ALIANZA ONG (ALIANZA)

Alianza ONG is a network of Non-Profit Organizations, founded on April 27, 1995, by seven organizations: Eduardo Latorre, Fundación Dominicana de Desarrollo (FDD); Mary Pérez de Maranzini, Asociación Dominicana de Rehabilitación (ADR); Magaly Caram, Asociación Dominicana Pro-Bienestar de la Familia (PROFAMILIA); Mercedes de Canalda, Asociación Dominicana para el Desarrollo de la Mujer (ADOPEM-ONG); Rosa Tavares, Liga Dominicana Contra el Cáncer (LDCC); Rosa Rita Álvarez, Mujeres en Desarrollo Dominicana (MUDE); David Luther, Instituto Dominicano de Desarrollo Integral (IDDI) y Horacio Ornes, Fundación para el Desarrollo Comunitario (FUDECO-Save the Children). It is constituted by twenty-five well known organizations in the Dominican Republic. Today it has 35 member organizations within the network.

General Information

  • Legal Name: ALIANZA ONG
  • Acronym: ALIANZA
  • Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
  • RNC/Tax ID No: 4-01-50499-5
  • Geographic Areas: Distrito Nacional
  • Theme Areas: Corporate Social Responsibility, Education, Other ()
  • Quantity and Type of Beneficiaries:

The Team

Management Team:

Addys Then Marte
Executive Director
athen@alianzaong.org.do
Twitter: @addysthen

Wendy Vizcaino
Financial Manager
wvizcaino@alianzaong.org.do

Severin Carminati
Program Officer
scarminati@alianzaong.org.do

Angélica Pérez
Information Officer
aperez@alianzaong.org.do

Rafael Dipré
Project Coordinator of UE-CARIFORUM
rdipre@alianzaong.org.do

Adrian Roa
Project Technician
aroa@alianzaong.org.do

Jenniffer Encarnación
Administrative Assistant
administracion@alianzaong.org.do

Nicole Herrera
Program Assistant
asistencia@alianzaong.org.do
José Luis Hernández

José Luis Hernández
Legal Advisor
jhernandez@alianzaong.org.do

Board Members:

2017-2019 Term:

Regla Brito de Vargas, President
Fundación APEC de Crédito Educativo (FUNDAPEC)

Cesarina Fabián, Vice President
Hábitat para la Humanidad República Dominicana

José Francisco Aguasvivas, Secretary
Asociación para el Desarrollo de San José de Ocoa (ADESJO)

Mercedes Canalda de Beras Goico, Treasurer
Asociación Dominicana para el Desarrollo de la Mujer (ADOPEM)

Alba Rodríguez, Member at Large
Fundación para el Desarrollo Comunitario (FUDECO- Save the Children)

Victor Pou, Member at Large
Instituto Dermatológico Dominicano y Cirugía de Piel Dr. Huberto Bogaert Díaz (IDCP)

Rosalía Álvarez, Member at Large
Patronato Nacional de Ciegos (PNC)

Martha Rosario, Member at Large
Liga Dominicana Contra el Cáncer (LDCC)

Celinet Germán, Member at Large
Sociedad San Vicente de Paul

Contact Information

  • Telephone: (809) 221-9192
  • Email: asistencia@alianzaong.org.do
  • Address:

    Calle Caonabo 22, Gazcue Santo Domingo Dominican Republic, República Dominicana

  • Website: http://www.alianzaong.org.do
  • Social Networks: Facebook | Twitter

Contact Person

  • Name: Addys Then
  • Position: Executive Director
  • Telephone: 809 221-9192
  • Email: athen@alianzaong.org.do

Operation

  • Type of Organization: Non-Profit Organization
  • International Affiliations:
  • Years of Operation: Since 1995
  • Number of Employees: 8
  • Number of Members: 35
  • Number of Volunteers:
  • Sources of Funding:

    State
    Membership Dues
    Local and International Donors

  • Products/Services:

    PRODUCTS: Various catalogues and informational materials, including:

