Civil Society Organisations
I am a Girl Barbados
To challenge the minds of the girls within Barbados to be empowered to creating a positive change, both within themselves, their families and by extension their communities.
The National HIV/AIDS Commission of Barbados
Since its establishment in 2001, the Barbados National HIV/AIDS Commission has remained ever vigilant in executing its mandate of creating and strengthening partnerships which in turn foster an expanded response to HIV across all sectors.
National Organisation of Women (NOW) Barbados
The umbrella of women, used to mobilize the combined efforts of women’s organizations in Barbados, for the mutual benefit of all.
Men's Educational Support Association (MESA) Barbados
MESA is a registered charitable organization whose main objective is to help families, fathers and children caught in the turmoil of domestic crisis. We are a group of Men and Women in the community whose aims are to make available the emotional resources and legal referrals Men require during a family breakdown.
Jabez House, Barbados
Jabez House is a haven of hope and empowerment for female sex workers, facilitating their transition process through economic empowerment opportunities (skills, job and entrepreneurial training).
The Business and Professional Women's Club of Barbados
To empower women through training & development, business, entrepreneurship improvements in health and freedom from violence.
Barbados Gays & Lesbians Against Discrimination (BGLAD)
Barbados Gays & Lesbians Against Discrimination (B-GLAD) is dedicated to the promotion of human rights for all persons within the Barbadian society and in particular lesbians, gays and bi-sexuals. B-GLAD, through education on issues of human sexuality and individual differences, will promote the acceptance of all persons and develop a positive agenda for change within Barbados and the Caribbean region.
Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Livelihoods
CoESL helps Caribbean and Latin American youth and adults to secure sustainable livelihoods through entrepreneurship.
Barbados Council for the Disabled
The Barbados Council for the Disabled is the umbrella body comprising institutional members only. All the members are organisations which represent a specific category of disability in Barbados.
Movement Against Discrimination Action Coalition (MOVADAC)
Grenada Planned Parenthood Association
The Grenada Planned Parenthood Association (GPPA) runs 2 full-time clinics in St. George’s and St. Andrew’s. GPPA’s aim is to provide the population with the knowledge and the means to choose whether, when and how many children to have.
The Legal Aid and Counselling Clinic, Grenada
LACC is a multidisciplinary clinic offering Psychological and Legal services for the State of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
Grenada Community Development Organisation (GRENCODA)
Grenada Community Development Agency – (GRENCODA) is an indigenous non-profit, non-partisan, non-governmental development Agency committed to the development of Grenada’s rural communities. The Agency started in 1985, and was formally registered as a non-profit organisation under the Grenada Companies Ordinance January 13th, 1986.
SAVE Foundation Barbados
To eradicate domestic violence from Barbados by the use of innovative strategies and through collaboration with all sectors of society
Grenada National Organisation of Women (GNOW)
Grenada news and information online, covering politics, business, sports, culture, health and lifestyle.
The Barbados National Union Of Public Workers Gender Affairs Committee
To be a professional provider of worker representation and socio-economic benefits to the public worker in Barbados and the wider Caribbean
St. Vincent and The Grenadines Public Service Union
To fight for the rights of all Public Servant
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