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Rank NGO Picture NGO Name NGO Description Current Challenge KYF Donated Total KYF Donated
1 Rohingya Refugee Crisis It is estimated that over 600,000 Rohingya refugees have crossed the border into Bangladesh in recent weeks. The Rohingya, an ethnic minority in Myanmar, have long faced persecution. These refugees travel for days to reach safety from the violence they face at home. Several highly-rated charities are providing food, clothing, shelter, and more to those impacted. Consider supporting one of the these great organizations listed below in their efforts to provide relief to the Rohingyan refugees. 0 538347.00000000
2 Everytown for Gun Safety Everytown is a movement of Americans working together to end gun violence and build safer communities. Gun violence touches every town in America. For too long, change has been thwarted by the Washington gun lobby and by leaders who refuse to take common-sense steps that will save lives.But something is changing. Nearly 6 million mayors, moms, cops, teachers, survivors, gun owners, students and everyday Americans have come together to make their own communities safer. Together, we are fighting for the changes that we know will save lives. Everytown starts with you, and it starts in your town. 0 1252960.00000000
3 Center for Reproductive Rights Our Mission: The Center for Reproductive Rights uses the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world. Our Vision:  We envision a world where every person participates with dignity as an equal member of society, regardless of gender. Where every woman is free to decide whether or when to have children and whether to get married; where access to quality reproductive health care is guaranteed; and where every woman can make these decisions free from coercion or discrimination. Since 1992, our attorneys have boldly used legal and human rights tools to create this world. We are the only global legal advocacy organization dedicated to reproductive rights, with expertise in both U.S. constitutional and international human rights law. Our groundbreaking cases before national courts, United Nations committees, and regional human rights bodies have expanded access to reproductive healthcare, including birth control, safe abortion, prenatal and obstetric care, and unbiased information. We influence the law outside the courtroom as well, documenting abuses, working with policymakers to promote progressive measures, and fostering legal scholarship and teaching on reproductive health and human rights. We are legal innovators seeking to fundamentally transform the landscape of reproductive health and rights worldwide, and have already strengthened laws and policies in more than 50 countries. Help us realize every woman's right to reproductive health and autonomy. There's never been a more important time to support the Center. Together we can ensure reproductive health care for women across the country and around the world. 0 1259521.00000000
4 Freedom House Freedom House works to defend human rights and promote democratic change, with a focus on political rights and civil liberties. We act as a catalyst for freedom through a combination of analysis, advocacy, and action. 0 1234470.00000000
5 Reporters Sans Frontières La liberté d’expression et d’information est la première des libertés. Comment lutter contre le massacre des civils, le fléau des enfants soldats et défendre les droits des femmes, comment préserver notre environnement si les journalistes ne sont pas libres de rapporter les faits, de dénoncer des abus et d’interpeller la conscience générale ? 0 1248510.00000000
6 World Federation of the Deaf The World Federation of the Deaf is one of the oldest international organisations of persons with disabilities in the world. Recognising that deaf people throughout the globe face barriers to full accessibility, equal human rights, and participation in policymaking decisions that affect them, the WFD was established in Rome, Italy on 23 September 1951. At the first World Congress, there were only delegates from 25 national associations of the deaf in attendance. Today, our Ordinary Members represent 135 countries across five continents. The WFD has collaborated with the United Nations and its agencies since the late 1950’s. Most recently, the WFD was critical in advocating for and developing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2006 and came into force in 2008. The WFD remains actively involved in the CRPD implementation, monitoring, and promoting its ratification by Member States. 0 118242.00000000
7 CBM Christian Blind Mission The world is making progress in tackling poverty. However, persons with disabilities are left behind. One in seven of us has a disability. That is more than one billion people around the world! 80 per cent of whom live in low middle income countries. Based on our Christian values and more than 100 years of professional expertise, we address poverty as a cause and a consequence of disability. We work in partnership to create an inclusive society for all.The emphasis throughout our work is on local capacity development in poorer regions of the world. This increases service delivery in the fields of healthcare, education, rehabilitation and livelihood development as well as organisational development of partner organisations. 0 87710.00000000
8 Médecins sans Frontières Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) translates to Doctors without Borders. We provide medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare. Our teams are made up of tens of thousands of health professionals, logistic and administrative staff - bound together by our charter.  Our actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality. We are a non-profit, self-governed, member-based organisation. MSF was founded in 1971 in Paris by a group of journalists and doctors. Today, we are a worldwide movement of more than 67,000 people. 380 772191.00000000
10 ECPAT International ECPAT’s mandate is to end the sexual exploitation of children through prostitution; trafficking; online and in the travel and tourism sector. We advocate for change with governments and the international community, work to better understand the problem through research and prioritize the needs of child victims and survivors. 0 709780.00000000
11 Human Rights League The League was founded on 4 June 1898 by the republican Ludovic Trarieux to defend captain Alfred Dreyfus, a Jew wrongly convicted for treason - this would be known as the Dreyfus Affair. Dissolved by the anticommunist regime of Vichy during World War II, it was clandestinely reconstituted in 1943 by a central committee including Pierre Cot, >René Cassin and >Félix Gouin. The LDH was refounded after the Liberation. Paul Langevin, who had recently joined the French Communist Party (PCF), became its president. Opposed to the Algerian War and the massive use of torture by the French Army, the LDH called for demonstrations against the 1961 Algiers putsch. 0 702200.00000000
