We Connect the Unconnected
Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) is the world’s first non-profit organization focusing on emergency-response technologies for humanitarian crises.
We connect the unconnected, from first responders to governments, NGOs, and families who have survived a crisis. We build communications infrastructure to support humanitarian response teams and enable affected people to contact their loved ones to quickly regain control of their lives.
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TSF is the main telecoms responder for the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and one of the fastest responding NGOs in the world.
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WHAT WE DO
Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) responds to humanitarian issues around the world by bringing together communications and technology. As the world’s first emergency technology organization, we build communications infrastructure to support first responders and enable affected people to contact their loved ones and regain control of their lives.
We also provide on-going innovative, cost-effective technology solutions to assist refugees, displaced persons and other disadvantaged communities around the world, including education, healthcare, women’s rights and food security.
Since its creation in 1998, TSF has responded to over 150 crises in more than 70 countries, providing communication services to over 20 million people and nearly 1,000 NGOs.
Friends of Telecom Without Borders is a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We support the mission of the international NGO Télécoms sans Frontières (TSF), the world’s leading emergency telecommunications organization.
TSF is a member of the United Nations Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (UNETC), a partner of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and a member of the US State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy.
Whether you are a company, a foundation, a local authority, a public institution, a private individual, or an academic institution, your support will allow TSF to amplify the impact of emergency response missions and of long-term development projects. Your generosity can take the form of financial sponsorship, skills-based support, financial donations, volunteering, or organization of fundraising events.
Visit the global TSF site for more information – https://tsfi.org