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July 2017
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Fish drying in the sun where there are no buyers and no storage facilities. This often leads to high post-harvest losses and low prices.
July 2017
Protecting marine resources by scaling up sustainable businesses, Northern Kenya, 2017-2021
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Tailoring Trainees, Sierra Leone
July 2017
Sustainable livelihood for 150 unemployed youth in Bo City, Sierra Leone, 2017
Tools for Self Reliance is a British organisation whose purpose is to increase employment in Africa by... more

Quality improvement and continuation vocational education, Cameroon
July 2017
Quality improvement and continuation vocational education, Cameroon, 2017-2019
The Dutch foundation Babungo has been committed to improving health care and education in the Babungo... more

Consolidating twenty Family Farm Schools, Cameroon
July 2017
Consolidating twenty Family Farm Schools, Cameroon, 2017-2018
The French development organisation Institut Européen de Coopération et de Développement (IECD) was established in... more

Illegal tree cutting in the Equateur province, D.R. Congo
July 2017
Community forestry in the Equateur province, DR Congo, 2017-2017
Greenpeace is an international campaigning organisation deeply committed to forest protection. Greenpeace is... more

Good education for all, Plateau of South Kivu, D.R. Congo
July 2017
Good education for all, South Kivu plateau region, D.R. Congo, 2017-2019
Children in Crisis (CIC) is a British NGO aiming to give children in some of the world's poorest countries... more

Protecting and restoring nature around water sources, Cameroon
July 2017
Protecting and restoring nature around water sources, Cameroon, 2017-2019
LiveBuild was founded in 2007 and has been working for years with local organisations and communities on... more

Vocational and entrepreneurial training, Monrovia, Liberia
July 2017
Vocational and entrepreneurial training, Monrovia, Liberia 2017-2018
Y Care is the international arm of the youth organisation YMCA. This foundation has been working in Liberia for... more

Trees for the Sahel, Regreening North Burkina Faso 2015-2018
July 2017
Trees for the Sahel, Regreening North Burkina Faso 2017-2018
Tiipaalga was founded in 2006 by the Swiss organisation newTree and is its local partner in Burkina Faso,. The... more

International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)
July 2017
IDFA, International Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam, 2017
The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) is the world's most important documentary festival. From... more

April 2017
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Quality Education with local co-investment in North West Region of Cameroon
April 2017
Quality Education with local co-investment, North West Region, Cameroon, 2017-2019
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Participatory and game based teaching practice for 3,360 children, Burkina Faso
April 2017
Participatory and game based teaching practice for 3,360 children, Burkina Faso, 2017-2018
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Betere doorstroom na basisonderwijs voor kinderen in 22 dorpen, Niger
April 2017
Betere doorstroom na basisonderwijs voor kinderen in 22 dorpen, Niger, 2017-2019
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

'Van Gogh & Japan', Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 2018
April 2017
'Van Gogh & Japan', Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 2018
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Neo Rauch, Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle, 2018
April 2017
Main Supporter 'Neo Rauch', Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle, 2018
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Ferdinand Bol, Hagar en de Engel, olieverf op doek, ca. 1650, National Museum, Gdansk, Polen
April 2017
'Ferdinand Bol: Het Huis, De Collectie, De Kunstenaar', Museum van loon, Amsterdam, 2017-2018
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht
April 2017
Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht, 2017
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Wonderfeel 2017, 's Graveland
April 2017
Wonderfeel 2017, 's Graveland, 2017
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Pieter Roelf Youth Concert, North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, 2014
April 2017
Pieter Roelf Youth Concerts, North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, 2017
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Winners of the Eighth Turing Poetry Competition, 1 feb 2017
April 2017
The Ninth Turing Poetry Contest 2017-2018
The Turing Poetry Competition is the only Dutch-language poetry contest open to everyone and that is about a poem, not a poet. Previous... more

Regreening the Sahel, Dogonkiria en Soucoucoutane, Niger
April 2017
Regreening the Sahel, Dogonkiria en Soucoucoutane, Niger, 2017
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

Urban Beekeeping: Bijenkasten op het dak van Witte de With in Rotterdam
April 2017
Urban Beekeeping: Bijenkasten op het dak van Witte de With in Rotterdam, 2017
Our apologies, the text for this project has not yet been translated into English ... more

The pristine forests of Papua, Indonesia
April 2017
Asmat Coastal Wetland, Papua, Indonesië, 2017-2018
Coastal Wetland Asmat, Papua, Indonesia, 2015-2018 WWF Netherlands is part of the WWF, the world's largest and most well-known... more

Conserving the biodiversity of the Cacheu Mangroves Natural Park, Guinea-Bissau
April 2017
Conserving the biodiversity of the Cacheu Mangroves Natural Park, Guinea-Bissau, 2017-2018
Wetlands International is the global not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the... more

Dr. L. Adams / National Hansen's Disease Programs: Translation of Mycobacterium Leprae molecular viability assays (MVA) to the clinical setting and application of MVA to a chemoprophylaxis-of-contacts-model, 2015-2018
April 2017
Translation of Mycobacterium Leprae molecular viability assays (MVA) to the clinical setting and application of MVA to a chemoprophylaxis-of-contacts-model, 2017-2018
The recently developed molecular viability test... more

Vocational training for 250 young people, Kono district, Sierra Leone, 2016-2018
April 2017
Vocational training for 250 young people, Kono district, Sierra Leone, 2017-2018
Chistian Aid has been working in Sierra Leone for more than 20 years with a local team of 24 people... more

Vocational training center for women, Parakou, Benin
April 2017
Self-sufficient Vocational Training Center for women, Parakou, Benin, 2017-2019
The Belgian Hubi & Vinciane Foundation supports regional development in the city of Parakou (central... more

Greening the Green Wall Initiative, Burkina Faso
April 2017
Greening the Green Wall Initiative, Burkina Faso, 2017
The focus of most of the work of the Netherlands Society for the Protection of Birds (VBN) is in the Netherlands and in... more

Scaling up capabilities for Effective rehabilitation and conservation of mangroves, Philippines
April 2017
Scaling up capabilities for Effective rehabilitation and conservation of mangroves, Philippines, 2017-2018
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) connects science, nature... more

Bluefin Tuna
April 2017
Bringing back Bluefin tuna to the North Sea, the Netherlands, 2017
WNF-Nederland is part of the WWF, the world's largest and most well known nature conservation organisation,... more

January 2017
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Oranjewoud Festival 2017
January 2017
Oranjewoud Festival, Heerenveen, 2017
Since 2012 a music festival has been organised on the Oranjewoud estate in Heerenveen: the Oranjewoud Festival. This festival wants to use... more

International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht
January 2017
International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, 2017
The International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht (IKFU) includes a total of nearly 50 concerts and activities, held in over 20... more

Festival Classique
January 2017
Festival Classique, The Hague, 2017
Festival Classique is an annual music festival in The Hague that presents classical music in an accessible way to a wide audience. The festival's... more

Sustainable living for young people in agriculture, Liberia
January 2017
Sustainable living for young people in agriculture, Liberia, 2017-2019
Action Aid The Netherlands and Action Aid Liberia (AAL) want a world without poverty and injustice, and help... more

Strengthening the 'sandwich' educational method in rural Cameroon
January 2017
Strengthening the 'sandwich' educational method in rural Cameroon, 2017-2019
DISOP Cameroon is formalising the sandwich method of teaching in Cameroon. This involves alternating two... more

Teacher training at six primary schools, Guinée
January 2017
Teacher training at six primary schools, Guinea, 2017
School-to-School International's Whole Child Model provides teaching, as well as health (food and hygiene), and stimulating an... more

Leprosy in the spleen
January 2017
Donation to the leprosy research department of Netherlands Leprosy Relief, 2016-2017
For many years the Turing Foundation has cofinanced projects to combat leprosy with the... more

Identification of leprosy associated immune signatures that aid as early signals for determination of type I and type II reactions in leprosy, Karigiri, India, 2016-2019
January 2017
Identification of leprosy associated immune signatures that aid as early signals for determination of type I and type II reactions in leprosy, Karigiri, India, 2017-2019
Early recognition and treatment of leprosy... more

Randomised controlled trials of methotrexate in Erythema Nodosum Leprosum
January 2017
Randomised controlled trials of methotrexate in Erythema Nodosum Leprosum, 2017-2019
Erythema Nodosum Leprosum (ENL) is a serious and very painful leprosy complication. It is often... more

Comparative sequencing analysis of genes associated with susceptibility to leprosy and its reactive states
January 2017
Comparative sequencing analysis of genes associated with susceptibility to leprosy and its reactive states, 2017
Developing leprosy is highly dependent on the host's genetic risk... more

Biomarkers for early detection of leprosy using comparative transcriptomics
January 2017
Biomarkers for early detection of leprosy using comparative transcriptomics, 2017
Leprosy is usually only diagnosed at a late stage. Diagnosis is based mainly on the presence of... more

Taking blood samples for the IDEAL biobank
January 2017
INDIGO, field evaluation of novel immunodiagnostic tools for early detection of leprosy in a BCG vaccination field trial amongst contacts of leprosy patients, 2017-2018
The IDEAL consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic... more

IDRI: Integration of rapid diagnostic tests to facilitate earlier diagnosis and simplified case management of Leprosy, 2015-2017
January 2017
IDRI: Integration of rapid diagnostic tests to facilitate earlier diagnosis and simplified case management of Leprosy, 2017
The Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI) does... more

'Active learning and teaching' at twelve primary schools and three teacher training colleges, Kinshasa
January 2017
'Active learning and teaching' at twelve primary schools and three teacher training colleges, Kinshasa, D.R. Congo, 2017-2018
Edukans is a Dutch development organisation dedicated... more

Education programme in the district of Tahoua, Niger
January 2017
Education programme, Tahoua district, Niger, 2017
Concern International is a humanitarian organisation with international offices in Ireland, Great Britain and the US and local... more

'Good schools, safe schools', Walungu, D.R. Congo
January 2017
'Good schools, safe schools', Walungu, D.R. Congo, 2017
War Child aims to make a positive and lasting change to the lives of children and young people in conflict zones by promoting... more

October 2016
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Sustainable fishing, Madagascar
October 2016
Establishing protected marine areas with local communities, Madagascar, 2017-2019
Blue Ventures works with local communities to find ways to protect marine biodiversity which at the... more

Georgio Morandi and Bologna, Museum Belvedere
October 2016
Main supporter Georgio Morandi and Bologna, Museum Belvédère, 2018
In 2018 Museum Belvédère is devoting an exhibition to the Italian painter Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964). The... more

Portret van Tristan Tzara - Tihanyi, Lajos - oil on canvas 1927
October 2016
Fauvism to Surrealism. Jewish avant-garde art from Hungary, Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam, 2017
In 2017 the Jewish Historical Museum is organising an exhibition on the work of... more

Berger de Nuages (Cloud Shepherd), Jean Arp, 1953
October 2016
'Jean Arp - The Poetry of Forms', Kröller-Müller Museum, 2017
Jean Arp (1886-1966) was a Franco-German sculptor, painter and poet, as well as being an influential artist... more

A Dog's Heart, April 2017, Amsterdam
October 2016
The Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam, 2017-2019
The Dutch National Opera & Ballet is renowned for its varied programming of both classical and modern operas and the... more

Turning East - de Grote Sterren uit het Midden-Oosten in het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
October 2016
Turning East - The Great Stars from the Middle East in the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 2017
With the festival Turning East, the Concertgebouw is turning its attention to new audiences... more

World Minimal Music Festival, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam
October 2016
Fifth World Minimal Music Festival, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, 2017
Minimal Music is a genre in modern music which has been growing since the 1970s. In 2017 Muziekgebouw aan... more

Tijdschrift Terras
October 2016
Terras Magazine, 2017-2019
Terras is a magazine for international literature with a varied range of articles in the fields of poetry, literary texts, essays, film, photos and blog... more

Vocational skills development and income generation for youth, Sierra Leone
October 2016
Vocational skills development and income generation for youth, Sierra Leone, 2016-2018
Action on Poverty (APT) is a British NGO that aims to create employment for disadvantaged... more

Strengthening three vocational training facilities, Sierra Leone
October 2016
Strengthening of three vocational education institutions, Sierra Leone, 2016-2018
Since 1987 the Dutch organisation Tools to Work has been providing vocational education... more

Eye Attack, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, 2017
October 2016
Eye Attack, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, 2017
The Stedelijk Museum Schiedam has had the special opportunity to take over the exhibition Eye Attack - Op Art and kinetic art from the... more

Teacher Training Language Skills, january 2015
October 2016
Teacher Training - Meaningful Language Skills, Dogon area, Mali, 2016-2019
A consortium of motivated organisations, including Stichting Bloemendaal-Dogon (SBD), provides assistance... more

Fries Museum - Alma Tadema - Winnaar van de Vierde Turing Toekenning I, 21 mei 2015
October 2016
The Fifth Turing Art Award, 2017
One of the objectives of the Turing Foundation is to get more people to enjoy art in Dutch museums. For this purpose, the Turing Foundation launched... more

Technical vocational training in Leo and Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, 2014-2016
October 2016
Technical vocational training in Leo and Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, 2016
Woord and Daad has been working in Burkina Faso with the local development organisation CREDO for many... more

Girl-friendly school EAF, Guinée, 2014-2017
October 2016
Girl-friendly school EAF, Guinée, 2016-2017
The French education organisation Aide et Action is a major international player aiming to improve access to and quality of education in... more

Accelerated primary education, Fizi district, South Kivu, D.R. Congo
October 2016
Accelerated primary education, Fizi district, South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2016-2017
ZOA supports people who suffer because of armed conflict or natural disasters, in helping them to... more

Villagers planting trees in Mopti region, Mali
October 2016
Regreening projects, Mopti to Segou, Mali, 2016-2018
Tree Aid helps villagers in arid areas in Africa unlock the potential of trees to combat poverty and protect nature. Together... more

A proud graduate receives her graduation certificate, Liberia, 2013
October 2016
Vocational Training for rural communities, River Cess, Liberia, 2016
Children in Crisis is an English NGO that sets up educational projects in conflict affected countries like D.R.... more

Vocational & literacy training for 400 urban youth, Monrovia, Liberia
October 2016
Vocational & literacy training for 400 urban youth, Monrovia, Liberia, 2016-2017
ZOA has been working in Liberia since 2003 to increase the local population's self-reliance in... more

A young baker in front of her oven
October 2016
Improving educational quality for young apprentices, Haho district, Togo, 2016-2017
BØRNEFonden (BF) has many years of experience in getting more young people into work in West... more

Girls in front of the new Junior Secondary School, constructed with the support of ActionAid. Kono District, Sierra Leone
October 2016
Enhancing Quality Education in three rural primary schools, Kono district, Sierra Leone, 2016
Action Aid is an international development organisation that aims to improve access to... more

Cham-Pa, saved from smugglers, Laos
October 2016
Expansion of the Bear Sanctuary, Laos, 2017
Free The Bears Laos rescues bears in Laos, mostly from smugglers who try to sell the bears' bile for large sums of money. The Turing... more

July 2016
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Protecting and restoring nature around water sources, Cameroon
July 2016
Protecting and restoring nature around water sources, Cameroon, 2016
LiveBuild was founded in 2007 and has been working for years with local organisations and communities on... more

Good education for all, Plateau of South Kivu, D.R. Congo
July 2016
Good education for all, South Kivu plateau region, D.R. Congo, 2016
Children in Crisis (CIC) is a British NGO aiming to give children in some of the world's poorest countries... more

Illegal tree cutting in the Equateur province, D.R. Congo
July 2016
Community forestry in the Equateur province, DR Congo, 2016
Greenpeace is an international campaigning organisation deeply committed to forest protection. Greenpeace is campaigning... more

Flinck, De verstoting van Hagar en Ismaël, ca. 1640-42
July 2016
Govert Flinck and Ferdinand Bol, Amsterdam Museum and the Rembrandt House Museum, 2017-2018
The Rembrandt House Museum and the Amsterdam Museum are organising the first ever major... more

Hans Holbein de jonge, Portret van Richard
July 2016
The Renaissance in Northern Italy, Rijksmuseum Twenthe, 2017
Rijksmuseum Twenthe plans to organise an exhibition on the Renaissance's Golden Age: from the 'Cinquecento' (ca. 1500 to... more

Pieter Claesz, Still Life with Tazza, 1636
July 2016
Slow Food: Still Lives from the Dutch Golden Age, Mauritshuis, The Hague, 2017
The Mauritshuis is working on an exhibition on still lives with made tables from the Dutch Golden... more

Winners of the Eighth Turing Poetry Competition, 1 feb 2017
July 2016
The Eighth Turing Poetry Contest 2016-2017
The Turing Poetry Competition is the only Dutch-language poetry contest open to everyone and that is about a poem, not a poet. Previous... more

Anish Kapoor, Dismemberment, Site 1 -  Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park, Kaipara Harbour, New Zealand
July 2016
Gardens of Wonder, NTR Dutch public-service broadcaster, 2016-2017
'Gardens of Wonder' is a project focused on presenting 'land art' or 'site-specific art'. It will involve filming... more

String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam, Amsterdam
July 2016
String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2018
The String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam Foundation is organising the first edition of the String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam (SQBA)... more

Strengthening a vocational training project, Liberia
July 2016
Strengthening a vocational training project, Liberia, 2016
In 2016 the Turing Foundation approved a contribution towards ZOA's vocational training project, which will train 400... more

Consolidating twenty Family Farm Schools, Cameroon
July 2016
Consolidating twenty Family Farm Schools, Cameroon, 2016
The French development organisation Institut Européen de Coopération et de Développement (IECD) was established in... more

Quality improvement and continuation vocational education, Cameroon
July 2016
Quality improvement and continuation vocational education, Cameroon, 2016
The Dutch foundation Babungo has been committed to improving health care and education in the Babungo... more

Tailoring Trainees, Sierra Leone
July 2016
Sustainable livelihood for 150 unemployed youth in Bo City, Sierra Leone, 2016
Tools for Self Reliance is a British organisation whose purpose is to increase employment in Africa by... more

Trees for the Sahel, Regreening North Burkina Faso 2015-2018
July 2016
Trees for the Sahel, Regreening North Burkina Faso 2016
Tiipaalga was founded in 2006 by the Swiss organisation newTree and is its local partner in Burkina Faso,. The organisation... more

International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)
July 2016
IDFA, International Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam, 2016
The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) is the world's most important documentary festival. From... more

Scanning Electron Microscopy of M. leprae
July 2016
Research on treatment of early neuropathy in leprosy 2016-2017
The TENLEP Research Consortium (Treatment of Early Neuropathy in Leprosy) is a large international association in... more

Vocational and entrepreneurial training, Monrovia, Liberia
July 2016
Vocational and entrepreneurial training, Monrovia, Liberia 2016
Y Care is the international arm of the youth organisation YMCA. This foundation has been working in Liberia for more... more

Restored mangroves around a shrimp farm in Batangas, Verde Island Passage, Philippines
July 2016
Mangrove Rehabilitation, Verde Island Passage, Philippines, 2016-2017
For more than 25 years Conservation International has been doing valuable work protecting nature, and involving... more

Speed schools, Dosso region, Niger
July 2016
Speed schools for 250 Adolescents, Dosso en Tillabéri, Niger, 2016
The Stromme Foundation is an international development organisation focused on microfinance and education. They... more


Project Overview on World Map
April 2016
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Vocational training for 250 young people, Kono district, Sierra Leone, 2016-2018
April 2016
Vocational training for 250 young people, Kono district, Sierra Leone, 2016
Chistian Aid has been working in Sierra Leone for more than 20 years with a local team of 24 people and... more

Vocational training center for women, Parakou, Benin
April 2016
Self-sufficient Vocational Training Center for women, Parakou, Benin, 2016
The Belgian Hubi & Vinciane Foundation supports regional development in the city of Parakou (central... more

Greening the Green Wall Initiative, Burkina Faso
April 2016
Greening the Green Wall Initiative, Burkina Faso, 2016
The focus of most of the work of the Netherlands Society for the Protection of Birds (VBN) is in the Netherlands and in... more

Bluefin Tuna
April 2016
Bringing back Bluefin tuna to the North Sea, the Netherlands, 2016
WNF-Nederland is part of the WWF, the world's largest and most well known nature conservation organisation,... more

Scaling up capabilities for Effective rehabilitation and conservation of mangroves, Philippines
April 2016
Scaling up capabilities for Effective rehabilitation and conservation of mangroves, Philippines, 2016
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) connects science, nature conservation... more

Nature-friendly construction of wind farms, North Sea
April 2016
Nature-friendly construction of wind farms, North Sea, the Netherlands, 2016-2017
Stichting de Noordzee (North Sea Foundation, SDN) is committed to a healthy North Sea with... more

The Embarkation for Cythera, Jean-Antoine Watteau, 1717, Louvre
April 2016
Jean-Antoine Watteau, Teylers Museum, 2017
Teylers Museum is organising an exhibition on the work of the 18th-century French artist Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721). His style of... more

Young Woman At A Mirror, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1656 (Hermitage St Petersburg)
April 2016
Hollandse Meesters uit de Hermitage, Hermitage Amsterdam, 2017-2018
From the autumn of 2017 the Hermitage Amsterdam is exhibiting a survey of the Dutch Masters collection from the... more

Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht
April 2016
Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht, 2016
The Organisatie Oude Muziek ('Early Music Organisation') promotes knowledge about and love for early music. Its flagship production is the... more

Conserving the biodiversity of the Cacheu Mangroves Natural Park, Guinea-Bissau
April 2016
Conserving the biodiversity of the Cacheu Mangroves Natural Park, Guinea-Bissau, 2016
Wetlands International is the global not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation... more

The pristine forests of Papua, Indonesia
April 2016
Asmat Coastal Wetland, Papua, Indonesië, 2016
Coastal Wetland Asmat, Papua, Indonesia, 2015-2018 WWF Netherlands is part of the WWF, the world's largest and most well-known nature... more

Skin infected with leprosy
April 2016
Research into macro- and micro-epidemiology of leprosy 2016
The Leonard Wood Memorial Research Centre in Cebu, Philippines, is conducting research into the transmission patterns of... more

Teacher training and a community led library, Bameli Village, Kameroen, 2015
April 2016
Teacher training and a community-led library, Bameli Village, Cameroon, 2016
The AgriDynamic Foundation is committed to improving school performance by training teachers and... more

Teacher Training Rural Primary Education, Tambakha, Sierra Leone
April 2016
Teacher Training Rural Primary Education, Tambakha, Sierra Leone, 2016
Street Child is dedicated to make quality education available for the most vulnerable children in Sierra... more

