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Free Legal Assistance for International Development

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Advocates for International Development (A4ID) provides free legal advice to development NGOs, Inter-Governmental Organisations and developing country governments in need of assistance. Our role is to match pro bono resources with legal need so that lawyers can play their role in furthering the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and particularly in the eradication of global poverty.

Please visit our website at http://www.a4id.org or contact A4ID at probono@a4id.org , if you need assistance.

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Advocates for International Development (A4ID) provides free legal advice to development NGOs, Inter-Governmental Organisations and developing country governments in need of assistance. Our role is to match pro bono resources with legal need so that lawyers can play their role in furthering the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and particularly in the eradication of global poverty.

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  • Commented
    04 Mar 2010 11:36 GMT

    NELBEM - Kenya
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    weldon korir says:
    I have a wish to share infomation of Volunteers for Funds Raisning in liasion with institution offering Free Legal Assistance for International Development, Wish to ensure everything is legal and within the law.

    Regards
    Weldon Korir
    NELBEM KENYA &
    Director
    Rural Economic Resources Centre

  • Commented
    12 Mar 2010 09:41 GMT

    ONG CECOZ
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Pascal Adams THERA says: I am interested in this offer. Can we invite you to join us and let us profit for your experience

  • Commented
    17 Mar 2010 03:14 GMT

    Global Hand Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Katey Kenworthy says: Organisations who would like assistance from Advocates for International Development (A4ID) can get in touch directly on info@a4id.org.

  • Commented
    18 Mar 2010 08:18 GMT

    Union Of Worship Ministries,Inc.
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Johny B. Kigozi says: Ok! Can that offer be available in line with our project activities.

  • Commented
    26 Mar 2010 05:33 GMT

    Pader Orphans Caring Project
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    AKENA RICHARD says: i am interested in partnership and want to exchange contact.

  • Commented
    26 Mar 2010 05:38 GMT

    Pader Orphans Caring Project
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    AKENA RICHARD says: i have been donated 35 computers and it need shipping from united kingdom and i need help from NGO who can help us ship it to uganda.
    thanks richard

  • Commented
    19 Jul 2010 12:12 GMT

    Motherhood Childcare Project
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ALICE NORAH says: Thank you,We welcome the offer to our project,
    Our organization is dedicated to helping disadvantaged children, especially AIDS orphans and street children in Uganda, Africa. We aim to overcome poverty and helplessness.
    The foundation was formed to respond to the increasing needs of the children whose parents have died of AIDS and street children in my country, Uganda. We realized the children's plight needed urgent attention.& sympathy for them.
    The organization is a non -profit making organ, and was started in 2006,its located at little way primary School, Kawempe-Maganjo parish, Nabweru sub-county Wakiso District Uganda East Africa.
    The organ has a registered number of 350 vulnerable children, including those infected with HIV/Aids, orphans, disabled & others. We cater for these children through community outreach although we intend to build up a home..

  • Commented
    10 Aug 2010 05:44 GMT

    ABA Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Rev. Kiyimba Joseph says: Dear Friend,
    HOW CAN WE BENEFIT FROM YOUR OFFER?

    ABA Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization registered under the laws of Uganda. The Foundation's objective is to promote the Socio-Economic Welfare of our vulnerable communities especially the disaster affected people, destitute children, Orphans, widows, widowers, elderly, refugees, disabled, people in war torn Northern Uganda staying in Internally Displaced Camps and poor families affected by HIV / AIDS. We provide them with disaster relief, material support in form of clothing, mattresses, blankets, food aid, clean water, medication, toilets, shelter among others. We offer scholastic materials to school going children such as books, pens, pencils, tuition fees, sanitary pads, shoes, school bags etc. We run Technical and Vocational Training Centers to equip refugees and other vulnerable groups with life development skills to enable them earn a living. Recent research indicated that 98% of refugees and people in internally displaced camps engage in open sex for money which has led to an increase in HIV / AIDS scourge. These Technical and Vocational Training Centers are meant to empower them, fight poverty and combat the spread of HIV / AIDS. We operate Mobile Clinics, Home Care Bay and Rehabilitation Homes. We do Training and Counseling. We Sensitize communities against HIV / AIDS, we also sensitize communities on development programs to fight house hold poverty and promotion of income generating projects.

