Partner Poland Foundation
At the core of the Foundation’s activities lies the believe, that all people are equal and have a right to participate in decisions concerning their families, social groups and countries. The Foundation’s mission is centered on the promotion of understanding between individuals, societies and cultures. The Foundation’s statutory objectives are propagating a culture of peaceful conflict resolution, including the expansion of mediation in Poland, assisting democratic decision-making procedures and activities for the development of a knowledge-based civic society.
Razem Pamoja Foundation
The main goal of the foundation is to develop, promote and implement education in Polish schools based on continued cooperation of students and teachers living in African countries. The foundation is committed to realizing this goal in three ways: developing and implementing one-time educational projects in which Polish students and their peers in Africa work together to create specific works (e.g., books, exhibitions, documentaries); opening permanent channels of communication between Polish and African school communities (using traditional forms of media, such as meetings or writing to each other, as well as taking advantage of new technologies); and working on the theory and methodology of teaching cooperation between Polish and African schools.
Polish Aid is a development assistance program run by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. Polish aid supports these main areas: good governance, migrations and border management, rural and agricultural development, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The International Astronomical Union
The International Astronomical Union (IAU) was founded in 1919. Its mission is to promote and safeguard the science of astronomy in all its aspects through international cooperation. IAU has set up the Office of Astronomy for Development (OAD) in partnership with the South African National Research Foundation. Among many tasks of OAD is to inspire members of the public with the beauty and scale of the universe, while satisfying a deep cultural attachment that almost all societies have with astronomical objects. Examples of activities are stargazing sessions; public lectures; creation and support of amateur astronomy clubs; etc.