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Humanitarian activities in Syria

An analysis of humanitarian activities in Syria, based on The Netherlands Red Cross IATI data set.

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NL Red Cross Radial network of activities

This radial network of activities was derived from the Netherlands Red Cross (NLRC) IATI dataset. – Activities in blue are activities of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, an important donor. – Activities in red are NLRC activities, defined on 2 levels: programs with underlying projects – Green are implementing partners, who carry out most […]

RVO flows van programma naar land

#N/B 3,651,481#N/B10 4,004,9871015 254,4101521 893,4812122 10,882,6212260 3,253,5436070 181,993,5887080 1,700,21680unspecified 120,499,722unspecifiedCentre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI) 27,492,784Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI)Daey Ouwens Fund – Kleinschalige hernieuwbare energieprojecten (KHED) 1,108,222Daey Ouwens Fund – Kleinschalige hernieuwbare energieprojecten (KHED)Demonstration projects. Feasibility studies and Knowledge acquisition projects (DHKF) 1,227,452Demonstration projects. Feasibility […]

RVO uitgaven per jaar per programma

2,009 2,010 2,011 2,012 2,013 2,014 2,015 2,016 Daey Ouwens Fund – Kleinschalige hernieuwbare energieprojecten (KHED)Facility for Infrastructure Development (ORIO)Pilot 2g@there-OS (2getthere-OS)Private Sector Investment programme (PSI)Sustainable Water FundFacility for Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Food Security (FDOV)Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI)Dutch Risk Reduction Team (DRR-Team)Ghana WASH Window (GWW-FDW)PSD AppsLife Sciences and Health […]

NABUUR Turns 10!

NABUUR, the Global Neighbour Network, turned 10 today!
To celebrate this fact, we’ve put together a timeline with NABUUR milestones, newsletters, videos and stories from the ground – showing NABUUR’s development over time.

Looking back, these 10 years have been a continuous journey of trying, testing, often failures, successes, but (hopefully) most of all learning. But also a journey with sometimes rather unbelievable stories of perseverance, ingenuity and collaboration to overcome local challenges.

Of course these results would never have been achieved without the support from volunteers all around the world. On behalf of all the communities that have benefited from your ideas and efforts, I’d like to say a heartfelt“Thank you!” for 10 years of your continuous support!

I hope you’ll enjoy a walk down memory lane!

Pelle Aardema

Click here to open the timeline in full screen. (goes to an external site)

Blooming Bud School in Kalna, India, finally moves to its own building.

Since 2005, Sushmita Lahiri, Local Representative of Kalna, has been teaching children at her own house. This week we received some very uplifting news.

Local Representative Sushmita Lahiri writes:

“School shifted from my house to its own building ! ! ! Yesterday, Tuesday the 5th of April 2011 !”

Sushmita writes she has been scrubbing off the old paint during her leisure time, and she was able to hire a painter to paint the first part of the building.

“The children are very happy in the new school! At this moment, only a part of the total building could be made fit for use. Please be assured that as soon as other parts complete and made ready for use, I will let you know!”

Congratulations Sushmita! We’re waiting for more positive news.

Read more about Kalna, and find out how you can help:

Sushmita teaching at her house