Our donors

The Civil Society Support Programme (CSSP) is funded by the people of Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the UK. The programme is managed by the British Council in consortium with INTRAC.

 

Irish AidIrish Aid

Irish Aid is the Irish Government’s programme for overseas development. The programme is managed by the Development Co-operation Division of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Fighting global poverty and hunger is integral to Ireland’s foreign policy.


 

Canada

CanadaThe Department for Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada leads Canada’s international development and humanitarian assistance. Canada focuses on key development challenges to ensure that its aid investments lead to concrete results for the world’s poorest.


 

The Netherlands

The Dutch government wants to promote sustainable economic growth in developing countries. And it wants to work towards global stability and security and to foster human rights.


 

NorwayNorwegian Embassy

Norad is the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation. Their mission is committed to ensuring the quality of development assistance.


 

SwedenEmbassy of Sweden

Sida is a government agency working on behalf of the Swedish parliament and government, with the mission to reduce poverty in the world.


 

UK AidUK Aid

The Department for International Development (DFID) is a United Kingdom government department responsible for administering overseas aid. The goal of the department is “to promote sustainable development and eliminate world poverty”.


 

 

 

British Council


British CouncilThe British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. The British Council is on the ground in six continents and over 100 countries, bringing international opportunity to life, every day.

 

INTRAC


INTRACINTRAC supports civil society organisations around the world, particularly in the global South, through research, training, and consultancy. INTRAC helps to build organisations’ capacity so that they can in turn empower people in their societies who experience poverty and various forms of social exclusion to challenge and change the inequality that affects them.

 

 

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