At DIB we set a high value on our partners and collaborators. We build our international projects on the notion of cooperation, and we aim at achieving change through cooperation with civil society organizations and networks. For this reason, we are part of several networks where civil society organizations develop their capacity, coordinate on relevant issues, and deliberate on these issues together.

Our activities abroad is in close collaboration with LOCAL partners - we believe this strengthens the implementation of our projects, the community and the local organizations.

Recently, we've explored the possibility for collaborations with private companys in a learning experiment along with other green-profiled organizations in Denmark. Among other things, it resulted in en god manual , which we have been very inspired by in relation to future collaborations.

Do you see possibilities for collaborations?

If you have had an idea for a collaboration between DIB and your organization, your company or a network that you're part of, we would love to hear from you.

Måske vil jeres virksomhed gerne støtte et godt formål og leder efter den rigtige samarbejdspartner?

You can contact us on or on our phone number + 45 52 99 92 36

Network in Denmark

The '92 group is a netwrok for 25 danish environmental and development organizations that work together for sustainable development in Denmark and globally. The group was formed within the context of the UN Environment and Development Conference in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.

CISU - Civil Society in Development is an umbrella organization for almost 300 Danish civil society organizations that at the same time manage development funds from Danida and the Foreign Ministery. CISU provides support to its member organizations through courses, consultancy, and other forms of support. Currently they are a main part of DIB's projects financed through CISU's grants.

INFORSE Europe is the administrative part of an international network of organizations from the whole world, that focus on sustainable solutions within the field of energy, climate, and environment. 

MUNDU - Center for Global Formation works for global education to become a natural part of the general education in Denmark.

Partners abroad

ALTERPLAN – Alternative Planning Initiativein the Philippines, is an organization that works especially with the challenges arising from informal settlements in urban and barangay contexts. They contribute with technical assistance, consultancy, and education.

CANSA – Climate Action Network South Asia, India, is a network of 150 organizations from eight countries in South Asia. CANSA is working to promote a socially just, global strategy for combating anthropogenic climate change.

Center for Rural Technology (CRT/N), Nepal, develops and promotes technical solutions for rural areas in Nepal, which contributes to meeting basic needs and improving the living conditions of people in rural areas.

Centro Redes, Argentina, focuses on integrating technology and scientific expertise in their projects. They have worked with local and international partners, developed teaching material, published books, and facilitated seminars and workshops together with other organizations.

ENDA, Senegal, has over 30 experience in spreading sustainable energy sources locally and in rural contexts. Their projects have had an impact both locally, regionally, and nationally.

Grameen Shakti, Bangladesh, is behind a very successful market-based program that has made solar cell systems, biogas plants and improved stoves accessible to more than eight million rural residents.

Children-Nepal supports children, youth, and families at the margins of society, and works to fight discrimination, exploitation, and violence based on caste, gender, and social status. Moreover, the organization works with the ecologic development of rural villages and rural areas, as well as with the organization and capacity building of small-holder farmers.

IDEA – Integrated Development Association, Sri Lanka, plays an active role in driving sustainable developmennt within the management of natural resources, village development and environmental conservation measures. IDEA works from an holistic perspective with "the whole rural context", where they support all the elements of rural livelihoods - organic small farms and gardens, improved technical solutions and cooperation.

INSEDA – Integrated Sustainable Energy and Ecological Development Association, India, promotes and implements solutions for renewable energy in rural settings in India, with a specific focus on biogas plants. INSEDA has so far installed around 300.000 biogas plants.

TaTEDO – Centre for Sustainable Energy Services, Tanzania, has since 1990 engaged in advocacy and capacity building for underrepresented and poor groups.

Teko Kavi is a NGO in Bolivia, engaged in civil society through local planning, education, climate, and indigenous people's livelihoods and rights. They work with capacity building and advocacy in relation to education and environmental politics on national, regional and common plans.

Kijani Consult Tanzania is an Organization in Tanzania that especially works with communication and dissemination of sustainable farming and forestry, and advocates for initiatives that focus on countering climate change.