Dr. L. Adams / National Hansen's Disease Programs: Translation of Mycobacterium Leprae molecular viability assays (MVA) to the clinical setting and application of MVA to a chemoprophylaxis-of-contacts-model, 2015-2018
April 2016
Translation of Mycobacterium Leprae molecular viability assays (MVA) to the clinical setting and application of MVA to a chemoprophylaxis-of-contacts-model, 2016
The recently developed molecular viability test... more


Project Overview on World Map
January 2016
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Model Crocrodrome, Jean Tinguely (1977)
January 2016
'Jean Tinguely: Machine Spectacle', Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2016-2017
The Swiss artist Jean Tinguely (1925-1991) was part of the Nouveau Réalisme artistic movement and is best... more

'Good schools, safe schools', Walungu, D.R. Congo
January 2016
'Good schools, safe schools', Walungu, D.R. Congo, 2016
War Child aims to make a positive and lasting change to the lives of children and young people in conflict zones by promoting... more

'Rembrandt's Naked Truth', Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam, 2016
January 2016
'Rembrandt's Naked Truth', Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam, 2016
The Rembrandt House Museum is organising an exhibition on drawing nude models in Rembrandt van Rijn's time. Fifty works by... more

Energy Exchange Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam and Hermitage Amsterdam, Amsterdam
January 2016
Energy Exchange Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam and Hermitage Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2016-2018
The Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam is building a connection with the Hermitage Amsterdam's... more

Melancholia - The Holland Festival, 15 juni 2016
January 2016
Holland Festival, 2016
For 68 years Holland Festival has been presenting a diverse range of world class performances and concerts. The Turing Foundation is supporting the Holland... more

Festival Classique 2016 in het Kurhaus
January 2016
Festival Classique, Den Haag, 2016
Festival Classique is an annual music festival in The Hague that presents classical music in an accessible way to a new and wide audience. Its... more

Janine Jansen, International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, 2015
January 2016
International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, 2016
The top violinist Janine Jansen has been the leading light and standard bearer of the International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht... more

Randomised controlled trials of methotrexate in Erythema Nodosum Leprosum
January 2016
Randomised controlled trials of methotrexate in Erythema Nodosum Leprosum, 2016
Erythema Nodosum Leprosum (ENL) is a serious and very painful leprosy complication. It is often... more

Identification of leprosy associated immune signatures that aid as early signals for determination of type I and type II reactions in leprosy, Karigiri, India, 2016-2019
January 2016
Identification of leprosy associated immune signatures that aid as early signals for determination of type I and type II reactions in leprosy, Karigiri, India, 2016
Early recognition and treatment of leprosy... more

Comparative sequencing analysis of genes associated with susceptibility to leprosy and its reactive states
January 2016
Comparative sequencing analysis of genes associated with susceptibility to leprosy and its reactive states, 2016
Developing leprosy is highly dependent on the host's genetic risk... more

Biomarkers for early detection of leprosy using comparative transcriptomics, 2016-2017
January 2016
Biomarkers for early detection of leprosy using comparative transcriptomics, 2016
Leprosy is usually only diagnosed at a late stage. Diagnosis is based mainly on the presence of... more

Taking blood samples for the IDEAL biobank
January 2016
INDIGO, field evaluation of novel immunodiagnostic tools for early detection of leprosy in a BCG vaccination field trial amongst contacts of leprosy patients, 2016
The IDEAL consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic... more

IDRI: Integration of rapid diagnostic tests to facilitate earlier diagnosis and simplified case management of Leprosy, 2015-2017
January 2016
IDRI: Integration of rapid diagnostic tests to facilitate earlier diagnosis and simplified case management of Leprosy, 2016
The Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI) does... more

Leprosy in the spleen
January 2016
Donation to the leprosy research department of Netherlands Leprosy Relief, 2015-2016
For many years the Turing Foundation has co-financed projects to combat leprosy with the... more

'Active learning and teaching' at twelve primary schools and three teacher training colleges, Kinshasa
January 2016
'Active learning and teaching' at twelve primary schools and three teacher training colleges, Kinshasa, D.R. Congo, 2016
Edukans is a Dutch development organisation dedicated to... more

Education programme in the district of Tahoua, Niger
January 2016
Education programme, Tahoua district, Niger, 2016
Concern International is a humanitarian organisation with international offices in Ireland, Great Britain and the US and local... more

'Talmudic Anatomy', Meijer de Haan, 1880
January 2016
Purchase of 'Talmudic Anatomy' by Meijer de Haan, Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam, 2016
The Jewish Historical Museum has been given the opportunity to acquire the painting... more

Kanthari education, 2016
January 2016
Kanthari education, Cameroon, 2016
Kanthari is a seven-month leadership programme for people who have overcome adversity and are committed to bringing about social improvement in... more

October 2015
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Fries Museum - Alma Tadema - Winnaar van de Vierde Turing Toekenning I, 21 mei 2015
October 2015
Main supporter Alma-Tadema Exposition, Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, 2016-2017
The Fourth Turing Award I was awarded to the Fries Museum on 21 May 2015. In the run-up to Leeuwarden's... more

Main supporter Caesar van Everdingen, Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar, 2016-2017
October 2015
Main supporter Caesar van Everdingen, Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar, 2016-2017
The Fourth Turing Award II was presented to the Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar on 21 May 2015 to enable the... more

A young baker in front of her oven
October 2015
Improving educational quality for young apprentices, Haho district, Togo, 2015
BØRNEFonden (BF) has many years of experience in getting more young people into work in West Africa.... more

Vocational & literacy training for 400 urban youth, Monrovia, Liberia
October 2015
Vocational & literacy training for 400 urban youth, Monrovia, Liberia, 2015
ZOA has been working in Liberia since 2003 to increase the local population's self-reliance in education,... more

Villagers planting trees in Mopti region, Mali
October 2015
Regreening projects, Mopti to Segou, Mali, 2015
Tree Aid helps villagers in arid areas in Africa unlock the potential of trees to combat poverty and protect nature. Together with... more

Nineveh, Dutch National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden, 2016-2017
October 2015
Nineveh, Dutch National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden, 2017-2018
In the first millennium BC Nineveh was the world's largest city and the capital of the Neo-Assyrian Empire. The... more

Buddha, Tropenmuseum Amsterdam en Museum Volkenkunde Leiden, 2016-2017
October 2015
Buddha, Tropenmuseum Amsterdam en Museum Volkenkunde Leiden, 2016-2017
The National Museum of World Cultures is organising an exhibition on the phenomenon of the Buddha in 2016. A... more

Hercules Segers, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 2016-2017
October 2015
Hercules Segers, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 2016-2017
In 2016 the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam is organising an exhibition on Hercules Segers (1589/90 - 1633/38), one of the most intriguing... more

Myth unravelled: Master of Elsloo, Bonnefantenmuseum
October 2015
Myth unravelled: Master of Elsloo, Bonnefantenmuseum, 2019
In the 16th century the so-called 'Master of Elsloo' worked in the Euroregion of Dutch and Belgian Limburg and the... more

A proud graduate receives her graduation certificate, Liberia, 2013
October 2015
Vocational Training for rural communities, River Cess, Liberia, 2015
Children in Crisis is an English NGO that sets up educational projects in conflict affected countries like D.R.... more

Girl-friendly school EAF, Guinée, 2014-2017
October 2015
Girl-friendly school EAF, Guinée, 2015
The French education organisation Aide et Action is a major international player aiming to improve access to and quality of education in... more

Technical vocational training in Leo and Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, 2014-2016
October 2015
Technical vocational training in Leo and Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, 2015
Woord and Daad has been working in Burkina Faso with the local development organisation CREDO for many... more

Girls in front of the new Junior Secondary School, constructed with the support of ActionAid. Kono District, Sierra Leone
October 2015
Enhancing Quality Education in three rural primary schools, Kono district, Sierra Leone, 2015
Action Aid is an international development organisation that aims to improve access to... more

Accelerated primary education, Fizi district, South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2014-2017
October 2015
Accelerated primary education, Fizi district, South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2015
ZOA supports people who suffer because of armed conflict or natural disasters, in helping them to rebuild... more

Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, Bukavu, Walungu, Kamituga, D.R. Congo
October 2015
Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, Kalehe, Kabare en Walungu, D.R. Congo, 2015
War Child is devoted to giving children who have experienced war a peaceful future. War... more

Access to quality education in Kailahun District, Sierra Leone
October 2015
Access to quality education in Kailahun District, Sierra Leone, 2015
In Sierra Leone, the number of children receiving an education is extremely low, and especially girls are often... more

The Seventh Turing Poetry Competition
October 2015
The Seventh Turing Poetry Contest 2015-2016
The Turing Poetry Contest is the only poetry competition that's open to everyone, and isn't about a poet, but a poem. Previous editions... more


Project Overview on World Map
June 2015
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Vocational and entrepreneurial training, Monrovia, Liberia
June 2015
Vocational and entrepreneurial training, Monrovia, Liberia 2015
Y Care is the international arm of the youth organisation YMCA. This foundation has been working in Liberia for more... more

Trees for the Sahel, Regreening North Burkina Faso 2015-2018
June 2015
Trees for the Sahel, Regreening North Burkina Faso 2015
Tiipaalga was founded in 2006 by the Swiss organisation newTree and is its local partner in Burkina Faso,. The organisation... more

International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) 2015
June 2015
IDFA, International Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam, 2015
The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) is the world's most important documentary festival. From... more

Exhibition 'Barbara Hepworth. Sculpture for a Modern World', Kröller-Müller Museum
June 2015
'Barbara Hepworth. Sculpture for a Modern World', Kröller-Müller Museum, 2015-2016
The Kröller-Müller Museum is organising a Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975) retrospective, 50 years... more

Doe Maar, Dicht Maar, 2013-2016
June 2015
Doe Maar, Dicht Maar, 2015-2016
Doe Maar Dicht Maar is the largest poetry contest for secondary-school students aged 12-16 in the Netherlands. The contest is open to all secondary... more

The first ride of the Turing Museumplein Bus, 8 Februari 2012
June 2015
Turing Museum Bus - Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2015
The Turing Museum Square bus transported 60,000 schoolchildren since 2012 to the three major... more

Speed schools, Dosso region, Niger
June 2015
Speed schools for 250 Adolescents, Dosso en Tillabéri, Niger, 2015
The Stromme Foundation is an international development organisation focused on microfinance and education. They... more

Edward Mucnh, Morning, 1884, Kunstmuseum Bergen
June 2015
Munch / Van Gogh expositie, Van Gogh Museum, 2015-2016
The artists Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) and Edvard Munch (1863-1944) are both renowned for their emotionally charged... more

mycobacterium leprae
June 2015
Research on treatment of early neuropathy in leprosy 2015
The TENLEP Research Consortium (Treatment of Early Neuropathy in Leprosy) is a large international association in which 14... more

Restored mangroves around a shrimp farm in Batangas, Verde Island Passage, Philippines
June 2015
Mangrove Rehabilitation, Verde Island Passage, Philippines, 2015
For more than 25 years Conservation International has been doing valuable work protecting nature, and involving... more

Schoolbooks for a primary school in Northwest Cameroon, Turing Project Visit, March 2012
June 2015
Schoolbook project for primary schools, Cameroon, 2015
Knowledge for Children supports rural schools in Northwest Cameroon in setting up a proper book collection as well as a... more


Project Overview on World Map
March 2015
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Jan Asselijn (ca. 1610-1652), The Breach of the St. Anthony's Dike in Amsterdam (1651), 85.5 x 108.2 cm, oil on canvas
March 2015
Acquisition of Jan Asselijn 'The breach of the St. Anthony's Dike', Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 2015
Painter Jan Asselijn was an eyewitness of the breach of the St. Anthony's Dike in... more

Conserving the biodiversity of the Cacheu Mangroves Natural Park, Guinea-Bissau
March 2015
Conserving the biodiversity of the Cacheu Mangroves Natural Park, Guinea-Bissau, 2015
Wetlands International is the global not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation... more

The pristine forests of Papua, Indonesia
March 2015
Asmat Coastal Wetland, Papua, Indonesië, 2015
Coastal Wetland Asmat, Papua, Indonesia, 2015-2018 WWF Netherlands is part of the WWF, the world's largest and most well-known nature... more

Restoration of the Jardin d'émail, Kröller-Müller Museum, 2015
March 2015
Restoration of 'Jardin d'émail', Kröller-Müller Museum, 2015-2016
The artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985) designed a special object for the Kröller-Müller Museum's garden in 1974: the... more

Poëziekalender 2016
March 2015
Poetry Calendar 2016
Since 2013, publishing house Van Oorschot and Poetry International have been issuing the Poetry Calendar. The block calendar has one poem a day, and offers QR... more

Teacher training and a community led library, Bameli Village, Kameroen, 2015
March 2015
Teacher training and a community-led library, Bameli Village, Cameroon, 2015
The AgriDynamic Foundation is committed to improving school performance by training teachers and... more

Accelerated learning programme for 900 children in the district of Ménaka, Mali
March 2015
Accelerated educational programme for 900 children in Ménaka district, Mali, 2015-2016
Netherlands Refugee Foundation (Stichting Vluchteling) gives refugees emergency aid, supports... more

Making two teacher training schools self-sufficient in Parakou
March 2015
Making two teacher training schools self-sufficient in Parakou, Benin, 2015-2016
The Hubi & Vinciane Foundation supports regional development around the city of Parakou (central... more

Dr. L. Adams / National Hansen's Disease Programs: Translation of Mycobacterium Leprae molecular viability assays (MVA) to the clinical setting and application of MVA to a chemoprophylaxis-of-contacts-model, 2015-2018
March 2015
Translation of Mycobacterium Leprae molecular viability assays (MVA) to the clinical setting and application of MVA to a chemoprophylaxis-of-contacts-model, 2015
The recently developed molecular viability test... more

Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht
March 2015
Opening Concert Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht, 2015
The Organisatie Oude Muziek ('Early Music Organisation') aims to promote knowledge about and love for early music. Its flagship... more

Matisse
March 2015
'The Oasis of Matisse', Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2015
Henri Matisse (1868-1954) was one of the most important and influential artists of the 20th century, and one of the founders... more

Skin infected with leprosy
March 2015
Research into macro- and micro-epidemiology of leprosy 2015
The Leonard Wood Memorial Research Centre in Cebu, Philippines, is conducting research into the transmission patterns of... more

Researching the immunopathology of leprosy
March 2015
Research on immunopathology of leprosy, 2ndphase, 2015
The leprosy bacterium (M.leprae) knows a high affinity for Schwann cells, which are cells that create a protective... more

Teacher Training Rural Primary Education, Tambakha, Sierra Leone
March 2015
Teacher Training Rural Primary Education, Tambakha, Sierra Leone, 2015
Street Child is dedicated to make quality education available for the most vulnerable children in Sierra... more

The Twelve Poetry anthologies in the 'Turing series'
March 2015
Poetry anthologies, 2015
Over a four-year period, publisher Van Oorschot will be publishing twelve beautiful, hardcover anthologies. These anthologies include the best poems of... more


Project Overview on World Map
January 2015
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Bluefin Tuna in the Netherlands, 1930
January 2015
Bringing back Bluefin tuna to the North Sea, the Netherlands, 2015
WNF-Nederland is part of the WWF, the world's largest and most well known nature conservation organisation,... more

Regreening the Sahel, Dogonkiria en Soucoucoutane, Niger
January 2015
Regreening the Sahel, Dogonkiria en Soucoucoutane, Niger, 2015-2016
BothEnds and CRESA have been working together since 2010 to encourage farmers to grow trees and plants on their... more

Taking blood samples for the IDEAL biobank
January 2015
IDEAL, field evaluation of novel immunodiagnostic tools for early detection of leprosy in a BCG vaccination field trial amongst contacts of leprosy patients, 2015
The IDEAL consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic... more

IDRI: Integration of rapid diagnostic tests to facilitate earlier diagnosis and simplified case management of Leprosy, 2015-2017
January 2015
IDRI: Integration of rapid diagnostic tests to facilitate earlier diagnosis and simplified case management of Leprosy, 2015
The Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI) does... more

'Active learning and teaching' at twelve primary schools and three teacher training colleges, Kinshasa
January 2015
'Active learning and teaching' at twelve primary schools and three teacher training colleges, Kinshasa, D.R. Congo, 2015
Edukans is a Dutch development organisation dedicated to... more

William Turner's 'Clouds and Water', collection Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle
January 2015
William Turner exhibition, Museum de Fundatie and Rijksmuseum Twenthe, 2015-2016
Museum de Fundatie and Rijksmuseum Twenthe are organising a double exhibition on William Turner... more

As Big As The Sky, Holland Festival, 2015
January 2015
As Big As The Sky, Holland Festival, 2015
The Holland Festival (founded in 1947) is the oldest and largest international performing arts festival in the Netherlands. Every year the... more

Pieter Roelf Youth Concert, North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, 2014
January 2015
Pieter Roelf Youth Concerts, North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, 2015
The North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra (NNO) was founded in 1862 in Groningen, making it the oldest... more

Janine Jansen, International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, 2015
January 2015
International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, 2015
The top violinist Janine Jansen has been the leading light and standard bearer of the International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht... more

Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
January 2015
Research into how mycobacteria lyse the phagosomal membrane 2015
The Tumor Biology Department of the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI) conducts fundamental research into the BCG... more

Education programme in the district of Tahoua, Niger
January 2015
Education programme, Tahoua district, Niger, 2015
Concern International is a humanitarian organisation with international offices in Ireland, Great Britain and the US and local... more

Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve, Mozambique
January 2015
Development of Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve, Mozambique, 2015
The Peace Parks Foundation protects nature in the border regions of Southern Africa. There are currently 10... more

Leprosy in the spleen
January 2015
Donation to the leprosy research department of Netherlands Leprosy Relief, 2014-2015
For many years the Turing Foundation has co-financed projects to combat leprosy with the... more

Kianjau Primary School
January 2015
Educational/Food Programme for 10,000 school children, Thika, Kenya, 2015
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

'Solutions project': identifying sustainable alternatives for land use, Cameroon and D.R. Congo
January 2015
'Solutions project': identifying sustainable alternatives for land use, D.R. Congo, 2015
Greenpeace is an international campaigning organisation dedicated to protecting nature... more


Project Overview on World Map
October 2014
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Accelerated primary education, Fizi district, South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2014-2017
October 2014
Accelerated primary education, Fizi district, South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2014
ZOA supports people who suffer because of armed conflict or natural disasters, in helping them to rebuild... more

mycobacterium leprae
October 2014
Research on treatment of early neuropathy in leprosy 2014
The TENLEP Research Consortium (Treatment of Early Neuropathy in Leprosy) is a large international association in which 14... more

Girls in front of the new Junior Secondary School, constructed with the support of ActionAid. Kono District, Sierra Leone
October 2014
Enhancing Quality Education in three rural primary schools, Kono district, Sierra Leone, 2014
Action Aid is an international development organisation that aims to improve access to... more

Technical vocational training in Leo and Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, 2014-2016
October 2014
Technical vocational training in Leo and Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, 2014
Woord and Daad has been working in Burkina Faso with the local development organisation CREDO for many... more

Festival Classique 2015
October 2014
Festival Classique, Den Haag, 2015
Festival Classique is an annual music festival at the Hofvijver pond in The Hague, which successfully reaches a wide audience by presenting... more

IDFA 2014 The Female Gaze: 12th & Delaware (Director: Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady. 2010)
October 2014
IDFA 2014: The Female Gaze, Amsterdam, 2014
Since the first edition in 1988, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) has developed into the most important... more

Girl-friendly school EAF, Guinée, 2014-2017
October 2014
Girl-friendly school EAF, Guinée, 2014
The French education organisation Aide et Action is a major international player aiming to improve access to and quality of education in... more

Mark Rothko expositie, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, 2014
October 2014
Mark Rothko, Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag, 2014-2015
In autumn of 2014, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag will be organising an exhibition about abstract artist Mark Rothko (1903-1970). It... more

Poetry anthology Hans Lodeizen
October 2014
Poetry anthology Rutger Kopland, 2014
Over a four-year period, publisher Van Oorschot will be publishing twelve beautiful, hardcover anthologies. These anthologies include the best... more

Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, Bukavu, Walungu, Kamituga, D.R. Congo
October 2014
Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, Kalehe, Kabare en Walungu, D.R. Congo, 2014
War Child is devoted to giving children who have experienced war a peaceful future. War... more

School destroyed during the civil war, Sierra Leone
October 2014
Access to quality education in Kailahun District, Sierra Leone, 2014
In Sierra Leone, the number of children receiving an education is extremely low, and especially girls are often... more

Edward Mucnh, Morning, 1884, Kunstmuseum Bergen
October 2014
Munch / Van Gogh expositie, Van Gogh Museum, 2014
The artists Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) and Edvard Munch (1863-1944) are both renowned for their emotionally charged paintings and... more

A proud graduate receives her graduation certificate, Liberia, 2013
October 2014
Vocational Training for rural communities, River Cess, Liberia, 2014
Children in Crisis is an English NGO that sets up educational projects in conflict affected countries like D.R.... more

Progress at the building site of the technical school, Kambila, Mali, January 2012
October 2014
Construction of a technical school in Kambila, Mali, 2013-2014
The Mali Foundation, in association with its local partner Solisa, will set up a basic technical school to provide... more

Sustainable conservation and food security, Région Maritime, Togo
October 2014
Sustainable conservation and food security for 20 villages, Région Maritime, Togo, 2014
In 20 villages in the very poor southeast of Togo, 4.000 farmers are trained in organic farming and... more


Project Overview on World Map
July 2014
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Matisse
July 2014
'The Oasis of Matisse', Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2015
Henri Matisse (1868-1954) was one of the most important and influential artists of the 20th century, and one of the founders... more

Restored mangroves around a shrimp farm in Batangas, Verde Island Passage, Philippines
July 2014
Mangrove Rehabilitation, Verde Island Passage, Philippines, 2014
For more than 25 years Conservation International has been doing valuable work protecting nature, and involving... more

Supporting effective recovery of mangroves, Philippines
July 2014
Effective restoration of mangroves, Philippines, 2014-2015
In addition to two major zoos, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has a renowned science and conservation department.... more

Speed schools, Dosso region, Niger
July 2014
Speed schools for 250 Adolescents, Dosso en Tillabéri, Niger, 2014
The Stromme Foundation is an international development organisation focused on microfinance and education. They... more

The first ride of the Turing Museumplein Bus, 8 Februari 2012
July 2014
Turing Museum Bus - Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2014
The Turing Museum Square bus transported 33,000 schoolchildren since 2012 from the suburbs around... more

Fries Museum - Alma Tadema - Winnaar van de Vierde Turing Toekenning I, 21 mei 2015
July 2014
The Fourth Turing Art Award, 2015
One of the goals of the Turing Foundation is to have more people enjoy the fine arts in Dutch museums. Reason for the foundation to launch the... more

