Protecting civilians in armed conflict

Humanitarian shares

Geneva Call has launched an initiative called Actions Humanitaires, literally a play on words as in French, the word ‘action’ means both shares, and action! The designer of banknotes for many countries, Roger Pfund, created Geneva Call’s Action Humanitaire, and the Atelier Roger Pfund helped to produce them. Individuals and companies can now purchase a share in Geneva Call’s humanitarian work, and help towards the protection of civilians in armed conflict. This share plays a role in saving human lives, the lives of women, men, children, innocent victims of wars and conflicts. It is a fair and solid investment in human beings, with a guaranteed humanitarian return. 20131216162954416
Actions Humanitaires can be ordered for CHF 1,000.– per share using the below form. Geneva Call and its staff would like to thank all donors for helping to save lives in the midst of conflict.


1Number of humanitarian shares

Yes, I would like to donate

  • 1 share 1000 CHF
  • 2 shares 2000 CHF
  • 3 shares 3000 CHF

2Personal information


3Method of payment

To make a bank transfer, please use the following bank details: Banque Cantonale de Genève PO Box 2251-1211 Genève 2 SWIFT: BCGECHGGXXX IBAN: CH30 0078 8000 0501 3648 0
If you prefer to make your donation through a payment slip, we will send you a few within approximately one week.
Strategy 2017-2019


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