Our partners are recognized Swedish civil society organizations with extensive experience in the field of development aid. In this, we work on both a temporary and a long-term basis depending on the nature of the project at hand. Before entering into any collaboration we carefully assess each partner on a number of parameters, such as organizational structure and capacity, previous track record and network in recipient countries, policies (such as gender and anti-corruption), as well as financial sustainability and transparency. Learn more about our ongoing collaborations.
The association Human Bridge was created in 2001 from the merger of the relief departments of two international relief and development organizations in Sweden. These organizations, Erikshjälpen and Läkarmissionen, had been carrying out relief projects involving material aid since 1974 and 1990 respectively. Human Bridge is headquartered in Holsbybrunn and there is a local office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Human Bridge works in over 30 countries worldwide.
AGAPE is an independent aid organization created in 1984. Agape is headquartered in Falkenberg and works in countries such as Jordan, Romania, Kosovo and Senegal.
Integrium is a Swedish framework organization for youth, elder and cultural associations with a Bosnian background, founded in 2014. The purpose of Integrium is to promote cooperation between Swedish and Bosnian organizations, as well as implementing projects itself on location.