We have over 250 Boston-based International Development organizations.
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Barakat is dedicated to providing exemplary basic education in Afghanistan and Pakistan that advances literacy and increases access to secondary education, particularly for girl...
Belmont Religious Council
The Belmont Religious Council is the interfaith council for the town of Belmont, Massachusetts. Membership is open to any faith community located in Belmont.
Bikes Not Bombs
Bikes Not Bombs is a non-profit organization working for alternative transportation and community development.
Boston Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers
The Boston Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (BARPCV) is a non-profit organization established in 1978. We are about 600 members concentrated in Massachusetts and southern Ne...
Boston Center for Refugee Health & Human Rights
Our Mission is to provide holistic health care coordinated with social services and legal aid for asylum seekers, refugees, survivors of torture, and their families.
Boston Fair Trade Coalition
Our Mission is to grow a nationwide community of passionate, lifelong Fair Trade advocates.
Boston International is a non-profit organization that brings cutting-edge thinking on world affairs to Boston’s rising stars. We provide an engaging, informal atmosphere for yo...
Boston Mobilization was founded in 1977 as part of a national movement for workers rights and smart green energy. Since then we have taken leadership and support roles in a wide...
Boston Pan-African Forum
The BPAF is a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) open-membership organization that was created in 1997 in order to promote a widespread appreciation of current social, economic, political ...
Boston University Global Development Program
The GDP Center’s mission is to advance policy-oriented research for financial stability, human well-being, and environmental sustainability.
Boston University Questrom School of Business
Questrom has been a pioneer in business education for more than 100 years. Our diverse community now includes more than 2,200 undergraduates, 1,200 master’s, and PhD candidates.
Build Health International
BHI is a nonprofit that works with Partners in Health and St. Boniface Haiti Foundation to build sustainable health-care facilities in resource-constrained regions of the world.