Throughout its history, Fundación del Valle has created strong bonds with its local partners based on trust and transparency. The countries and their organizations are the protagonists of their own development. We uphold their right to chose and to find the way in which they will change their reality and break down barriers of inequality and poverty that keep them isolated from the progress for which so many are struggling.
The main partners we work with are:
CIDEP, Asociación Intersectorial para el Desarrollo Económico y el Progreso social.
SIRAMÁ, Centro de capacitación profesional para la mujer.
CORDES, Asociación para el desarrollo de la vida rural.
ADIC: Asociación de Desarrollo Integral Comunitario.
CEPROD, Centro de Estudios y Promoción del Desarrollo.
AHPE, Asociación Hondureña para la Promoción Educativa.
FUNDAP, Fundación para el Desarrollo Integral de Programas Socioeconómicos.
ANDESCO, Asociación de Noroccidente de Proyectos de Desarrollo Comunitario.
CNPRE, Comisión Nacional Permanente de la Reforma Educativa.
ACOE Asociación para la Cooperación Educativa.
FIECA, Fundación Innovaciones Educativas Centroamericanas.
GUACUNA EcuadorFundación SEPLA AYUDA Ecuador
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PRODI, Projet Ditunga.AFEDI, Association Africaine pour l’Éducation et l’Instruction.
CDM, Caritas Développement Mbujimayi.
CEPS, Centre pour la Promotion Sociale. APF, Association pour la Promotion de la Femme.
Centro Formación Professional KAMALINI
ACOES, Partnership and Effort Association. A non-profit non-governmental organisation whose goal is support the most disadvantaged of Honduras. Its mission is to uphold access to education as a right and as a tool for social transformation to promote solidarity and justice.
CEPROD, Centre for Development Studies and Promotion. Association founded in 1980 which aims to eradicate poverty by contributing to the integrated development of children in extreme poverty in the various communities of Honduras.
INFOP, National Vocational Training Institute. The governing body of professional training policies aimed at the economic and social development of the country and aimed at all sectors of the economy.
CONEANFO, National Commission for the Development of Non-Formal Education. A decentralized entity aimed at the formulation of nationwide non-formal education policy. Its mission is to improve the supply and quality of non-formal education and to coordinate it so that it responds more effectively to the needs of the excluded population in the country.
CEPUDO, Training, Education, Manufacturing, Unification Development Organization.
AHPE, Honduran Association for the Advancement of Education.
CIDEP, Inter-sectoral association for economic development and social progress. Started in February 1989 as an initiative of social organizations of various types (teachers, human rights, artistic, labour and other) for the purpose of undertaking activities that promote the integral development of the country’s poorest sectors.
CÁRITAS El Salvador. This local partner works to encourage and promote social welfare, education and socio-cultural promotion of the families of the department of Sonsonate.
SIRAMÁ, Training Center of Salvadoran women. SIRAMÁ’s goal is to provide Salvadoran women with integrated training that will enable them to enter the job market or establish their own family micro-companies.
CORDES and CRIPDES. Both are committed to ensuring food security for thousands of rural families, especially with the implementation of integrated systems of diversified farming, associated with production and processing chains, which strengthen consumption, marketing and improving quality of life.
ADIC, Comprehensive Community Development Association. Its objective is the promotion, implementation and development of programmes to improve life for low-income populations, populations facing discrimination and, rural and indigenous people in the country; as well as community organization as a mechanism for local participation and development. Since 1991, ADIC has been present in the town of Tacuba and its work has been aimed at improving Health and Education for the population living in rural areas of the municipality.
FUNDAP, Foundation for the Integral Development of Socio-Economic Programs.The mission of this Voluntary Private Foundation is to promote the development of low-income sectors, especially rural inhabitants of the south-western region, through innovative projects to ensure improved quality of life. All within a framework of sustainable development with full respect for human dignity, culture and traditions.
Misioneras Dominicas. For more than 30 years, their projects have addressed needs for schooling and basic health care for families who were displaced from the countryside and survive in extreme poverty along the railway lines in Zone 9 of Guatemala City.
FIECA, Central American Educational Innovation Foundation. They work together to improve educational and social conditions of children and young people in Central America with integration programmes.
