Once a year, Danish humanitarian organizations and the National Television Broadcast company come together to organise a national fundraising activity to help people in some of the world’s poorest countries.
In 2018 and 2019 SustainableEnergy was granted support for two different projects in Kenya.
CISU is an independent association of 280+ small and medium-sized Danish Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). CISU administers several open funds on behalf of the Danish Government. SE is a member of CISU and CISU is administering several grand mechanisms on behalf of the Danish Government.
Danida is the term used for Denmark’s development cooperation, which is an area of activity under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. Danida is the back donor of several of SE’s projects and programmes.
The delegation of the European Union to Mozambique granted in 2016 SE and its Mozambican partner, ADEL SOFALA, a project under the Value Chain programme, ProDEL. The project focuses on enhancing local producers’ access to the formal market by improving the production and strengthening integration of the small-scale beekeepers in the value chain of honey production. The project ended in 2019.
Merkur Cooperative Bank is a Danish values-based bank that combines classical banking with a vision of a sustainable society. Costumers of Merkur Bank support the work of SE through the so-called Co2 account and Climate Account.