Support for philanthropists wishing to get involved with projects of public interest in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Strengthening actors in Latin America and the Caribbean in key sectors such as health, training and the economy is something that the King Baudouin Foundation contributes to, thanks to the involvement of philanthropists and donors. We support local actors, individuals and organisations that contribute to the development of their country. 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 Latin America and the Caribbean
- we support individuals and local organisations
- and we allocate loans and bank guarantees to actors in civil society. You can find further information in our sub-programme Businesses for development.
Motivate/train the next generation of cloud programmers through support for their social-emotional and technical skills so that anyone can get started as a programmer.
Fundación Ulrich Gurtner Kappeler, Responsabilité social empresarial de la FEDECOCAGUA, R.L.
Monitoring of 3 World Coffee experimental plots to test responses of coffee tree varieties to local soil and climate conditions for coffee producers and agronomists.
Boosting learning thanks to appropriate furniture, computers, tablets, an IT room, appropriate temperatures and lighting, a vegetable garden and composters.
Instituto Terra (Fund)
Fostering sustainable development through environmental restoration programs and reforestation in Brazil, and supporting education and training programmes.
Friends of the Belgian-Colombian Children's Work (Fund)
Support the protection and education of vulnerable Colombian children and adolescents.
Santo Tomás (Friends of Fund)
Philanthropists are strengthening the bonds of friendship between the people of Mol and of Nicaragua's Santo Tomás with projects that encourage the self-development of local peop…