Antigua & Barbuda

Total Fresh Produce Cooperative

Johnson’s Point
St. Mary’s
Antigua and Barbuda

(268) 770 9871 (T)
(268) 464 5075 (C)

samoth32@yahoo.com

Volunteers United

Volunteers United is committed to capacity building and resource mobilization within civil society; better enabling NGOs to foster greater social change across their respective areas of focus.

Valley Road
Golden Grove Village
St. John’s
Antigua and Barbuda

(268) 775 5757 (T)

vuantiguabarbuda@gmail.com
http://www.volunteersunited.org/

Barbados

Afrika Hall

Afrika Hall is dedicated to advancing the rights of Rastafarians and the promotion of a sustainable lifestyle. The organisation actively advocates against discrimination of any kind in society.

1st Avenue
Jackson
St. Michael
Barbados

(246) 424 9849 (T/F)
(246) 260 5632 (C)

bongospear@yahoo.com

Barbados Association of NGOs (BANGO)

BANGO was established in 1997 after three years of work leading up to its establishment. It was essentially established to deliver critical services to Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and offer technical and other support to facilitate the work of CSOs.

10 The Garrison
St. Michael
Barbados

(246) 228 4048 (T)

pcw_office@caribsurf.com
admin@bango.org.bb
http://www.bango.org.bb/

Hope Foundation

The primary objective of Hope Foundation is to bring hope to the chronically ill, their relatives and friends, through the dissemination of information and the establishment of strong support mechanisms, to improve the quality of life of those who are affected.

#24 George Street
St. Michael
Barbados
(246) 437 8781 (T)
(246) 256 8782 (F)

hope@caribsurf.com
http://web.hopefoundbarbados.org.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/

Pinelands Creative Workshop (PCW)

The Pinelands Creative Workshop, registered Charity #212, was formed in February 1978. It represents the cultural aspects of the Pinelands community in Barbados. The PCW is dedicated to maintaining dialogue, especially in terms of poverty, capacity development, economic development, and community integration. The PCW has a long history of being involved with various sectors of society, particularly the cultural, social and economic sectors, in the hope of combating poverty and increasing the quality of life for those facing various vulnerabilities.

Wildey Great House
Rock Close
St. Michael
Barbados

(246) 430 0551 (T)
(246) 256 6212 (C)

grantrodneyceo@gmail.com
https://www.pinelandscreativeworkshop.org/

Variety the Children’s Charity of Barbados

The mission of the organisation is to be the most effective, responsive and sustainable children’s charity that we can be, committed to supporting the children of Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, especially those who are sick, physically or mentally challenged, through the improvement of the care given to them and the quality of their lives in general.

Plantation Complex
Harmony Hall
St. Lawrence Main Road
Christ Church
Barbados

(246) 428 9258 (T/F)
(246) 266 9258 (C)

donnah@varietybarbados.org
http://www.varietybarbados.org/

Dominica

Dominica National Council of Women (DNCW)

The Dominica National Council of Women was established in 1986. It seeks to advance the cause of women and ensure the integration of women in all aspects of society.

30 King V Street
Roseau
Dominica

(767) 448 3935/ 448 7546 (T)

vanyamarthadavid@gmail.com

Grenada

Grenada National Organization of Women (GNOW)

The Grenada National Organisation of Women (GNOW), founded in 1995, is a bipartisan non-governmental entity that aims to advocate for and improve gender rights for Grenadian citizens. Although the organization primarily focuses on women’s issues, such as sexual violence and employment parity, it also advocates for the rights of children, men, and members of the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and trans-gender (LGBT) community.

Room 6
Grencoda Resource Complex
St. John’s Street
St. George’s
Grenada

(473) 440 6257 (T)
(473) 440 6257 (F)

gnow_grenada@hotmail.com
https://www.gnowgrenada.net/

Inter-Agency Group of Development Organisations (IAGDO)

The Inter Agency Group of Development Organisations (IAGDO) was created in 1988 with the objective of facilitating a collaborative and united approach to national development issues. There are seven members of the IAGDO.
c/o Agency for Rural Transformation

Marrast Hill
St. George’s
Grenada

(473) 440 3440 (T)
(473) 440 9882 (F)

iagdognd2013@gmail.com

Guyana

Women Across Differences (WAD)

The main areas of work are: an empowerment programme for adolescent mothers, gender training development, community development through outreach programmes, and disaster preparedness and climate change.

34 Anira Street
Queenstown
Georgetown
Guyana

(592) 227 3974 (T)

womenacrossdifferences@gmail.com

Jamaica

Association of Development Agencies (ADA)

The Association of Development Agencies (ADA) is a grouping of non-governmental development agencies working in Jamaica. ADA exists to promote sustainable development and social change and creating a framework for debate, policy, advocacy and analysis of global and macro social and economic issues.
12 Easton Avenue

Kingston 5
Jamaica

(876) 927 8568 (T)
(876) 927 4580 (F)

ada9274580@yahoo.com
http://www.dogoodjamaica.org/organizations/association_of_development_agencies

Kevoy Community Development Institute (KCDI)

Kevoy Community Development Institute (KCDI) Jamaica, is a registered non-profit organization with headquarters in Jamaica. KCDI is committed to the empowerment or urban and rural Caribbean people in the areas underpinned by their four pillars: Environmental Security, Climate Change, Food Security and The Rights of the Child.

Frazers Content
Spanish Town
St. Catherine
Jamaica

(876) 792 4196 (T)
(876) 373 5860 (F)

kevoy1@yahoo.com
http://kcdijamaica.weebly.com/

St. Lucia

Organization for Protection of Natural and Cultural Heritage

(758) 452 3182 (T)
(758) 285 4762(C)

braneric@hotmail.com

Suriname

Forum NGO’s

The Bureau works with bilateral and multilateral donors to administer funds to NGOs, particularly in the provision of development aid for productive sectors. The organization works with rural and indigenous communities.

Arronstraat 126
Paramaribo
Suriname

(597) 422 610/475 992 (T)
(597) 477 696 (F)

sheila_ketwaru@hotmail.com
forumngo@sr.net

Trinidad and Tobago

Caribbean Network For Integrated Rural Development (CNIRD)

The Caribbean Network for Integrated Rural Development [CNIRD] focuses on networking with national and sub-regional intermediaries based in the Caribbean region, with the objective of achieving integrated rural development. CNIRD was therefore established with a view to help promote and advance the process of rural transformation in the Caribbean, especially as regards youth and women.

3 St. John’s Road
Tunapuna
Trinidad and Tobago

(868) 221 8497 (T)
(868) 221 8497 (F)

mohamedmarissa@gmail.com
http://cnirdregional.org/

Network Of NGOs of Trinidad & Tobago For The Advancement Of Women (T&T NETWORK)

The Network is a national body advocating for change and fostering of participatory processes to help women build a better life for themselves.

Professional Center
Unit 105/106
11-13 Fitz Blackman Drive
Woodbrook
Trinidad

(868) 627 4807 (T/F)
(868) 686 7710 (C)

networkngo@mail.tt
http://www.networkngott.org/