12 LA FONDATION ABBÉ PIERRE La Fondation Abbé Pierre pour le logement des défavorisés ne compte pas de membres adhérents. Elle est dirigée par un Conseil d’administration de 12 membres : 3 au titre du « collège des fondateurs » et 9 au titre des « personnalités qualifiées », 1 Commissaire du gouvernement représente le Ministère de l’Intérieur puisque la fondation est reconnue d’utilité publique. Enfin 3 auditeurs ont été nommés par le Conseil d’administration pour 4 ans. Ils participent aux débats du Conseil mais n’ont pas de droit de vote. 0 718900.00000000
13 ECPM Since 2000, we have been fighting against the death penalty worldwide by uniting and rallying abolitionist forces across the world. We advocate with international bodies and encourage universal abolition through education, information, and public awareness campaigns. We strengthen the capacities of abolitionist actors and act alongside them on a local scale. 0 763000.00000000
14 Resto du coeur Fondés par Coluche en 1985, les Restos du Cœur est une association loi de 1901, reconnue d’utilité publique, sous le nom officiel de « les Restaurants du Cœur – les Relais du Cœur ». Ils ont pour but « d’aider et d’apporter une assistance bénévole aux personnes démunies, notamment dans le domaine alimentaire par l’accès à des repas gratuits, et par la participation à leur insertion sociale et économique, ainsi qu’à toute action contre la pauvreté sous toutes ses formes ». 0 7462.00000000
16 La quadrature du net La Quadrature du Net is a French advocacy group that promotes digital rights and freedoms of citizens. It advocates for French and European legislation to respect the founding principles of the Internet, most notably the free circulation of knowledge. La Quadrature du Net promotes and defends fundamental freedoms in the digital world. The association fights against censorship and surveillance, whether they come from States or private companies. It questions how digital and society influence each other. It works for a free, decentralized and emancipatory Internet. 0 700900.00000000
18 American Association for Cancer Research Prevent and treat people with cancer, through research, education, communication, collaboration, fundraising and legal procedures. 0 691.00000000
19 Acoustic Neurona Association non-profit association, founded in 1981, aims to inform, educate and prevent both national and regional levels. 0 4186.00000000
22 National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc Helps keep the hope to those affected breast cancer by performing precocious detections, education and support. 0 4521.00000000
23 American Civil Liberties Union Defending civil rights in the USA. 0 6281.00000000
28 ACUMEN Acumen is an NGO fighting primarily against poverty. It recalls in its preamble that more than 2 billion people on Earth lack food and basic services: potable water to electricity, through education. The aim of the NGO is to give dignity to every human being so that everyone enjoys equal opportunity. This is not an easy task.   Acumen actually promotes entrepreneurship. Today, there are well over 100 million dollars that are invested in 108 companies around the globe. These small businesses would come to help more than 270 million people, if one believes the figures of the NGO. 0 17851.00000000
31 Danish Refugee Council As its name suggests, the Danish Refugee Council was established in Denmark in 1956, following the repression of the uprising in Budapest in the Cold War. Today, the NGO established operations in over 30 countries worldwide. After securing a humanitarian role in the Balkan war, it is in the forefront of the Syrian conflict, including through assistance to refugees in camps in Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon, but also in Tunisia, Libya, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Chechnya.   This is his first role: provide assistance to people in countries at war and refugees in conflict zones of the world. Its charter is the Declaration of Human Rights, and the sense of mission is more current can not see the crisis of migrants occurred in Europe in 2015. The NGO also specializes in post-conflict recovery.     Specifically, its action is to build accommodations and small infrastructure, promote the production and generation of wages, food security and agricultural development. But the NGO also carries many projects to rebuild the country and fight against landmines. 0 4021.00000000
32 Brac The Brac is now present in 64 districts of the country and in 13 countries around the world, including Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, the Philippines, Haiti, Liberia, Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan South and Sierra Leone. The NGO employs over 120,000 people worldwide, including 70% women.     Its activities are divided into three areas of focus: supporting economic and social development, education and health. Its services provide assistance to some 126 million people. 86 851.00000000
35 Pharmaciens sans frontières Pharmacists Without Borders (PSF) is an international non-governmental humanitarian organization of French origin. It is the world's largest pharmaceutical humanitarian association. It helps some countries in great difficulty to establish a procurement system and distribution of quality essential medicines as part of the National Pharmaceutical Policy. 0 7186.00000000
36 Pompiers sans frontières Firefighters Without Borders (POSf) is a non-governmental organization accredited Civil Security, private, apolitical and non-profit. It specializes in development aid. All of its activities, whether ad hoc or long-term, is part of an optical transfer of know-how and ownership in the communities, institutional players, civil society and stakeholders in Civil protection. 0 5281.00000000
39 The Foundation for Women’s Cancer The goal is to eradicate gynecologic cancers. the actions :  - Awareness: Promote public awareness of gynecologic cancer prevention, early diagnosis and optimal treatment.   - Diversity and Inclusion: Commit to cultural humility and diversity of thought and engagement.   - Education: Provide innovative education and continuous learning.    - Leadership: Set an example of integrity, quality and excellence to eradicate gynecologic cancer.   - Partnership: Support efforts of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology (SGO) to eradicate gynecologic cancers.   - Research: Advance innovation and discovery to eradicate gynecologic cancer. 0 6106.00000000