The Sixth Turing Poetry Competition
July 2014
The Sixth Turing Poetry Contest 2014-2015
The Turing Poetry Contest is the only poetry competition that's open to everyone, and isn't about a poet, but a poem. Previous editions... more

Extension of organic and fair trade cocoa production, Togo
July 2014
Organic and fair trade cocoa production, Akebou, Togo, 2014-2015
This project from Progreso, the Agro Eco-Louis Bolk Instituut and AVSF wants to stimulate organic cocoa production... more

Vocational training for women in Kinshasha, November 2012, D.R. Congo
July 2014
Vocational training for women in Kinshasha, D.R. Congo, 2014-2015
Sympany (formerly known as "Humana") is one of the largest clothing collectors of the Netherlands. Using the... more

Doe Maar, Dicht Maar, 2013-2016
July 2014
Doe Maar, Dicht Maar, 2014
Doe Maar Dicht Maar is the largest poetry contest for secondary-school students aged 12-16 in the Netherlands. The contest is open to all secondary... more

DEDRAS Vocational education, Benin, 2012-2015
July 2014
Vocational education, Benin, 2014-2015
In Benin, Woord & Daad is working with local organisation DEDRAS. DEDRAS wants to offer youths vocational education tailored to the current... more

Schoolbooks for a primary school in Northwest Cameroon, Turing Project Visit, March 2012
July 2014
Schoolbook project for primary schools, Cameroon, 2014
Knowledge for Children supports rural schools in Northwest Cameroon in setting up a proper book collection as well as a... more

April 2014
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Teacher Training Rural Primary Education, Tambakha, Sierra Leone
April 2014
Teacher Training Rural Primary Education, Tambakha, Sierra Leone, 2014
Street Child is dedicated to make quality education available for the most vulnerable children in Sierra... more

Coup Fatal, June 2014
April 2014
Coup Fatal, Holland Festival, 2014
Every year, the Holland Festival manages to put together an internationally renowned, innovative and talked about festival, mixing performing... more

Researching the immunopathology of leprosy
April 2014
Research on immunopathology of leprosy, 2ndphase, 2014
The leprosy bacterium (M.leprae) knows a high affinity for Schwann cells, which are cells that create a protective... more

Poëziekalender 2015
April 2014
Poetry Calendar 2015
Since 2013, publishing house Van Oorschot and Poetry International have been issuing the Poetry Calendar. The block calendar has one poem a day, and offers QR... more

'De Geisha in de Japanse Samenleving', Rijksmuseum Volkenkunde, Leiden
April 2014
'Geisha', National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden, 2014-2015
The national Museum of Ethnology - owner of the largest collection of nineteenth-century Japanese art outside of Japan - is... more

Training in sustainable organic farming, Burkina Faso
April 2014
Sustainable Management and Recovery Sahel Ecosystem, Burkina Faso, 2014-2015
Tiipaalga in Burkina Faso was founded in 2006 and is the local counterpart of the Swiss foundation... more

Vocational Training for girls - in progress, Nsele Commune, Kinshasa, 2014
April 2014
Vocational training for girls, Kimpoko-Nsele Commune, Kinshasa, D.R. Congo, 2014-2015
Christian Aid and the local NGO Fraternité Père Maurice D'Hoore are setting up a training... more

Revolving library en teacher training, Bamessing, Kameroen
April 2014
Revolving library and teacher training, Bamessing, Kameroen, 2014-2015
To help improve school results, the AgriDynamic Foundation arranges better teaching materials and facilities... more

Women's vocational school, Bandiagara, Mali
April 2014
Material for female vocational school, Bandiagara, Mali, 2014-2015
Tools to Work revises quality goods in the Netherlands and passes on its knowledge so local communities can revise... more

The old school 'building', Fanta, Benin, 2014-2015
April 2014
Construction of Primary School, Fanta, Benin, 2014-2015
The Le Pont Foundation is active in Benin and sets up projects concerning education, healthcare, water and sanitation. Every... more

Jackson Pollock's 'Ocean Greyness (1953)', CoBrA Museum, Amstelveen, 2014
April 2014
Jackson Pollock's 'Ocean Greyness' (1953) loan, CoBrA Museum, Amstelveen, 2014
From April 4, 2014, the CoBrA Museum in Amstelveen will be exhibiting some fifty works that were part... more

Wolfgangs Wondere Wereldreis Schoolconcerten
April 2014
Wolfgang's Wonderous Worldtrip - school concerts, South-Holland, 2014-2015
SEOP (a foundation for educational orchestra projects) and RBO Symfonia are producing children's concerts... more

Poetry anthology Hans Lodeizen
April 2014
Poetry anthology Hans Lodeizen, 2014
Over a four-year period, publisher Van Oorschot will be publishing twelve beautiful, hardcover anthologies. These anthologies include the best... more

International Saxophone Festival Amsterdam 2014
April 2014
International Saxophone Festival SAX, Amsterdam, 2014
In light of the 200th anniversary of its inventor Adolphe Sax, the Adolphe Sax Revisited Foundation is organising the first... more

ASC Academy
April 2014
Special study and research projects, Amsterdam, 2014
The ASC Academy helps students in their personal development by contributing to special study or research projects in the... more

Ecomare
April 2014
Nature Education, Ecomare Summer Camps, Texel, 2014-2016
Texel-based Ecomare is a nature museum, seal shelter, sea aquarium, dune park, and bird sanctuary. Led by expert staff, the... more

Scanning Electron Microscopy of M. leprae
April 2014
Research into how mycobacteria lyse the phagosomal membrane 2014
The Tumor Biology Department of the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI) conducts fundamental research into the BCG... more

Two girls who have set up their own businesses after their ASSEJA vocational training. Turing Project Visit, Februari 2012
April 2014
Vocational training for 100 youths, Cameroon, 2014
Free a Girl (formerly "Stop Child Abuse") and its local partner ASSEJA offer vocational education to 100 underprivileged youths... more

January 2014
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Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve, Mozambique
January 2014
Development of Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve, Mozambique, 2014
The Peace Parks Foundation protects nature in the border regions of Southern Africa. There are currently 10... more

Taking bloodsamples for the IDEAL biobank
January 2014
IDEAL, early detection of leprosy: sample collection for biobanking and analysis of immune- and genetic host markers, 2014
The IDEAL Consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic and... more

Skin infected with leprosy
January 2014
Research into macro- and micro-epidemiology of leprosy 2014
The Leonard Wood Memorial Research Centre in Cebu, Philippines, is conducting research into the transmission patterns of... more

Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata and the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
January 2014
Christina Pluhar l'Arpeggiata concert, Early Music Festival, Utrecht, 2014
The Organisation Early Music (OOM) is a national and international authority on the latest developments in... more

Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO, 2014
January 2014
Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2014
The Dutch Youth String Orchestra (NJSO) the number-one string orchestra for talent aged 12-21. The orchestra combines the education of the... more

Constantin Brancusi - Le Baiser - 1908
January 2014
Main supporter 'Brancusi,Rosso en Man Ray', Museum Boijmans, Rotterdam, 2014
One of Turing Foundation's goals is to have more people enjoy the fine arts in Dutch museums. To... more

Kianjau Primary School
January 2014
Educational/Food Programme for 10,000 school children, Thika, Kenya, 2014
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

Culture menu, Museum Bus The Hague, 2013-2014
January 2014
Museum Bus The Hague, 2014
Since 2009, SGPHM has been transporting 25,000 primary school children to and from 19 museums and cultural heritage institutions in The Hague every year.... more

Education for 900 vulnerable girls in Liberia
January 2014
Education for 900 vulnerable girls in Paynesville, Monrovia en Kakata, Liberia, 2014-2015
Liberia is one of the focus countries of Save the Children. After years of emergency... more

Technical trainings, Togo, 2012-2014
January 2014
Job placement programs for underprivileged women, Lomé, Togo, 2014
The R.C. Maagdenhuis Foundation supports small-scale projects initiated by the local community in developing... more

NedPhO GO! Community Concerts
January 2014
Main Patron of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra Community Concerts, 2014
'If the people don't visit the orchestra, the orchestra will visit the people.' That's the idea behind... more

technische opleidingen, Togo
January 2014
Technical vocational trainings, Lomé, Togo, 2014
The R.C. Maagdenhuis Foundation supports small-scale projects that have been initiated by the local community in developing... more

The first ride of the Turing Museumplein Bus, 8 Februari 2012
January 2014
Turing Museum Bus - Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2014
For school and schoolteachers, free, comfortable and safe transport is the key factor in their... more


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October 2013
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Mark Rothko expositie, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, 2014
October 2013
Mark Rothko exhibition, Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag, 2014-2015
In autumn of 2014, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag will be organising an exhibition about abstract artist Mark Rothko... more

Edward Mucnh, Morning, 1884, Kunstmuseum Bergen
October 2013
Munch / Van Gogh expositie, Van Gogh Museum, 2015-2016
The artists Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) and Edvard Munch (1863-1944) are both renowned for their emotionally charged... more

The Fifth Turing Poetry Competition
October 2013
The Fifth Turing Poetry Contest 2013-2014
Turing's National Poetry Contest is the only poetry competition that's open to everyone and is not about the poet, but about the poem. The... more

The Poems Ball - Closing Ceremony Poetry Week 2014
October 2013
The Poems Ball - Poetry Week closing ceremony 2014
The second edition of Poetry Week will run from January 30 to February 5, 2014. The event is a combination of the well-known... more

Dutch Harp Festival 2013
October 2013
Dutch Harp Festival 2014
The Dutch Harp Festival was founded by the talented harpist Remy van Kesteren (1989) in 2010. The biannual festival wants to showcase the versatility of the... more

A proud graduate receives her graduation certificate, Liberia, 2013
October 2013
Vocational Training for rural communities, River Cess, Liberia, 2013
Children in Crisis is an English NGO that sets up educational projects in conflict affected countries like D.R.... more

Workers in Cambodia are being trained in recognizing and preventing leprosy (Turing Foundation en Leprastichting, 2009)
October 2013
Donation to the leprosy research department of Netherlands Leprosy Relief, 2013-2014
The Turing Foundation has been co-funding leprosy research projects with the Netherlands Leprosy... more

Speed school, Project visit Turing Foundation, Burkina Faso
October 2013
Speed schools and teacher training, Burkina Faso, 2013-2014
Woord en Daad and partner organization CREDO have established dozens of so-called speed schools in Burkina Faso. These... more

Children at school in Tillaberi, Niger, 2012
October 2013
Vocational training for supervisors after-school activities, Tillaberi, Niger, 2013
Oxfam Novib is an international organization that has made Niger one of their focus countries,... more

Reforestation result near Mampu, seen from the air
October 2013
Reforestation and sustainable management of ecosystems in the Kwilu district, D.R. Congo, 2013
Congodorpen (formerly known as CDI Bwamanda) is a Belgian NGO dedicated to education... more

Development of school, Kinshasa, D.R, Congo
October 2013
Development of school in Kinshasa, D.R. Congo, 2013-2014
The Dutch Tosangana Foundation was founded by and for Congolese women. In collaboration with local... more

Children in one of the new classrooms, Gaongho, december 2013
October 2013
Expansion of the secondary school, Gaongho, Burkina Faso, 2013
Zeewolde Werelddorp is dedicated to improve the lives of people from Gaongho in Burkina Faso, a municipality Zeewolde... more

A lesson in clockreading, Pio Institute, Bwamanda, D.R. Congo
October 2013
Improvement of primary and vocational education, Equatorial Province, D.R. Congo, 2013
Congodorpen wants to contribute to recovering and setting up education in the north of the... more

Sustainable conservation and food security, Région Maritime, Togo
October 2013
Sustainable conservation and food security for 20 villages, Région Maritime, Togo 2013
In 20 villages in the very poor southeast of Togo, 4.000 farmers are trained in organic farming and... more

Energy-efficient wood stove
October 2013
Reforestation, Burkina Faso, 2013
The Burkina Faso desert is swiftly advancing. And due to logging for home use, the country loses 80,000 acres of forest every year. ChildFund and... more


Project Overview on World Map
July 2013
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Doe Maar, Dicht Maar, 2013-2016
July 2013
Doe Maar, Dicht Maar, 2013
Doe Maar Dicht Maar is the largest poetry contest for secondary-school students aged 12-16 in the Netherlands. The contest is open to all secondary... more

Extension of organic and fair trade cocoa production, Togo
July 2013
Organic and fair trade cocoa production, Togo, 2013
This project from Progreso, the Agro Eco-Louis Bolk Instituut and AVSF wants to stimulate organic cocoa production and improve... more

Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, Bukavu, Walungu, Kamituga, D.R. Congo
July 2013
Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, East Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2013
War Child is devoted to giving children who have experienced war a peaceful future. War Child wants... more

Teacher training and school expansion, Toungana, Burkina Faso
July 2013
Teacher training and school expansion, Toungana, Burkina Faso, 2013
The Association for Small African Projects (ASAP) focuses on the improvement of the well-being of inhabitants of... more

St Matthew Passion (BWV 244), J.S. Bach
July 2013
St Matthew Passion: an adaptation for children, Frank Groothof, 2013-2014
The Turing Foundation has been a proud partner of Stichting de Vrije Val for already five years. For his... more

Afbouw 2 lokalen CEG High School Sazué, Benin
July 2013
Completing 2 classrooms CEG High School, Sazué, Benin, 2013
The Le Pont Foundation is focused on the improvement of the overall living conditions in Benin. The foundation sets up... more

DEDRAS Vocational education, Benin, 2012-2015
July 2013
Vocational education, Benin, 2013
In Benin, Woord & Daad is working with local organisation DEDRAS. DEDRAS wants to offer youths vocational education tailored to the current labour... more

Vocational training for women in Kinshasha, November 2012, D.R. Congo
July 2013
Vocational training for women in Kinshasha, D.R. Congo, 2013
Humana is one of the largest clothing collectors of the Netherlands. Using the proceeds from the clothing sales, the... more

School furniture for 16 schools, in Lubero, D.R. Congo, 2011-2013
July 2013
School furniture for 16 schools in Lubero, D.R. Congo, 2013
In the Lubero region in North Kivu, D.R. Congo, Save the Children is carrying out a five-year programme focused on... more

Sustainable development of Mangrove areas, Aguégués Commune, Benin
July 2013
Sustainable development of Mangrove areas, Aguégués Commune, Benin, 2013
Care International is an international aid agency. This project wants to enable structural coastal... more

The 'Turing car'
July 2013
Free transport to Boijmans van Beuningen and Chabot museums, 2013-2014
A special 'Turing Car' will transport children from Rotterdam and surroundings to and from the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum free of charge... more

Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2013
July 2013
Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2013
The NJSO has 24 musicians. All of them are between the ages of 12 and 20 years old and are associated with the young talent... more

March 2013
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Museum Gouda
March 2013
Main patron Henri Fantin-Latour exposition, Gouda Museum, 2013-2014
Museum Gouda will be hosting the first-ever solo exhibition of Fantin-Latour in the Netherlands, entitled Dromen... more

Tentoonstelling Hundertwasser en Japan, Cobra Museum
March 2013
Hundertwasser and Japan exhibition, Cobra Museum, 2013-2014
The Cobra Museum has been offered the unique opportunity to take over an exhibition displaying the early works of the... more

Exhibition Old Drawings, New Names, Rembrandt House Museum
March 2013
Exhibition Old Drawings, New Names, Rembrandt House Museum, 2013-2014
In 2014, the Rembrandt House Museum will be hosting an exhibition of 17th-century drawings by Rembrandt, his... more

Access to quality education in Kailahun District, Sierra Leone
March 2013
Access to quality education in Kailahun District, Sierra Leone, 2013
In Sierra Leone, the number of children receiving an education is extremely low, and especially girls are often... more

Technical school in Kara, Togo 2013
March 2013
Technical school, Kara, Togo, 2013
SOS-Kinderdorpen helps orphans and abandoned children in developing countries find loving families to grow up with. Worldwide, SOS Kinderdorpen... more

Poetry anthology Elisabeth Eybers
March 2013
Poetry anthology Elisabeth Eybers, 2013
Over a four-year period, publisher Van Oorschot will be publishing twelve beautiful, hardcover anthologies. These anthologies include the... more

Constantin Brancusi - Le Baiser - 1908
March 2013
The Third Turing Art Award, 2013-2014
One of Turing Foundation's goals is to have more people enjoy the fine arts in Dutch museums. To that end, the Turing Foundation introduced the... more

Sustainable agriculture in Burkina Faso
March 2013
Sustainable agriculture, Sissili Province, Burkina Faso, 2013
In the poor province of Sissili, Woord en Daad and CREDO are training farm families to make their companies and farming... more

Cancer cells
March 2013
Research into how mycobacteria lyse the phagosomal membrane 2013
The Tumor Biology Department of the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI) conducts fundamental research into the BCG... more

Two girls who have set up their own businesses after their ASSEJA vocational training. Turing Project Visit, Februari 2012
March 2013
Vocational training for 100 youths, Cameroon, 2013-2014
Stop Kindermisbruik (Stop Child Abuse) and its local partner ASSEJA offer vocational education to 100 underprivileged youths... more

Education Quality Improvement Programme, Kenia
March 2013
Education Quality Improvement Programme, Machakos, Mwala and Gilgil district, Kenya, 2013
Build Africa focuses on education and income-generating programmes in Kenya and Uganda. In... more

Skin infected with leprosy
March 2013
Research into macro- and micro-epidemiology of leprosy 2013
The Leonard Wood Memorial Research Centre in Cebu, Philippines, is conducting research into the transmission patterns of... more

Refugees from the Central African Republic fetching water from the oldest well of Gbiti, Cameroon
March 2013
Improvement of education at 8 primary schools, East and Adamawa Region, Cameroon, 2013
Since 2007, the border of Cameroon's East Region has been host to over 100,000 refugees from... more


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January 2013
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Piccolo cavaliere, 1950 (Fondazione Marino Marini, Pistoia)
January 2013
Main patron Marino Marini tentoonstelling, Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle, 2013-2014
Mario Marini is one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century. Few people know he was... more

Education for 900 vulnerable girls in Liberia, 2013-2014
January 2013
Education for 900 vulnerable girls in Paynesville, Monrovia en Kakata, Liberia, 2013
Liberia is one of the focus countries of Save the Children. After years of emergency relief, the... more

Educating underprivileged children in Togo, 2013-2016
January 2013
Education for 500 underprivileged children, Région Maritime, Togo, 2013
Belgian organization IDAY wants underprivileged children in Africa to have access to high-quality education.... more

Culture menu, Museum Bus The Hague, 2013-2014
January 2013
Museum Bus The Hague, 2013
Since 2009, SGPHM has been transporting 25,000 primary school children to and from 19 museums and cultural heritage institutions in The Hague every year.... more

The Poems Ball - Closing Ceremony Poetry Week 2013
January 2013
The Poems Ball - Closing ceremony Poetry Week 2013
Poetry Week 2013 (January 30 - February 6, 2013) joins well-known poetry events Poetry Day, the VSB Poetry Award and the Turing... more

Technical trainings, Togo, 2012-2014
January 2013
Job placement programs for underprivileged women, Lomé, Togo, 2013
The R.C. Maagdenhuis Foundation supports small-scale projects initiated by the local community in developing... more

El Gusto - Kashba Blues, Holland Festival 2013
January 2013
El Gusto - Kashba Blues, Holland Festival, 2013
Every year, the Holland Festival manages to realize an internationally renowned, innovative and much talked-about festival, with a... more

Final concert Canal Festival 2011
January 2013
'United in Music', Amsterdam Canal Festival. Amsterdam, 2013
The 'Grachtenfestival' (canal festival) is a ten-day festival for classical music. The music is performed at special... more

Old Music Festival 2012
January 2013
'Striggio Mass', Old Music Festival, Utrecht, 2013
For years, the Organization Old Music (OOM) has been an authoritative body nationally and internationally when it comes to the... more

Kianjau Primary School
January 2013
Educational/Food Programme for 10,000 school children, Thika, Kenya, 2013
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

Improvement of quality of primary education in Benin, 2013
January 2013
Construction of classrooms and quality improvement of primary education, Sakarou, Benin, 2013
The Hubi en Vinciane Foundation strives to improve the standard of living of the people... more

Vocational teacher training at 2 schools in Benin, 2013
January 2013
Vocational teacher training at 2 schools, Parakou, Benin, 2013
The Hubi en Vinciane Foundation strives to improve the standard of living of the people living in the Borgou... more

Taking bloodsamples for the IDEAL biobank
January 2013
IDEAL, continuation of sample collection for biobanking and pilot testing, 2013
The IDEAL Consortium (Initiative for Diagnostics and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy) develops... more

Technische opleidingen, Togo, 2012-2014
January 2013
Technical vocational trainings, Lomé, Togo, 2013
The R.C. Maagdenhuis Foundation supports small-scale projects that have been initiated by the local community in developing... more

immune biomarkers
January 2013
Research on identification of innate and adaptive immune biomarkers 2013
This LUMC (Leiden University Medical Centre) research gives more insight into certain immune pathological... more

Car electronics and bodywork training for girls, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
January 2013
Vocational training for girls, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 2013
The Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland (SKN) supports local NGO ATTous in offering technical vocational education... more

NedPhO GO! Community Concerts
January 2013
Main patron of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra Community Concerts, 2013-2014
'If the people don't visit the orchestra, the orchestra will visit the people.' That's the idea... more

Researching the immunopathology of leprosy
January 2013
Research on immunopathology of leprosy, 2ndphase, 2013
The leprosy bacterium (M.leprae) knows a high affinity for Schwann cells, which are cells that create a protective... more

mycobacterium leprae
January 2013
Research on treatment of early neuropathy in leprosy 2013
The TENLEP Research Consortium (Treatment of Early Neuropathy in Leprosy) is a large international association in which 14... more

The first ride of the Turing Museumplein Bus, 8 Februari 2012
January 2013
Turing Museum Bus - Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2013
For school and schoolteachers, free, comfortable and safe transport is the key factor in their... more

November 2012
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Exposition 'Les Nabis: Gaugin, Bonnard, Denis, Prophets of the Avant-Garde', Hermitage Amsterdam, 2013-2014
November 2012
Exposition 'Les Nabis: Gaugin, Bonnard, Denis, Prophets of the Avant-Garde', Hermitage Amsterdam, 2013-2014
From September 14, 2013 through February 28, 2014, the Hermitage will... more

Gered Gereedschap Foundation
November 2012
Tools for three training organizations in Benin, 2012-2014
Gered Gereedschap ("Rescued Tools") collects and fixes used tools and sends them to developing-aid projects in Africa,... more

'Vivaldi and the Secret of the Nightingale', a previous project by RBO Sinfonia
November 2012
School concerts 'Mozart's Magic Journey', 2013
The Educational Orchestra Projects Foundation (SEOP) wants to familiarize children and teenagers with symphonic music. The foundation... more