    Rev. Kiyimba Joseph
    Executive Director
    ABA Foundation
    www.AbaAfrica.Org
    Tel: +256772949076
    Email:kiyimbajoseph@gmail.com

  • Commented
    02 Sep 2010 04:53 GMT

    Save - Ghana
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    kingsly kanton says: we would be greatful if you could pertiner with us we are a local NGO in the upper west Region of Ghana
    you can send us a mail on info@saveghana.org

  • Commented
    10 Aug 2011 12:10 GMT

    Our Lady of Piat High School
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Sr. Ellen S. Labrador, FAS says: HELLo! I am looking for some generous partners for our project in the Philippines- especially for the children in school. Would you care to help us find a sponsor for the renovation of our dilapidated 61 year old building... Thank you and more power..

  • Commented
    13 Oct 2011 08:56 GMT

    Zindua Africa Safaris
    (For-profit organisation)

    Zindua Africa says: We would appreciate for the services,our organization;www.crosnoteso.org would appreciate alot

  • Commented
    13 Feb 2012 11:51 GMT

    Mwape Proculious

    Mwape Proculious says: Strategic Youth Organisation is youth organisation formed and operating in Zambia, Africa.

    Our organisation really need your services to help be able to consult you whenever we have legal related issues in our operations. Secondly, The organisation would like to partner with you so that can offer some legal trainings to staff so as to ensure and increase our capacity in legal matters.

    For more information please contact on this email: strategicyouthorg@zambia.co.zm

    Regards
    Mwape Proculious

  • Commented
    01 Mar 2012 05:10 GMT

    Bashiran Munshi foundation(BMF)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bashiran Munshi Foundation(BMF) says: kindly send us village school, disable person and drug edicts project format I will be very thank ful to you.

  • Commented
    15 May 2012 05:17 GMT

    law ally
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    majeeduddin quazi says: law ally is a law firm having its head office in Nanded maharashtra.
    it started to work non orthodox & untraditional way, having a passionate, hard working, devoted, energetic team of lawyers.
    apart from its commercial aims we have decided to work absolutely free for needy, poor people of the society, as it is our duty and responsiblity as an advocate.

  • Commented
    28 Jul 2012 05:45 GMT

    Mulema Life Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mulema life foundation says: Thanks to this offer, We are a non-profit org. In Kenya and wish to partner with you. Kindly add us on your list of partners. James Mulema.

  • Commented
    28 Jul 2012 05:48 GMT

    Mulema Life Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mulema life foundation says: Thanks to this offer, We are a non-profit org. In Kenya and wish to partner with you. Kindly add us on your list of partners. James Mulema.

  • Commented
    14 Aug 2012 03:59 GMT

    Uganda Youth Skills Training Organization
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Turyatunga Bob Maahe says: Greetings from Uganda. Iam just inquiring from you if you could help us and we get paid our community contribution fee which has not been paid to us after offering our services to the beneficially but on the agreement that we must share costs meet during training program. We offered our services to the beneficiary for over one year.If possible, we would like you to help us through your pro bono service to take legal action against the said beneficiary.

  • Commented
    26 Aug 2012 04:30 GMT

    JK Developmental Action Group (JK DAG)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    S.M.Hussain says: JK DAG, we would be greatful if you could partner with us we are a local NGO in the
    Jammu & Kashmir, India, you can send us an E- mail on info@jkdag.org

  • Commented
    15 Oct 2012 06:38 GMT

    Oasis Charitable Trust
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Jyothy Prem says: Oasis Charitable Trust is a not for profit organization working in the slum clusters of Delhi and villages of Tamil Nadu to lessen the sufferings of a section of marginalized people of the society. Its services are open to people from all sections of society, irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, gender and ethnicity. Trying to keep a good balance between the needs of the target area and the limited resources of the trust, it follows a multidimensional approach in its project implementation. In order to ensure holistic development of the target communities it offers services in the following fields
    We are running an education canter, health care SHG (Self Help Group) and vocational training canter for the community girls and women. We really lick to receive the offer for our organization. For further details please contact.
    Jyothyprem
    Executive Director
    Oasis Charitable Trust
    Jyothyprem@yahoo.co.in
    Oasisct1@yahoo.co.in
    www.octweb.org
    Mobile -00-91-9911391719