40 Cancer Research UK Cancer Research UK is a cancer research and awareness charity in the United Kingdom and Isle of Man, formed on 4 February 2002 by the merger of The Cancer Research Campaign and the Imperial Cancer Research Fund. Its aim is to reduce the number of deaths from cancer. As the world's largest independent cancer research charity it conducts research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Research activities are carried out in institutes, universities and hospitals across the UK, both by the charity's own employees and by its grant-funded researchers. It also provides information about cancer and runs campaigns aimed at raising awareness of the disease and influencing public policy. 0 241.00000000
42 The National Foundation for Cancer Research National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) is an American nonprofit organization founded in 1973. It provides funds to cancer scientists and researchers, with the ultimate goal of a cure for cancer. 0 451.00000000
43 Friends of Cancer Research Friends of Cancer Research is a non-profit cancer research think tank and advocacy organization based in Washington, DC.   Friends of Cancer Research develops public-private partnerships and advocates for policies intended to improve and expedite drug research, development, and regulation, and cancer treatment. Friends organizes conferences, forums, and working groups to educate and promote collaboration among federal health organizations, academic research centers, private companies, and patient advocacy groups. 0 2821.00000000
47 Enfants des Etats-Unis - Humanium Humanium is an international NGO child sponsorship commitment to end violations of children's rights worldwide.   Humanium is committed to respect for children's rights worldwide. We support sustainable and equitable development, favoring a comprehensive approach, focusing on self-help, participation and empowerment of the vulnerable.     The association is neutral, apolitical and non-denominational. 0 971.00000000
55 Americares foundation Americares is a non-profit disaster relief and global health organization providing immediate response to emergency medical needs and supporting long-term health care initiatives for people in the United States and around the world. Since its founding in 1979, Americares has delivered more than $12 billion in medicines, medical supplies and  humanitarian aid to 164 countries in response to natural disasters, civil conflicts and ongoing health crises in impoverished areas. 0 3201.00000000
60 Children's Rights Council The Children's Rights Council (CRC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to help divorced, separated and never married parents to remain active in their child’s life. The organization focuses on children’s rights advocacy for shared parenting, the prevention of child abuse and alternative dispute resolution. CRC also run parental access centers where children can spend supervised time with their non-custodial parents and where transfers between parents can occur in a monitored environment. The organization was founded in 1985 by David L Levy, Esq. and it is headquartered in Landover, Maryland in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. 0 2181.00000000
61 Doctors Opposing Circumcision Doctors Opposing Circumcision (D.O.C.) is dedicated to ending routine, non-therapeutic circumcision – the genital cutting of infants. Babies are born with perfectly designed genitalia, and no one has the right to inflict this unnecessary procedure on them as they grow – for any reason. 139 1492.00000000
65 National Center for Missing & Exploited Children The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is a private, nonprofit organization established in 1984 by the United States Congress. In September 2013, the United States House of Representatives, United States Senate, and the President of the United States reauthorized the allocation of $40 million in funding for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children as part of Missing Children's Assistance Reauthorization Act of 2013. The current chair of the organization is child safety advocate Patty Wetterling, mother of Jacob Wetterling. 0 2262.00000000
69 Deutscher Kinderschutzbund As part of the campaign "Wir Kinder haben Rechte" (We, the children, have our rights), the DKSB offers, educational materials and brochures for teachers. The goal is to include the topic of children's rights in the school curriculum. Specialists DKSB visited schools in 2011 and 2012 to inform children about their rights in a fun way. In 2014, under the slogan "Tell us your rights", a competition was organized for all schools in Germany on the subject of child rights. We presented ten of these rights to children and adolescents, and asked them to show the role these rights play in their daily lives, to explain why they are important and under what circumstances they can be violated. 190 1891.00000000
75 Feminists for Life Feminists for Life of America (FFL) is a non-profit, pro-life feminist, non-governmental organization (NGO). Established in 1972, and now based in Alexandria, Virginia, the organization describes itself as "shaped by the core feminist values of justice, non-discrimination, and non-violence". FFL is dedicated to "systematically eliminating the root causes that drive women to abortion -primarily lack of practical resources and support - through holistic, woman-centered solutions". FFL publishes a quarterly magazine, The American Feminist, and aims to reach young women, college students in particular.   246 2451.00000000
78 La Leche League La Leche League International (LLLI) (La Leche is Spanish for "the milk") is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization that organizes advocacy, educational, and training related to breastfeeding. It is present in about 89 countries.     The aim of the charity is to provide mother to mother support and recognises the importance of mothering through breastfeeding, especially in a social culture where motherhood and breastfeeding are often not valued. This of course includes a mixture of modern family set ups and feeding options, and major efforts have been made in recent years by the charity to improve diversity and equality so it is accessible to all who seek support with their breastfeeding goals. 0 1771.00000000
81 National Organization of Black Women in Law Enforcement The National Organization of Black Women in Law Enforcement, Inc. (NOBWLE) is a United States non-profit organization devoted to furthering the hiring, training, retention, and promotion of females in law enforcement. The organization promotes a spirit of professionalism by preparing women through education and training to keep abreast of current theories and techniques. It is headquartered in Fort Washington, MD, and have chapters in Maryland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Newark. The organization holds training conferences throughout the year. 0 1486.00000000
