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Partners of Nijera Kori


Christian Aid (United Kingdom)

Supported and sustained by the churches and driven by the gospel, Christian Aid is inspired by the dream of a new earth where all people can secure a better and more just future. Christian Aid’s purpose is to expose the scandal of poverty, contribute to its eradication and be prophetic in challenging the systems, structures and processes that works against the interests of the poor and the marginalised.

Protestant Agency for Diakonia and Development (Germany)

Bread for the World – Protestant Agency for Diakonia and Development (Germany) [formerly Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst (EED)] is the globally active relief and development agency of the Protestant Churches in Germany. They operate in almost 100 countries all across the globe to empower the poor and marginalised to improve their living conditions by themselves. Key issues consist of food security, the promotion of health and education, respect for human rights as well as the integrity of creation.

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Interchurch Organization for Development Cooperation (Netherlands)

The Interchurch Organization for Development Cooperation (ICCO) works to finance activities towards  a world with less poverty. To achieve this ICCO embraces two core principles: securing sustainable livelihoods, and justice and dignity for all.  ICCO is active in countries in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, Caribbean, Asia, Oceania, and Eastern Europe.

Inter Pares (Canada)

The name “Inter Pares” means “among equals.” It is a registered Canadian charity receiving support from almost 10,000 Canadians across the country who regularly donate to their work. Inter Pares is also supported by the Canadian International Development Agency. Since 1975, Inter Pares has built relationships of common cause with activist groups around the world. Its work includes humanitarian assistance and human rights protection for people caught up in violence and insecurity in areas of civil conflict, including internally displaced people and refugees.

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Manusher Jonno Foundation (Bangladesh)

Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF) is an initiative designed to promote human rights and good governance in Bangladesh. It is committed to:

  • Promoting voices of people whose rights are being denied and violated.
  • Creating social environment in building people’s dignity.
  • Channelling isolated, unlinked efforts about human rights and governance into linked and aligned actions.
  • Challenging the vested interests and established hierarchies in the society that perpetuate poverty.

The Swallows (Sweden) 

The Swallows is a member of the Emmaus Movement, formed in 1949 by Abbe Pierre, with 375 groups or associates spread over 39 countries in five continents, which has adopted the doctrine: Serve first those who suffer most, not only to relive distress, but also to abolish its causes. The Swallows has been working in South Asia since 1959. The Swallows support local NGOs in India and Bangladesh who work in the fields of social mobilisation and sustainable development. They also aim to raise awareness on development issues among the Swedish public and have collaborated with Nijera Kori on campaigning against industrial shrimp culture.