Workers in Cambodia are being trained in recognizing and preventing leprosy (Turing Foundation en Leprastichting, 2009)
November 2012
Donation to the leprosy research department of Netherlands Leprosy Relief, 2012
The Turing Foundation has been co-funding leprosy research projects with the Netherlands Leprosy... more

17 May 2011: Official opening of the new Mozambique headquarters, financed by the Turing Foundation, with (among others, from left to right) Milou Halbesma (Turing), Mr. Fernando Sumbana (Minister for Tourism), Governor Maria Jonas, Werner Myburgh (CEO Peace Parks) and Miguel Gonsalvez (sea park manager).
November 2012
Lubombo Transfrontier Marine Protected Area, Mozambique/Zuid-Afrika, 2012
The Peace Parks Foundation dedicates itself to nature reserves located at countries' border regions, and... more

Speed school, Project visit Turing Foundation, November 2010, Burkina Faso
November 2012
Speed schools and teacher training, Burkina Faso, 2012
Woord en Daad and partner organization CREDO have established dozens of so-called speed schools in Burkina Faso. These schools... more

Classroom in Filingué, Niger
November 2012
Educational Governance, Doutchi and Filingué, Niger, 2012
In the Niger departments of Dogondoutchi and Filingué, French NGO Aide et Action is dedicating itself to the improvement of... more

Children at school in Tillaberi, Niger, 2012
November 2012
Vocational training for supervisors after-school activities, Tillaberi, Niger, 2012
Oxfam Novib is an international organization that has made Niger one of their focus countries,... more

Cham-Pa, saved from smugglers, Laos
November 2012
Veterinary theater equipment for Laos Bear Sanctuary, 2012-2013
Free the Bears saves bears in Laos from smugglers who want to make lots of money on their gall. The Turing... more

Reforestation result near Mampu, seen from the air
November 2012
Reforestation and sustainable management of ecosystems in the Kwilu district, D.R. Congo, 2012
Congodorpen is a Belgian NGO dedicated to education and sustainable agriculture in... more

A lesson in clockreading, Pio Institute, Bwamanda, D.R. Congo
November 2012
Improvement of primary and vocational education, Equatorial Province, D.R. Congo, 2012
Congodorpen wants to contribute to recovering and setting up education in the north of the... more

Sustainable conservation and food security, Région Maritime, Togo
November 2012
Sustainable conservation and food security for 20 villages, Région Maritime, Togo 2012
In 20 villages in the very poor southeast of Togo, 4.000 farmers are trained in organic farming and... more

August 2012
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Development of organic and fair trade cocoa production, Togo
August 2012
Development of organic and fair trade cocoa production, Togo, 2012
This Progreso and Agro Eco-Louis Bolk Institute project is aimed at promoting organic cocoa production and... more

Regreening Initiative, Niger
August 2012
Regreening Initiative, Phase 2, Niger, 2012-2013
In 2010, Both Ends and CIS-VU (Centre for International Cooperation -VU University Amsterdam) started the Re-greening Initiative in... more

DEDRAS Vocational education, Benin, 2012-2015
August 2012
Vocational education, Benin, 2012
In Benin, Woord & Daad is working with local organisation DEDRAS. DEDRAS wants to offer youths vocational education tailored to the current labour... more

Ecole Professionnelle d’Informatique Mucolim, Kinshasa, D.R. Congo
August 2012
Equipping information centre in Inkisi-Kisanu, D.R. Congo, 2012-2013
The Bambale Foundation is focused on education, agriculture, and healthcare in D.R. Congo. In Inkisi-Kisantu,... more

Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, Bukavu, Walungu, Kamituga, D.R. Congo
August 2012
Improvement of educational quality at 8 schools, East Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2012
War Child is devoted to giving children who have experienced war a peaceful future. War Child wants... more

The Fourth Turing National Poetry Competition
August 2012
The Fourth Turing National Poetry Contest 2012-2013
Turing's National Poetry Contest is the only poetry competition that's open to everyone and is not about the poet, but about the... more

The 'Turing car'
August 2012
Free transport to Boijmans van Beuningen and Chabot museums, 2012
A special 'Turing Car' will transport children from Rotterdam and surroundings to and from the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum free of charge... more

School furniture for 16 schools, in Lubero, D.R. Congo, 2011-2013
August 2012
School furniture for 16 schools in Lubero, D.R. Congo, 2012
In the Lubero region in North Kivu, D.R. Congo, Save the Children is carrying out a five-year programme focused on... more

Speed schools, Dosso region, Niger
August 2012
20 Speed schools for 500 children, Dosso region, Niger, 2012
The Strømme Foundation and partner organisation RAEDD are setting up so-called 'speed schools in Niger. These schools... more

Founding of Biblionef Ghana
August 2012
Founding of Biblionef Ghana, 2012-2013
Biblionef considers books a source of development and wants to encourage reading. To that end, the organisation spreads new English and French... more

Teacher training and school expansion, Toungana, Burkina Faso
August 2012
Teacher training and school expansion, Toungana, Burkina Faso, 2012
The Association for Small African Projects (ASAP) focuses on the improvement of the well-being of inhabitants of... more

Sustainable development of Mangrove areas, Aguégués Commune, Benin
August 2012
Sustainable development of Mangrove areas, Aguégués Commune, Benin, 2012
Care International is an international aid agency. This project wants to enable structural coastal... more

VSO vocational training, Kenya, 2010-2012
August 2012
Upgrading five vocational training centres, Kenya, 2012
VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) sends professional experts to developing countries to share their knowledge with local... more

Schoolbooks for a primary school in Northwest Cameroon, Turing Project Visit, March 2012
August 2012
Schoolbook project for primary schools, Cameroon, 2013
Knowledge for Children supports rural schools in Northwest Cameroon in setting up a proper book collection as well as a... more

June 2012
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Exhibition Lissitzky-Kabakov. Dromen en Leven', Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven
June 2012
Exhibition 'Lissitzky-Kabakov. Dromen en Leven', Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, 2012-2013
El Lissitzky (1890-1941) was one of the defining artists of the Russian avant-garde in the... more

Vocational training for women in Kinshasha, November 2012, D.R. Congo
June 2012
Vocational training for women in Kinshasha, D.R. Congo, 2012
Humana is one of the largest clothing collectors of the Netherlands. Using the proceeds from the clothing sales, the... more

Vocational Training and job creation in Kinshasha, Uvira and Bandundu-Ville, D.R. Congo
June 2012
Vocational Training and job creation in Kinshasha, Uvira and Bandundu-Ville, D.R. Congo, 2012-2013
Tools to Work offers young people work experience by involving them in the... more

Mike Kelley, a retrospective, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2012-2013
June 2012
Main patron Mike Kelley, a retrospective, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2012-2013
The exhibition concept 'Mike Kelley, a Retrospective' submitted by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam has won the € 450.000 Turing Art Award... more

Construction of four classrooms, Kwale district, Kenia
June 2012
Construction of four classrooms, Kwale district, Kenia, 2012-2013
Kids in Kenia was founded to support local initiatives in the field of education in Kenya. The foundation supports... more

Solar-powered computer lab, Liwale, November 2012, Tanzania
June 2012
Solar-powered computer labs, Mbekenyera en Liwale, Tanzania, 2012-2013
The Ukengee foundation is creating solar-powered computer labs at secondary schools in the Lindi district in... more

The current situation in Sazué
June 2012
Construction of a secondary school, Sazué, Benin, 2012-2013
The Le Pont foundation is active in the field of education, healthcare, water and sanitation in Benin. The Turing... more

Teacher training in South Kivu, D.R. Congo
June 2012
Teacher training in South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2012
Children in Crisis is a British NGO that works on educational projects in post-conflict zones such as D.R. Congo, Sierra Leone and... more

Fishing with dynamite, Coral Triangle
June 2012
Seafood Savers Platform for Sustainable Tuna and Live Reef Fish, Coral Triangle, 2012
We're approaching the final phase of our support of the Coral Triangle Initiativethrough the... more

Bleached Coral Reefs, Coral Triangle
June 2012
Carbon footprint reduction and Protection of Critical Reefs, Coral triangle, 2012
We're approaching the final phase of our support of the Coral Triangle Initiative through the World... more

Analysis of Live Reef Fish Trade routes in the Coral Triangle
June 2012
Live Reef Fish Trade Transformation, Coral Triangle, 2012
This World Wildlife Federation programme intends to achieve a recovery of the diverse fish population in the Coral... more

Protecting Endangered Turtles
June 2012
Protecting Endangered Turtles, Coral Triangle, 2012
Six out of the seven species of sea turtles we have on this earth live in the Coral Triangle. The animals are threatened most by... more

Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2012
June 2012
Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2012
The NJSO has 24 musicians. All of them are between the ages of 12 and 20 years old and are associated with the young talent... more

A 1.5 metre Napoleon fish. These special coral fish are captured alive and then kept in the aquaria of very chic restaurants. Sometimes ten thousand square metres of coral are poisoned by cyanide to stun just one fish, after which the divers haul the stunned animal up between the coral into a mobile aquarium.
June 2012
Sustainable Finance for Networks of Marine Protected Areas, Coral Triangle, 2012
The World Wildlife Federation has established a foundation for the identification and management... more

March 2012
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'Mond über Landschaft', 1897, Paula Modersohn-Becker
March 2012
Main patron Paula Modersohn-Becker ‘Ein Wunderland, Ein Götterland’, Museum Belvedere, 2012-2013
Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876-1907) is a German painter who's regarded as one... more

Poëziebundel 'Dichter Draagt Voor', Ramsey Nasr, 2012-2013
March 2012
Poetry collection 'Dichter Draagt Voor', Ramsey Nasr, 2012-2013
'Dichter Draagt Voor' (poet recites) is a project by Poet Laureate Ramsey Nasr that aims at unlocking the works of... more

Free school meals, Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso, January 2011
March 2012
Free school meals on four schools, Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso, 2012
Burkina Faso is on the brink of a famine. Stichting WOL and local partner DSF have set up the Zoodo educational... more

Kianjau Primary School
March 2012
Educational/Food Programme for 10,000 school children, Thika, Kenya, 2012
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

Progress at the construction site of the Bolgatanga primary school, Januari 2012
March 2012
Educational tools en solar panels, Primary school, Dazungu, Ghana, 2012
The Amsterdam-Bolgatanga Foundation wants to improve education in the poor Upper East region of Ghana, where... more

Gustavo Dudamel
March 2012
Closing performance Holland Festival, Simon Bolivar Orchestra, 2012
In June 2012, the Holland Festival will be bringing music of international standing to the Netherlands once... more

IDEAL - Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy
March 2012
IDEAL sample collection for biobanking, IDEAL (Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy), 2012
The IDEAL consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic and... more

Poetry anthology Jan Emmens
March 2012
Poetry anthology Jan Emmens, 2012
Over a four-year period, publisher Van Oorschot will be publishing twelve beautiful, hardcover anthologies. These anthologies include the best... more

Skin infected with leprosy
March 2012
Research into macro- and micro-epidemiology of leprosy 2012
The Leonard Wood Memorial Research Centre in Cebu, Philippines, is conducting research into the transmission patterns of... more

Cancer cells
March 2012
Research into how mycobacteria lyse the phagosomal membrane 2012
The Tumor Biology Department of the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI) conducts fundamental research into the BCG... more

School books for a primary school in Northwest Cameroon, Turing Project Visit, March 2012
March 2012
School book project for primary schools, Northwest Cameroon, 2012
Knowledge for Children supports rural schools in Northwest Cameroon by building up a decent book stock and... more

Classroom in Sebele, D.R. Congo
March 2012
Programme for tutoring teenagers in South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2012-2013
ZOA Refugee Care wants to offer primary education in 3 years to youths from returnee families who missed one or... more

Two girls who have set up their own businesses after their ASSEJA vocational training. Turing Project Visit, Februari 2012
March 2012
Vocational training for 100 youths, Cameroon, 2012
Stop Kindermisbruik (Stop Child Abuse) and its local partner ASSEJA offer vocational education to 100 underprivileged youths every... more

Sustainable agriculture in Burkina Faso
March 2012
Sustainable agriculture, Sissili Province, Burkina Faso, 2012
In the poor province of Sissili, Woord en Daad and CREDO are training farm families to make their companies and farming... more

Education Quality Improvement Programme, Kenia
March 2012
Education Quality Improvement Programme, Machakos, Mwala and Gilgil district, Kenya, 2012
Build Africa focuses on education and income-generating programmes in Kenya and Uganda. In... more

Refugees from the Central African Republic fetching water from the oldest well of Gbiti, Cameroon
March 2012
Improvement of education at 8 primary schools, East and Adamawa Region, Cameroon, 2012
Since 2007, the border of Cameroon's East Region has been host to over 100,000 refugees from... more

Cotton farmer outside Fana, Mali
March 2012
Switch to sustainable cotton production, Mali, 2012
Mali is the largest producer of cotton in Western Africa. Cotton is a good source of income, but it's extremely harmful to the... more

Energy-efficient wood stove
March 2012
Reforestation, Burkina Faso, 2012
The Burkina Faso desert is swiftly advancing. And due to logging for home use, the country loses 80,000 acres of forest every year. ChildFund and... more

Diane Arbus: Woman with Veil on Fifth Avenue, N.Y.C. 1968
March 2012
Main patron Diane Arbus - A Retrospective, FOAM Amsterdam, 2012-2013
Diane Arbus (1923-1971) is one of the most fascinating and important photographers of the second half of... more

Ricciotti plays in a hospital
March 2012
Main patronage of the Ricciotti Ensemble 2012
The Ricciotti Ensemble consists of 40 idealistic conservatory students, and performs a minimum of 100 times a year. They seek out the... more

A concert in the Classic Express
March 2012
The Princess Christina Concours - Classical Express, 2012
The Princess Christina Concours strives to excite as many children as possible for classical music. To that end, in 2007... more

Ujima Vocational Training, Kenya
March 2012
Vocational training for underprivileged youths, Kenya, 2012
The Ujima Foundation offers vocational trainings to underprivileged youths that take care of their younger siblings, in... more

Lessons have started downstairs, while a second floor is built on top of the school. Turing Project Visit, March 2012.
March 2012
Construction of a new school, Mamfe, Cameroon, 2011-2012
LiveBuild, in association with United Action for Children (UAC), wants to set up a high-quality school in Mamfe. UAC has... more

Willem Breuker Kollektief 2009
March 2012
Goodbye tour Willem Breuker Collective, 2012
Willem Breuker (1944-2010) was a Dutch composer and saxophone player as well as one of the founding fathers of free music in the... more

January 2012
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Testa di Giovane, Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520)
January 2012
Rafael Exposition, Teylers Museum, Haarlem, 2012-2013
Never before did the Netherlands see an exhibition on Rafael (Urbino 1483-1530 Rome), one of Europe's most influential artists.... more

'The three Marias at the grave', 1425-1435, Jan and Hubert Van Eyck , collection Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
January 2012
Exhibition The Road to Van Eyck, Museum Boymans van Beuningen, 2012-2013
Johannes van Eyck (1390-1440) has decisively reinvented painting in Northern Europe. He's been named... more

Primary school in Rakissé-Toêghin, Burkina Faso
January 2012
Teacher houses with solar panels, Rakissé-Toêghin, Burkina Faso, 2012
The AFOS Foundation is dedicated to improving the life standard in developing countries, with a focus on... more

Car electronics and bodywork training for girls, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
January 2012
Vocational training for girls, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 2012
The Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland (SKN) supports local NGO ATTous in offering technical vocational education... more

NedPhO GO! Community Concerts
January 2012
Main patron of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra Community Concerts, 2012
'If the people don't visit the orchestra, the orchestra will visit the people.' That's the idea behind... more

St Matthew Passion (BWV 244), J.S. Bach
January 2012
St Matthew Passion: an adaptation for children, Frank Groothof, 2012
The Turing Foundation has been a proud partner of Stichting de Vrije Val for already five years. For his lastest... more

immune biomarkers
January 2012
Research on identification of innate and adaptive immune biomarkers 2012
This LUMC (Leiden University Medical Centre) research gives more insight into certain immune pathological... more

Bach 7 Breakfast, Monday 8 November 2010, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam
January 2012
The Amsterdam Cello Biannual 2012
The Amsterdamse Cello Biannual is a biannual international cello festival. The fourth edition of the festival will be held from October 26 -... more

School leaders' course, Southeast Kenya
January 2012
Teacher training and school leaders' course, Southeast Kenya, 2012
Twice a year, Teachers4Teachers organizes trainings by Dutch educational professionals meant for principals,... more

School Breakfast, Marera primary School, Tanzania
January 2012
Marera Primary School Project, Tanzania, 2012
In Tanzania, the Rhotia Valley Foundation offers shelter for 36 orphans in three family homes, and uses a tourist lodge as an... more

mycobacterium leprae
January 2012
Research on treatment of early neuropathy in leprosy 2012
The TENLEP Research Consortium (Treatment of Early Neuropathy in Leprosy) is a large international association in which 14... more

Researching the immunopathology of leprosy
January 2012
Research on immunopathology of leprosy, 2ndphase, 2012
The leprosy bacterium (M.leprae) knows a high affinity for Schwann cells, which are cells that create a protective... more

Alexander Calder - The Great Discovery, Gemeentemuseum The Hague, 2012
January 2012
Main patron Alexander Calder, Gemeentemuseum The Hague, 2012
In 2008, the Turing Foundation launched the Turing Art Award, a € 450,000 donation presented biannually... more

An issue of De Gids
January 2012
Poetry in literary magazine De Gids 2012
In 2012, literary magazine De Gids will be celebrating its 175th anniversary. For the past three years, De Gids has been able to... more

Teacher training in Far North Region, Cameroon
January 2012
Teacher training in Northern Cameroon, 2012
VSO sends out vocational specialists to developing countries in Africa and Asia who can share their knowledge and experience with local... more

The first ride of the Turing Museumplein Bus, 8 Februari 2012
January 2012
Turing Museum Bus - Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2012
For school and schoolteachers, free, comfortable and safe transport is the key factor in their... more

Orchard in Séguénéga, Turing project visit, November 2010
January 2012
Developing organic vegetable gardens and orchards - Séguénéga, Burkina Faso, 2012
The Burkinan organisation ADECUSS will teach 300 women in the extremely poor and dry northern... more


Project Overview on World Map
November 2011
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Reforestation result near Mampu, seen from the air
November 2011
Reforestation and sustainable management of ecosystems in the Kwilu district, D.R. Congo, 2011
Congodorpen is a Belgian NGO dedicated to education and sustainable agriculture in... more

A lesson in clockreading, Pio Institute, Bwamanda, D.R. Congo
November 2011
Improvement of primary and vocational education, Equatorial Province, D.R. Congo, 2011
Congodorpen wants to contribute to recovering and setting up education in the north of the... more

Sustainable conservation and food security, Région Maritime, Togo
November 2011
Sustainable conservation and food security for 20 villages, Région Maritime, Togo 2011
In 20 villages in the very poor southeast of Togo, 4.000 farmers are trained in organic farming and... more

Speed school, Project visit Turing Foundation, November 2010, Burkina Faso
November 2011
Speed schools and teacher training, Burkina Faso, 2011
Woord en Daad and partner organization CREDO have established dozens of so-called speed schools in Burkina Faso. These schools... more

Progress, Gaongho, january 2013
November 2011
Expansion of the secondary school, Gaongho, Burkina Faso, 2012
Zeewolde Werelddorp is dedicated to improve the lives of people from Gaongho in Burkina Faso, a municipality Zeewolde... more

Kees de Jongen, Frank Groothof, 2011-2012
November 2011
Rock Opera "Kees de Jongen", by Frank Groothof, 2011-2012
Time and time again, Frank Groothof manages to incite curiosity and excitement for classical music among large... more

Poetry anthology J. H. Leopold
November 2011
Poetry anthology J. H. Leopold, 2011
Over a four-year period, publisher Van Oorschot will be publishing twelve beautiful, hardcover anthologies. These anthologies include the best... more

Progress at the VTC building site, August 2011
November 2011
Construction and equipment of a trade school in Chepchoina, Kenya, 2011
The Elimu Mount Elgon Foundation facilitates educational initiatives in the Mount Elgon Region in Kenya. As... more

vocational training centre CPAEC under construction, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 2010
November 2011
ICT vocational training CPAEC, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 2011-2012
The Zod Neere Foundation set up a vocational training centre for underprivileged youngsters in Ouagadougou. The... more

Progress at the building site of the technical school, Kambila, Mali, January 2012
November 2011
Construction of a technical school in Kambila, Mali, 2011-2012
The Mali Foundation, in association with its local partner Solisa, will set up a basic technical school to provide... more

Classroom in Filingué, Niger
November 2011
Educational Governance, Doutchi and Filingué, Niger, 2011
In the Niger departments of Dogondoutchi and Filingué, French NGO Aide et Action is dedicating itself to the improvement of... more

Reforestation of desertified soil. Turing project visit, November 2010
November 2011
Communal management of grazing land and forest restoration in Ségou, Mali, 2011
The agricultural region Ségou frequently suffers from food shortages caused by the exhaustion of... more

New teaching tools, Kenia en Tanzania
November 2011
Teacher Training, Kenia en Tanzania, 2011
In Kenya and Tanzania, Terre des Hommes is working with local partners to improve the quality of secondary education at government schools.... more

Family garden, Turing project visit, November 2010
November 2011
Protection of natural resources in Timbuktu, Mali, 2011
In ten villages in the Timbuktu region primarily women will be trained in organic market gardening and small livestock... more

Progress at the building site, Turing project visit, November 2010
November 2011
Construction and equipment of a Vocational Training Centre, Bamako, Mali, 2011
The Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland (SKN) is building a new vocational centre at the heart of the... more

Women using wood-saving ovens. Turing project visit, November 2010
November 2011
Sustainable management of the forest of Koubaye, Mali, 2011
This project aims to protect and restore 7,700 km2 of forest by making environmental agreements between the authorities... more

An Introduction to Bach at Dutch Primary Schools, June 2012
November 2011
Bach Day - An Introduction to Bach at Dutch Primary Schools, 2011-2012
The three-year project 'Bach Day' (Dag van Bach) focuses on primary schools across the country and... more

The Third Turing National Poetry Competition
November 2011
The Third Turing National Poetry Contest 2011-2012
Turing's National Poetry Contest is the only poetry competition that's open to everyone and is not about the poet, but about the... more

Progress of construction, July 2012, Djenné, Mali
November 2011
Construction of a school for elementary and secondary education, Djenné, Mali, 2011-2013
The Djenné Foundation focuses on education, the arts, and culture in the city of Djenné,... more

Women at work on their own BOFA farm, Turing project visit, Februari 2012
November 2011
Organic gardening and 'night paddocks', Cameroon, 2011
Njamnjama is a vegetable similar to spinach. In Cameroon the traditional production of this vegetable has not been able to... more

