ITF continues with its life-saving activities in the most fragile places, incorporating a response to this public health crisis in its humanitarian work. ITF vows to continue supporting mine victims and communities affected by explosive hazards, armed conflicts, or other crises that could present a danger to their safety and security.

At the same time, ITF is utilizing its expertise as well as capacities and capabilities to address new threats. With more than 20 years of experience operating in the most austere environments, ITF has built a global network of partners in 33 countries and regions, as well as transparent and highly efficient processes of addressing humanitarian issues. Most recently, its trustworthiness and reliability were demonstrated by the successful completion of the European Union Pillar Assessment, making ITF eligible to be entrusted by the European Commission with the implementation of EU funds. ITF will employ all of these competences to support those affected by conflict and other humanitarian crises.

We invite you to join us on this important mission and aid the most vulnerable communities facing crises around the world. Your support is needed more than ever and every donation counts. In addition, we are always open to new partnerships and encourage you to get in touch with proposals that can serve the greater good.

Build Resilience

Every country and region where ITF is present has been affected by crises, with people fleeing conflict, living in poverty, or without access to basic healthcare and sanitation.

Support our mission to build resilient communities and help them prepare for, protect against and recover from crises.

Disarm the Silent Killer

One landmine costs 3$–10$, but it takes between 100$ and 1,000$ to remove it. In addition to posing a direct physical threat to the civilian population, landmines prevent urgently needed access to healthcare services, the provision of humanitarian aid or land cultivation, endangering the most vulnerable communities.

Support our mine action efforts and contribute towards a safe and healthy future for mine survivors and communities affected by explosive hazards contamination.

Offline donation

If you are unable to use your credit card or PayPal but would like to contibute, we welcome you to donate via bank transfer.

Please use the following bank account information:

  • ITF Enhancing Human Security
    Trg republike 3, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia 
  • Bank Name and Address:
    NOVA LJUBLJANSKA BANKA D.D., Ljubljana, Trg republike 2, 1520 Ljubljana
  • Swift/BIC:
  • IBAN:
    SI56 02922 0051268569
*The designation Kosovo is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSC 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.