Saturday, January 24, 2009

Directories of NGO

  • Association of Foundations, Philippines (AF) (Quezon City) - national network of 115 non-profit organizations involved in such diverse areas as art and culture, education, health, science and technology, environment, and social development
  • Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC) - private voluntary, non-profit corporation that certifies non-profit organizations that meet established minimum standards for financial management and accountability in the service to underprivileged Filipinos
  • Association of Partners for Fairer Trade, Inc. (APFTI) (Quezon City) - committed to serving an increasing circle of micro, cottage and small enterprises in the handicrafts and food sectors by providing fair trade trainings, technical assistance, and marketing services
  • Bangsamoro Development Agency (BDA) (Cotabato City) - civil society organization tasked by the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), pursuant to the GRP-MILF Agreement, to determine, lead and manage relief, rehabilitation and development projects in conflict affected areas
  • Action for Economic Reforms (AER) (Quezon City) - independent, reform-oriented, activist policy group of progressive scholars and activists in the Philippines which supports a radical transformation in the models of development
  • BEing human Foundation - non-political, non-religious charitable trust which aims to return wealth generated through professionally and well-managed, self-governing enterprises, in particular a partially or wholly-owned hotel venture, to society through targeted development programs of various NGO's
  • Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODENGO) - undertakes measures that will expand the reach and increase the effectiveness of NGO development work in the Philippines
  • Community Organisers (CO) Multidiversity (Quezon City) - capability building institution that aims to respond to the difficult challenges faced by the marginalized communities to address the impact of poverty due to the globalization process
  • FISH (Filipino International Self-Help) for Peace (Fairfield, CA, USA) - works to establish a two-way and reciprocal linkage between the Filipinos abroad and those in the Philippines for the purpose of empowering the Philippines in accordance with the fundamental FISH for PEACE principles of individual self-help, community cooperation and national enabling for the Filipinos
  • Habitat for Humanity Philippines (HFHP) (Mandaluyong City) - non-profit ecumenical Christian housing ministry that builds simple, decent homes with economically disadvantaged Filipinos through the participative labor of homepartners and volunteers, using as much donated construction materials as possible
  • International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) (Silang, Cavite) - rural development organization with 80 years experience, working in Africa, Asia and Latin America, which promotes people-centered development through capacity building for poor people and their communities, development organizations and agencies
  • Kabalikat (Quezon City) - group of 92 community service groups in 8 provinces throughout the Philippines with a vision to improve the quality of life of the Filipino poor via programs such as community-based health care, agricultural loans for crops and animals, and business loans for vending and handicrafts
  • Management & Organizational Development for Empowerment (MODE) (Quezon City) - helps address the growing demands of NGOs, cooperatives, and foreign funding agencies in mainstreaming and integrating their developmental socio-economic projects
  • Mindanao Coalition of Development NGOs (MINCODE) (Davao City) - coalition of nine networks of NGOs and people's organization based in Mindanao which serves as an advocacy body that raises the needs and aspirations of marginalized sectors for sustainable, gender-fair and participatory development
  • National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) (Quezon City) - national organization of cooperatives which provides a whole range of cooperative development programs and services, including training and education, research and databanking, audit consultancy, business programs such as financial intermediation, inter-coop trade, cooperative insurance, training center and hostel facilities, and social programs like gender and development, youth involvement in cooperatives, and heath and housing cooperative development
  • Orient Integrated Development Consultants, Inc (OIDCI) (Quezon City) - pioneers work in enhancing and operationalizing the Integrated Area Development (IAD) concept, veering away from the traditional sectoral and piecemeal approach to development, and laying the framework and groundwork for an integrative system that has since found replication in different models that are now charting the development works of many local government units, national government agencies and funding agencies
  • Partnership of Philippine Support Service Agencies (PHILSSA) (Quezon City) - network of NGOs addressing urban and related concerns which, together with like-minded NGOs, works to operationalize ethical development practice in the Philippines
  • Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) (Manila) - association of over 100 companies in the country that allocate a portion of their net profit to social development, involving itself in community development, small enterprises promotion, environmental conservation, agrarian reform and relief and rehabilitation
  • Philippine European Solidarity Centre (PESC-KSP) - aims to build a just and sustainable society by disseminating information and promoting direct linkages between partners
  • Philippine Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas (PHILDHRRA) (Quezon City) - national network of social development organizations committed to pursuit and realization of agrarian reform and rural development in the Philippines
  • Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement (PRRM) (Quezon City) - nongovernment organization engaged in the design and implementation of community and habitat development programs throughout the Philippines, with projects including sustainable area development, community building, and habitat protection and management
  • NGO in Bohol
  • Philippine Development Assistance Programme (PDAP) (Quezon City) - private, non-profit consortium of non-government organizations, funded by the Canadian International Development Agency, that contributes to social change by creating a favorable development environment
  • Philippine Peasant Institute (PPI) (Quezon City) - non-government organization that aims to promote and advance the Philippine peasantry's interests for agrarian reform and rural development in partnership with local peasant organizations
  • Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya (SIBAT) (Wellspring of Science and Technology) (Quezon City) - non-governmental organization engaged in the promotion and development of Appropriate Technology (AT) in the Philippines
  • Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation (Swiss Contact Philippines) (Paranaque City) - designs, manages, and implements cost-effective and market driven enterprise development programs in order to develop the competitiveness of economic environments in target areas of intervention
  • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Country Office - Philippines
  • Walang Ku-Corrupt - group of volunteers from student groups, private sector firms, and NGOs, which aims to influence the public's acceptance that citizens and companies have roles to play in promoting good governance
  • Popular Education for People's Empowerment (PEPE) - provides "pop-ed" services to the urban poor, peasants, fisherfolk, professionals, women, indigenous peoples, with a focus on enhancing these sectors' capacities, knowledge, skills, and attitudes as community educators
  • Institute for Popular Democracy (IPD) (Quezon City) - research institute serving social movement groups and non-government organizations in the Philippines and abroad
  • Procurement Watch (PWI) (Pasig City) - civil society organization created by a group of concerned and seasoned individuals from government, academe, the legal profession, and the private sector, brought together by the challenge of reducing, if not eliminating, graft and corruption in government through procurement reform, by promoting transparency and accountability and assisting in the streamlining of procedures in government procurement of goods, supplies, materials, services and infrastructure projects
  • Ebgan, Inc. (Baguio City) - non-government organization working within a framework of issues revolving around women's health and general welfare, gender and development, environment and spirituality, reproductive health, gender-based violence, and other related concerns
  • Institute of Public Health Management (IPHM) (Quezon City) - private non-profit institute composed of a multi-disciplinary team of social development experts, development managers, and policy analysts committed to developing professional, competent, and socially responsible public health managers and leaders
  • Philippine Breast Cancer Network (PBCN) - finding the cause and a cure for breast cancer
  • Philippine Centre for Population and Development (PCPD) (Makati, Manila) - foundation which provides grants mainly to population and development policy research leading to advocacy, but also to fund further development in community-based health concerns and responsible parenthood in the industrial sector
  • Philippine Health Social Science Association (PHSSA) (Manila) - national non-government organization with chapters in the major islands of the archipelago, which is committed to the development of health social science as an integrated domain of effective, accessible and responsive health policy, programs, and service
  • Philippine NGO Council on Population, Health and Welfare (PNGOC) (Pasay City) - umbrella organization of 75 NGOs engaged in reproductive health and related development fields, with an emphasis on institution building
  • Philippine NGO Support Program (PHANSuP) (Quezon City) - provides support to sectors involved in the prevention of HIV/AIDS and the management of its impact on Philippine Society, including family planning, adolescent reproductive health, and reproductive health promotion, and provides financial support to NGOs and CBOs in underserved areas in the country to implement reproductive health initiatives
  • Balay Rehabilitation Center (Quezon City) - human rights NGO that provides psychosocial healing alliance with traumatized survivors of internal displacement, political detention and other human rights violations
  • Global Cooperation Society (GCS) Philippine Chapter - proposes a societal model that differs from competing theories of ideal society by constructing a feasible ideal type of society from reality
  • National Secretariat for Social Action - Justice and Peace (NASSA) (Manila) - social arm of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines, which is committed to promote peace, pursue justice, and aim for the total human development of the Filipinos
  • Outreach Philippines Inc. (OPI) (Cabanatuan City) - field program of Outreach International committed to the struggle to attainment a Society that is just, progressive, peaceful, sustainable, free and democratic, and nurtured by a healthy environment that sustainably supports the needs of present and future generations
  • Philippine Human Rights Information Center (Quezon City) - established by the Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA) to undertake and disseminate human rights information, research and analyses where and when they are needed
  • Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFD) (Quezon City) - non-profit, national human rights organization concerned with documenting human rights violations, assisting the victims and their families in their material and legal needs, and conducting human rights education work
  • Urban Poor Institute for Community Building (UPICOB) (Caloocan City) - private, non-profit, non-government organization which aims to strengthen urban poor organization with the consciousness, commitment and capabilities to resolve their issues and promote their human rights
  • Ayala Foundation - social and cultural development
  • Ford Foundation Philippines (Manila) - provides grants in the areas of governance and civil society, local philanthropy and the nonprofit sector, sexuality and reproductive health, and environment and development, aimed at addressing some of the fundamental causes of social injustice, gender inequality, poverty, sexual and reproductive health problems, and environmental degradation
  • Pagtinabangay Foundation (Ormoc City, Leyte) - private voluntary organization which provides services to different low income sectors in Ormoc and surrounding municipalities
  • Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (RMAF) (Manila) - non-profit corporation created by the trustees of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (New York) to commemorate President Ramon Magsaysay and to perpetuate his example of integrity in government and pragmatic idealism within a democratic society
  • Venture for Fund Raising (Pasig City, Manila) - helps organizations raise the resources they need to fulfill their missions and provides the Asian non-profit community with a number of research programs, training seminars, consulting services and public policy promotions


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