July 2011
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Rodin Erotique, Singer Museum Laren, 2012
July 2011
Main supporter, Rodin Erotique, Singer Museum Laren, 2012-2013
With this exhibition, the Singer Museum will be organizing the first-ever expo of the erotic works of Auguste Rodin in... more

William Turner's 'Clouds and Water', collection Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle
July 2011
Supporter of 'Meer Licht' (More Light), Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, 2011-2012
Museum De Fundatie is the only museum in the Netherlands that has a William Turner painting in its... more

'Van Oostsanen, de Ware Jacob', Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar, 2014
July 2011
'Van Oostsanen, de Ware Jacob', Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar, 2014
In 2014 it will have been 500 years since Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen enjoyed the high point of his career. This... more

Supporter of 'Het Geheim van de Slang', Afrika Museum, 2012.
July 2011
'Het Geheim van de Slang' (The Secret of the Snake), Afrika Museum, 2012
The Afrika Museum will be organising an intercultural exhibition on the appearance of a universal animal... more

Paul Klee, 'Bust of a Child' (1933)
July 2011
Main patron Paul Klee exhibition, CoBrA Museum Amstelveen, 2012
The Cobra Museum organises an exhibition on the much-loved artist Paul Klee (1879-1940) and his relation to the CoBrA... more

Pupils from Hellevoetsluis in front of the Turing Museum Bus
July 2011
Free transport to Boijmans van Beuningen and Chabot museums, 2011
A special 'Turing Car' will transport children from Rotterdam and surroundings to and from the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum free of charge... more

School furniture for 16 schools, in Lubero, D.R. Congo, 2011-2013
July 2011
School furniture for 16 schools in Lubero, D.R. Congo, 2011
In the Lubero region in North Kivu, D.R. Congo, Save the Children is carrying out a five-year programme focused on... more

Speed schools, Dosso region, Niger
July 2011
20 Speed schools for 500 children, Dosso region, Niger, 2011
The Strømme Foundation and partner organisation RAEDD are setting up so-called 'speed schools in Niger. These schools... more

Vocational education on sustainable farming, Gbomboro, Burkina Faso
July 2011
Vocational education Sustainable Farming, Gbomboro, Burkina Faso, 2011
In Gbomboro in the northwest of Burkina Faso, Heifer and partner organisation Asudec will establish a... more

Founding of Biblionef Ghana, 2011-2013
July 2011
Founding of Biblionef Ghana, 2011
Biblionef considers books a source of development and wants to encourage reading. To that end, the organisation spreads new English and French... more

Banc d'Arguin, Mauritania
July 2011
NGO capability and community involvement, Banc d'Arguin, Mauritania, 2011
In Mauritania, local NGOs are trained and alternative sources of income for the local community are created... more

Sustainable development of Mangrove areas, Aguégués Commune, Benin
July 2011
Sustainable development of Mangrove areas, Aguégués Commune, Benin, 2011
Care International is an international aid agency. This project wants to enable structural coastal... more

Fishing with dynamite, Coral Triangle
July 2011
Seafood Savers Platform for Sustainable Tuna and Live Reef Fish, Coral Triangle, 2011
We're approaching the final phase of our support of the Coral Triangle Initiativethrough the... more

Bleached Coral Reefs, Coral Triangle
July 2011
Carbon footprint reduction and Protection of Critical Reefs, Coral triangle, 2011
We're approaching the final phase of our support of the Coral Triangle Initiative through the World... more

Teacher training and school expansion, Toungana, Burkina Faso
July 2011
Teacher training and school expansion, Toungana, Burkina Faso, 2011
The Association for Small African Projects (ASAP) focuses on the improvement of the well-being of inhabitants of... more

Teachers in training, Bukavu and Walungu, D.R. Congo
July 2011
Better access to education for vulnerable children, Bukavu and Walungu, D.R. Congo, 2011
In South Kivu, War Child strives for better access to education for vulnerable children.... more

Kianjau Primary School
July 2011
Educational/Food Programme for 10,000 school children, Thika, Kenya, 2011
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2010-2013
July 2011
Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2011
The NJSO has 24 musicians. All of them are between the ages of 12 and 20 years old and are associated with the young talent... more

Teacher Training Electricity & Renewable Energy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
July 2011
Teacher Training Electricity & Renewable Energy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2011
The Kram Ngoy Centre is a vocational training centre in Phnom Penh where 100 youths a year are trained to... more

Farming and Livelihood Improvement Programme, Ghana
July 2011
Farming and Livelihood Improvement Programme, Ghana 2011
All over the world, SOS Kinderdorpen offers structural support to orphans and abandoned children. Over the past couple of... more

Afri-car Academy, Kisumu, June 2011
July 2011
Afri-car Academy, Kisumu, Kenya, 2011
The Afri-Can Foundation and local organisations BIG Ltd and Pandipieri Centre set up a technical training centre for underprivileged youths in... more

Een Heel Lief Konijn, the movie
July 2011
Film adaptation 'Een heel lief konijn', 2011
Imme Dros' absurdist story of 'Een heel lief konijn'(A Very Sweet Rabbit) is moving in a cheerful way. A woman discovers she's growing... more

Free school meals, Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso, January 2011
July 2011
Free school meals, Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso, 2011
The WOL Foundation built the Zoodo educational complex in Ouahigouya, the capital of the province of Yatenga in Burkina Faso. Their... more

VSO vocational training, Kenya, 2010-2012
July 2011
Upgrading five vocational training centres, Kenya, 2011
VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) sends professional experts to developing countries to share their knowledge with local... more

March 2011
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'Pop art in West-Europa', Museum het Valkhof, Nijmegen
March 2011
Main patron 'Pop Art in Western Europe', Valkhof Museum, Nijmegen, 2012-2013
Pop Art is the core of the collection of the Valkhof Museum, which makes the museum the ideal... more

Teacher training in South Kivu, D.R. Congo
March 2011
Teacher training in South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2011
Children in Crisis is a British NGO that works on educational projects in post-conflict zones such as Afghanistan, Sierra Leone and... more

Cotton farmer outside Fana, Mali
March 2011
Switch to sustainable cotton production, Mali, 2011
Mali is the largest producer of cotton in Western Africa. Cotton is a good source of income, but it's extremely harmful to the... more

Four girls who have set up their own clothing business after two years of ASSEJA vocational training. Turing Project Visit, Februari 2012
March 2011
Vocational training for 100 youths, Cameroon, 2011
Stop Kindermisbruik (No Child Abuse) and its local partner ASSEJA want to offer vocational training to 100 underprivileged... more

Refugees from the Central African Republic fetching water from the oldest well of Gbiti, Cameroon
March 2011
Improvement of education at 8 primary schools, East and Adamawa Region, Cameroon, 2011
Since 2007, the border of Cameroon's East Region has been host to over 100,000 refugees from... more

Energy-efficient wood stove
March 2011
Reforestation, Burkina Faso, 2011
The Burkina Faso desert is swiftly advancing. And due to logging for home use, the country loses 80,000 acres of forest every year. ChildFund and... more

Sustainable agriculture in Burkina Faso
March 2011
Sustainable agriculture, Sissili Province, Burkina Faso, 2011
In the poor province of Sissili, Woord en Daad and CREDO are training farm families to make their companies and farming... more

Tools for technical vocational education, Western Kenya, 2011
March 2011
Tools for twelve technical training centres, Western Kenya, 2011
Gered Gereedschap (Salvaged Tools) collects and repairs used tools, and ships them to development projects in... more

Ujima Vocational Training, Kenya
March 2011
Vocational training for underprivileged youths, Kenya, 2011
The Ujima Foundation offers vocational trainings to underprivileged youths that take care of their younger siblings, in... more

Regreening Initiative, Niger
March 2011
Regreening Initiative, Niger, 2011
Niger is one of the poorest countries in the world, with three-quarters of its surface covered by desert and 85% of its population being entirely... more

Romantic Music Day 2010
March 2011
25th Romantic Music Day, 2011
This year will see the 25th edition of 'Romantic Music Day', organized by the Buitengoed Foundation. During this free festival, musicians of renowned... more

Tiener-bijscholingsprogramma, South Kivu, D.R. Congo
March 2011
Programme for tutoring teenagers in South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2011
ZOA Refugee Care wants to offer primary education in 3 years to youths from returnee families who missed one or more... more

Ricciotti plays in a hospital
March 2011
Main patronage of the Ricciotti Ensemble 2011
The Ricciotti Ensemble consists of 40 idealistic conservatory students, and performs a minimum of 100 times a year. They seek out the... more

Diane Arbus: Two ladies at the automat, N.Y.C. 1966
March 2011
Main patron Diane Arbus - A Retrospective, FOAM Amsterdam, 2011
Diane Arbus (1923-1971) is one of the most fascinating and important photographers of the second half of the... more

A concert in the Classic Express
March 2011
The Princess Christina Concours - Classical Express, 2011
The Princess Christina Concours strives to excite as many children as possible for classical music. To that end, in 2007... more

Medical school awaiting a roof, Kiliba, October 2010
March 2011
Construction of a medical school in Kiliba, D.R. Congo, 2011
Focus on Education, in association with the local NGO Fondation Chirezi, wants to set up an intermediate vocational... more

Part of the CENDEP project area, destroyed by fire (possibly arsony as a result of a quarrel between project stakeholders). Turing Project Visit, Februari 2012
March 2011
Restoration of Mountain Forests by Introduction of Analogue Forestry, Bamenda High Mountains, Cameroon, 2009-2010
The high mountains of Bamenda are sometimes referred to as the storehouse of Cameroon... more

School books for primary schools, Northwest Cameroon
March 2011
School book project for primary schools, Northwest Cameroon, 2011
Knowledge for Children supports rural schools in Northwest Cameroon by building up a decent book stock and... more

WADEP teachers and kids, 2010
March 2011
Social and financial skills for children, Ghana, 2011
Aflatoun provides children between the ages of 6 and 14 with important social and economic skills by teaching them about rights... more


Project Overview on World Map
January 2011
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The first ride of the Turing Museumplein Bus, 8 Februari 2012
January 2011
Turing Museum Bus - Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2011
For school and schoolteachers, free, comfortable and safe transport is the key factor in their... more

Education Quality Improvement Programme, Kenia
January 2011
Education Quality Improvement Programme, Machakos, Mwala and Gilgil district, Kenya, 2011
Build Africa focuses on education and income-generating programmes in Kenya and Uganda. In... more

Cancer cells
January 2011
Research into how mycobacteria lyse the phagosomal membrane 2011
The Tumor Biology Department of the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI) conducts fundamental research into the BCG... more

Installation of solar panels for one of the schools in Burkina Faso
January 2011
Solar panels for four schools in Burkina Faso, 2011
The AFOS Foundation is dedicated to improve living conditions in developing countries and in Burkina Faso specifically. In... more

Iannis Xenakis in his studio, Paris, 1960
January 2011
Main patron The Iannis Xenakis Weekend, Holland Festival 2011
From June 2-26, 2011, Holland Festival will once again be welcoming international allure to the Netherlands. As... more

Skin infected with leprosy
January 2011
Research into macro- and micro-epidemiology of leprosy 2011
The Leonard Wood Memorial Research Centre in Cebu, Philippines, is conducting research into the transmission patterns of... more

Researching the immunopathology of leprosy
January 2011
Research on immunopathology of leprosy, 2ndphase, 2011
The leprosy bacterium (M.leprae) knows a high affinity for Schwann cells, which are cells that create a protective... more

17 May 2011: Official opening of the new Mozambique headquarters, financed by the Turing Foundation, with (among others, from left to right) Milou Halbesma (Turing), Mr. Fernando Sumbana (Minister for Tourism), Governor Maria Jonas, Werner Myburgh (CEO Peace Parks) and Miguel Gonsalvez (sea park manager).
January 2011
Lubombo Transfrontier Marine Protected Area, Mozambique/Zuid-Afrika, 2011-2012
The Peace Parks Foundation dedicates itself to nature reserves located at countries' border regions,... more

An issue of De Gids
January 2011
Poetry in literary magazine De Gids 2011
In 2012, literary magazine De Gids will be celebrating its 175th anniversary. For the past three years, De Gids has been able to... more

mycobacterium leprae
January 2011
Research on treatment of early neuropathy in leprosy 2011
The TENLEP Research Consortium (Treatment of Early Neuropathy in Leprosy) is a large international association in which 14... more

Orchard in Séguénéga, Turing project visit, November 2010
January 2011
Developing organic vegetable gardens and orchards - Séguénéga, Burkina Faso, 2011
The Burkinan organisation ADECUSS will teach 300 women in the extremely poor and dry northern... more

Building and furnishing of the first part of Makaror Mixed Day Secondary School
January 2011
Construction and furnishing of the Makaror Mixed Day Secondary Scvhool, Makaror, Kenya, 2011-2012
The Welzijn Wajir Foundation supports the very poorest population of Wajir... more

Teacher training in Far North Region, Cameroon
January 2011
Teacher training in Northern Cameroon, 2011
VSO sends out vocational specialists to developing countries in Africa and Asia who can share their knowledge and experience with local... more

Poetry Day 2011
January 2011
Main patron National Poetry Day 2011
Every Year, Poetry Day presents poetry to the nation. In light of this day, on January 27, 2011, over three hundred poetry activities will be... more

One of the other schools built by Le Pont in Benin
January 2011
Teacher training and construction of a secondary school, Gbadagui, Benin, 2011-2012
In Benin, the Le Pont Foundation takes an active part in improving education, healthcare, water... more

A 1.5 metre Napoleon fish. These special coral fish are captured alive and then kept in the aquaria of very chic restaurants. Sometimes ten thousand square metres of coral are poisoned by cyanide to stun just one fish, after which the divers haul the stunned animal up between the coral into a mobile aquarium.
January 2011
Sustainable Finance for Networks of Marine Protected Areas, Coral Triangle, 2007-2011
The World Wildlife Federation is establishing a foundation for the identification and... more

Managing Tuna nurseries and bycatch
January 2011
Managing Tuna nurseries and bycatch, Coral Triangle, 2007-2011
Tuna fishing yields food and income for tens of millions of people living in the Coral Triangle. Besides, tuna plays a... more

Analysis of Live Reef Fish Trade routes in the Coral Triangle
January 2011
Live Reef Fish Trade Transformation, Coral Triangle, 2007-2011
This World Wildlife Federation programme intends to achieve a recovery of the diverse fish population in the Coral... more

Protecting Endangered Turtles
January 2011
Protecting Endangered Turtles, Coral Triangle, 2007-2011
Six out of the seven species of sea turtles we have on this earth live in the Coral Triangle. The animals are threatened... more

Responding to Climate Change through reduction of Tourism and travel footprint
January 2011
Responding to Climate Change through reduction of Tourism and travel footprint, Coral Triangle, 2007-2011
Global warming is bad for coral reefs - the corals will bleach, lose all... more

Netherlands Student Orchestra in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw
January 2011
Performances Netherlands Student Orchestra, 2011
The 100-person strong Netherlands Student Orchestra (NSO) performs at the best music venues in the Netherlands. To turn the tide of... more

immune biomarkers
January 2011
Research on identification of innate and adaptive immune biomarkers 2011-2013
This LUMC (Leiden University Medical Centre) research gives more insight into certain immune... more

The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir led by Ton Koopman at the first Bach Festival, Dordrecht
January 2011
St. John Passion, Westerkerk, Amsterdam, 2011
After a period of grant trouble, the Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir are about to start afresh by planning two... more

Jobortunity Training Institute, Arusha, Tanzania
January 2011
Jobortunity Training Institute, Arusha, Tanzania, 2011
At the Jobortunity Training Centre in Arusha, underprivileged youths can enrol in a one-year training that prepares them for a... more

Institut Zamenhof, Lomé, Togo
January 2011
Major repairs and improvements at Institut Zamenhof, Lomé, Togo, 2011
In 2004, the School in Togo Foundation built a private high standard school for primary and secondary education... more


Project Overview on World Map
October 2010
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International Festival of Windplaying On Wings!
October 2010
Second International wind instruments festival On Wings! 2011
In order to reach as many people as possible, On Wings! will be collaborating with basically all cultural organizations in the... more

Loita Maasai, Narok South District, Kenya, 2010-2011
October 2010
Vocational Education for the Loita Maasai, Narok South District, Kenya, 2010-2011
This projects makes make high-quality and relevant education more easily accessible for the Loita Maasai in the Narok district... more

Teacher training and school leaders' course, Southeast Kenya
October 2010
Teacher training and school leaders' course, Southeast Kenya, 2011
By contributing to the development of principals' leadership skills and teachers' professional skills, the... more

Banc d'Arguin, Mauritania
October 2010
NGO capability and community involvement, Banc d'Arguin, Mauritania, 2010
In Mauritania, local NGOs are trained and alternative sources of income for the local community are created... more

Sustainable conservation and food security, Région Maritime, Togo 2010-2011
October 2010
Sustainable conservation and food security, Région Maritime, Togo 2010
In 20 villages in the very poor southeast of Togo, 4.000 farmers are trained in organic farming and... more

Classroom in Filingué, Niger
October 2010
Educational Governance, Doutchi and Filingué, Niger, 2010
In the Niger departments of Dogondoutchi and Filingué, French NGO Aide et Action is dedicating itself to the improvement of... more

Renovation and expansion of vocational training center, Kisantu
October 2010
Renovation and expansion of vocational training center, Kisantu, D.R. Congo 2010-2011
The Bambale Foundation focuses on education, agriculture and health in the Democratic Republic... more

Djenné, Mali
October 2010
Construction of a school for elementary and secondary education, Djenné, Mali 2010
The Djenné Foundation focuses on education, the arts, and culture in the city of Djenné, Mali. In... more

Women's vocational school, Bandiagara, Mali
October 2010
Construction of a vocational school for women, Bandiagara, Mali, 2011
The Women and Labour Market Foundation (VAM) is a center of expertise for women's vocational schools. The... more

Family garden, Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2010
Protection of natural resources in Timbuktu, Mali, 2010
In ten villages in the Timbuktu region primarily women will be trained in organic market gardening and small livestock... more

IDEAL - Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy
October 2010
Main patron IDEAL consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy) 2010
This consortium of thirty Leprosy research groups will develop immunological tests in the coming years... more

Reforestation of desertified soil. Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2010
Communal management of grazing land and forest restoration in Ségou, Mali, 2010
The agricultural region Ségou frequently suffers from food shortages caused by the exhaustion of... more

Women using wood-saving ovens. Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2010
Sustainable management of the forest of Koubaye, Mali, 2010
This project aims to protect and restore 7,700 km2 of forest by making environmental agreements between the authorities... more

SmartKids in Training in Ghana
October 2010
Grants for Talented Underprivileged Children, Ghana 2010-2011
The SmartKids Foundation helps talented underprivileged children in Ghana to go to a reputable secondary school. The children are... more

Music Theatre Performances Frank Groothof, 2010-2011
October 2010
Children's Opera about Napoleon, 2010-2011
Frank Groothof succeeds time and again in enthusing and exciting large groups of children with classical music. The Turing Foundation... more

Geer van Velde in the Belvédère Museum, Friesland
October 2010
Main patron Bram and Geer van Velde, Museum Belvédère, Friesland, 2010-2011
The Belvédère Museum is preparing an exhibition on the work of artists and brothers Bram and Geer... more

Poetry anthology Simon Vestdijk
October 2010
Poetry anthology Simon Vestdijk, 2010
Over a period of four years, Van Oorschot Publishing will be publishing twelve beautiful, bound anthologies. Said anthologies hold the best... more

ASUDEC community garden, Turing project visit, Gampela, November 2010, Burkina Faso
October 2010
Ecological sustainability and the promotion of (small) livestock farming, Burkina Faso, 2010
In this project Heifer and the Louis Bolk Institute collaborate in the neighbourhood of... more

Progress at the building site, Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2010
Construction and equipment of a new Vocational Training Centre, Bamako, Mali, 2010
The Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland (SKN) is building a new vocational centre at the heart of... more

Bach Day - An Introduction to Bach at Dutch Primary Schools
October 2010
Bach Day - An Introduction to Bach at Dutch Primary Schools, 2010
The three-year project 'Bach Day' (Dag van Bach) focuses on primary schools across the country and... more

July 2010
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Paul Klee exhibition Klee and CoBrA - Child's Play (Kinderspel)
July 2010
Main patron Paul Klee exhibition, CoBrA Museum Amstelveen, 2012
The Cobra Museum organises an exhibition on the much-loved artist Paul Klee (1879-1940) and his relation to the CoBrA... more

CPMA Vocational training, Bamako, Turing project visit, November 2010
July 2010
Modern Teaching Equipment for vocational training centre CPMA, Bamako, Mali, 2010-2011
The Centre Professionel Mécanique Auto (CPMA) for vocational training in car engineering, will... more

VSO vocational training, Kenya, 2010-2012
July 2010
Upgrading five vocational training centres, Kenya, 2010
VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) sends professional experts to developing countries to share their knowledge with local... more

Competency-based Teaching as part of vocational training, Kumasi and Tamale, Ghana, 2010-2011
July 2010
Competency-based Teaching as part of vocational training, Kumasi en Tamale, Ghana, 2010-2011
The ETC (Educational Training Consultants) Technical Training programme focuses on human... more

harvesting manioc (cassava)
July 2010
Sustainable manioc cultivation, Ingoré, Guinea Bissau, 2010-2012
Apart from rice, the most important food plants in Guinea-Bissau are manioc, beans and sorghum. Local organisation... more

improved sustainable rice cultivation, Sangaréyah Bay, Guinée Bissau, 2010-2012
July 2010
Improved sustainable rice cultivation, Sangaréyah Bay, Guinée Bissau, 2010-2012
In Guinea-Bissau, local organisations ADEPAG and ODIL are collaborating to (re)introduce the... more

Free school meals, Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso, January 2011
July 2010
Free school meals, Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso, 2010
The WOL Foundation built the Zoodo educational complex in Ouahigouya, the capital of the province of Yatenga in Burkina Faso. Their... more

Leprosy in the spleen
July 2010
Research on immunopathology of leprosy 2010-2011
The leprosy bacterium has a high affinity for Schwann cells - cells that form a protective layer around nerves... more

The first ride of the 'Turingcar', october 2008
July 2010
Turing Car for the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum 2010
A special 'Turing Car' will transport children from Rotterdam and surroundings to and from the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum free of charge... more

Speed school, province of Kadiogo, Burkina Faso, 2010-2011
July 2010
Speed schools for 300 children, province of Kadiogo, Burkina Faso, 2010-2011
In Burkina Faso, Woord & Daad and partner CREDO started dozens of so-called speed schools. These schools... more

vocational training centre CPAEC under construction, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 2010
July 2010
ICT vocational training CPAEC, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 2010
The Zod Neere Foundation set up a vocational training centre for underprivileged youngsters in Ouagadougou. The centre... more

