ToughStuff partners with many organisations with a complementary mission to our own.
Bestnet A/S, a manufacturer of Netprotect® Long Lasting Insecticide Incorporated Mosquito Nets (LLINs) for the control of malaria and other vector-borne diseases. Bestnet represents ToughStuff products sold into emergency and humanitarian situations. The product rnage is marketed under the brand name Sunlife®.
|Interhealth, a London-based travel-medical charity, fulfills ToughStuff's UK orders.|
|Kopernik, an online store of innovative technologies providing an online platform for ToughStuff's products.|
Goya, is a pan-African market entry, management and development consultancy focusing on opening up markets to new and existing products and technologies that develop and empower the people of Africa.
Baobab, are acting as ToughStuff's Malawi partner, initially through their direct relationship with MultiChoice, the DS TV supplier.
|HelpAge International distributed ToughStuff emergency kits to older earthquake victims in Haiti|
|Christian Aid works with ToughStuff to establish new solar village entrepreneurs in Kenya|
|World Vision distributed ToughStuff emergency kits to earthquake victims in Haiti|
The Salvation Army partnered with ToughStuff to deliver emergency kits to earthquake victims in Haiti.
Good Return (part of World Education Australia) is a lending portal that enables individuals to connect with poor people around the world to provide them with a loan.
Living Goods sells ToughStuff solar products through its network of women Community Health Promoters in Uganda, bringing access to clean energy while creating additional income for these women.
Send A Cow Uganda helps remote farming communities gain access to solar light by selling ToughStuff products through its extension workers.
Edirisa UK is establishing a network of solar entrepreneurs selling ToughStuff products in southwestern Uganda.
Humedica distributed 6,000 solar lighting kits to refugees in Dollo Ado, Ethiopia, escaping famine in Somalia.
|Linklaters provides pro-bono legal support to ToughStuff. We value their input and expertise as leading professionals in the legal field.|
|A4ID (Advocates for International Development) provide valuable legal support to ToughStuff|
|ONEforONE joined forces with ToughStuff to create a way for Dutch customers to buy green energy and help people in developing countries benefit from solar power|
United Nations Global Compact, a strategic policy initiative for businesses, whom ToughStuff support and are a participant of.
Energy for All, ToughStuff will help achieve their aim to provide access to energy to 100 million people in the Asia and Pacific region by 2015.
Sustainable Energy for All, ToughStuff are part of the Practitioner Network working on the delivery of energy services and solutions related to electrification in a range of developing countries.
The Business Call to Action challenges companies to develop innovative business models that achieve commercial success and development outcomes.