84 Women's Refugee Commission The Women's Refugee Commission is a 501 organization that improves the lives and protects the rights of women, children and youth displaced by conflict and crisis. Established in 1989, it was part of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) until the summer of 2014 when it became a legally separate entity.     Through research and fact-finding field missions, the organization identifies critical problems that affect displaced women, children and young people, including gaps in lifesaving reproductive health care, lack of dignified livelihoods for refugees and, in the U.S., the treatment of asylum-seekers. The Women's Refugee Commission documents best practices and proposes solutions, and develops innovative tools to improve the way humanitarian assistance is delivered in refugee settings. On Capitol Hill, at the United Nations and with humanitarian organizations, governments and donors, the organization pushes for improvements in refugee policy and practice until measurable long-term change is realized. 652 6612.00000000
85 Country Women's Association The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWA or CWAA) is the largest women's organisation in Australia. It has 44,000 members across 1855 branches. Its aims are to improve the conditions for country women and children and to try to make life better for women and their families, especially those women living in rural and remote Australia. The organisation is self-funded, nonpartisan and nonsectarian. 0 1621.00000000
89 International Alliance of Women The International Alliance of Women (IAW - French: Alliance Internationale des Femmes, AIF) is an international non-governmental organization that works to promote women's human rights around the world, focusing particularly on empowerment of women and development issues and more broadly on gender equality. The basic principle of the IAW is that the full and equal enjoyment of human rights is due to all women and girls. It is one of the oldest, largest and most influential organizations in its field. The organization was founded as International Woman Suffrage Alliance (IWSA) in 1904 in Berlin, Germany, by Marie Stritt, Millicent Fawcett, Carrie Chapman Catt, Susan B. Anthony and other leading feminists from around the world to campaign for women's suffrage. The IWSA was headquartered in London, and it was the preeminent international women's suffrage organization. Its emphasis has since shifted to a broad human rights focus. Today it represents over 50 organizations world-wide comprising several hundred thousand members, and has its seat in Geneva. 0 16701.00000000
90 Graduate Women International Graduate Women International (GWI), is an international organization for women university graduates. GWI was founded in the wake of the First World War by both British and North American college and university workers who were hoping to contribute to congenial relations between women of different nationalities. Nearly 90 years later, GWI continues to advocate for women's rights, equality and empowerment through the access to quality secondary and tertiary education, and training up to the highest levels. The goal is for 100% of girls and women worldwide to achieve an education beyond primary school. 0 1961.00000000
91 One Billion Rising One Billion Rising is a global campaign, founded by Eve Ensler, to end rape and sexual violence against women. It was started in 2012 as part of the V-Day movement. The "billion" refers to the UN statistic that one in three women will be raped or beaten in her lifetime,[4] or about one billion. The campaign expands each year. In 2016, the theme of the campaign is Rise for Revolution. "This year's campaign will escalate the collective actions of activists worldwide, and amplify their call for systematic changes towards ending violence against women and children once and for all," said OBR global director, Monique Wilson. 0 14982.00000000
96 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) is a non-profit non-governmental organization working "to bring together women of different political views and philosophical and religious backgrounds determined to study and make known the causes of war and work for a permanent peace" and to unite women worldwide who oppose oppression and exploitation. WILPF has national sections in 37 countries.     The WILPF is headquartered in Geneva and maintains a United Nations office in New York City. 0 7001.00000000
99 American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing cruelty to animals. Based in New York City since its inception in 1866, the organization's mission is "to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States." 101 1001.00000000
104 Animal Protection and Rescue League The Animal Protection and Rescue League (APRL) is an American grassroots animal rights organization based in California's San Diego and Orange Counties.     In 2003 APRL was formed in San Diego by animal rights activist Bryan Pease and Kath Rogers as a nonprofit national organization. Subsequently, the Orange County chapter of APRL was formed in Irvine California and is staffed entirely by volunteers that follow the same mission of animal rights as the national organization. 0 2752.00000000
105 Best Friends Animal Society Best Friends Animal Society, founded in its present form in 1993, is an American nonprofit animal welfare organization. The group does outreach nationwide with shelters, rescue groups and members to promote pet adoption, no-kill animal rescue, and spay-and-neuter practices. 0 5421.00000000
115 National Opposition to Normalized Animal Cruelty NONAC educates and advocates to end normalized animal cruelty (NAC) in the United States.   Normalized animal cruelty (NAC) is invasive animal procedures performed solely for appearance or human convenience. Procedures include cutting off ears (cropping), tails (docking), toes (declawing); damaging vocal cords (debarking/devocalization), tendons (nicking/tendonectomy); cosmetic tattooing, piercing, inserting prosthetic testicles, and more.     NAC DOES NOT INCLUDE SPAY/NEUTER-related procedures, which control population and euthanasia rates. 475 4741.00000000
116 Nonhuman Rights Project The Nonhuman Rights Project is the only civil rights organization in the United States dedicated solely to securing rights for nonhuman animals. 0 3091.00000000
