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Initially founded in 1992 to provide life-saving assistance to children affected by conflicts or natural disasters, Qatar Charity expanded its areas of expertise over more than two decades to include various humanitarian and development aid fields. Driven by its vision of dignity for all, Qatar Charity, one of the leading NGOs in the Middle East, works in over 50 countries either through its 25 regional offices or through local partnerships to saves lives, to help communities rebuild and to empower the most vulnerable communities. Between 2013 and 2017, Qatar Charity spent over $1.3bn to change the lives of more than 178 million people including refugees, victims of disasters or conflicts, and vulnerable communities among which the children, women and elderly.
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The Regulatory Authority of Charitable Activities (RACA) is an independent governmental agency established by the State of Qatar in 2014. Besides its regulatory role, RACA promotes and supports humanitarian and development aid activities of Qatari NGOs. RACA plays a vital role to raise the standards of efficiency and transparency of charitable work based on proven best practices. Through local NGOs, RACA collaborates with leading international humanitarian aid organizations to ensure active foreign aid contribution to achieve the SDGs.
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Al-Khair Foundation is a UK-based international NGO providing humanitarian support, international development and emergency aid in some of the world’s most deprived areas. Established in 2003 and rapidly growing into one of the leading Muslim charities in the UK, Al-Khair Foundation also looks to tackle issues prevalent in the UK as well, such as unemployment, education, women’s empowerment and domestic violence. Recipient of the JustGiving "The Most Successful Fundraiser 2010" award.
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Toyota Gibraltar Stockholdings Ltd, established in 1996, is Toyota Motor Corporation’s official supplier of ex-stock Toyota vehicles and parts to aid and humanitarian agencies worldwide. A one-stop shop combining vehicles, parts, conversions, logistics, insurance, Toyota warranty, 24/7after-sales support and technical and driver training. TGS. More than just cars.
Fleet Forum was formed in 2003 to encourage, facilitate, and develop relationships between humanitarian aid and development organisations all over the world. It has grown to encompass commercial transport organizations that share concerns about road safety, green practices, and fleet efficiency. It is an interagency association of more than 40 members, including NGOs, international organisations, the UN, academic institutions, donors, and corporate partners.
AsianNGO is the premier source of information for organizations working in NGOs & Civil Society, CSR, Social Enterprise. With a mix of print, web and digital media, AsianNGO provides information on grant opportunities, news and policy updates, partnership linkages and learning resources.
Crisis Response Journal is the international publication focusing on response, resilience, continuity and security issues arising from large scale natural and man-made disasters, emergencies and terrorist attacks. CRJ analyses past events to draw vital lessons for the future, while constantly scanning the horizon to identify and help mitigate new threats. AidEx delegates can enjoy a 50% discount on digital subscription by visiting crisis-response.com/subscribe and using the code Digital50.
EISF is an independent, member-led network of European-based NGOs, which exists to share best practice, provide peer support, and produce practical research for security risk management in the humanitarian sector. EISF is committed to improving the safety and security of relief operations and staff, by strengthening humanitarian security risk management in a way that allows greater access to and impact for crisis-affected populations.
Insecurity Insight is an association dedicated to generating data on the impact of insecurity on people's lives. Through the Aid in Danger project, Insecurity Insight monitors the effect of violence and the threat of violence on aid delivery. The Aid in Danger country profiles for aid agencies provide a unique insight into the specific NGO working environments and are designed to make agencies aware of reasonably foreseeable events and generally encourage organisations to develop mitigation strategies.
Shout Out UK are a multi-award winning independent youth news platform that provides young people with the tools necessary to engage in politics and a platform to shout out and be heard. Our aim is to provide a global collective voice for the next generation that is armed with the tools necessary to incite positive change.
One World Media’s mission is to support strong vibrant and independent media coverage on developing countries that empowers citizens, promotes justice and creates social impact. For over 30 years we have been working with partners in the UK and internationally to support international journalism and promotes media coverage of global issues.
DevelopmentAid is a European social enterprise working in the field of international development cooperation. DevelopmentAid is the leading, innovative membership organisation providing comprehensive information services for the international developmental sector. By providing a nexus of funding opportunities, expertise, and carefully curated data, DevelopmentAid specialises in connecting donors, agencies, consultancy firms, NGOs, and individual professionals in the international development field.
Humanitarian Academy for Development (HAD) is a pathfinding centre of excellence which empowers the humanitarian and development sector and maximises its effectiveness. Driven by our faith, HAD strengthens the sector worldwide through capacity building training, cutting-edge research, knowledge generation, talent and leadership development. We focus on developing the capacity of frontline organisations to be more effective in serving their communities.