ILGA World – The International Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans and Intersex Association is a worldwide federation of over 1,700 local and national LGBTIQ organizations dedicated to achieving equal rights for LGBTIQ people and their liberation from all discrimination. Noboprobhaat is a full voting member of ILGA.

ILGA Asia is the Asian Region of ILGA, representing more than 100 member organizations in Asia. Noboprobhaat is a member of ILGA Asia. Noboprobhaat has worked in collaboration with ILGA Asia.

COC Netherlands has been advocating the rights of lesbian women, gay men, bisexuals and transgender people (LGBT’s) from 1946 on. COC strives for the decriminalization of sexual orientation and gender identity and for equal rights, emancipation and social acceptance of LGBT’s in the Netherlands and all over the world. COC is one of the few LGBT organizations that has a special consultative status with the United Nations. Noboprobhaat has successfully completed the “UN Human Rights Mechanisms” training project with financial and technical support from COC Nederland and ILGA Asia.

OutRight Action International has worked alongside LGBTIQ activists and organizations, diplomats and policymakers, and other key partners to advance community-focused solutions to create lasting legal and social transformation. Together, OutRight combat the systemic violence, persecution and discrimination that LGBTIQ people face around the world. Noboprobhaat has implemented the project “Employment for Marginalized SOGIESC Communities” in collaboration with OutRight Action International.

USAID, which stands for the United States Agency for International Development, is a prominent American government agency that plays a vital role in advancing U.S. foreign policy objectives by providing humanitarian assistance and supporting development projects worldwide. Established in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy, USAID’s mission is to promote global stability, prosperity, and progress through various forms of aid, including financial assistance, technical expertise, and capacity-building programs.Under the “Somota” project, Naboprabhat Foundation in collaboration with USAID and Bandhu Social Welfare Society is conducting advocacy and capacity building training and awareness campaign activities for SOGIESC community with there parents , local administration, civil society and various authorities. The project aims to establish a society that is tolerant and inclusive towards the SOGIESC community.

Plan International is a prominent global nonprofit organization that focuses on advancing children’s rights and equality for girls. Founded in 1937, Plan International operates in over 75 countries and works to ensure that children, especially girls, have access to education, healthcare, protection, and opportunities that enable them to reach their full potential.In collaboration with Plan International Bangladesh and Article 19 South Asia’s “Our Voices Our Choices” project, Noboprobhaat Foundation has trained SOGIESC youth for leadership growth at the local level and conducted road plays to raise awareness among local people.

Article 19 is a UK-based international organization that focuses on defending and promoting freedom of expression and information worldwide. Article 19’s name refers to Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which enshrines the right to freedom of opinion and expression. The organization operates globally, and it has regional offices that address specific issues and challenges faced by different regions. Article 19 has a presence in Bangladesh and South Asia, where it works to uphold the principles of free expression, access to information, and the right to participate in public life. The organization’s activities in the region include advocacy, legal support, research, and capacity-building initiatives aimed at promoting a more open and democratic society. Article 19 South Asia awarded Human Rights Fellowship to Md Yasin Ali, Founder and President of Noboprobhaat Foundation.

Bandhu Social Welfare Society is a non-governmental organization based in Bangladesh that focuses on advocating for the rights and well-being of the transgender and hijra communities in the country. Established in 1996, Bandhu works to address the social, economic, and health challenges faced by transgender and hijra individuals, aiming to create a more inclusive and accepting society. Noboprobhaat Foundation works in collaboration with Bandhu Social Welfare Society under Samata Project.

Share-Net International is the Knowledge Platform on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. SNI is operational in Bangladesh, Burundi, Jordan and the Netherlands and is expanding to Colombia, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. Noboprobhaat is a proud member of Share-Net Bangladesh.

InterPride is the international organization that advances the Pride movement by coordinating with global partners that share our values. Noboprobhaat is a proud member of InterPride.

Youth Voices Count (YVC) is a regional network of young lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex individuals in Asia-Pacific working on SRHR, SOGIESC, Youth Empowerment, and Human Rights issues. Established in 2010, YVC engages in community mobilization, national, regional and global advocacy related to young people belonging to diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and sex characteristics. Noboprobhaat is a selected grantee of Youth Voices Count and Many Colored Sky’s “WATR x IGNITE 2022” project.

Many Coloured Sky is the Queer Development Agency of THREE for All Foundation, an Australian registered charity focused on community partnerships and community development initiatives that address human rights challenges for communities around the world that are especially disadvantaged by discrimination, poverty and displacement. Noboprobhaat is a selected grantee of Youth Voices Count and Many Colored Sky’s “WATR x IGNITE 2022” project.

Somota Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment of Bangladeshi queer people. Somota Foundation and Noboprobhaat are friend organizations. We have implemented the “Covid Emergency Relief” distribution project in collaboration with the Equality Foundation in the Covid situation.

Prantoz Foundation is a gender and sexual diverse community organization in Bangladesh. It is located in Khulna, Bangladesh. Prantoz Foundation works with marginalized communities in rural areas. Prantoz Foundation is our community partner organization