117 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk, its international president. A nonprofit corporation with nearly 400 employees, it claims that it has 6.5 million members and supporters, in addition to claiming that it is the "largest animal rights group in the world." Its slogan is "Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way."   Founded in March 1980 by Ingrid Newkirk and fellow animal rights activist Alex Pacheco, the organization first caught the public's attention in the summer of 1981 during what became known as the Silver Spring monkeys case, a widely publicized dispute about experiments conducted on 17 macaque monkeys inside the Institute of Behavioral Research in Silver Spring, Maryland. The case lasted 10 years, involved the only police raid on an animal laboratory in the United States, triggered an amendment in 1985 to that country's Animal Welfare Act, and established PETA as an internationally known organization. Today, it focuses on four core issues—opposition to factory farming, fur farming, animal testing, and the use of animals in entertainment. It also campaigns for a vegan lifestyle and against eating meat, fishing, the killing of animals regarded as pests, the keeping of chained backyard dogs, cock fighting, dog fighting, beekeeping, and bullfighting.     The group is the focus of controversy, both inside and outside the animal rights movement and around the world. Newkirk, and formerly Pacheco, are seen as the leading exporters of animal rights to the more traditional animal-protection groups in the United States, but sections of the movement nonetheless say that PETA is not radical enough—law professor Gary Francione lists the group among what he calls "the new welfarists," arguing that its work with industries to achieve reform, which continues in the tradition of Henry Spira, makes it an animal welfare group, not an animal rights group. Newkirk told Salon in 2001 that PETA works toward the ideal but tries in the meantime to provide carrot-and-stick incentives. There has also been criticism from feminists within the movement about the use of scantily clad women in PETA's anti-fur campaigns and others, but as Norm Phelps notes, "Newkirk has been consistent in her response. No one, she says, is being exploited. Everyone ... is an uncoerced volunteer. Sexual attraction is a fact of life, and if it can advance the animals' cause, she makes no apologies for using it." Also, Phelps notes that some activists believe that the group's media stunts trivialize animal rights, but he qualifies this by saying, "[I]t's hard to argue with success and PETA is far and away the most successful cutting-edge animal rights organization in the world." Newkirk's view is that PETA has a duty to be self-proclaimed "press sluts." She argues, "It is our obligation. We would be worthless if we were just polite and didn't make any waves." 1177 11761.00000000
121 Americans For Medical Advancement Americans For Medical Advancement (AFMA) is a not-for-profit, science-based, patient advocacy organization dedicated to improving healthcare through biomedical research.   The organization opposes the use of animals as causal analogical models,[2] or predictive models, for human response, and believes that using animals as a basis for the human response to drugs is not a safe method of development. For example, efficacy testing, medical research, and ADMET (absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination, and toxicity) are results from animal-based research that were assumed predictive for humans.   Americans for Medical Advancement conducts its experiments through critical thinking and the use of evolutionary biology, complexity science, genetics, and personalized medicine. None of these methods require testing on animals.   AFMA hopes to improve policy and decision-making regarding the use of the animal model in the testing of drugs and treatments for the safety of human use. The organization does not oppose the use of animals in other aspects of science, and stresses that it is not an animal rights group.     President, Ray Greek MD, says, “There are areas where animals are very useful in science and areas where they are not,” and that the organization “explores the differences between the two.”[3] What sets it apart is that it focuses “on the harm that is done to humans” and that animal protectionists are concerned about the harm done to animals. 0 131.00000000
124 National Anti-Vivisection Society The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) is a national, not-for-profit, animal welfare organisation, based in London, that actively campaigns against animal testing for commercial, educational or scientific research purposes. 0 4217.00000000
125 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is a non-profit research and advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C., which promotes a plant-based diet, preventive medicine, and alternatives to animal research, and encourages what it describes as "higher standards of ethics and effectiveness in research." Its tax filing shows its activities as "prevention of cruelty to animals."     Founded in 1985 by Neal Barnard, PCRM says that it "combines the clout and expertise of more than 12,000 physicians with the dedicated actions of 150,000 members across the United States and around the world." Its primary activities include emphasizing nutrition in medical education, conducting research into healthy diets, educating people about nutrition, "shifting research from animal 'models' to human-relevant studies," and promoting "alternatives to chemical tests on animals." 119 1181.00000000
126 Primate Freedom Project The Primate Freedom Project is a not-for-profit grassroots animal rights organization based in Atlanta, Georgia. It is dedicated to ending the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical and harmful behavioral experimentation.   The project is the primary sponsor of the proposed National Primate Research Exhibition Hall (NPRX) at 26 North Charter, directly between the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center and the Harry Harlow Primate Psychology Laboratory, in Madison, Wisconsin.    The project provides information to the public concerning the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical and behavioral research in the United States. It advocates for the monkeys and chimpanzees held in American laboratories, primarily through encouraging supporters to write on behalf of individual animals, and through direct mailings to members of the United States Congress. It also supports affiliated grassroots efforts around the United States.     The organization gathers specific details about specific monkeys and chimpanzees in American laboratories through the use of the Freedom of Information Act and state open records statutes. Some of this information is used to memorialize identifying information about specific animals on tags that supporters can wear. 0 1381.00000000