    - Resumen Ejecutivo Informe de Seguimiento de la Agenda 2030 en República Dominicana
    - Catálogo de Oportunidades de Voluntariado en OSC en República Dominicana
    - Estudio a 10 años de la ley 122-05
    - Guía de Promoción de Iniciativas de Voluntariado
    - Estudio de Necesidades de Capacitación en las Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil Dominicana
    - Cuarto Informe de Rendición de Cuentas de OSC de la República Dominicana
    - Manual para planes de Comunicación Institucional
    -Guía práctica de Asociaciones Sin Fines de Lucro (ASFL)
    - Código de Conducta de ASFL Dominicanas

    SERVICES: Alianza ONG offers a series of services for organizations wanting to comply with Law 122-05, including:

    - Incorporation of non-profit organizations
    - Establishment of foreign non-profit organizations in the country
    - Consulting on the procedures for qualification in governmental sectors

  • Total Income: RD$16,477,064 (2017); RD$15,678,592 (2016)
  • Total Expenses: RD$13,495,987 (2017); RD$12,904,148 (2016)

Mission/Vision

Mission:

To contibute to the sustainable development of the Dominican Republic by promoting, coordinating, and orienting the role and contributions of Non Profit Associations.

Vision:

To be the essential reference point for Non Profit Associations.

Values:

Solidarity

Collaboration

Respect

Independence

Leadership

Transparency

Institution Building

Professionalism

Primary Programs and Projects

We stimulate policies for the promotion of Non Profit Associations. We provide space for joint action between the public and private sectors which permits the building of common and participatory agendas aimed at development.

Bases of Work:

1. Strengthening the sustainability of the Non Profit Sector.
— Action to promote transparency and accountability
– Fourth Report on Accountability of Civil Society Organizations of the Dominican Republic
– Workshops on Transparency, Accountability and Drafting of Reports for NGOs
– Global Standard Project for Accountability of Civil Society Organizations
– International Forum on Transparency and Accountability of Dominican Civil Society Organizations
– Capacity Building Project for Efficient Civil Society Organizations
– Events T4G Tecnology for Good: “Take your NGO to the Cloud”
– Project “Support to Facilitate the Participation of Civil Society of CARIFORUM-República Dominicana in the Process of Regional Development and Integration
– seminar on Dominican Civil Society in the Context of Caribbean Integration

2. Creation of Synergies in the Non Profit sector

– Project Local Capacity Initiative
– Project Promotion of Civic Values in the School Environment , through Service Learning
– Catalog of Volunteer Opportunities in Civil Society Organizations in the Dominican Republic
– 15° National Volunteer Fair
– National and International Volunteer Day 2016
– Fondo Impulsar

3. To Construct inter-sector alliances.

– Get-together Presentation on the Successes and Challenges of Law 122-05
– Dominican Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
– Membership in Networks and National and International forum

4. To Consolidate the Leadership and Represention of Alianza ONG
– Convention on Collaboration with Fundación Reservas del País
– Three new organizations join our network: Eclof Dominicana, Society For Family Health República Dominicana (PSI), Patronato de Lucha contra la Diabetes de Santiago, Inc., Red

Expert Comments

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  • It is an institution that has managed to last for more than twenty years, maintaining itself as the principal entity for bringing together the most im . . .portant non profit institutions in the country.
    They play an important role in advocating for compliance with the laws which impact civil society.
    They encourage an articulation of OSC with respect to matters of interest for the development of the Dominican nation.
  • This is the nucleus organization of different organizations in the Dominican Republic. They work with various development areas.
    They are linked . . .in the international agenda with the follow up of the Millenium Goals and the development agenda post 2015.
  • Alianza ONG joins prestigious non-governmental entities so that they may present themselves in a united manner before the Dominican government.

More Expert Comments

  • Alianza ONG has a great ability to bring institutions together.
    They have the capacity of drafting documents to improve the work of civil society.
  • Their ability to bring together various organizations with different objectives.
  • It provides NGOs with technical training regarding the strengthening of their institutions and procedures.

More Expert Comments

  • It could be expanded to include even more NGOs.
    Alianza ONG should improve its communications so that the public knows more about its important work.

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