The Story Workshop


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Private Bag 266

The Story Workshop Educational Trust is a non-profit educational media group creating entertainment for social change in Malawi. A team of artists and scholars use a mix of advocacy and social mobilisation techniques to further human rights, gender equity, food security, HIV/AIDS education, conservation, literacy and economic development. Activities include radio soap operas, radio magazines, music, village drama and other forms of popular entertainment. See for a summary of a radio soap that they produce.

International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD)


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Raamweg 5
PO Box 11586
2502 AN The Hague

The International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD) assists developing countries to realise locally owned sustainable development by harnessing the potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs). IICD works with its partner organisations in selected countries, helping local stakeholders to assess the potential uses of ICTs in development. It also strengthens the capacities of local partners to formulate, implement and manage development policies and projects that make use of ICTs. IICD's philosophy is that ICTs are tools that can contribute to sustainable development and poverty alleviation. However, this only applies when ICTs are supporting existing development activities. Therefore, IICD focuses on 'traditional' development sectors, such as education, good governance, health, livelihood opportunities (especially agriculture) and environment.

Communication for Social Change Consortium


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14 South Orange Avenue
Suite 2F
South Orange NJ 07079

The CFSC Consortium is dedicated to the belief that innovative communication processes are critical to the development of poor and historically marginalised communities. The Consortium seeks to increase the capacity of communication specialists, development workers, aid agencies, nonprofit organisations and communities to use communication for social change concepts in order to improve the lives of those who have been long excluded. Based on important experiences that are surfacing through participatory research, the Consortium is redefining how communication is practiced and taught to develpoment organisations and practitioners working in excluded communities

M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF)


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Third Cross Street
Taraman Institutional Area
Chennai 600 113

MSSRF is doing research in five areas, coastal systems; biodiversity and biotechnology; ecotechnology and sustainable agriculture; reaching the unreached; and education, communication, training and capacity building. The flagship project of the Informatics Group is the Information Village Research Project, which has now transferred to the National Virtual Academy for Food Security and Rural Prosperity. Apart from the headquarters at Chennai, the MSSRF has many field centres in Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Orissa. MSSRF works with underpriveleged groups including dalits and tribal populations.

Bellanet International Secretariat


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c/o IDRC
PO Box 8500
Ottawa, ON K1G 3H9

Bellanet helps the international community to work together more effectively, especially through the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Bellanet works to help development partners in the South and in the North improve their use of knowledge adn ICTs to achieve their goals. Through this work they aim to contribute to better-informed policies, a more coordinated approach to development, and ultimately, measurably greater impact. The programme focuses on building institutional and individual collaboration skills, and maximizing the potential of ICTs to support collaborative work.



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32,The Butts
Brentford,TW8 8BL

MADaboutART provides a mix of innovative arts-based education and narrative therapy designed to increase children's knowledge of HIV & AIDS and to create more open communication as well as reduce risk-taking behaviour by increasing self-esteem and self-advocacy. It offers children with the opportunity to use creative self-expression to communicate feelings and experiences, regardless of language barriers and cultural differences. Activities include: art projects, singing, acting, discussion groups, community action, and advocacy

The Bharath Abhyudaya Seva Samithi


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D N0 25-17-131, old 7th Lane
Guntur-522 004
Andhra Pradesh

BASS works for the overall development of people in rural and urban areas through community based social, economical, educational, health care and emergency relief and rehabilitation services in Guntur district for the last 29 years. BASS organises communities to become community based organisations (CBO), peoples organisations (Federations) empowering through training, awareness on government programs, health care, education and creating opportunities to learn skills for increasing their socio-economic status in the society. Motivate them to active participation in grama sabha to solve their community issues in the process of empowerment. BASS prioritises health care to the needy communities through awareness generation, relief and rehabilitation. BASS collaborates with various Government Ministries, Departments and national and international agencies

World Health Organization (WHO) Roll Back Malaria Cabinet Project


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World Health Organization (WHO) Roll Back Malaria Cabinet Project
20 Avenue Appia
CH 1211 Geneva 27

The Roll Back Malaria Partnership​ was launched in 1998 by WHO, UNICEF, UNDP and the World Bank.  RBM Partnership is the global framework to implement coordinated action against malaria.  It is comprised of more than 500 partners globally and nationally.   Partners work together to scale up malaria-control efforts at country level, coordinating their activities to avoid duplication and fragmentation, and to ensure optimal use of resources.  BM's overall strategy aims to reduce malaria morbidity and mortality by reaching universal coverage and strengthening health systems. The Global Malaria Action Plan defines two stages of malaria control: 

  • Scaling-up for impact (SUFI) of preventive and therapeutic interventions.
  • Sustaining control over time.

RBM's vision is of a world free from the burden of malaria.

Educator Labs

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An education NGO focused on the dissemination of information and knowledge. It aims to assist educators in discovering valuable resources for classroom use and to strengthen connections among the educational web by acting as courier

The Campbell Collaboration


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Mailing address:
P.O. Box 7004, St. Olavs plass,
N-0130 Oslo, Norway

Visiting address:
Pilestredet Park 7,
entrance from Stensberggata.

"Who we are
The Campbell Collaboration is an international research network that produces systematic reviews of the effects of social interventions in Crime & Justice, Education, International Development, and Social Welfare. 

Our vision
We seek to bring about positive social change, and to improve the quality of public and private services around the world. We prepare, maintain and disseminate systematic reviews of research related to education, crime and justice, social welfare, and international development.  

We believe that a systematic and rigorous approach to research synthesis improves the knowledge base for decisions on policy and practice. Better-informed choices  by policymakers, practitioners, and members of the general public can lead to better outcomes."

SDG Funders

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"The SDG Philanthropy Platform aims to:

  • Build bridges by encouraging philanthropy, the UN, governments, the private sector and NGOs to collaborate
  • Shift the philanthropy sector mindset toward a more inclusive approach
  • Advocate the importance of understanding data to achieve the SDGs
  • Improve capacity, knowledge, and data sharing to use data as a driver for philanthropic investment and to achieve effective development outcomes
  • To contribute essential data with its website
  • To promote accountability in the philanthropic sector

The Partnership held planning workshops in its four pilot countries (Kenya, Colombia, Indonesia, and Ghana) that brought together representatives from philanthropy, governments, and the United Nations, to identify country-specific opportunities to collaborate on achieving global development goals. The organisation plans to expand the list of pilot countries