Sustainable soy cultivation around Lake Siré, Oueme, Benin, 2010-2012
July 2010
Sustainable soy cultivation around Lake Siré, Oueme, Benin, 2010-2012
Nature Tropicale focuses on the introduction and supervision of the sustainable cultivation of soy around Lake... more

Timbuktu region, Mali
July 2010
Preservation of Natural Resources, Timbuktu, Mali, 2010
Because of years of draught and a fast population growth, the natural vegetation of the Timbuktu region is under pressure. Because of this... more

CLASSWorks Programme, Kenia, Viafrica
July 2010
Computer rooms for Secondary Schools in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda 2010
Viafrica helps secondary schools to offer their students ICT education, and to ensure a well-educated middle class. Schools must take... more

De eerste gebouwen van het scholencomplex, Chepchoina, Kenia
July 2010
Construction and equipment of a trade school in Chepchoina, Kenya, 2010
The Elimu Mount Elgon Foundation facilitates educational initiatives in the Mount Elgon Region in Kenya. As... more

August 2011: One of 'our' park rangers at work in the Marine Reserve
July 2010
Lubombo Transfrontier Marine Protected Area, Mozambique/Zuid-Afrika, 2010
The Peace Parks Foundation is devoted to protecting those natural areas that are located across the borders... more

First graduation secondary school Kainam, September 2011
July 2010
Construction and equipment of the secondary school and teacher training, Kainam, Tanzania 2010
The Kamitei Foundation invests in primary and secondary education for rural children in Tanzania. Kamitei supplies facilities and goods, but also training... more

One of the Turing Foundation busses for School on Wheels, Cameroon, Turing project Visit, March 2012
July 2010
School on Wheels, Cameroon, 2010
School on Wheels takes children to school, and teachers to children. Apart from reading and writing, children are taught practical skills and competences that they... more

May 2010
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Henk van Loenen wins the Second Turing National Poetry Competition 2010/2011
May 2010
The Second Turing National Poetry Contest 2010-2011
The Turing National Poetry Contest is the only national poetry contest in the Netherlands that is accessible to everyone and is... more

Kianjau Primary School
May 2010
Educational/Food Programme for 10,000 school children, Thika, Kenya, 2010
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

Teacher Training Electricity & Renewable Energy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
May 2010
Teacher Training Electricity & Renewable Energy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2010
The Kram Ngoy Centre is a vocational training centre in Phnom Penh where 100 youths a year are trained to... more

Bach & Breakfast, monday 8 November 2010, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam
May 2010
The Amsterdam Cello Biannual 2010
This two-yearly international cello festival offers specialist performances, but is at the same time directed at a broad audience from all over the Netherlands, presenting easily accessible activities and cello concerts... more

Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2010-2013
May 2010
Main patron Dutch Youth String Orchestra NJSO 2010
The NJSO has 24 musicians. All of them are between the ages of 12 and 20 years old and are associated with the young talent... more

Technical vocational training, Rongo district, Kenya
May 2010
Technical vocational training, Rongo district, Kenya, 2010-2011
Edukans, in association with the Kenyan NGO ANPPCAN, is doing a 3-year project aimed at an improved accessibility to... more

New teaching tools, Kenia en Tanzania
May 2010
Teacher Training, Kenia en Tanzania, 2010
In Kenya and Tanzania, Terre des Hommes is working with local partners to improve the quality of secondary education at government schools.... more

Benno Tempel of the The Hague Gemeente Museum receives the € 450.000 Turing Art Award 2011
May 2010
The Second Turing Art Award, 2011
One of Turing Foundation's goals is to have more people enjoy the fine arts in Dutch museums. To that end, the Turing Foundation introduced the... more

Poetry anthologies Chris van Geel & Adriaan Morriën
May 2010
Poetry anthologies Van Geel & Morriën, 2010
Over a period of four years, Van Oorschot Publishing will be publishing twelve beautiful, bound anthologies. Said anthologies hold the... more

Improving quality of primary education and vocational training, Equatorial Province, D.R. Congo
May 2010
Improvement of primary and vocational education, Equatorial Province, D.R. Congo, 2010
Congodorpen contributes to the recovery and building up of education in the Equatorial... more

Teachers in training, Bukavu and Walungu, D.R. Congo
May 2010
Better access to education for vulnerable children, Bukavu and Walungu, D.R. Congo, 2010
In South Kivu, War Child strives for better access to education for vulnerable children.... more

Classical Music Evenings in the Vondelpark
May 2010
Free classical music at the Vondelpark 2010
On Sunday Summer mornings, renowned music ensembles render free classical music in the Amsterdam Vondelpark Theater. In 2010... more

Romantic Music Day 2010
May 2010
Romantic Music Day 2010
This year will see the 24th edition of 'Romantic Music Day', organized by the Buitengoed Foundation. During this free festival, musicians of renowned... more

Teacher Training solar energy at 6 technical schools, Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso
May 2010
Teacher Training solar enegry systems, Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, 2010-2011
At the request of six technical schools in Bobo Dioulasso, the ETC Technical Training Programme will... more

Constructing teacher residences for Loita High School, Kenya
May 2010
Construction of teacher residences for Loita High School in Entasekira, Kenya, 2010-2011
For several years now, Mill-Hill College in Goirle has been supporting the development of... more

School Performances 'Takkenherrie'
May 2010
Main patron Youth Concert 'Takkenherrie' 2010-2012
The Blikskaters! music group is part of the Alle Hoeken van de Kamermuziek Foundation, made up of musicians who started in... more

Slums in Rio de Janeiro
May 2010
Emergency aid in the Slum Area of Vila Cruzeiro, Rio de Janeiro, 2010
The IBISS Foundation supports the most marginalized groups of Brazil. In the slums, children are hardly stimulated to go to school... more


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March 2010
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Diane Arbus: Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967
March 2010
Main patron Diane Arbus - A Retrospective, FOAM Amsterdam, 2010
Diane Arbus (1923-1971) is one of the most fascinating and important photographers of the second half of the... more

School books for primary schools, Northwest Cameroon
March 2010
School book project for primary schools, Northwest Cameroon, 2010
Knowledge for Children supports rural schools in Northwest Cameroon by building up a decent book stock and... more

Tiener-bijscholingsprogramma, South Kivu, D.R. Congo
March 2010
Programme for tutoring teenagers in South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2010
ZOA Refugee Care wants to offer primary education in 3 years to youths from returnee families who missed one or more... more

Louise Bourgeois: Fragile Goddess, 2002
March 2010
Main patron Louise Bourgeois - Double Sexus, Den Haag Municipal Museum, 2010-2011
Louise Bourgeois (1911) is regarded as one of the most important artists still alive today. She was... more

Regreening Initiative, Niger
March 2010
Regreening Initiative, Niger, 2010
Niger is one of the poorest countries in the world, with three-quarters of its surface covered by desert and 85% of its population being entirely... more

Building the school in Mamfe, Cameroon
March 2010
Construction of a new school, Mamfe, Cameroon, 2010
LiveBuild, in association with United Action for Children (UAC), wants to set up a high-quality school in Mamfe. UAC has already... more

Muziekvoorstelling Wie temt de Koning?, 2010-2011
March 2010
Music performance Who will tame the king?, 2010-2011
The Apollo Ensemble has specialized in baroque performances played with authentic instruments. In Who will tame the... more

Ricciotti plays in a hospital
March 2010
Main patronage of the Ricciotti Ensemble 2010
The Ricciotti Ensemble consists of 40 idealistic conservatory students, and performs a minimum of 100 times a year. They seek out the... more

Medical school awaiting a roof, Kiliba, September 2010
March 2010
Construction of a medical school in Kiliba, D.R. Congo, 2010
Focus on Education, in association with the local NGO Fondation Chirezi, wants to set up an intermediate vocational... more

Solisa school in N'Goro, Turing project visit, November 2010
March 2010
Construction of a technical school in Kambila, Mali, 2010-2012
The Mali Foundation, in association with its local partner Solisa, will set up a basic technical school to provide... more

Operadagen Rotterdam
March 2010
Main patron Alla Turca, Rotterdam Opera days 2010
The Rotterdam Opera days were founded in 2001 to make opera accessible to everyone. For ten days straight there will be... more

Gereedschap voor Technisch Onderwijs, Tanzania
March 2010
Tools for technical vocational education, Tanzania, 2010
The Foundation for Refurbished Tools (Gered Gereedschap) collects and refurbishes tools and dispatches these to development... more

Teacher training in South Kivu, D.R. Congo
March 2010
Teacher training in South Kivu, D.R. Congo, 2010
Children in Crisis is a British NGO that works on educational projects in post-conflict zones such as Afghanistan, Sierra Leone and... more

A concert in the Classic Express
March 2010
The Princess Christina Concours - Classical Express, 2010
The Princess Christina Concours strives to excite as many children as possible for classical music. To that end, in 2007... more

Butterfly Works, Nairobi, Turing project visit 2009
March 2010
ICT Vocational Training Programmes, Nairobi, Kenia, 2010
NairoBits is a Digital Design School in Kenya's capital Nairobi, founded by Butterfly Works. NairoBits is currently being... more

WADEP Trainees,2006
March 2010
Social and financial skills for children, Ghana, 2010
Aflatoun provides children between the ages of 6 and 14 with important social and economic skills by teaching them about rights... more

NedPhO GO! Community Concerts
March 2010
Main patron of the Community Concerts of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, 2010
To make classical music more easily accessible to everyone, at least 30 concerts a year are played at unexpected venues for an audience that... more

A special poetry issue of De Gids
March 2010
Poetry in literary magazine De Gids 2010
The Dutch cultural and literary magazine De Gids has already been published for 170 years. Its aim is to promote literature and to... more

Farming and Livelihood Improvement Programme, Ghana
March 2010
Farming and Livelihood Improvement Programme, Ghana 2010
All over the world, SOS Kinderdorpen offers structural support to orphans and abandoned children. Over the past couple of... more

Women of Songtaaba, Turing project visit, November 2010
March 2010
Promotion and improvement of biological shea nut farming, Burkina Faso, 2010
For millions of African people, in particular women, the shea nut provides one of the most important... more

January 2010
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A photomicrograph of M. leprae from a leprosy skin lesion
January 2010
Research on treatment of early neuropathy in leprosy 2010
The TENLEP Research Consortium (Treatment of Early Neuropathy in Leprosy) is a large international association in which 14... more

Henri Matisse, Danse, 1910 (© Succession Henri Matisse c/o Pictoright Amsterdam 2010)
January 2010
Main patron Dance from Matisse, Hermitage, Amsterdam, 2010
In Spring 2010, the Amsterdam Hermitage organises an exhibition of 75 master pieces by artists like Picasso,... more

Kees van Dongen, Vinger aan de wang, 1910, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
January 2010
Main patron The Large Eyes of Kees van Dongen, Boijmans van Beuningen Museum, 2010-2011
Starting in September 2010, the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum will present an overview... more

Teacher training in Far North Region, Cameroon
January 2010
Teacher training in Northern Cameroon, 2010
VSO sends out vocational specialists to developing countries in Africa and Asia who can share their knowledge and experience with local... more

Sustainable fish production, Oueme river, Benin
January 2010
Sustainable fish production, Oueme river, Benin, 2010-2012
AquaDeD (Aquaculture et Développement Durable) is a young NGO from Benin which especially aims to further develop... more

Poetry Day 2010
January 2010
Main patron National Poetry Day 2010
Every year, National Poetry Day ('Gedichtendag') puts poetry in the national spotlight. On 28 January 2010 over three hundred poetry-related... more

immune biomarkers
January 2010
Research on identification of innate and adaptive immune biomarkers 2010
This LUMC (Leiden University Medical Centre) research gives more insight into certain immune pathological... more

Biologische teelt van rode peper, Igbodja regio, Benin
January 2010
Biological cultivation of red pepper, Igbodja region, Benin, 2010-2012
Since 1993, the Beninese organisation Action Plus is active in the fields of agriculture, environment and... more

Lisa Jacobs tijdens de opening van het Eerste Bach Festival in Dordrecht
January 2010
Main patron First Bach Festival, Dordrecht, 2010
The Bach Festival Dordrecht has the ambition to become the first biennial Bach festival in the Netherlands. It will offer 80 to 100... more

Vegetable gardens near the wetlands around Lake Doro, Mali
January 2010
Sustainable management of wetlands around Lake Doro, Mali, 2010-2011
9,500 people live in eight villages in the tidal area within the project region in South-West Mali: farmers, cattle-breeding nomads and fishermen. These people... more

mycobacterium leprae
January 2010
Research on impact of preventive interventions on the transmission of M. Leprae, 2010
The Erasmus University of Rotterdam and the KIT (Royal Tropical Institute) are together doing... more

Extra classrooms and teacher training, Bona, Burkina Faso
January 2010
Extra classrooms and teacher training, Bona, Burkina Faso, 2010
The Association for Small African Projects labours to improve the welfare of inhabitants of nine poor villages in... more

Amal Maher opens the Holland Festival 2010 with A Tribute to Umm Kulthum
January 2010
A Tribute to Umm Kulthum, Holland Festival 2010
For many years, the Holland Festival has brought the world's best artists to the Netherlands. The 2010 edition of the festival... more

Warenar by P.C. Hooft in castle Muiderslot
January 2010
Main patron Warenar by P.C. Hooft, 2010
The ambition of theatre company De Kale is to make classical poets and old Dutch texts accessible to a large Dutch audience. De Kale will... more

Income Generating Programma for Vocational Training, Kisumu, Kenia
January 2010
Construction of an income generating lodge for vocational training, Kisumu, Kenia, 2010
The Ujima Foundation offers vocational education for underprivileged children of Nakuru and... more

Nursery of economically interesting trees for analogous reforestation, Missahoe Forest Reserve, Togo
January 2010
Sustainable agriculture/forestry in the Missahoe Forest Reserve, Togo, 2010-2012
The IUCN is recovering part of a rainforest that has been seriously impoverished due to human activities, but still houses... more

Klassiek voor de Kazerne, Naarden-Vesting, 19 juni 2010
January 2010
Main patron Classical music in..., Hengelo en Naarden-Vesting, 2010
Classical music in ... was founded to bring free classical music concerts to towns and cities that hardly... more

Calefax Rietkwintet
January 2010
The Music Factory, school- and family concerts, 2010-2011
Calefax Reed Quintet has given more than 600 concerts in twenty countries since it was founded in 1985. The Times on... more

Old situation in Gountoëto
January 2010
Construction of new elementary school classrooms, Gountoëto, Benin, 2010
The Le Pont Foundation is active in Benin in the field of education, health care, water and sanitation. In... more

Stichting Weeshuis Sri Lanka
January 2010
Educational Programme for Orphanage, Harumalgoda, Sri Lanka, 2009
The Sri Lanka Orphanage Foundation develops an orphanage in Harumalgoda, Sri Lanka for 300 orphans. Many of them... more

Stichting Haashar, Pakistan
January 2010
School Support Programme in the Upper Shiran Valley, Pakistan 2009-2010
The Haashar Foundation of the Netherlands supports victims of the earthquake of 8 October 2005 in Northern... more


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October 2009
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Tree nursery for reforestation. Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2009
Communal management of grazing land and forest restoration in Ségou, Mali, 2009
The agricultural region Ségou frequently suffers from food shortages caused by the exhaustion of... more

Illusie en Werkelijkheid - Van Gogh Museum
October 2009
Illusion and Reality - Van Gogh Museum, 2010-2011
On 8 October 2010 an exhibition of Naturalist painting will be opened at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, presenting huge... more

Jobortunity Training Institute, Arusha, Tanzania
October 2009
Jobortunity Training Institute, Arusha, Tanzania, 2010
Jobortunity is a new training institute in the city of Arusha, Tanzania. Underprivileged young people can follow a one-year... more

Women at work on their own BOFA farm, Turing project visit, Februari 2012
October 2009
Organic gardening and 'night paddocks', Cameroon, 2009-2010
Njamnjama is a vegetable similar to spinach. In Cameroon the traditional production of this vegetable has not been able... more

One of the families who received goats. Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2009
Protection of natural resources in Timbuktu, Mali, 2009
In ten villages in the Timbuktu region primarily women will be trained in organic market gardening and small livestock... more

Chamber Music Concerts for youngsters, Amsterdam
October 2009
Chamber Music Concerts for youngsters, Amsterdam, 2009-2010
The IJ-Salon is a private initiative by members of the Concertgebouw Orchestra. The foundation wants to make first-rate... more

Vocational Training Centre Olokii, Tanzania
October 2009
Vocational Training Centre Olokii, Tanzania, 2009-2010
Dorcas Hulp Nederland has set up a vocational training centre in the poor, rural outskirts of the city of Arusha. In 2009 the... more

ASUDEC community garden, Turing project visit, Gampela, November 2010, Burkina Faso
October 2009
Ecological sustainability and the promotion of (small) livestock farming, Burkina Faso, 2009
In this project Heifer and the Louis Bolk Institute collaborate in the neighbourhood of... more

The Community Garden of The Hunger Project in Sapouy, Burkina Faso, Turing Project Visit, November 2010
October 2009
Sustainable Agricultural Programmes, Burkina Faso 2009
In Burkina Faso, the Hunger Project is working on the improvement of sustainable agricultural methods, the protection of affected parcels of forest, the... more

SmartKids in Training in Ghana
October 2009
Grants for Talented Underprivileged Children, Ghana 2009
The SmartKids Foundation helps talented underprivileged children in Ghana to go to a reputable secondary school. The children are... more

Forest conservation on small-scale cacao plantations, Wassa Amenfi District, Ghana
October 2009
Forest conservation on small-scale cacao plantations, Wassa Amenfi District, Ghana, 2009-2010
The Rural Environmental Care Association (RECA) focuses on the sustained use of land... more

Blacksmith making wood-saving oven. Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2009
Sustainable management of the forest of Koubaye, Mali, 2009
This project aims to protect and restore 7,700 km2 of forest by making environmental agreements between the authorities... more

One of the Van Gogh letters
October 2009
Vincent van Gogh: the artist and his letters, 2009-2010
After years of of intensive research, Vincent van Gogh's letters will be published in a 'definitive version': in five bound volumes with high-quality reproductions of all 2,000 works of art referred to in the letters... more

Organic production of 'Niebe', Darkoye Meer, Burkina Faso
October 2009
Introduction of the organic production of 'Niebe', Burkina Faso, 2009-2012
The floodplains around Lake Darkoye in the northwest of Burkina Faso are in the poor Sahel region, where... more

IDEAL - Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy
October 2009
Main patron IDEAL consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy) 2009
This consortium of thirty Leprosy research groups will develop immunological tests in the coming years... more

Lesson by Ex-Spinal Cord Lesion Patient in Bangladesh
October 2009
Construction and equipment Primary School, Chittachong, Bangladesh, 2009-2010
GlobalCare4All retrains spinal cord lesion patients to become teachers - a profession they are still able to practise - thereby meeting an enormous need. 130 children... more

Tree nursery in Séguénéga, Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2009
Developing organic vegetable gardens and orchards - Séguénéga, Burkina Faso, 2009-2010
The Burkinan organisation ADECUSS will teach 300 women in the extremely poor and dry northern... more

Pupils in Balochistan, Pakistan
October 2009
Improvement of education for 1,500 children in Balochistan, Pakistan 2009
This Save the Children project will, among other things, provide ten schools with educational materials, trainings for teachers,... more

Rainbow Home, Calcutta
October 2009
Education for 250 street children in Calcutta, India, 2009
A so-called 'Rainbow Home' is being realized in the Loreto Sealdah Day School in Calcutta. It accommodates 250 street children, and provides them with food, education,... more


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July 2009
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Georges Vantongerloo, Study, 1920 (Oil, 52 x 61.5 cm)
July 2009
Main patron Theo van Doesburg and the Avant-Garde, de Lakenhal, Leiden, 2009-2010
Hundreds of works that have never been seen before in the Netherlands, from Van Doesburg, Mondriaan, Moholy-Nagy, Lissitzky and others, will be... more

Progress  at the building site of the Bamako Vocational Training Centre, june 2010
July 2009
Construction and equipment of a Vocational Training Centre, Bamako, Mali, 2009
The Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland (SKN) is building a new vocational centre at the heart of the... more

Loita Maasai, Narok South District, Kenya
July 2009
Vocational Education for the Loita Maasai, Narok South District, Kenya, 2009
In Kenya, the Edukans Foundation works together with local organisation ILIDP to improve the... more

Restoration and protection of local ecosystems, Région des Savanes, Togo
July 2009
Restoration and protection of local ecosystems, Région des Savanes, Togo, 2009-2010
In the Région des Savanes in Northern Togo, a very poor region, the ecosystem is deteriorating at... more

Bach Day - An Introduction to Bach at Dutch Primary Schools
July 2009
Bach Day - An Introduction to Bach at Dutch Primary Schools, 2009-2010
The three-year project 'Bach Day' (Dag van Bach) focuses on primary schools across the country and... more

Music Theatre Performances Frank Groothof, 2009-2011
July 2009
Children's Opera based on Goethe's Faust, 2009-2010
Frank Groothof succeeds time and again in enthusing and exciting large groups of children with classical music. The Turing... more

Vocational Training: Carpentry, Mai Mahiu, Kenya
July 2009
Vocational Education in Mai Mahiu, Kenya, 2009-2010
The Red een Kind Foundation supports children in developing countries who suffer from poverty, discrimination, disasters or... more

School Improvement Programme, Kenya
July 2009
School Improvement Programme, Kenya, 2009-2010
Net4Kids supports the School Improvement Programme in Kenya, launched by the organisation International Child Support. Representatives... more

Geer van Velde in the Belvédère Museum, Friesland
July 2009
Main patron Bram and Geer van Velde, Museum Belvédère, Friesland, 2009
The Belvédère Museum is preparing an exhibition on the work of artists and brothers Bram and Geer van... more

Workers are being trained in recognizing and preventing leprosy (Cambodia 2009)
July 2009
Field Projects Leprosy Control, Cambodia 2009
The Leprosy Foundation works together with the CIOMAL organisation on Leprosy control in Cambodia. The quality of diagnostics is a... more

Classical Music Evenings in the Vondelpark
July 2009
Free classical music at the Vondelpark 2009
On Sunday Summer mornings, renowned music ensembles render free classical music in the Amsterdam Vondelpark Theater. In 2009... more

The new Vovational Training Centre, Kisumu, January 2011
July 2009
Construction and equipment for a new Vocational Training Centre, Kisumu, Kenya, 2009-2011
Together with local organisations BIG Ltd and Pandipieri Centre, Afri-Can... more

The first ride of the 'Turingcar', 1 october 2008
July 2009
Turing Car for the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum 2009
A special 'Turing Car' will transport children from Rotterdam and surroundings to and from the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum free of charge. What's more, each... more

