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Partners and donors

Posted on 2011-11-23 14:39:22 by Max

Partners    Donors


Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organisations

The Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organizations is an International Non-Governmental Youth Organisation that represents national organisations which promote intercultural education, understanding and peace through voluntary service. The Alliance, founded in 1982, is presently made up of full, associate and candidate members in about 30 countries.
Each member organisation runs an annual program of International Volunteer Projects in their own country and exchanges volunteers with each other to create an international group of volunteer workers on each project.
SJ Vietnam is going to become "partner" of Alliance.

CCIVS (Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service)

The Co-ordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service (CCIVS) is an international non-governmental organization which promotes peace, development and human rights through the promotion, development and co-ordination of national and international voluntary service. The work relies on cooperation between national and international voluntary service organisations, which constitute its network of members.
CCIVS coordinates the exchange of information and promotes international volunteers programme through:

SJ Vietnam has been a full of member of CCIVS since 2005 and participates regularly in CCIVS meetings and activities.

NVDA network

The Network for Voluntary Development in Asia (NVDA) is an international networking NGO which promotes international voluntary service (especially international workcamps) in Asia/Pacific. It was started in 1997 and now consists of 21 national NGOs in 15 countries/areas and one international NGO that has branches in 13 other countries.

NVDA's main activities are:

By developing international voluntary service in Asia/Pacific, NVDA would like to:

YAP (Youth Action for Peace)

The international movement of Youth Action for Peace (YAP) serves its member organisations as an international umbrella structure. It gives solidarity and provides technical support in developing, implementing, and promoting international and local projects, lobbying, fundraising and Public Relations, since its foundation in 1923. YAP is a grass root movement that exists through the actions and activities of its member organisations. YAP members are registered as non-governmental, non-profit organisations in their country. They differ in their structure: from local initiatives to national organisations and platforms.
YAP organizes a great variety of activities to give young people the experience to learn and demonstrate peaceful living together with people from different cultures and to contribute to local community and peace development.
YAP's activities are international exchanges of volunteers into non-profit initiatives, international training courses and seminars and other activities such as conferences, campaigns and various publications. To make their contributions for peace in the world, the programs of YAP are mainly working in the fields of:


European Commission

The European Commission acts as an executive of the European Union. The body is responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the Union's treaties and the general day-to-day running of the Union. The European Union holds a unique status on the international stage and among the donor community. It is the world's largest donor, as it accounts for 60% of the world's official development assistance. This assistance is provided to more than 160 countries, territories or organisations worldwide in order to fight poverty and promote economic development and democracy.
The Millennium Development Goals are the key development outcomes that the EU, along with the countries concerned and other partners in the development community, wants to achieve between now and 2015.
The ultimate objective of EU policy is to give people in less advanced countries control over their own development. This is why EU priorities are to attack the sources of their vulnerability: ensuring better food and clean water; improving access to education, healthcare, employment, land and social services; providing better infrastructure and a better environment. EU initiatives also aim at eradicating diseases and providing access to cheap medicines to combat scourges like HIV/AIDS. The EU also seeks to cut the debt burden on poor countries.

Un ETAI pour le Vietnam

ETAI is a French student organization, probably the closest organization of SJ Vietnam: both share same goals and the members have the same age. ETAI is the main donor of SJ Vietnam. Each summer the members of ETAI and SJV work together to improve the lifes of the children in the National pediatric hospital in Hanoi and the "Fisher Village" in Long Bien district in Hanoi. The collaboration between ETAI and SJV is a good example of understanding and international solidarity between young people having different nationalities and cultures.
The goal of the association is to set up long term aid for the underprivileged populations. ETAI's first desire is to create an educational structure for the children living in poor conditions in Vietnam. This school, in Long Bien, will be a springboard to enable them to become pupils in state schools into Vietnam and to obtain the necessary diplomas for their professional life. ETAI wants the local population to invest in the project in order to ensure its continuation. Thus the choice of a project of this type fully corresponds to our ideals and encourages us in ETAI task. ETAI's second objective is to persuade young French people from the problem areas to take an interest in International Solidarity. The final intention is to enable a young person to accompany the members of the association to Vietnam.

World Bank

The World Bank is one of the world's largest sources of funding and knowledge to support governments of member countries in their efforts to invest in schools and health centers, provide water and electricity, fight disease and protect the environment. This support is provided through project or policy-based loans and grants as well as technical assistance such as advice and studies. The goal of the World Bank is to reduce poverty and to improve the living standards of the people in low and middle-income countries.
The World Bank is present in 100 countries and has a staff of approximately 10,600 people from around the world. All support to a borrowing country is guided by a single strategy (called the Country Assistance Strategy) that the country itself designs with help from the World Bank and many other donors, aid groups, and civil society organizations. In the past decade the World Bank has supported 40 development projects in Vietnam. Since reengaging in Vietnam in 1993, the Bank has helped the government fight poverty by providing financing for agriculture, infrastructure, health programs, schools, and other essential needs. In may 2006, SJ Vietnam received one world bank grant ("innovation day") to develop its projects in the national pediatric hospital of Hanoi.


ArtAction (formerly known as ArtVenture) is a philanthropic organization which seeks to harness art and culture to improve lifes. Philanthropic programmes delivered through the arts have a special ability to reach people and play a vital role in harnessing creativity to drive human development. ArtAction is an advocate and practitioner of "Performance Philanthropy" - identifying those projects and organisations where the incremental dollar will make the greatest difference in terms of meaningful life improvement. Return on investment is measured according to a project's ability to both alleviate suffering and create solutions that address the root causes of poverty, illness and conflict. ArtAction was the main sponsor of the Arte Diem festival that was organised by SJ Vietnam in Hanoi in September 2008 in collaboration with YAP and NVDA network.

Coup de pouce

Coup de Pouce was set up in 1997 by the "Cercle des Femmes francophones de Hanoi". Coup de Pouce deals with health and social actions, help to local families, education and help in rural environment.
All the projects supported by Coup de Pouce were initiated by Vietnamese people or institutions. Coup de Pouce's members are all volunteers.

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