  • Commented
    13 Nov 2012 11:31 GMT


    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    says:
    The Uganda Public Rescue Foundation (UPRF) is non-government organization that was conceived on the idea of Promoting human rights and providing legal aid to the poor i.e Disabled, women, men, elders and children in Uganda. Since 2006 when the foundation was conceived, UPRF has been for its association with the work of promoting Universal Respect for human rights, offer legal Aid services in Higher Courts and the Chief Magistrate’s Courts. UPRF works alongside the Judiciary, the Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP), police and prisons in the dispensation of criminal justice and right for human right for the less privileged (the poor) to bridge the gap of civil society on the demand side of justice delivery.

    The Purpose of UPRF is centered on the immediate goals of promoting human rights, sensitize people on HIV/AIDS and offering professional and standardized criminal defence services to disadvantaged people charged with offences that carry a sentence of 10 years imprisonment or more. Over the year and fight for human rights, UPRF has made some significance achievements such as the significant increase in the number of cases handled in comparison to the total registered.

    UPRF has been supported by the WACODA since October 2006. The support given has been short term and was understood by both parties to be a bridging fund by stakeholders to facilitate UPRF efforts in conforming to the criteria of accessing the WACODA for the future funding. It’s in light of this background that stakeholders consultancy to evaluate UPRF’s performance towards the agreed undertakings. The evaluation of the organization was completed in September 2008 and recommend, among others that UPRF goes through a comprehensive organizational systems and structural audit to lay a good foundation for the integration of recommendations made in this study. Following the recommendations arising from this evaluation, UPRF submitted a two year strategic plan that required longer term support would be given to UPRF for six months basing on activities in the two Years

    yours

    yiga robert
    +256-752527405

  • Commented
    13 Nov 2012 11:33 GMT


    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    says: The Uganda Public Rescue Foundation (UPRF) is non-government organization that was conceived on the idea of Promoting human rights and providing legal aid to the poor i.e Disabled, women, men, elders and children in Uganda. Since 2006 when the foundation was conceived, UPRF has been for its association with the work of promoting Universal Respect for human rights, offer legal Aid services in Higher Courts and the Chief Magistrate’s Courts. UPRF works alongside the Judiciary, the Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP), police and prisons in the dispensation of criminal justice and right for human right for the less privileged (the poor) to bridge the gap of civil society on the demand side of justice delivery.

    The Purpose of UPRF is centered on the immediate goals of promoting human rights, sensitize people on HIV/AIDS and offering professional and standardized criminal defence services to disadvantaged people charged with offences that carry a sentence of 10 years imprisonment or more. Over the year and fight for human rights, UPRF has made some significance achievements such as the significant increase in the number of cases handled in comparison to the total registered.

    UPRF has been supported by the WACODA since October 2006. The support given has been short term and was understood by both parties to be a bridging fund by stakeholders to facilitate UPRF efforts in conforming to the criteria of accessing the WACODA for the future funding. It’s in light of this background that stakeholders consultancy to evaluate UPRF’s performance towards the agreed undertakings. The evaluation of the organization was completed in September 2008 and recommend, among others that UPRF goes through a comprehensive organizational systems and structural audit to lay a good foundation for the integration of recommendations made in this study. Following the recommendations arising from this evaluation, UPRF submitted a two year strategic plan that required longer term support would be given to UPRF for six months basing on activities in the two Years

    we apply to partner with your organisation

    www.uprf.webs.com

  • Commented
    09 Jan 2013 07:00 GMT

    Unity4Good Initiative
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    AKPOBOME AGADAIGHO says: My ngo is to increase food production, generate employment, eliminate hunger and poverty. My vision is good nutrition and good health for all. To achieve these, I have to create mutual relationship between the rich and the poor in Nigeria and the world and also make campaign against inequality. Sir, your assistance is highly welcome.

  • Commented
    09 Jan 2013 07:00 GMT

    Unity4Good Initiative
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    AKPOBOME AGADAIGHO says: My ngo is to increase food production, generate employment, eliminate hunger and poverty. My vision is good nutrition and good health for all. To achieve these, I have to create mutual relationship between the rich and the poor in Nigeria and the world and also make campaign against inequality. Sir, your assistance is highly welcome.