128 CAS International CAS International is an international non-profit advocacy group which aims to end bullfighting. CAS International was founded in 1993 as Comité Anti Stierenvechten, with the help of ADDA from Barcelona, Spain, De Dierenbescherming (Dutch Society for the Protection of Animals) and the international animal welfare organisation WSPA originally aimed at stopping Dutch tourists from going to bullfighting.   In 2008 the name Comité Anti Stierenvechten was changed to CAS International because its original goal had been achieved: the majority of Dutch tourists don't visit bullfights and Dutch travel organisations do not promote bullfighting any more. The name change reflects the current scope of activities that have gradually changed to international campaigning in close cooperation with anti-bullfighting organisations in Europe and Latin America.   It is the largest organisation exclusively dedicated to the abolition of bullfighting everywhere in the world,[8] and according to their website, they have 14,000 members. CAS International has its head office in the Netherlands, and has a branch office in Belgium. 253 2521.00000000
129 League Against Cruel Sports The League Against Cruel Sports is an animal welfare charity which campaigns to stop blood sports such as fox, hare and deer hunting, game bird shooting and animal fighting.     The charity is recognised as being instrumental in bringing about the Hunting Act 2004, which banned hunting with hounds in England and Wales and the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Act 2002, which did the same in Scotland. Today, the League calls for those pieces of legislation to be strengthened. 0 1351.00000000
134 Animal Liberation Front The Animal Liberation Front (ALF) is an international, leaderless resistance that engages in direct action in pursuit of animal rights. Activists see themselves as a modern-day Underground Railroad, removing animals from laboratories and farms, destroying facilities, arranging safe houses, veterinary care and operating sanctuaries where the animals subsequently live. Critics have labelled them as terrorists.   Active in over 40 countries, ALF cells claim to operate clandestinely, consisting of small groups of friends and sometimes just one person, which makes the movement difficult for the authorities to monitor. However despite claims of being clandestine the ALF operate a Press office with named contacts who may be held to account. Robin Webb of the British Animal Liberation Press Office has said: "That is why the ALF cannot be smashed, it cannot be effectively infiltrated, it cannot be stopped. You, each and every one of you: you are the ALF."   Activists say the movement is non-violent. According to the ALF's code, any act that furthers the cause of animal liberation, where all reasonable precautions are taken not to harm human or non-human life, may be claimed as an ALF action, including acts of vandalism causing economic damage to their victims. American activist Rod Coronado said in 2006: "One thing that I know that separates us from the people we are constantly accused of being—that is, terrorists, violent criminals—is the fact that we have harmed no one."     There has nevertheless been widespread criticism that ALF spokespersons and activists have either failed to condemn acts of violence or have themselves engaged in it, either in the name of the ALF or under another banner. The criticism has been accompanied by dissent within the animal rights movement itself about the use of violence, and increasing attention from the police and intelligence communities. In 2002 the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which monitors extremism in the United States, noted the involvement of the ALF in the Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty campaign, which SPLC identified as using terrorist tactics—though a later SPLC report also noted that they have not killed anyone. In 2005 the ALF was included in a United States Department of Homeland Security planning document listing a number of domestic terrorist threats on which the U.S. government expected to focus resources. In the UK, ALF actions are regarded as examples of domestic extremism, and are handled by the National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit, set up in 2004 to monitor ALF and other illegal animal rights activity. 0 181.00000000
137 30 millions d'amis 30 million friends refers both to a television program, a monthly magazine with posters, and a foundation: the Foundation 30 Million Friends. These organizations are concerned all pets, including cats, dogs, horses, ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, hamsters, mice, canaries, parakeets, parrots, reptiles terrarium, goldfish, tropical fish and other NAC but also wildlife (eg bonobos, cheetahs). 300 2982.00000000
138 Association pour la protection des animaux sauvages The Association for the Protection of Wild Animals (ASPAS) is a French association of environmental protection. Founded in 1980, it works to protect wildlife and the preservation of natural heritage. To do this, it conducts information campaigns to mobilize public opinion, call the politicians and policymakers, and educate all audiences about the need to protect natural habitats and species. Since 2014, it manages nature reserves in France.     Refusing any public subsidy, the association is financed by contributions of almost 10 000 members and donations and bequests from individuals and associations. 0 1876.00000000
143 Société protectrice des animaux Société protectrice des animaux (The Humane Society) - (SPA) is historically in France, the first animal protection societies working in the field of animal protection. In September 1843 Pierre Dumont Monteux, doctor, horrified the spectacle before him: a carter battering exhausted horse harnessed to a cart in a Paris street, seeing the man whisk, beat him for that he gets up and running. "Where is the justice, where is the mercy, where finally all the moral sentiments that should characterize social man? "Unworthy Does il is. Two years later, in 1845, with Stephen Pariset, it is part of the pioneers who founded the Humane Society, with the encouragement of the government. It is recognized charity fifteen years later in 1860 by Napoleon III then Emperor of the French.   The company is to ensure the protection and defense of animals. It operates shelters, animal shelters and clinics animal care, in Paris and in many cities of France. It also comes against the mistreatment of animals with a delegates-volunteer network investigators and inspectors who work in connection with the management of the association, to prosecute suspected mistreatment animals. 0 3152.00000000
