Across Atlantic Development (AAD) was established to makes land safe, freeing people from danger and fear from landmines as to come back and have access to their land for agricultural purposes. More than this, AAD’s core goal is working in some of the world’s poorest communities makes it possible for children to go to school in safety, gives better access to health services, and empowers people to make a better living without fear of landmine, but risk education.
This programme aimed to address policy makers' poor understanding of the needs and views of the youths with different ethnic, religion background regarding drug issues. AAD try to explore their views and develop an understanding of how to work with young people from different background for community development.
#Books4peace is a non-profit charitable campaign with the goal of collecting one thousand books and sending them to the Ifiye library in Somalia. Ifiye is the only functioning library in the entire capital, and in a country where “142 learning centres have shut down and 61 others were on the brink of closure in the 2016-17 academic year.
Working on strategies at creating a better future for achieving high environmental quality goals. One requirement is that the activity is environmentally positive. We introduce, educate about solar panels, solar cells and other environmental and climate solutions.
We draw on a network of partners from business and civil society to tackle global challenges and ensure that companies in all sectors meet and exceed global human rights standards. Our work includes surveying and benchmarking human rights practices and policies across an industry to aid our member companies’ efforts to craft comprehensive, responsible approaches to human rights.
We help companies structure a sustainability management approach that mitigates risk and captures emerging opportunities, creating mutual benefit for both business and civil societies.
We catalyse private-sector action for women’s empowerment and deliver value for business through research and knowledge-building, the design and implementation of gender-sensitive strategies, balance and concrete solutions, and collaboration.