Voluntary Fund – for international cooperation

a project of Mandat International – (français english espanol) – Linked on this blog with Mandat International.

The Voluntary Fund for International Cooperation allows you to:

  • Support the activities of the Welcome Centre for Non-governmental Organisations and Delegations.
  • Grant individual aids to delegates from developing countries.
  • Support projects promoting dialogue and international cooperation.
  • Support selected projects carried by organisations based in developing countries, in the fields of development, health, human rights, education and environment … (full text on the english Homepage).

For Delegates; Personal Funds; Charter; Donations; Links;
Address: Voluntary Fund, c/o Mandat International, Foundation for International Cooperation, Support fund for international cooperation, 31, chemin William Rappard, CH-1293 Bellevue, SWITZERLAND;
Contact.

Presentation: Each year 50,000 to 70,000 non-governmental delegates take part in the conferences organised by the international organisations present in Geneva: UN, WHO, HCR, ILO, etc. 

  • They are invited for their expertise, field knowledge and their role in the elaboration and implementation of international policies. They adapt international policies to the needs of civil populations, and also have considerable impact in the field.
  • Our Welcome Centre for Non-governmental Organisations and Delegations welcomes and informs them and facilitates their participation in conferences. We greatly reduce the costs of their stay, especially for delegates from developing countries or those representing indigenous peoples. We put at their disposition a work infrastructure, support service, documentation centre and several information websites.
  • Through our Welcome Centre and our network of members, we are in contact with hundreds of NGOs in developing countries. Thus, we can select particularly deserving projects, managed where they are implemented. In this way we avoid administrative costs and intermediaries.

We favour projects that:

  • Have an effective and lasting impact
  • Benefit from in kind contributions
  • Have a multiplier effect.

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