148 Amnesty international Amnesty International is a movement which has over 2.2 million members and supporters in over 150 countries and territories. Amnesty has determined the priorities and main directions : - Active support for human rights defenders who are prime targets of states, paramilitary groups and armed groups.   - The defense of the rights of refugees, asylum seekers, displaced persons and migrants.   - Education and awareness of human rights.   - The fight against impunity and the support for the International Criminal Court so that it becomes a real tool for deterrence and an effective instrument for promoting human rights.   - The denunciation of the excesses of the fight against terrorism and torture in detention centers under US control. 0 101.00000000
153 AIDES AIDES is a French association against HIV and viral hepatitis, created in 1984 and recognized as a charity since 1990. The association conducts information campaigns, prevention, support and mobilization of those concerned by the HIV and hepatitis.   For AIDS, risk reduction (LFR) is a process of supporting people and find with them solutions tailored to their practices and in compliance with these in order to reduce the risk of contamination and / or transmissions HIV and hepatitis.   Risk reduction includes actions:   Risk reduction for the use of psychoactive substances   Reduced risk sexual practices   Although rapidly engaging in harm reduction related to the use of psychoactive substances, it was not until the 2000s that AIDS decide to engage in sexual LFR. 0 101.00000000
155 Action contre la faim Action Contre la Fain (ACF - Action Against Hunger) is a humanitarian organization founded in 1979 by a group of intellectuals including notably Alfred Kastler, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Jacques Attali, Françoise Giroud, Marek Halter and Jean-Christophe Victor. It is part of the second generation of NGOs, that of "French Doctors", the French doctors in 1968, during the Biafran war, revolted against the silence of humanitarian, bound by secrecy and yet witnesses of the worst horrors. Wanting to force this silence denouncing injustice, these NGOs have added testimony to the share.     The mission of Action against Hunger is to save lives by eliminating hunger through the prevention, detection and treatment of undernutrition, especially during and after emergency situations related to conflicts and natural disasters. The strategy of the NGO is to reduce the consequences of hunger, to address its causes, and to change the image of hunger. These strategic priorities contribute to the achievement of four objectives of sustainable development by 2030; the Zero Hunger objectives, Water Health, Gender Equality and Access to Health for All. 72 711.00000000
159 ATD Quart monde The ATD movement (Support for any distress, become International Movement ATD Fourth World) is established in 1957 by Father Joseph Wresinski with families in the relocation camp Château-de-France in Noisy-le-Grand in the suburbs parisienne.   ATD Fourth World aims to eradicate extreme poverty and as a founding principle that those who suffer this situation should be the primary agents of their own promotion. He appealed to the commitment of every citizen to transform attitudes and take concrete acts of solidarity. It also proposes to make a lasting commitment in becoming volunteer-permanent.     ATD Fourth World is present and active in 32 countries on 5 continents with 450 volunteer corps, 6273 and 2260 allied militants Fourth World, 22,172 donors and 50 employees in France. Created by the Catholic priest Joseph Wresinski, ATD Fourth World, brings together around the desire to end poverty, women and men of various religious affiliations, philosophical and political, and social backgrounds. 131 1301.00000000
163 Fédération Léo-Lagrange Léo Lagrange Federation is a popular education association nonprofit and recognized charity. It was founded in 1950 by Pierre Mauroy and named in honor of Leo Lagrange. Actor of the social economy, it operates in the fields of animation, vocational training and accompanying public actors in the implementation of educational policies, and socio-cultural integration.     Léo Lagrange Federation is a founding member of the National Association of Boards of children and youth (Anacej). In 1969 she joined the National Union of Tourism Associations and outdoor. 0 2416.00000000
169 Sidaction Sidaction refers to both a struggle against HIV / AIDS, created in 1994 and an annual television event to collect donations for the association that finances equally research programs and organizations to help sick and prevention in France and abroad. Pierre Berge chaired the association.     The annual media event has had different formats and mobilizes today for three days twenty television channels and French radio stations (26 in 2017), as well as volunteers throughout France. 0 706.00000000
173 ECPAT - End child prostitution, child pornography and trafficking of children for sexual purposes ECPAT (ECPAT) or French Ending child prostitution, child pornography and child trafficking for purposes of sexual exploitation is a network of organizations and of people working together to eliminate child sexual exploitation for commercial purposes. 0 3041.00000000
174 Fondation Suisse de Déminage Fondation Suisse de Déminage (FSD - Swiss Foundation for Mine Action) is a nongovernmental organization (NGO), founded in 1997 in Geneva. She carries the ZEWO and independent of any religion, ideology or nationality. 212 2111.00000000
179 SOS Villages d'Enfants International SOS Villages d'Enfants International - SOS Children's Villages International (SOS Kinderdorf International) is an international humanitarian apolitical association and nondenominational founded in Austria in 1949 in order to "offer to brothers and sisters orphans a family living environment and ensuring a emotional relationship and sustained educational with an SOS mother until their autonomy. "SOS Children's Villages was founded in France in 1956, in the North.   The association said to be "the world's largest association dedicated to long-term monitoring of orphans and abandoned children" with, in 2016, 571 SOS Children's Villages in 135 countries and territories. She is a member of UNESCO and has consultative status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.     The association said he was nominated 14 times for the Nobel Peace Prize and received the 2002 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, the highest award worldwide for humanitarian action. 149 1481.00000000
185 Solidarités International Solidarités International is a French association founded in 1980, aiming to provide the necessary humanitarian aid to populations in crisis. The humanitaire action of the association intended to meet the vital needs of people facing a humanitarian crisis resulting from armed conflict and natural disasters but also to accompany the return of victims to autonomy and development, particularly in the areas of water, hygiene, sanitation and food security. 0 1366.00000000
