CISP, The International Committee for the Development of Peoples, is a European Non-Governmental Organization formally established in 1983. CISP acts in the international cooperation field and in the fight against social exclusion. CISP carries out development, rehabilitation and humanitarian programmes as well as projects of applied research in about 30 countries in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia, and Eastern Europe. In all its activities, CISP works in close cooperation with the various local partners.
COOPI (International Cooperation) is a independent non-governmental organization, founded in Italy, committed to fighting against social injustice and poverty in the global South and to building a future that guarantees everyone adequate living conditions, equal opportunities and respect of their rights. Since 1965 COOPI has carried out more than 700 development projects and emergency interventions in 50 countries in co-operation with more than 50,000 local workers, this ensuring direct benefit to more than 60 million people.
VIS (Volunteers for International Development) is a non-profit NGO (Non Governmental Organisation), which is committed to carry out several activities in the field of co-operation for development. VIS was legally founded in 1986 and is a non-religious organisation that stands independently beside the traditional commitment of the Salesians and of all those people who are inspired by the charisma of Don Bosco in their work of co-operation with the poor countries.