CISP's New, Fresher and Sharper Look PDF Print



With time comes lessons, wisdom, growth, change; CISP welcomes this. Now CISP welcomes a fresher sharper look. We are catching up with the times with a brand new logo.


During the last 30 years we have worked in various countries providing opportunities for diverse and enriching experiences.We have grown; our commitment and focus is clearer.

As a result of the connections made and fostered over the path of the organisation’s existence, we are more open to transformation and continuous improvement. Our growth has been gradual; we have developed programmes informed by the communities we have been so privileged to work in partnership with.

This path has led us to a new look.

The new logo retains fundamental elements of our original logo; we have kept our identity that represents the organisations commitment to people around the world with whom we work. The new logo is an improvement of the older one giving it more quality and clarity.

We continue with our effort to support communities realize fundamental rights and equal opportunities for all; access to education, health care and livelihood opportunities.

The seed that grew to become CISP was planted in Somalia in 1983: A group of 15 students from Italy traveled to Somalia to look for opportunities to work with communities in health care. The group was inspired to start an organisation that has been growing for the past 30 years.

It has been thirty years, of passion, hopes and development projects in more than 25 countries around in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

As we continue with our journey, we would like you to tell us what you think of our new logo.




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The presentation of the information in this website in no way represents the expression of a political opinion whatsoever on the part of CISP. Country, region, district and community names are used solely for ease of reference and do not indicate a political or territorial preference.The geographical names transcription is the one in use by UNOCHA.