  • Commented
    06 Apr 2013 05:06 GMT

    Jukumu Letu Youth Group
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    JUKUMU LETU YOUTH GROUP says: JUKUMU LETU AIMS AT PROMOTING YOUNG MOTHER FIND A MEANINGFUL LIFE AND COPE UP WITH REJECTION FOR ANY HELP CONTACT
    jule4youths@gmail.com

  • Commented
    12 Apr 2013 01:55 GMT

    Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Maboshe Patrick says: Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC) is a orphans and vulnerable children not-for-profit humanitarian aid NGO founded in 2006, Mongu, Western, Zambia and registered under the laws of Zambia, The organization provides a range of protection, support and care for orphans and vulnerable children MMC works where others do not – in rural and remote areas of Western, Zambia – and where access to services is the poorest and is dedicated to and implementing self and donor funded projects of supporting community responses. These initiatives are aimed at improving the psychosocial wellbeing, educational, nutritional status and health of the children especially orphans and vulnerable ones in the community with aims to partnership and collaboration at local, national, regional and international levels for safeguard sexual and reproductive health adolescents, access to family planning information, safe motherhood, gender sensitive services, comprehensive HIV/AIDS response, integration of sexual and gender based violence into HIV/AIDS, IEC on HIV/AIDS information, psychosocial support, quality ART services, health care providers on ART service provision, HIV palliative care services and TB treatment, mainstreaming disabilities and social economic justice on poverty, suffering and social injustice, establish operational and effective HIV & AIDS workplace programs that address the needs of institutions, and increase access to prevention, care & treatment for staff and their families, prevention to care, support, and mitigation, building on organization in capacity building, community mobilization, child rights, and child participation to reach the epidemic’s most affected populations: orphans and vulnerable children, youth at risk, pregnant women and HIV/AIDS information centers, peer education activities, school and community-based prevention outreach for young people, voluntary counseling and testing service strengthening and community home-based care for children living with HIV/AIDS, support to food and nutrition aid and livelihood support to transform the lives of vulnerable children, protect children against HIV through extensive PMTCT services, age-specific HIV information, and access to child friendly reproductive health and HIV counseling and testing services, empowering communities through capacity building, advocacy on human rights, protection, gender considerations and anti-retroviral treatment (ART) for children.

    We are seeking for any help to assist our orphans and vulnerable children with clothing, bedding, books, computers, camp tents, legal aid services, etc.

    The Office of the Country Director,Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC),Mulambwa UCZ Church Mongu-Lusaka Road, House # 411, Plot # 3001, Lewanika General Hospital Area, Mongu Postal Box 910371 MONGU. ZAMBIA, Western Province Southern Africa. Email: mmcmonguheadoffice@ymail.com Cell # + 260 973 017 321, +260 963 584 146 & +260 950 914 082 Website: www.maboshememorial.org

  • Commented
    06 Aug 2013 02:22 GMT

    Helping People
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Laurent M. ATUMBE says: Dear Sir,
    Our organization HELP-SL advocate for the rural women and children for their access to justice and wellbeing. We really need your services to help be able to consult you whenever we have legal related issues in our operations. Secondly, The organization would like to partner with you so that can offer some legal trainings to staff so as to ensure and increase our capacity in legal matters.

    Kind regards,
    Laurent M. Atumbe
    Programs Director
    latumbe@yahoo.ca
    Cell: +232 77 804540

  • Commented
    20 Aug 2013 03:42 GMT

    Commonwealth Peoples Association of Uganda (CPAUG) Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Commonwealth Peoples Association of Uganda says: Is this offer still available and if yes how can CPAUG be assisted to have access to legal materials for its HR work for PWDs and rural based communities in Uganda in addition to empowering students in primary and secondary schools about their rights.

  • Commented
    01 Sep 2013 12:50 GMT

    Friends of Orphans Revival Ministries
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    MR. OJAMBOH PAUL says: I would love to talk more with you about a partnership between our organization, Friends of orphans revival ministries, and your company. I believe that we meet the needs of many with your help. Please contact me at your convenience. Email us at :wakisoecclesia@gmail.com

  • Commented
    21 Apr 2014 09:49 GMT

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief and Rehabililtation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief And Rehabilitation N.G.O says: Our organisation really need your services to help be able to consult you whenever we have legal related issues in our operations. Secondly, The organisation would like to partner with you so that can offer some legal trainings to staff so as to ensure and increase our capacity in legal matters.

