At Fundación Banco Santander we collaborate with different entities in the identification and evaluation of business projects that receive technical and economic support from Santander BEST Africa.
In addition, we collaborate with them in the design of training programmes associated with the fulfilment of our main aims: the promotion of gender equality and the encouragement of responsible tourism entrepreneurship as a means of accelerating inclusive and sustainable growth in Africa.
Enraíza Derechos is a non-governmental development organisation (NGDO) which works since 1985 to promote the respect, protection and guarantee of the human rights to food, health and water and sanitation in Mozambique, Senegal, Bolivia and Peru.
This mission of this organisation is to promote a healthy, sustainable and fair diet for all people, based on responsible models of production and consumption, focusing on human rights, gender and sustainability.
A private, civil, non-profit association founded in 2002, whose main purpose is to contribute towards the sustainable development of developing countries in extreme poverty. This general objective is based on four main areas of action: health, education, infrastructures and the conservation and recovery of culture.
Established by the Government of Gambia with funds from the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and the World Bank, the Gambia Tourism and Hospitality Institute accommodates over 400 students each year to study the main specialities of the tourism and hospitality industry.
The Xaley Foundation, a Spanish Non-Governmental Development Organization (NGDO), aims to ensure the integral education of girls and thus end gender inequality. The Foundation wants girls to become agents of change in Senegalese society.
An NGO for international development cooperation with a mission based on the value and respect for the dignity of people; confidence in the ability to succeed in life through one's work, the engine of individual and family development; a source of freedom, creativity and independence.
Aethnic works for responsible tourism because it believes that a change of paradigm is needed in the traditional tourism model; to evolve towards a tourism that is more committed to the social reality, more economically equitable and more environmentally friendly. Aethnic aims to ensure that tourism makes a positive contribution to sustainable development in the destinations where it works.
A Spanish NGO that works in collaboration with 58 countries in Southern regions. Its mission is to fight against hunger, underdevelopment and lack of education. This NGO strives to eradicate the structural causes that underlie these situations: injustice, the unequal distribution of goods and opportunities among individuals and communities, ignorance, prejudice, lack of solidarity, indifference and the crisis of human and Christian values.