Donors and Partners

(listed in chronological order, and starting with initial donor per country)

Poland (2001–2004)

  • Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program
  • National Fund for Environment Protection and Water Management, Poland
  • Ministry of Education and Sport, Poland
  • Ministry of the Environment, Poland
  • NGOs: EkoIdea (Wroclaw); EkoOko (Warsaw); Polish Ecological Club (Krakow); Institute for Sustainable Development (Warsaw)

Hungary (2002–­­2004)

  • Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program
  • Ministry of Education, Hungary
  • Ministry of the Environment, Hungary
  • Public Education Institute, Hungary
  • NGO: Clean Air Action Group
  • Trefort Agoston Teacher Training School
  • Hungarian National Television
  • In-kind contributions from several higher education institutes and related training centres in Budapest, Debrecen, Eger, Hajduboszormeny, Miskolc, Szeged and Szekesfehervar

Bulgaria (2002–2004 and 2011–2012)

  • Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program 
  • Ministry of the Environment, Bulgaria 
  • Toyota Motor Bulgaria 
  • Mitsubishi Foundation
  • TITAN Ltd.
  • Municipality of Dobrich
  • Ministry of Education, Bulgaria (2010–2012)
  • Ministry of the Environment and Water, Bulgaria
  • NGOs: Borrowed Nature; Eco-Oko; Earth for Ever; Open Education Center

Czech Republic (2003–2005)

  • Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program
  • Municipality of Prague
  • Toyota Motor Czech Republic
  • SEVEn Energy Efficiency Center
  • Ministry of the Environment, Czech Republic
  • NGOs: The Rychory Centre of Environmental Education and Ethics (SEVER); Charles University Environment Centre

Slovakia (2003–2005)

  • Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program
  • National Fund for Environment Protection, Slovakia
  • Ministry of the Environment, Slovakia
  • Spirala (coalition of seven NGOs)

Russia (2004–2010)

  • Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program 
  • Ministry of the Environment, Finland 
  • Ministry of the Environment, Norway
  • Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
  • Toyota Motor Russia 
  • Committee for Nature Use, Environmental Protection and Ecological Safety, St. Petersburg 
  • Ministry of Education of the Moscow Region 
  • NGO: Eco-Accord 
  • Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Protection, Komi Republic
  • Institute for Educational Development and Teacher Training, Komi Republic

Albania (2004–2006, followed by several follow-up activities)

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands
  • Ministry of Education and Sport, Albania
  • Ministry of the Environment, Albania
  • Italian Trust Fund (ITF), Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea, Italy, Department for Environmental Research and Development
  • National Institute for Educational Development, Albania
  • Embassy of Spain
  • Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Embassy of France
  • KulturKontakt Austria
  • Cooperazione per lo Sviluppo dei Paesi Emergenti (COSPE)
  • Mother Teresa Tirana International Airport

Azerbaijan (2005–2007, and 2014)

  • Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) 
  • British Petroleum (BTC-SCP)
  • NGO: The Association for Sustainable Development  
  • MAK Consultancy, Baku
  • Heidar Alijev Foundation, Azerbaijan
  • International Dialogue for Environmental Action (IDEA), Azerbaijan

Turkey (2005–2009)

  • European Commission LIFE Third Countries Programme 
  • Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea, Italy
  • BOSCH Home Appliances
  • Ministry of Education, Turkey 
  • Ministry of the Environment, Turkey  
  • NGOs: KAD, DD

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (2006–2008)

  • Austrian Development Agency
  • Ministry of Education, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 
  • Ministry of the Environment, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Bosnia and Herzegovina (2007–2010)

  • Ministry of Development Cooperation, the Netherlands 

Serbia (2007–2010, and 2011)

  • Ministry of Development Cooperation, the Netherlands 
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Kosovo* (2007–2010, and 2011)

  • Ministry of Development Cooperation, the Netherlands 
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Montenegro (2007–2010, and 2011…)

  • Ministry of Development Cooperation, the Netherlands 
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, in cooperation with the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) (2009–2013)

  • Chevron
  • United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
  • Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Astana
  • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
  • Global Environment Facility (GEF) Small Grants Programme
  • German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ)
  • Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Germany
  • Coca-Cola
  • Goethe Institute, Almaty

Ukraine (2010–2012)

  • Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Kiev

Donors supporting Green Pack Junior projects:

  • Toyota Motor Europe – generic product
  • Austrian Development Agency (Green Pack Junior Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
  • The Mitsubishi Foundation and TITAN Ltd. (Green Pack Junior Bulgaria)
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund (Green Pack Junior Montenegro and Kosovo*)
  • Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Kiev (Green Pack Junior Ukraine)