Good Shepherd International Foundation (ONLUS)


  • Organization TypeIndependent/None, Advocacy NGO
  • HeadquartersItaly
  • Founded2008
The Good Shepherd International Foundation (GSIF) is a not-for-profit organization based in Rome, Italy. Founded in 2008, the GSIF works with the Good Shepherd Sisters (GSS) to carry out their important ministries located throughout the world. The GSS were founded in 1835 by St. Mary Euphrasia Pellettier in Angers, France. Today the Congregation has 3,000 members in 600 communities located in 73 countries throughout the world. The Congregation is recognized by the United Nations as a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) in consultative status with ECOSOC because of its important work on behalf of  women and children, especially those who live in poverty and are the victims of violence, abuse and discrimination.  The GSIF was created to meet the needs of the local communities in which the GSS operate and to support the management of their projects.  Through the work of the Mission Development Office (MDO) in Rome and in collaboration with the MDOs in Lebanon, Angola, Bolivia and India, the GSIF engages in fundraising, training, coordination and technical assistance.  To carry out their activities directly, the GSIF has a staff of experienced fundraisers, project managers and international consultants who help to promote the empowerment of local partners in the direct management of projects.

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Staff at Good Shepherd International Foundation (ONLUS) have experience in


  • monitoring / evaluation
  • public administration
  • infrastructure
  • development
  • regional


  • romania
  • italy
  • bulgaria


  • managerial experience
  • business development

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Company Offices
  • Italy (headquarters)
  • Rome
  • Via Raffaello Sardiello