Support for projects of public interest in Central and West Africa and empowerment of local leaders.
Benin, Burundi, DR Congo, Senegal and Togo benefit from priority support of the King Baudouin Foundation. We support projects that aim to have a social impact and favour economic self-sufficiency, while also taking account of global warming. We support the local leaders in civil society (individuals, organisations and social enterprises) and we encourage knowledge sharing among them. And in order to increase our impact, we work with other partners and philanthropic organisations, including KBFUS and KBF CANADA.
- we support individuals, organisations and businesses that wish to contribute to improving the living conditions of people in Africa
- we provide financial and/or technical aid to organisations and leaders in civil society for their development projects or general functioning
- we allocate loans and bank guarantees to actors in civil society. Further information is available in our sub-programme Businesses for development
- and we promote good practices and networking between the actors of civil society.
VillageFXB program helps the world's poorest families to regain their dignity with sustainable results
Sustainable coffee in Burundi
To support coffee farmers gathered in cooperatives, to transform their economic activity into an engine for sustainable local development.
Willy Wynants (Fund)
Support vulnerable children in Africa through medical assistance, self-reliance and blood supply in life-threatening situations, and through proper care for orphans.
Van der Poorten - Vermeiren (Fund)
Support for projects led by organisations that act during humanitarian emergencies in the world or fight deadly diseases in Asia, Africa, Central and South America.
Opéra Terre d'Orage (Fund)
Creation of a permanent training centre, in Kinshasa (DR Congo), for musicians, particularly opera singers, and the production of operas involving local organisations and citizen…