'Immunopathology of leprosy: dissecting mechanisms of immune-mediated tissue damage in leprosy, and identification of new targets for intervention'
July 2009
Research on immunopathology of leprosy 2009
The leprosy bacterium has a high affinity for Schwann cells - cells that form a protective layer around nerves... more

UAF dimplomas 2008
July 2009
Foundation for Refugee Students UAF, 2009
The UAF supports refugees and asylum seekers with a higher education in their further training and in finding work by means of providing money, advice and supervision. Around 300 UAF-students will graduate... more

Vocational training for children in Cameroon
July 2009
School on Wheels, Cameroon, 2009
School on Wheels takes children to school, and teachers to children. Apart from reading and writing, children are taught practical skills and competences that they... more

Timbuktu region, Mali
July 2009
Preservation of Natural Resources, Timbuktu, Mali, 2009
Because of years of draught and a fast population growth, the natural vegetation of the Timbuktu region is under pressure. Because of this... more

CLASSWorks Programme, Tanzania, Viafrica
July 2009
Computer rooms for Secondary Schools in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda 2009
Viafrica helps secondary schools to offer their students ICT education, and to ensure a well-educated middle class. Schools must take... more

Informal Skills Training Programma, Turing project visit 2009
July 2009
Informal Skills Training Program, Nairobi, Kenya, 2009-2010
The Edukans Foundation works on vocational and practically-oriented education for youth in Nairobi in a profession that they choose themselves and that they will later be able to practise independently. After that, they will apprentice themselves to... more

Leprosy Field Visit in Luang Namtha, Laos
July 2009
Field Projects Leprosy Control, Laos 2009
In Laos leprosy occurs mostly among minorities that are hard to reach. Mutilations are often severe and irreparable if the... more

Ricciotti plays in a hospital
July 2009
Main patronage of the Ricciotti Ensemble 2009
The Ricciotti Ensemble consists of 40 idealistic students who give 100 concerts a year at venues such as care homes, prisons, schools and asylum centres, for people who hardly ever... more

NedPhO GO! Community Concerts
July 2009
Main patron of the Community Concerts of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, 2009
To make classical music more easily accessible to everyone, at least 30 concerts a year are played at unexpected venues for an audience that... more

IBISS
July 2009
Education in the Slum Area of Vila Cruzeiro, Rio de Janeiro, 2009
The IBISS Foundation supports the most marginalized groups of Brazil. In the slums, children are hardly stimulated to go to school... more

Oudeschilders Visserskoor, Texel
July 2009
Festival for Shanty Choirs, Den Burg, 2010
The 50-headed Oudeschilder Visserskoor sings traditional fishermen's songs, not only at festivities but also in nursing homes and... more

students of the computer courses 2008
July 2009
Computer lessons, Philippines, 2009
Zone One Tondo Organisation (ZOTO) is a popular movement which helps poor people of the Philippines aged 10 to 24, with education as well as... more


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May 2009
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The Turing Art Award 2009 for the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
May 2009
The Turing Art Award 2009 - Mike Kelley, a retrospective, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2009-2011
The exhibition concept 'Mike Kelley, a Retrospective' submitted by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam has won the € 450.000 Turing Art Award... more

April 2009
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The Turing National Poetry Competition
April 2009
The First Turing National Poetry Contest 2009-2010
On 21 April 2009 the Turing National Poetry Competition was launched. This is the first national poetry contest that is open to... more

Portrait of Aeltje Uylenburgh, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1632
April 2009
Exhibition "Made in Holland", Mauritshuis, The Hague, 2010-2011
In the Autumn of 2010 the Mauritshuis organises an exhibition of 44 Dutch masterworks from the Golden Age that... more

Farming and Livelihood Improvement Programme, Ghana
April 2009
Farming and Livelihood Improvement Programme, Ghana 2009
All over the world, SOS Kinderdorpen offers structural support to orphans and abandoned children. Over the past couple of... more

Old situation in Balandougou, Mali
April 2009
Construction and equipment of a primary school in Balandougou, Mali, 2009
The Dutch Mali Foundation and its regular Malinese partner Solisa support the local people in the hills... more

Corneille, African Children, ca. 1957, litho
April 2009
Exhibition 'Art and Games', Kortenhoef, 2009
The Kunst aan de Dijk Foundation has been organising exhibitions of Dutch painters for over 25 years. The foundation will exhibit a... more

Pitié by Les Ballets C de la B
April 2009
Pitié, Holland Festival 2009
Since 1947 the annual Holland Festival has staged a wide array of impressive and high-profile artistic projects from all over the world,... more

Kianjau Primary School
April 2009
Educational/Food Programme for 1180 children of Several Primary Schools in Thika, Kenya, 2009-2009
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

International Festival of Windplaying On Wings!
April 2009
International wind instruments festival On Wings! 2009
In June 2009 the city of Groningen will stage On Wings!, Holland's first wind instruments festival. Players of wind... more

Brisk Recorder Quartet Amsterdam
April 2009
Brisk Recorder Quartet Amsterdam, 2009-2010
Over the years, the Brisk Recorder Quartet has built a firm reputation, particularly when it comes to performances for children. BRISK is... more

Thanks to a prosthesis, these children can now go to school
April 2009
Educational projects Liliane Foundation 2009
The Liliane Foundation provides direct, small-scale and tailor-made help to handicapped children in... more

The first anthologies in 2009
April 2009
Poetry anthologies Vasalis & Hanlo, 2009
Publishing house Van Oorschot is planning to publish twelve beautifully printed hardcover anthologies in the course of four years. These... more

Residentie Bach Choir and Residentie Orchestra
April 2009
Matthew Passion by Residentie Bach Ensembles, 2009
Each year, the Residentie Bach Ensembles offer a varied concert programme of classical music, aiming to reach as many young... more

The new Zoodo college buildings in Yatenga, 2009
April 2009
Construction of an educational institute in Yatenga, Burkina Faso, 2007-2009
The WOL Foundation is building an educational institute in Burkina Faso to further develop vocational training for rural youngsters in the region, and to prevent a relapse into illiteracy... more

A special poetry issue of De Gids
April 2009
Poetry in literary magazine De Gids 2009
The Dutch cultural and literary magazine De Gids has already been published for 170 years. Its aim is to promote literature and to... more

support for Kamitei
April 2009
Construction and equipment of the secondary school and teacher training, Kainam, Tanzania 2009
The Kamitei Foundation invests in primary and secondary education for rural children in Tanzania. Kamitei supplies facilities and goods, but also training... more

Shalom Centre, Katutura, Windhoek, Namibia
April 2009
Education for Aids Orphans and Street Children in Katutura, Namibia, 2009
Stichting Pappa ensures that a group of 80 AIDS orphans and street children in Windhoek can go to school... more

Computer Science, Doganovo, Bulgaria
April 2009
Teaching programmes in children's homes, Doganovo and Roman, Bulgaria, 2007-2009
The Foundation Kindertehuizen Bulgarije supports five children's homes near Sofia, where 400 children... more


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January 2009
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Poetry Day 2009
January 2009
Main patron National Poetry Day 2009
Every year, National Poetry Day ("Gedichtendag") puts poetry in the national spotlight. On 29 January 2009 over three hundred poetry-related... more

Chepchoina, Kenia
January 2009
Construction and equipment of a trade school in Chepchoina, Kenya, 2009
The Elimu Mount Elgon Foundation facilitates educational initiatives in the Mount Elgon Region in Kenya. As... more

Technical and vocational training in Nyonko and Fada N'Gourma, Burkina Faso
January 2009
Technical and vocational training, Nyonko and Fada N'Gourma, Burkina Faso, 2009
By boosting technical training, ETC's Technical Training Programme focuses on human resource... more

Rit langs het Scheveningse strand, Anton Mauve, 1976
January 2009
Main patron Anton Mauve exhibitions, Singer Museum, Laren and Teylers Museum, Haarlem, 2009-2010
In the Autumn of 2009 The Singer Museum in Laren and the Teylers Museum in Haarlem... more

Meijer de Haan, Motherhood, 1889
January 2009
Main patron Meijer de Haan retrospective, Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam, 2009-2010
From 11 October 2009 the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam will present a generous... more

The old school building of Agome Anedi - no lessons during the rainy season
January 2009
Construction and equipment of a school in Agome Anedi, Togo, 2009
Having collaborated with Les Compagnons Ruraux on nature conservation before, under the supervision of this... more

Beroepsonderwijs voor kansarme jongeren in Dhaka, Bangladesh
January 2009
Vocational training for underprivileged young people in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2009
The Vialisa Foundation's aim is to offer a more hopeful perspective to the underprivileged youth in... more

Women of Songtaaba, Turing Visit November 2010
January 2009
Promotion and improvement of biological shea nut farming, Burkina Faso, 2009
For millions of African people, in particular women, the shea nut provides one of the most important... more

KamerOpera Festival 2009
January 2009
Chamber Opera Festival 2009
Zwolle's Chamber Orchestra Festival is the only festival dedicated exclusively to chamber opera and small-scale musical theatre. For as many as ten days... more

Inhabitants of Sinia, Democratic Republic of Congo
January 2009
Construction of an ecological school in Sinia, D.R. Congo, 2009-2011
The Wasmoeth Wildlife Foundation protects animals threatened with extinction. One of its projects is the... more

Inrichting van twee schoolbibliotheken in Kabul, Afghanistan
January 2009
Furnishing two school libraries in Kabul, Afghanistan, 2009
The Paymaan Foundation provides structural educational support to children in Afghanistan. Apart from financing the... more

De Orkestkeuken
January 2009
Main patron 'The Orchestra Kitchen' 2009
The Holland Symfonia is one the major Dutch symphony orchestras, acting as the regular accompanist of the Dutch National Ballet and... more

Turing Art Award 2009Photo: Vincent van Gogh, Zelfportret als schilder, 1888  (c)Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
January 2009
The First Turing Art Award, 2009
One of the aims of the Turing Foundation is to enable a greater number of people to enjoy art in Dutch museums. This is why in December 2008 the... more

The old school building
January 2009
Construction of two schools in Efa and Sofiè, Togo, 2009
The R.C. Maagdenhuis Foundation supports locally initiated small-scale projects in developing countries. A network of local... more

The school in Kuma Konda
January 2009
Extension and furnishing of a school in Kuma Konda, Togo, 2009
Having collaborated with Les Compagnons Ruraux on nature conservation before, under the supervision of this Togolese... more

Butterfly Works, Nairobi, Kenya
January 2009
ICT Vocational Training Programmes, Nairobi, Kenia, 2009
NairoBits is a Digital Design School in Kenya's capital Nairobi, founded by Butterfly Works. NairoBits is currently being... more

WADEP Trainees,2006
January 2009
Social and financial skills for children, Ghana, 2009
Aflatoun provides children between the ages of 6 and 14 with important social and economic skills by teaching them about rights... more


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October 2008
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The Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation and resource Area - Mozambique
October 2008
Establishing Lubombo Transfrontier Marine Protected Area, Mozambique/Zuid-Afrika, 2009
The Peace Parks Foundation is devoted to protecting those natural areas that are located... more

Nicolas de stael, Montagne Sainte-Victoire, 1954
October 2008
Main patron Paris Central, CoBrA Museum, Amstelveen, 2009-2010
The Cobra Movement was established in 1948 in Paris, the capital of European art of that time. In those years,... more

Jan Lievens (1607-1674), self-portrait c 1629
October 2008
Main patron 'Jan Lievens - A Dutch Master Rediscovered', Rembrandthuis Amsterdam, 2009
Jan Lievens was a prodigy child who lived in the seventeenth century. He established... more

Vocational Training Centre, Februari 2011, Nairobi, Kenya
October 2008
Construction of a vocational training centre in Nairobi, Kenia, 2009-2011
The mission of ChildsLife International is to improve the lives of needy children in developing countries.... more

The new school under construction - november 2010
October 2008
Construction of a primary school in Isitu, Tanzania, 2009-2012
Connect International supports small-scale sustainable self-help projects of local organisations in developing... more

Democrats are more beautiful (after Jonathan Horowitz), 2001,Coll. Laura and Stafford Broumand
October 2008
Main patron Elizabeth Peyton exhibition, Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, 2009-2010
The Bonnefanten Museum celebrates its 125th anniversary with several special exhibitions, such as... more

Leprosy Research - Role of Newly Defined T-Cells
October 2008
Research on immunopathology of leprosy 2008
The leprosy bacterium has a high affinity for Schwann cells - cells that form a protective layer around nerves... more

School children in front of the new building, Turing project visit, November 2010
October 2008
Construction of a primary school in N'goro, Mali, 2009
The Dutch Mali Foundation and its permanent Malinese partner Solisa together support the community living in the hills around... more

Svadebka! The Village Wedding
October 2008
World Premiere Svadebka! The Village Wedding, 2009
Svadebka! De Dorpsbruiloft (The Village Wedding) is the completed version of Stravinsky's unfinished instrumentation of Les... more

The Children's Concert of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
October 2008
Main patron of the Children's Concert of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, 2009
Following the success of Benjamin's Orchestra in 2007, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra will in the... more

Opera per Tutti
October 2008
Opera per Tutti - Opera for everybody, 2008-2009
Opera per Tutti puts on operas of good quality in an informal atmosphere. Parts of well-known or less famous operas are performed in... more

An Earlier Shipment of Rescued and Refurbished Tools for the Ghana Young Artisan Movement
October 2008
Tools for technical vocational education, Ghana, 2009
500 volunteers of the Gered Gereedschap Foundation collect and recycle used tools and send them on request to development... more

Khon Kaen Primary School, Laos - old situation
October 2008
Construction and equipment of a primary school in Sukuma, Laos, 2009
Child's Dream helps underprivileged children in the Mekong region by improving the social circumstances and the... more

The Secret of Silence - Roermondse Kartuizers
October 2008
Main patron of The Secret of Silence, Roermond, 2009
Stichting De Roermondse Kartuizers (The Carthusians of Roermond Foundation) organises the exhibition 'Het Geheim van de... more

Vocational carpentry training - Red een Kind Foundation, Kenya
October 2008
Vocational training in Mai Mahiu, Kenya, 2008
Red een Kind supports children in developing countries who are confronted with poverty, discrimination, disasters or diseases by means... more

Furaha Mixed Day Secondary School, Wajir, Kenya
October 2008
Construction and equipment of secondary school library, renovation of vocational training building, Wajir, Kenya, 2008-2009
The Stichting Welzijn Wajir (Welfare Wajir Foundation)... more

Stichting Haashar, Pakistan
October 2008
School Support Programme in the Upper Shiran Valley, Pakistan 2008
The Haashar Foundation of the Netherlands supports victims of the earthquake of 8 October 2005 in Northern... more

Teacher Training, Hugo van Lawick Foundation
October 2008
Teacher training and nature education, Ido Eco Community, Tanzania, 2008-2010
Hugo van Lawick devoted his life to observing and capturing nature. He was married to Jane Goodall and... more

Capella Frisiae in concert
October 2008
Christmas concerts Händel and Purcell, Groningen, Leeuwarden, Emmen, 2008
Capella Frisiae is a professional chamber choir which is well-known in the North of the Netherlands.... more

One of the Van Gogh letters
October 2008
The letters of Vincent van Gogh, 2008-2009
After years of of intensive research, Vincent van Gogh's letters will be published in a 'definitive version': in five bound volumes with high-quality reproductions of all 2,000 works of art referred to in the letters... more

Students at work in the Vocational Training Centre in Nyakabiga, Burundi
October 2008
Improvement of vocational training in Nyakabiga, Burundi, 2008
SOS Children's Villages is particularly known for the special 'villages' they have built in more than 100 countries, where orphans can... more

Pupils in Balochistan, Pakistan
October 2008
Improvement of education for 1,500 children in Balochistan, Pakistan 2008
This Save the Children project will, among other things, provide ten schools with educational materials, trainings for teachers,... more

Rainbow Home, Calcutta
October 2008
Education for 250 street children in Calcutta, India, 2007-2008
A so-called 'Rainbow Home' is being realized in the Loreto Sealdah Day School in Calcutta. It accommodates 250 street children, and provides them with food, education,... more

NedPhO GO! Community Concerts
October 2008
Main patron of the Community Concerts of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra 2008
To make classical music more easily accessible to everyone, at least 30 concerts a year are played at unexpected venues for an audience that... more

students of the computer courses 2008
October 2008
Computer lessons, Philippines, 2008
Zone One Tondo Organisation (ZOTO) is a popular movement which helps poor people of the Philippines aged 10 to 24, with education as well as... more


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July 2008
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Jan van Scorel, Portrait of Agatha van Schoonhoven, 1529
July 2008
Main patron Retrospective Exhibition Jan van Scorel, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2009
Jan van Scorel was one of the first Dutch painters to practice the new Renaissance style of painting. The Centraal Museum of Utrecht... more

SmartKids in Training in Ghana
July 2008
Grants for Talented Underprivileged Children, Ghana 2008
The SmartKids Foundation helps talented underprivileged children in Ghana to go to a reputable secondary school. The children are... more

IDEAL - Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy
July 2008
Main patron IDEAL consortium (Initiative for Diagnostic and Epidemiological Assays for Leprosy) 2008
This consortium of thirty Leprosy research groups will develop immunological tests in the coming years... more

Haaglanden Chamber Music Festival
July 2008
Haaglanden Chamber Music Festival 2008
Haaglanden Chamber Music Festival explicitly aims to interest also the younger generation in chamber music. In 2008 the festival... more

Amsterdamse Cello Biënnale, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ
July 2008
The Amsterdam Cello Biennale 2008
This two-yearly international cello festival offers specialist performances, but is at the same time directed at a broad audience, presenting easily accessible activities and cello concerts... more

Students under Training
July 2008
Vocational Programme Organic Food Production, Sanka, Ghana, 2008-2009
The Bebo Bakery Foundation sets up a training centre for biological food production in Sanka, Ghana. 20 young women are trained to... more

A Basic Child Development, Kameroen
July 2008
Teacher Training Underprivileged Youth, Manyu Division, Cameroon 2008
The remote province of Manyu Division in Cameroon has an urgent lack of qualified teachers. The ABCD Foundation pays for the tuition of underprivileged... more

ANCO training in beekeeping and honey production, Bemanda, Kameroen, 2010
July 2008
Community Forest, Bamenda High Mountains, Cameroon, 2008-2010
ANCO introduces and stimulates sustainable agriculture and other types of sustainable sources of income... more

Wereld Natuur Fonds
July 2008
The Coral Triangle Initiative, 2008-2012
There is no place on earth that is home to such great biodiversity as the coral triangle. The Turing Foundation contributes € 3,000,000 to... more

Kianjau Primary School
July 2008
Educational/Food Programme for 1180 children of Several Primary Schools in Thika, Kenya, 2008
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya supports several primary schools by providing... more

Lesson by Ex-Spinal Cord Lesion Patient in Bangladesh
July 2008
Construction and equipment Primary School, Chittachong, Bangladesh, 2008
GlobalCare4All retrains spinal cord lesion patients to become teachers - a profession they are still able to practise - thereby meeting an enormous need. 130 children... more

Luc Tuymans, Die Diagnostische Blick, 1996
July 2008
Contemporary Art Exhibition: Not Normal, Beurs van Berlage, 2009-2010
The manifestation Not Normal - Difference on Display is centred on an international visual art exhibition displaying paintings by Marlene Dumas, Louise Bourgeois, Luc Tuymans, Marc Quinn... more

Vincent van Gogh, a Life in Paintings
July 2008
Music Theatre Vincent van Gogh, a Life in Paintings, 2008-2009
The most recent music theatre production by Frank Groothof shows the life of Van Gogh, accompanied by music from contemporaries of Van Gogh - like Mendelssohn, Satie, Fauré... more

Construction of the primary school in Dangbo, Benin
July 2008
Construction of a Primary School in Dangbo, Benin, 2009
The Le Pont Foundation constructs schools in Benin that are provided with teachers by the government and are run on parental contributions. In 2008 a new primary school for 100 children... more

Books for Tokokoe, Ghana
July 2008
School Books for Developing Countries, 2008
The Read to Grow Foundation collects second-hand recreational and school books and sends them to village schools in developing countries... more

Visit to the Community Garden of The Hunger Project in Sapouy, Burkina Faso, November 2010
July 2008
Sustainable Agricultural Programmes, Burkina Faso, 2008
In Burkina Faso, the Hunger Project is working on the improvement of sustainable agricultural methods, the protection of affected parcels of forest, the... more

Tree nursery of CENDEP (Centre for Nursery Development and Eru Propagation), Turing Project Visit, Februari 2012
July 2008
Restoration of Mountain Forests by Introduction of Analogue Forestry, Bamenda High Mountains, Cameroon, 2008
The high mountains of Bamenda are sometimes referred to as the storehouse of Cameroon... more

Shalom Centre, Katature, Windhoek, Namibia
July 2008
Education for Aids Orphans and Street Children in Katutura, Namibia, 2008
Stichting Pappa ensures that a group of 80 AIDS orphans and street children in Windhoek can go to school... more

memorable moments
July 2008
Classical Music Performances for Small Children, Utrecht, 2008-2009
The MEMO Foundation puts small children - who are still fully receptive - into contact with live classical music. This year, MEMO plans... more

IUCN Project Sustainable Agriculture
July 2008
Sustainable Cocoa Production Eastern and Ashanti Region, Ghana, 2008-2010
As in many other countries, the production of cocoa leads to serious deforestation and forest degradation in Ghana... more

Stichting Weeshuis Sri Lanka
July 2008
Educational Programme for Orphanage, Harumalgoda, Sri Lanka, 2008
The Sri Lanka Orphanage Foundation constructs and develops an orphanage in Harumalgoda, Sri Lanka for 300 orphans. Many of them... more

Meningitis Township Project, South Africa
July 2008
Meningitis Township Project, South-Africa, 2008-2009
Meningitis as a result of tuberculosis is a serious threat for young children in South Africa. There is an increased risk of... more

May 2008
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The first ride of the 'Turingcar', 1 october 2008
May 2008
Turing Car for the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum 2008
A special 'Turing Car' will transport children from Rotterdam and surroundings to and from the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum and the Chabot Museum free of charge. What's more, each... more

The first three new classrooms under construction
May 2008
Construction and equipment of a primary school, Kisantu, D.R. Congo, 2008-2009
The Bambale Foundation focuses on education, agriculture and health care in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The foundation is now building durable educational facilities... more

Leprosy patients in the Kien Klean revalidation centre in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Photo: Nicole Slootweg)
May 2008
Field Projects Leprosy Control, Cambodia 2008
The Leprosy Foundation works together with the CIOMAL organisation on Leprosy control in Cambodia. The quality of diagnostics is a... more

