DIB places a high priority on the collaboration with our network and our partners.

We are committed to many different networks with the purpose to share our experiences on organizational and development work and to ensure a common voice in the public debate.

Furthermore, we engage in close cooperation with local partners in our project countries. We do this both to ensure local anchoring of the projects and to support capacity building of local organizations.

DIB is a member of the following networks/organizations in Denmark:

The Danish 92 Group

The Danish 92 Group is a coalition of 24 Danish NGO's working on issues related to the environment and development. The group was established in 1991 with the mandate of coordinating the Danish NGOs' preparations for the United Nation's Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, 1992

Climate and Environment Fund of Civil Society in Development (CISU)

CISU – Civil Society in Development is an independent association of 280+ small and medium-sized Danish Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). All members are actively engaged in development work in Asia, Africa or Latin America – either as their main engagement or as part of their activities.

INFORSE Europe

INFORSE- Europe is one of the 7 regions of the International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE), which is a worldwide NGO network formed at the Global Forum in Rio in 1992. INFORSE has more than 145 member organizations worldwide and works for implementation of sustainable energy solutions by exchange of information, awareness creation, formulation and implementation of strategies, and lobbying of international forums.

MUNDU

MUNDU is an independent organization and the only one in Denmark with global education as its main purpose.

World’s Best News

World’s Best News is an independent news organization for constructive journalism and campaigns.

Their work is based on the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, which address some of the world’s biggest challenges, such as extreme poverty, global inequality, and climate change.

DIB works closely together with the following organizations abroad:

ALTERPLAN – Philippines

ALTERPLAN, Alternative Planning Initiatives, is an organization that works with initiatives that primarily deal with the Philippines's informal settlement challenges, squatter settlements, in urban areas where infrastructure is poor, living standards are low and poverty is high. ALTERPLAN provides technical assistance, counseling and education to the poor urban communities, cooperatives and NGOs. They work at local, national and regional level with capacity building, implementation, analysis and planning.

Teko Kavi – Bolivia

Teko Kavi is formed by a team of professional, Bolivian activists who are committed to the civil society in the areas of local planning, education and climate. They work with advocacy in relation to education and environmental policy at national, regional and municipal level and they work in areas with major social, economic and educational constraints.

Children-Nepal – Nepal

Children-Nepal is a non-profit organization that promotes the rights, welfare and development of children and young people living on the edge of society. They work directly with children, young people and their families through practical activities that help them break away from discrimination, exploitation and violence based on caste, disability, sex and social status.

Center for Rural Technology – Nepal

Center for Rural Technology, Nepal (CRT/N) is a professional NGO involved in developing and promoting appropriate technical solutions in the Nepalese rural areas that can effectively meet basic needs and improve the living conditions for people in rural areas.

Climate Action Network South Asia – India

Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) is a network organization consisting of 149 civil society organizations from eight different countries in South Asia. CANSA is committed to promote equality and sustainable development through the design and development of an effective global strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and ensure its implementation.

INSEDA – India

Integrated Sustainable Energy and Ecological Development Association (INSEDA) is an Indian member-based organization. Since 1980, they have been working on promoting and implementing renewable energy in India's rural areas with a particular focus on biogas plants. So far, INSEDA has installed 300,000 biogas plants around India. INSEDA is also the coordinator of the INFORSE-South Asia network.

  

Grameen Shakti – Bangladesh

Grameen Shakti is one of the heavyweights in Bangladesh, which has led to international recognition. Since its establishment in 1996, Grameen Shakti has developed one of the most successful market-based programs with the social purpose of making solar cell systems, biogas plants and improved cook stoves available to millions of rural residents. The programs have given more than 8 million people the opportunity to use cheap and environmentally friendly energy in their homes and businesses.

Integrated Development Association – Sri Lanka

Integrated Development Association (IDEA), is a non-profit and non-governmental organization based in Kandy, Sri Lanka. The purpose of the organization is to play an active role in managing sustainable development in natural resource management, development and conservation. IDEA is run by a voluntary and interdisciplinary board where all members have network, professionalism and capacity to collaborate with government and non-state actors.