Our Partners

Our partners, in Australia, the United Kingdom and Cambodia.

Corporate Partners

Aberdeen Asset Management Charitable Foundation LogoAberdeen Asset Management Charitable Foundation

Since Aberdeen Asset Management was founded in 1983, the Group has supported the communities in which it is located and has helped some great local, national and international charities. The Foundation was established in 2012 to formalise and develop Aberdeen’s charitable giving and work globally. 

Aberdeen Asset Management Charitable Foundation website

Horseware Ireland LogoHorseware Ireland

Horseware the world’s most trusted producer of horse rugs. It started with a small team in Dundalk, Ireland in 1985, with the prototype of the now iconic Rambo Original, setting the standard for modern horse rug design. Horseware now employs 172 people employed in Dundalk, the location of its sales, R&D, marketing and financial headquarters, our factory and our European warehousing. A further 47 staff are employed in North Carolina, and 514 people in factories in China and Cambodia.

Horseware Ireland website

Shape LogoShape

Shape is Australia’s leading fitout and refurbishment specialist. They are in the business of transforming property for projects both large and small. Regardless of a project’s size or complexity, they harness end-to-end solutions and work closely with their clients to ensure successful project delivery.


Shape website

tna solutions Logotna solutions

tna solutions is an Australian supplier of a full line of processing and packaging solutions, with operations in 30 countries worldwide.  In 2002, tna established a foundation committed to sharing its success with those less fortunate.  The foundation has supported over 200 charities across 30 countries in range of projects, focused on assisting the poorest of the poor, prioritising children and concentrating on providing education, shelter, food, healthcare and relief work. 

tna solutions website

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Irish National Teachers’ Organisation LogoIrish National Teachers’ Organisation

INTO, founded in 1868, is the oldest and largest teachers' trade union in Ireland. It represents 35,585 teachers at primary level in the Republic of Ireland and 7, 019 teachers at primary and post-primary level in Northern Ireland. (December 2016). INTO supported SeeBeyondBorders through its 'Solitary Fund' which seeks to reduce inequalities and support teachers working in developing countries. The INTO believes in reducing inequalities and improving access to quality education.  

Irish National Teachers’ Organisation website

TressCox LogoTressCox

TressCox Lawyers provide invaluable Pro Bono legal advice to SeeBeyondBorders. TressCox Lawyers is an innovative Australian law firm that prides itself on delivering an excellent service whilst retaining an intense client focus. 

TressCox website

Tyssen Design LogoTyssen Design

Web design and development.

Tyssen Design website

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Development Partners

Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) LogoAustralian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP)

ANCP helps make Australia stronger, safer and more prosperous by promoting and protecting its interests internationally and contributing to global stability and economic growth. ANCP supports SeeBeyondBorders on projects vital to enhancing teacher quality in Cambodia, including a program to transition our teacher training program to teachers and Cambodian education authorities in Bavel and Angkor Thom districts, and implementation of new core in-service teacher training programs in Ek Phnom district and another district near Siem Reap.There’s also support for capacity building to enable SeeBeyondBorders to continue its transition to Cambodian leadership and management.

Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) website

Irish Aid LogoIrish Aid

Irish Aid is the Irish Government’s official aid programme, working on behalf of Irish people to address poverty and hunger in some of the world’s poorest countries. A division of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the aid programme is an integral part of Ireland’s foreign policy. Irish aid engages in and supports development and provides humanitarian assistance, and they have long-term partnerships with nine key partner countries in Africa and Asia where they support the efforts of governments and communities to own and lead their own development.

Irish Aid website

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