in the communities (more than 150 groups of volunteers in the entire country acting for financial support and access to treatment for the populations). It was, at the beginning, active in northern Vietnam, then extended its works to Ho Chi Minh City for 3 years. SCDI also has advocacy experience at the national level to facilitate the access to the health card for sex workers. In addition, observing a large need for protection against violence towards their regular beneficiaries, SCDI has also worked in this area with PE&D since 2017.
The People’s Committee of District 8 of Ho Chi Minh City.
The Vietnamese Women’s Union.
Prayatnashil Community Development Society (PRAYAS-Nepal) is a non governmental, non profit and non-denominational organization registered in the Dahding district. It has been working in this district for 15 years in the community development field. PRAYAS-Nepal aims to help the most marginalized and disfavoured people, especially women and young girls in order to empower them and to take care of their own future in fields such as hygiene, health, safe motherhood or the development of income-generating activities.
The Association for the Promotion of Young Children Education in Burkina Faso (APEJEF) is a non-profit association existing since March 2006. In its philosophy, games occupy an important part of the construction of children as becoming actors of development and future citizens. That is why the association invested in this thematic through the promotion of educational toy production by local craftsmen.
The National Institute of Training in Social Work (INFTS) is a Public Establishment of the State (EPE) of Burkina Faso, created on the 15th of December 2005. Its mission is to provide training for middle and senior managers, as well as continuous training, further training, and action research in the domain of social work. It also trains professionals, from all backgrounds, who work with children from zero to six years old.
The NGO Community Initiative to Change Life NAZEMSE (ICCV/NAZEMSE) is a mutual aid community association based in Ouagadougou. The association has developed four main areas of intervention : education (library, program of management and support for adolescents, inclusive nursery schools), health (via a CSPS), food security (agro-ecology, support for farmers’ groups, food processing) and women’s socio-economic empowerment (microcredit, support for starting a business).
YIKRI is a decentralized financial system with an associative status. The YIKRI association was created by Entrepreneurs du Monde in 2015 and its headquarters are located in Ouagadougou. YIKRI presents itself as a social SFD whose mission is to promote access to social microfinance services adapted to people in situations of exclusion or extreme poverty, with limited access to the traditional microfinance system in Burkina Faso.
The Women’s Association for the Development of Burkina (A.FE.DE.B) was created in 2000. Its purpose is to contribute to the promotion of gender, human rights and the general well-being of the population by working on the socio-economic and cultural development of women and girls. Its target audience is the general population and, in particular, women, girls and children. The association was honored as knight of the Burkinabe Order of Merit on the 7th of December, 2016 in Ouagadougou.
The Association of Babysitters (AGB) is a social daycare center that, since 2012, has been welcoming children from 3 months to 3 years old from mother-students who, without a childcare center, are forced to pause their studies and/or professional careers. AGB is located in Ouahigouya in the northern region of Burkina Faso.