iKNOW Politics receives monetary support and in-kind donations from its five partners, international donor organizations, and government institutions. We would like to acknowledge the following donors (in alphabetical order of name) for their generous support: 
 

The Belgium Ministry of Development Cooperation strives for a peaceful and secure world where poverty is a thing of the past and where there are development opportunities for all. The efforts therefore complement those of the international community to achieve sustainable development and a fair world. For more information, please click here.

 

2012-2013

Irish Aid is the Government of Ireland’s programme of assistance to developing countries. Ireland has had an official development assistance programme since 1974. Ireland’s development cooperation policy is an integral part of Ireland’s wider foreign policy. To read further please click here.

 

2007-2012
Norway Government

The Government of Norway supports a large array of development programs, including programs related to gender equality, education, democracy building, and environmental protection. For more information, please click here.

 

2009-2012

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, is a government organization under the Swedish Foreign Ministry. Swedish development aid follows three thematic priorities; democracy and human rights, environment and climate change and gender equality and womens' role. To read further please click here.

 

 

2007-2012

 

 Previous iKNOW Politics donors (in chronological order) include:

The Ministry of Health, Social Policy and Equality, Governement of Spain: The Government of Spain supports a large array of development programs, including programs related to gender equality, eradication of violence against women, education, democracy building, and environmental protection. For more information, please click here.

 

2011

Glamour Magazine provided support for webcast of iKNOW Politics Arabic site launch.

 

2009

UNDEF

United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF): UNDEF was established in July 2005 as a United Nations General Trust Fund. Its primary purpose is to support democratization throughout the world. For more information, please click here.

 

2007-2008

The National Endowment for Democracy is a private, nonprofit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world. To read further click here.

2004-2006
 
We would like to thank all our donors for their support of our project, and their contribution to the empowerment of women in politics worldwide.
 
If you have any questions about our donors or if you would like to become an iKNOW Politics donor, please contact us at connect@iknowpolitics.org.
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