  • Commented
    06 May 2014 05:44 GMT

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief and Rehabililtation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief And Rehabilitation N.G.O says: Dear sir,
    we the Central C-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief And rehabilitation N.G.O from B.T.A.D Assam.
    we need emergency relief for our 32 Orphans child's because we have facing food problems for our 32 child's so sir take necessary action as soon as possible.
    thank you..
    yours faithfully
    Mr. Saidur Islam
    President of
    Central Co-Ordination Committee of
    Minority Relief And Rehabilitation N.G.O. B.T.A.D Assam
    Ph. +919957481462
    facebook page. www.facebook.com/cccmrrn.g.o

  • Commented
    22 May 2014 08:58 GMT

    Huqooq-ul-Ebad Development Foundation (HEDF)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Syed Muhammad Ashfaq says: we would like to request for funding for pakistani marginalized women and children, so we may help them for the eradication of poverty and education etc

  • Commented
    27 May 2014 09:45 GMT

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief and Rehabililtation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief And Rehabilitation N.G.O says: we are still waiting for your kind help in our B.T.A.D violence affected area Please contact us.

  • Commented
    27 May 2014 09:53 GMT

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief and Rehabililtation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief And Rehabilitation N.G.O says: Dear sir,
    We are interested for your help
    in the violence affected area B.T.A.D Assam India there are 100+ death,4 lakhs people shelter in relief camp in the violence of 2012 july some of them not get rehabilitation and 67+ people are death in the violence of 2014 1st, 2nd May In the same affected people so sir we need your help.

  • Commented
    17 Jun 2014 08:27 GMT

    Kazi Youths East African Organisatioon (KYEA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Abel Isreal Kisubi says: we are intersted in the offer and so please you can contact us on +256701498372 / +256714884865 or you can also email us on kaziyouths.eastfrica@mgail.com

  • Commented
    01 Jul 2014 04:09 GMT

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief and Rehabililtation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Central Co-Ordination Committee of Minority Relief And Rehabilitation N.G.O says: We are interested on your offer please contact us mijanur2233@gmail.com

  • Commented
    08 Jul 2014 03:41 GMT

    Pakistani Christian Educational academy Thailand
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Dr Shabaz Bhatti says: I have pleasure to write you my name is Rev Dr Shabaz Bhatti priest of Urdu church service for Pakistani Christian asylum seeker and refugee people those who are registered under UNHCR in Bangkok Thailand.

    I am also director of (Pakistani Christian Educational Academy) Bangkok Thailand. PCEA" is a Main Stream School to provide education to the poor Pakistani Christian asylum seeker/refugee children from the surrounding villages Pracha Uthit thung khru Bangkok Thailand.
    (Pakistani Christian Educational Academy) PCEA" is a Main Stream School to provide education to the poor Pakistani Christian asylum seeker/refugee children from the surrounding villages Pracha Uthit thung khru Bangkok Thailand.we are interested in your offer so please contact us.
    Thanking you in anticipation.

    Regards,

    Yours in Him

    Rev Dr Shabaz Bhatti (Director) PCEA

    Bangkok Thailand
    Email:- pakchristianeducationalacademy@yahoo.com


  • Commented
    21 Jul 2014 11:38 GMT

    Humanist Watch Salone
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Humanist Watch Salone (HUWASAL) says: Humanist Watch Salone(HUWASAL) is Non-Profit organization working towards the attainment of sustainable peace and development in Sierra Leone. To this end improving citizens access to justice more especially women and children is one key task of HUWASAL. In the drive of improving women and children access to justice, HUWASAL focuses on providing services to survivors of sexual and gender- based violence to access and their families to access justice. On this note, HUWASAL wish to partner with Advocates for International Development in the area of providing free legal services to our clients. Legal representation for our clients is a major challenge faced by vulnerable groups in Sierra Leone in the pursue of justice.