ASONUFED, National Association of Parents of Nucleus Educational for Development. Its key purpose is to provide young people in the area with general training based on their needs, problems and concerns.
CNPRE, Permanent National Commission on Educational Reform.
ANDESCO, Northwest Association of Community Development Projects.
CONDORAY, Training Center for Women. The Centre works for the development and human social and spiritual promotion of women of the Cañete Valley (Peru).
PRORURAL Education for Rural Development. The Association promotes the teaching of alternation as an educational proposal centred on permanent interaction between the environment and the school. It supports the active and responsible participation of various stakeholders who influence the development process of the person and the development of their environment.
Tierra de niños. A national institution for development, running programmes and projects articulated with participatory processes and local and national development. The main beneficiaries of its mission are children and young people living in extreme poverty.
ARPI, Regional Association of Indigenous Peoples of the Central Selva. Represents indigenous people and native communities of la Selva Central of the Peruvian Amazon, defending their culture and environment.
PP. Franciscanos Mazamari. Promote children’s education and training activities. Specifically, the mission with which we work is aimed at the indigenous population of la Selva Central.
IRVG, Valle Grande Rural Institute. Situated in the Andean zone of Lima, this institution has been working for more than 35 years to contribute to the professional and human development of young farmers and small producers – both on the cost and in la sierra.
CEPESER, Peruvian Central Services. A private institution promoting development projects which are aimed at educating in cultural diversity to achieve real social change that contributes to sustainable human development.
ACEC, Civil Association for Education and Culture. Develops all sorts of activities for the benefit of education and culture of Peru. Promotes the creation and maintenance of schools and used various means of intellectual and moral. Has promoted in recent years a Productive Technical Education Center called Ribalera.
Guaguacuna Ecuador. It was founded in 2000, and it has spent the 10 years since running projects for children in Otavalo, northern Ecuador.
Sembrando Salud. This is an organization formed by persons employed in firms with different professional occupations, driven by the conviction, honesty and commitment of Fatima Lopez Martinez; they have launched this project to train community workers to become a reference for health in their area and thus influence health improvements for future generations.
KIANDA Foundation. Located in Nairobi, for over 35 years, this organisation has run various initiatives aimed at encouraging the promotion of women, from early education to their training and job placement.
Cáritas Embu. For over 50 years, this institution has been promoting the social advancement of the inhabitants of the area, contributing to the improvement of housing, education and health.
PRODI, Project Ditunga. Set up in 2000 with the technical, institutional and management oversight of Caritas Développement Mbujimayi, its aim is to eradicate extreme poverty and promote socio-economic development of the population through different branches of training and activities in agriculture, grazing and Ecology, in Gender, Human Rights and Democracy, Health, Nutrition and Hygiene, and in association life.
AFEDI, Association Africaine pour l’Éducation et l’Instruction. This Association is part of CECFOR – “Centre Congolais de Culture, de Formation et de Développement”. Among its members, AFEDI has competent staff in the area of education of school-age young people, and agricultural and vocational training. AFEDI has worked on projects funded by the European Union, European Cooperation agencies, regional governments, etc.
CDM, Caritas Développement Mbuji Mayi. Diocesan Caritas Mbujimayi formed in 1960 to address the situation of thousands of victims of political and ethnic conflicts that occurred during the process of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s independence.
ADESC, Association pour le Développement Social et Culturel. Civil non-profit association founded on 26 June 1984 and recognized by the Ivory Coast’s Ministry of Interior. This institution has spent the last 50 years working to provide people with access to housing, health and education.
CEPS, Centres pour la Promotion Sociale. Over 18 years of experience on the ground supporting the management of CEPS in Cameroon. Four major projects have been implemented which remain in operation and have been developed each year. CEPS considers investment in the capabilities of human resource as a vital step towards the country’s development and towards achieving lasting change.
APF, Association pour la Promotion de la Femme.
KFSCED, Kazakhstan Foundation for Social, Cultural and Educational Development. KFSCED, an NGO founded in 1999 as a non-profit institution. Since then, KFSCED has been actively involved in the socio-cultural promotion of women and the implementation of sustainable development projects on the outskirts of Almaty (Alma Ata) in southern Kazakhstan.
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