Our grants and donations help finance social and humanitarian projects. Find out more about some of our success stories.
Supporting access to clean water in Rajasthan
An EIB grant of EUR 3 800 is supporting a project by PADEM, a Luxemburgish NGO, to make clean and safe water available for the inhabitants of Keru, a village located in the Thar Desert in Rajasthan, India.
Helping HIV-positive women in Belgium
An EIB Institute grant of EUR 4 000 is supporting the Nyampinga project run by the Collectif des Femmes de Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), a community response to HIV-positive women facing isolation.
Ten new NGOs have received EIB Institute small grants.
Helping refugees in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, fighting social exclusion in Sri Lanka, financing visits to Belgium for children from Chernobyl to help decrease their radioactive contamination levels: these are some of the projects the EIB Institute supported in 2016 through its small grants programme.
EIB Institute supports IT training for the elderly in Croatia
In Croatia, a recent donation of ten desktop and two laptop computers from the EIB Institute is helping Udruga Za Edukaciju Gradana (UZEG) to support IT training for the elderly
On the road to survival in Aleppo
An EIB Institute grant of EUR 3 000 through Coup de Pouce is supporting the Blue Marist Brothers of Aleppo which is helping 75 youngsters to maintain and develop their skills through monthly vocational training sessions.
Fighting child prostitution in Mali
An EIB Institute grant of EUR 4 000 is helping ECPAT Luxembourg’s project to prevent and fight sexual exploitation of young street girls in Mali.
Fighting poverty in Burkina Faso
The EIB Institute is helping Frères des Hommes Luxembourg to fight against women poverty in the province of Boulgou (Burkina Faso) with the help of Association Dakupa, a local NGO
Institute donates pens and notebooks for Cambodia children
The Institute donated pens and notebooks for the 2016 summer camps organised by French NGO Pour un Sourire d’Enfant for deprived children in Cambodia
Swimming across the Strait of Gibraltar to help children in Morocco
EIB employee Lucas Carbonaro swam across the Strait of Gibraltar to raise money to support the education and health care of nearly 70 children living in the SOS Children’s Village of Imzouren (Morocco), with the support of the EIB Institute.
Eleven NGOs have received EIB Institute small grants
Using sports to integrate children and young people from families of asylum seekers in Luxembourg, fighting child abuse in Togo and helping hearing-impaired children in Italy are among the projects the EIB Institute will support in 2016 through its small grants programme
- Supporting access to clean water in Rajasthan