193 Friends of the Earth Europe Friends of the Earth Europe is the largest grassroots environmental network in Europe, uniting more than 30 national organisations with thousands of local groups. We campaign on today’s most urgent environmental and social justice issues. We are the European arm of the Friends of the Earth International global federation of 75 national member organisations. 115 1141.00000000
195 Transport & Environment Transport & Environment (T&E) is Europe’s leading NGO campaigning for cleaner transport.​ Its work is supported by 53 organisations in 26 countries across Europe representing, all together, more than 3.5 million people. 123 1221.00000000
197 Le Monde selon les femmes Le Monde selon les femmes (The World According to Women) is an active feminist NGOs worldwide development, continuing education and women's movements. Its goal is to advance equality between women and men and between North and South.     It is aimed at the North and South to the bodies and persons likely to have a multiplier effect (trainers, facilitators, managers) the non-profit sector, development cooperation, politics and the media. 0 482.00000000
198 Association for Women’s Rights in Development - AWID Association for Women's Rights in Development is an international organization whose origin dates back to 1982 and is based in Canada, Africa and Latin America. It has 150 member organizations in 120 countries. She works on women's rights, feminist movements and organizations, young women and leadership, equality of the sexes and new technologies. 0 151.00000000
199 Women in Europe for a Common Future Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF), formerly known as Women in Europe for a Common Future, is a non-governmental organisation established in 1994 following the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. The aim of the organisation is to achieve an equitable and sustainable healthy environment for all. 0 3841.00000000
200 Care International International is a humanitarian organization founded in 1945 in the United States at the end of the Second World War, before the Marshall Plan (1947).   It is now an international network, one of the largest NGOs: - in terms of budget, € 700 million - even in terms of beneficiaries - CARE operates in nearly 70 countries, 66 million people are affected.   CARE employs 16 000 people.   CARE was an acronym that meant Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe in the creation of the association. The latter has extended its influence to the world, the acronym has changed its meaning for Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc. CARE is today the full association. CARE is described as an international solidarity association nondenominational, apolitical and independent.     The Communications Manager for Africa for CARE International is a member of the International Advisory Board of the African Press Organization (APO).   The association's objective is to build a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty is defeated and where people live in dignity and security.   In more than seventy countries around the world, CARE helps empower the poor while seeking to protect their economic and social rights.   Care is given priority as respect for fundamental rights, access to education, access to health care, access to clean water, the fight against AIDS, environmental protection or microfinance . CARE wants to attack all fronts of poverty through emergency and development programs that affect 45 million people each year.   In seeking to combat discrimination in all its forms, the association works in a sustainable development approach where each project is built to sustain and bring profound changes.     CARE has joined the development goals set by the UN: in the global movement that is committed to radically reduce poverty in the coming years, the association has set a simple but ambitious goal: contribute to 2015, to significantly reduce the number of people living in extreme poverty. Note, however, that CARE's approach is in the long term. 0 9021.00000000
201 Women Alliance The International Alliance of Women (IAW) is an international O.N.G. which includes 41 member organizations, committed to the promotion of human rights of women worldwide. It has general consultative status at the Economic and Social Council of the UN and participatory status with the Council of Europe. It is accredited with many specialized UN agencies and is represented in the Arab League, the African Union and other international organizations. 0 2261.00000000
202 Fondation des Femmes Take concrete action to reduce violence against women and advancing women's rights, it is possible! Help raise funds and publicize the activities of the Foundation while part of a vibrant and engaged community. 0 551.00000000
205 SOS Enfants The goal remains the same and the determination is intact.   The WILL: provide children of the world the means to build their own future in their region of origin, ensuring respect for local traditions, but also geographical, economic, climate and the country's human in order to promote sustainable development.   ACTIONS: To make more effective its assistance to children in distress, SOS Children works in the fields of both education, training and health as development and the environment. AIM: allow families to live decently from the fruits of their labor on the land of their ancestors, in real agents of development in their country, in the desire to build a future for future generations.   SOS Children has built the world a great hope chain, ensuring collaboration • 400 members • 3500 donors • 20 volunteers   • more than 60 partner associations in the world 0 2681.00000000
208 Tout le Monde Contre le Cancer Who are we ?   The association Everyone realizes against cancer for 14 years more than 1,000 shares each year in 170 hospitals and houses of relatives to ease the lives of families affected by the disease.   AREAS OF ACTION   Our mission: - improving the lives of patients, - their families, - their caregivers. Throughout the year, we are mobilizing across the 4 major missions for reasons everywhere in France our philosophy "As long as there is joy, there is life!" 0 2901.00000000
211 BlueEnergy The aim of the NGO is to electrify remote villages in Nicaragua using wind / solar hybrid systems. The manufacture of wind turbines, whose design is based on the model of Hugh Piggott, is also a source of local jobs. Since then it has diversified into other basic services: water filters, wells, latrines and efficient stoves ... 137 1361.00000000