Chamber Opera 'Il Turco In Italia' by the NBE
May 2008
Rossini's Opera Il Turco In Italia, Nederlands Blazers Ensemble, 2008
The 'Nederlands Blazers Ensemble (NBE)' has created a 'new' opera genre - the chamber opera - suitable to be performed at all kinds of locations. The music is well-accessible for... more

Vocational training for children in Cameroon
May 2008
School on Wheels, Cameroon, 2008
School on Wheels takes children to school, and teachers to children. Apart from reading and writing, children are taught practical skills and competences that they... more

Wouter van Bemmel's 'Persweeën': piece of music for printing press and orchestra
May 2008
Wouter van Bemmel "Persweeën", 2008
The sound of printing presses running and the Monotype pouring machine form the basis of this piece of music by Wouter van Bemmel. The composition will... more

'Ik en de Koningin' by the Max Tak Orchestra
May 2008
Music Theatre "Ik en de Koningin", Max Tak, 2008-2009
Children who have never before seen an orchestra perform live, and have no knowledge of classical music, can in this show... more

Timbuktu region, Mali
May 2008
Preservation of Natural Resources, Timbuktu, Mali, 2008
Because of years of draught and a fast population growth, the natural vegetation of the Timbuktu region is under pressure. Because of this... more

Leprosy control in Laos, 2008 (Photo Dr. Richard de Soldenhoff)
May 2008
Field Projects Leprosy Control, Laos 2008
In Laos leprosy occurs mostly among minorities that are hard to reach. Mutilations are often severe and irreparable if the... more

Noorderkerk Concerts: Marketplace for Music 2008
May 2008
Noorderkerk Concerts: Marketplace for Music 2008
The Noorderkerk Concerts Foundation each year performs a series of 30 to 35 short, easily accessible concerts of high quality in an informal atmosphere.... more

Presentation of the Golden Albatros NK Poetry Slam
May 2008
Poetry Circus 2008
The Poetry Circus organises literature and poetry performances for a young, new and varied audience, such as the Poetry Slam. The combination of experienced poets and new talent turns out to be a great success.... more

Informal Skills Training Programma, Kenia
May 2008
Informal Skills Training Program, Nairobi, Kenya, 2008
The Edukans Foundation works on vocational and practically-oriented education for youth in Nairobi in a profession that they choose themselves and that they will later be able to practise independently. After that, they will apprentice themselves to... more

UAF dimplomas 2008
May 2008
Foundation for Refugee Students UAF, 2008
The UAF supports refugees and asylum seekers with a higher education in their further training and in finding work by means of providing money, advice and supervision. Around 300 UAF-students will graduate... more

Music Registrations of previous Delft Chamber Music Festivals
May 2008
Delft Chamber Music Festival 2008
The Delft Chamber Music Festival has been organising performances of chamber music in the summer months for over 20 years. Every year, around 6,000 music lovers visit... more

Ricciotti plays in a hospital
May 2008
Main patronage of the Ricciotti Ensemble 2008
The Ricciotti Ensemble consists of 40 idealistic students who give 100 concerts a year at venues such as care homes, prisons, schools and asylum centres, for people who hardly ever... more

The new Zoodo school buildings in Yatenga
May 2008
Construction of an educational institute in Yatenga, Burkina Faso, 2008
The WOL Foundation is building an educational institute in Burkina Faso to further develop vocational training for rural youngsters in the region, and to prevent a relapse into illiteracy... more

IBISS
May 2008
Education in the Slum Area of Vila Cruzeiro, Rio de Janeiro, 2008
The IBISS Foundation supports the most marginalized groups of Brazil. In the slums, children are hardly stimulated to go to school... more


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February 2008
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Macha Innovative Community School, Macha, Zambia, july 2009
February 2008
Construction Macha Innovative Community School, Macha, Zambia, 2009
PrivaServe increases the independence and autonomy of the rural population in developing countries.... more

A special poetry issue of De Gids
February 2008
Poetry in literary magazine De Gids 2008
The Dutch cultural and literary magazine De Gids has already been published for 170 years. Its aim is to promote literature and to... more

Holland Festival 2008: La Pasion segun San Marcos
February 2008
Main patron La Pasion segun San Marcos, Holland Festival 2008
International art critics have called it "the first masterpiece of the 21st century". In this swinging, large choral work, the Argentinean composer... more

Pupils at the URDT Girls School (Uganda) learning agricultural techniques
February 2008
Support for URDT Girls School, Kibaale, Uganda, 2008
The Ugandan URDT trains people in the district of Kibaale, Uganda, who have to live on less than $1 per day. The URDT Girls School offers training... more

Young Africa Skills Center, Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe
February 2008
Young Africa Skills Center, Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe, 2008
Young Africa offers support in the education of underprivileged young people between 15 and 25 years of age. Repro-ducible model projects... more

the first two anthologies: november 2008
February 2008
Poetry anthologies Van Schagen & Der Mouw, 2008
Twelve beautifully printed hardcover anthologies will be published in the coming four years. Featuring the very best poems by excellent Dutch poets presented by well-known... more

Classical Music Evenings in the Vondelpark
February 2008
Free classical music in the Vondelpark 2008
On Thursday Summer nights, renowned music ensembles render free classical music in the Amsterdam Vondelpark Openluchttheater. In 2008... more

CLASSWorks program, Tanzania, Viafrica
February 2008
Computer rooms for secondary schools in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda 2008
Viafrica helps secondary schools to offer their students ICT education, and to ensure a well-educated middle class. Schools must take... more

support for Kamitei
February 2008
Construction and equipment of the secondary school and teacher training, Kainam, Tanzania 2008
The Kamitei Foundation invests in primary and secondary education for rural children in Tanzania. Kamitei supplies facilities and goods, but also training... more

Alfred Schaffer in the new Kröller-Müller Amphitheater (Zwoele Zomeravond 7-7-2007)
February 2008
The 'Zwoele Zomeravonden' of the Kröller-Müller Museum, 2008
The Kröller-Müller Museum is famous for its collection and its sculpture garden. To increase the interest in the collection and reach new audiences... more

VCSC visiting the Camillian Social Center in Rayong, Thailand
February 2008
Tuition Fees for HIV-Infected Orphans, Rayong, Thailand, 2008
The Friends of Camillian Social Center provides tuition fees for HIV or AIDS-infected Orphans in Rayong, Thailand... more

Computer Science, Doganovo, Bulgaria
February 2008
Teaching programmes in children's homes, Doganovo and Roman, Bulgaria, 2007-2009
The Foundation Kindertehuizen Bulgarije supports five children's homes near Sofia, where 400 children... more

November 2007
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sustainable agricultural projects in Africa
November 2007
€ 1.000.000 for sustainable IUCN agricultural projects in Africa, 2009-2010
After the realization of several successful projects within the Small Grants Programme of IUCN Nederland, the Turing Foundation has decided... more

Students at work in the Vocational Training Centre in Nyakabiga, Burundi
November 2007
Improvement of vocational training in Nyakabiga, Burundi, 2007
SOS Children's Villages is particularly known for the special 'villages' they have built in more than 100 countries, where orphans can... more

New school books arriving in Mae Sariang
November 2007
Support for the schools in North-West Thailand, 2007-2008
The Samsara Foundation organises concrete and small-scaled projects for the improvement of education in North-West Thailand, where 25,000 underprivileged children... more

Portrait of an emissary from the kingdom of Congo, probably Don Miguel de Castro, ca 1645, attributed to Albert Eckhout.
November 2007
Main patron of 'Back to Zeeland', Zeeuws Museum, 2008
In the first large Summer exhibition at the renewed Zeeuws Museum, important showpieces from... more

Poetry Week - First Love
November 2007
De Week van de Poëzie 2008
At least 60 poetry events are taking place in April 2008, organised by libraries, book shops, publishers and... more

Thanks to a prosthesis, these children can now go to school
November 2007
Educational projects Liliane Foundation 2008
The Liliane Foundation provides direct, small-scale and tailor-made help to handicapped children in... more

Renovating the Milalani Primary School, Msambweni
November 2007
Construction and renovation of the Milalani Primary School, Msambweni, Kenya, 2008
The Twiga Foundation focuses on education in Msambweni, Kenya and contributes to quality... more

Residentie Bach Choir and Residentie Orchestra
November 2007
Matthew Passion translated/adapted by Jan Rot, 2008
The Residentie Bach Ensembles offer a varied concert programme of classical music in 2008 and 2009, aiming to reach as many young people... more

Frank Groothof plays Porgy & Bess
November 2007
Family show of Gershwin's Porgy & Bess, 2007-2008
With his opera arrangements, Frank Groothof succeeds time and again in enthusing and exciting large groups of children... more

World Orchestra of Jeunesses Musicales
November 2007
Concerts of the World Orchestra of Jeunesses Musicales, 2008
Under the inspiring baton of the young Spanish conductor Josep Vincent, the World Orchestra will give four concerts in January 2008... more

Batik, Tie & Dye in the Kuloro Skills Centre
November 2007
Kuloro Skills Training Centre, Gambia, 2007-2008
Net4Kids funds a training centre in Kuloro, Gambia, which provides training for 100 young people in skills such as batik, tie & dye, sewing, soap making, preparing food... more

Jou Willen Is Je Missen
November 2007
Poetry anthology 'Jou Willen Is Je Missen', 2008
The thematic poetry anthology 'Jou Willen Is Je Missen' of Dutch poems about love is published... more

September 2007
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Fishing village, Murciellagos Bay, The Philippines
September 2007
Ecosystem Management for the Murciellagos Bay, Philippines, 2007-2009
Murciellagos Bay is a breeding ground of important and diverse ecosystems, coral reefs, mangrove forests, sea grass beds and rare... more

The new school in Mali, donated by the Turing Foundation
September 2007
Construction of a school in Kenenkou, Mali, 2008
The Dutch Mali Foundation supports the population in the vicinity of Bamako in Mali. One of its projects is the construction of a secondary school with a capacity of 200 to 300 pupils... more

Leprosy Research - Role of Newly Defined T-Cells
September 2007
Research on immunopathology of leprosy 2007
The leprosy bacterium has a high affinity for Schwann cells - cells that form a protective layer around nerves... more

Rainbow Home, Calcutta
September 2007
Education for 250 street children in Calcutta, India, 2007-2009
A so-called 'Rainbow Home' is being realized in the Loreto Sealdah Day School in Calcutta. It accommodates 250 street children, and provides them with food, education,... more

Poetry Day 2008
September 2007
Main patron Gedichtendag 2008
Poem Day brings poetry to the notice on a national level. 300 poetry activities are taking place on or around 31 January. Newspapers will publish poems, poetry will be read on radio and TV... more

10% improved coral cover measured in Lamit Bay at the end of the project (july 2010)
September 2007
Sustainable management of the biodiversity in the Lamit Bay, Philippines, 2007-2010
The biodiversity of the Lamit Bay is threatened by commercial overfishing and dynamite fishing. The local community will cooperate to create a network of... more

Art room for vocational training Architecture/Engineering, Moengo, Surinam, Juli 2008
September 2007
Practical Textile Training Room and Art Room for Architecture/Engineering, Moengo, Surinam, 2008-2009
The STOOM Foundation supports the improvement of the Barronschool, which is the sole vocational school in Moengo. At this moment, the 450 pupils lack the classrooms and... more

Save The Children Worldwide
September 2007
Improvement of education for 1,500 children in Balochistan, Pakistan 2007
This Save the Children project will, among other things, provide ten schools with educational materials, trainings for teachers,... more

Seven Bridges Jazz Festival 2007
September 2007
Seven Bridges Jazz Festival, Amsterdam, 2007
The Turing Foundation contributed € 7,000 to the Seven Bridges Jazz Festival. It is a Summer festival in Amsterdam, meant as... more


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July 2007
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Wereld Natuur Fonds
July 2007
€3.000.000 for the Coral Triangle Initiative 2007-2012
There is no place on earth that is home to such great biodiversity as the coral triangle. The Turing Foundation contributes € 3,000,000 to... more

The new primary school building in Yatenga
July 2007
Construction of an educational institute in Yatenga, Burkina Faso, 2007
The WOL Foundation is building an educational institute in Burkina Faso to further develop vocational training for rural youngsters in the region, and to prevent a relapse into illiteracy... more

Sustainable vegetable growing
July 2007
Sustainable management of wetlands around Lake Doro, Mali, 2007-2009
9,500 people live in eight villages in the tidal area within the project region in South-West Mali: farmers, cattle-breeding nomads and fishermen. These people... more

Dutch Primitives: Painters from the Late Middle Ages
July 2007
Main patron Dutch Primitives: Painters from the Late Middle Ages, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, 2008
For the first time in over fifty years, there will be an exhibition on the origin of Dutch painting in... more

The school in Togo
July 2007
Enlargement of a school in Lomé, Togo, 2008
The Een School in Togo Foundation built a private 'model school' for 300 children in Lomé, Togo. The school offers education for children between 6 and... more

Dungonab Bay Marine National Park
July 2007
Dungonab Bay and Sanganeb Atoll Marine National Park, Sudan, 2007-2009
African Parks helps the Sudanese government in managing, conserving and restoring two national parks. The Turing Foundation contributes 1 million euros to the Sanganeb Atoll Marine... more

The Grachtenfestival Amsterdam
July 2007
The 10th Grachtenfestival of Amsterdam, 2007
During this yearly music festival, performances of classical music in special locations in the historic town centre of Amsterdam and special concerts in... more

CLASSWorks program, Tanzania, Viafrica
July 2007
Computer rooms for secondary schools in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda 2007
Viafrica helps secondary schools to provide an ICT curriculum. The schools must themselves take the initiative, for example by... more

Missahoe forest reserve, Togo
July 2007
Sustainable agriculture/forestry in the Missahoe Forest Reserve, Togo, 2007-2009
The IUCN is recovering part of a rainforest that has been seriously impoverished due to human activities, but still houses... more

Sustainable small-scaled agriculture
July 2007
Sustainable small-scaled agriculture in Borgou, Benin, 2007-2009
In Benin, the IUCN and the CRFA work on alternative and improved agricultural systems around the Antisua community forest... more

Robert Falk, Portrait of a Woman in a Red Dress, 1918. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
July 2007
Main patron Unknown Modern Masterpieces from Moscow, Jewish Historical Museum, 2007-2008
The Jewish Historical Museum presents unknown masterpieces by Russian-Jewish artists from the period 1910-1940. The Turing Foundation is the main sponsor of the exhibition... more

Jazz Impuls
July 2007
Jazz Impuls double concerts, 2007/2008
The Turing Foundation contributed € 20,000 to the 130 Jazz Impuls double concerts in 2007 and 2008, aiming to reach a larger jazz... more

May 2007
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Read to Grow
May 2007
School books for developing countries, 2007
The Read to Grow Foundation collects second-hand recreational books and textbooks and sends them to village schools in developing countries where... more

IBISS
May 2007
Education in the slum of Vila Cruzeiro, Rio de Janeiro, 2007
The IBISS Foundation supports the most marginalized groups of Brazil. In the slums, children are hardly stimulated to go to school... more

NedPhO GO! Community Concerts
May 2007
Main patron of the Community Concerts of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, 2008-2010
To make classical music more easily accessible to everyone, at least 30 concerts a year are played at unexpected venues for an audience that... more

Opera Khadish
May 2007
Opera 'Khadish/Erwartung', 2007
A group of young and idealistic musicians produces a 'true contemporary opera', an artistic whole, composed of... more

March 2007
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Venus and Cupid in the forge of Vulcan (Jan Salomonsz de Bray, 1683, 213 x 208 cm)
March 2007
Main patron 'The De Bray Family', Frans Hals Museum, 2008
In 2008, the Frans Hals Museum of Haarlem is setting up a special exhibition on the painters of the seventeenth century De Bray family. The Turing Foundation will be the main... more

Free meals at the Kianjau Primary School
March 2007
Education and food programme for 550 children of the Kianjau Primary School, Kenya, 2007-2009
The Macheo Children's Centre in Thika, Kenya runs a children's home, and supports the nearby Primary School. Everyone in the slum of Kiandutu can... more

Shalom Centre, Katature, Windhoek, Namibia
March 2007
Education for AIDS orphans and street children in Katutura, Namibia, 2007
Stichting Pappa ensures that a group of 100 AIDS orphans and street children in Katutura, Windhoek can go to school. Tuition, uniforms and... more

Poetry International Festival
March 2007
38th Poetry International Festival, 2007
The theme for 2007 of this leading international poetry festival is the relation between poetry, insanity and melancholy. Several international... more

Classical music in the Amsterdam Vondelpark
March 2007
Free classical music in the Vondelpark 2007
On eleven Thursday nights in June, July and August, free classical music concerts are played by renowned music ensembles at the central park of... more

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March 2007
Construction of a vocational training campus, Pakistan, 2007-2008
The Pakistan Development Foundation offers easily accessible vocational education and training, and provides assistance in starting... more

Zone One staff test the freshly installed computers
March 2007
Computer lessons, Philippines, 2007
Zone One Tondo Organisation (ZOTO) is a popular movement which helps poor people of the Philippines aged 10 to 24, with education as well as... more

ToBe Educational Resource Centre, Ghana
March 2007
Construction of an Educational Resource Centre, Komenda, Ghana, 2008
ToBe Worldwide zet Educational Resource Centres op in achtergebleven gebieden in Ghana. De centra bieden kinderen van 6 to 15 jaar... more

Era la notte
March 2007
Main patron Era La Notte, Holland Festival 2007
During the 60th edition of the Holland Festival, soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci sings early Italian baroque music. This concert... more

Computer Science, Doganovo, Bulgaria
March 2007
Teaching programmes in children's homes, Doganovo and Roman, Bulgaria, 2007-2009
De Stichting Kindertehuizen Bulgarije steunt vijf kindertehuizen in de omgeving van Sofia waar 400 kinderen... more

Vocational training in woodworking, Cape Coast, Ghana
March 2007
Construction and equipment of vocational training in woodworking, Cape Coast, Ghana, 2007
De Stichting Bebo Bakery wil wees- en zwerfkinderen in Ghana, na een goede basisopleiding, een vak leren in kleine, zelfstandige ondernemingen... more

Leprosy Foundation, Nigeria, 2007
March 2007
Projects to cure leprosy 2007
The Dutch Leprosy Foundation invests all over the world in projects that help diagnose and cure people who suffer from leprosy... more

February 2007
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Milou Halbesma presents €1,000,000 to Kommer Braber, manager of the Leprosy Foundation
€1.000.000 for the Dutch Leprosy Foundation, 2007
The Dutch Leprosy Foundation has devoted itself for forty years to creating a world in which the permanent suffering, caused by leprosy, is no longer existent... more

Democratic Republic of Congo - Gezamenlijke Verwerking
War Trauma Aid via de War Trauma Foundation, 2007
The War Trauma Foundation provides assistance to victims of violence... more

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Individual scholarships 2007-2012
In the past few years the Board of The Turing Foundation agreed to individual scholarships for several years to students in Nigeria, Togo, Gambia,... more

Opening of the Maasschool in Atjeh, 30 August 2007
Construction and equipment of a primary school with teacher accommodation in Idi, Atjeh, 2007
De Stichting Zicht Op Toekomst richt zich op scholenbouw in Indonesië, in gebieden waar de infrastructuur verwoest is. In Atjeh, waar de tsunami van 2002... more

Stichting Weeshuis Sri Lanka
Educational programme for an orphanage, Harumalgoda, Sri Lanka, 2007
De Stichting Weeshuis Sri Lanka bouwt en exploiteert een weeshuis in Harumalgoda, Sri Lanka voor 300 weeskinderen. Velen daarvan... more

The Atlas Ensemble brings together instruments from different cultures
The Atlas Ensemble 2007-2009
30 musicians from China, Central Asia, the Middle East and Europe are united in this ensemble and bring together instruments which originate from a common 'ancestor', but... more

United World Colleges
College Education for talented Antillean students, 2006-2008
Two talented Antillean students wish to attend the Atlantic College in Wales... more

key facilities, Tanguiéta, Northern Benin
Support for education of handicapped children, Tanguiéta, Northern Benin, 2007
The Liliane Foundation provides direct, small-scale and tailor-made help to handicapped children and young people in developing countries. In many cases,... more

Prinses Christina Concours Classic Express
Bouw 'Classic Express' of the Princess Christina Concours, 2007
Het Prinses Christina Concours wil de jeugd kennis laten maken met klassieke en jazz muziek... more

The new school in Lombok
Construction and equipment of a school for street children, Lombok, Indonesia, 2007
De stichting Peduli Anak bouwt drie opvanghuizen en een school voor straatkinderen op het eiland Lombok in Indonesië. 144 straatkinderen... more

Poetry Week - Birth
Main patron of De Week van de Poëzie 2007
Many large and sparkling, or instead modest poetry activities and events related to poetry from all over the Netherlands come together in this 'Poetry Week'. At least 60 events... more

Ricciotti plays for prisoners
Main patronage of the Ricciotti Ensemble 2007
consists of 40 idealistic students who give 100 concerts a year at venues such as care homes, prisons, schools and asylum centres, for people who... more

UAF
Foundation for Refugee Students UAF, 2007
The UAF supports higher educated refugees and asylum seekers in their studies and in finding a job by financial support, advice and coaching.... more

Het Eerste Wonder (The First Miracle)
Poetry anthology 'The First Miracle' , 2007
The thematic poetry anthology 'Het Eerste Wonder' of Dutch poems about birth is published... more

The 'Ongera Ubumenye' educational project
Educational tools for 42 primary schools, Rwanda, 2007
To improve the quality of and participation (of especially girls) in education, and to improve quality by teacher refresher courses... more

Stichting 4 Mei Concert
May 4 Concert, Amsterdam, 2007
The Turing Foundation supported the educative programme related to the commemoration concert on 4 May 2007 in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw... more

The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra plays 'Peter and the Wolf' for children
Children's Concert of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, 2007
The RCO gives a children's concert that is linked to an educational project which enables primary school children in Amsterdam to enjoy... more

Kebba Jarju Memorial Nursery
Teaching material for primary school, Kombo North district, Gambia, 2007
The Kebba Jarju Memorial Nursery is a primary school in a village in the Kombo North district of Gambia. It has over 120 pupils... more

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Support for Village Elder, Cotonou, Benin 2007-2009
A grant was made to support the village chief of a village near Cotonou in Benin. The village chief bears great responsibility... more

The Belvedere Museum
Extension opening hours Museum Belvédère 2007-2009
Museum Belvédère is het eerste museum voor moderne en hedendaagse kunst in Friesland... more

Het Reizend Muziekgezelschap
25th anniversary of the Amsterdam Chamber Music Society, 2007
Het Reizend Muziekgezelschap is een kamermuziekgezelschap met een wisselende bezetting van internationale topmuzikanten... more


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