Mr. Rupert Pearce

Our partnership with Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) is of exceptional importance to us all at Inmarsat. As an organisation, we were born out of the need to help save lives at sea and in TSF we recognised a shared ethos. After almost two decades as their partner, the courage and selfless dedication of TSF team members in bringing life-saving communications to people devastated by disaster remains a source of immense pride and inspiration.

Mr. Andrew Dunnett

Vodafone Foundation is extremely proud of partnering with TSF for more than 15 years. When disaster strikes, TSF teams are often among the first on the ground to provide life-saving communications to aid workers and victims. Our Connecting for Good programme and long-lasting partnership with TSF are a testimony that technology is aid and more important than ever in times of distress. Today, victims can call to give news to their loved ones, search for information on how and where to get help or even transfer money; aid workers can better coordinate and ultimately save more lives. We admire the dedication and bravery of TSF's team members to help those in need, even in the most challenging environments, and are delighted to celebrate TSF's 20th anniversary together in 2018.

Mr. Michel Chabrol

Télécoms Sans Frontières is made up of exceptionally selfless men and women, gifted with incomparable field experience, ready to intervene anywhere in the world in less than 24 hours. For Eutelsat, it was obvious for us to put our fleet of satellites at TSF’s service, meaning that our technology helps respond to the primary needs of both populations in distress, and the humanitarian community. When Télécoms Sans Frontières deploys to the field, our entire company is behind them. It is for all of these reasons that we were particularly proud to celebrate our 10th anniversary of partnership in 2017.

Mr. Eric Loeb

I’m very proud of AT&T’s work with TSF, and of TSF's efforts to quickly provide vital connectivity in times of crisis all over the world. Since 2003, AT&T and the AT&T Foundation have contributed to fund the mission of TSF. Like AT&T, TSF has been committed to advancing education, strengthening communities, and improving lives in communities around the world. On any given day, you may find the dedicated TSF workers and volunteers providing vital communications to a migrant family, promoting online education, or bringing information to natural disaster first-responders. They’ve deployed rapidly and made a meaningful difference to thousands of grateful people in more than 70 countries on 5 continents.

Ms. Rosalind Irving

We are proud of our partnership with Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF), which we have had since 2014. When there is a disaster or emergency somewhere in the world, the dedicated teams from TSF run towards, rather than away from the danger. They provide a critical and valuable service in re-connecting loved ones and providing much-needed connections for other emergency responders. That we can in our small way help, by promoting and supporting the selfless work of TSF, is something we celebrate and of which we are extremely proud.

Mr. Sebastian Rhodes Stampa

TSF is a key partner for UNOCHA. It provides critical communications, both voice and data satellite, to support our operations. And that’s everything from strategic decision making or me being able to share information with my team. In operations where hundreds of people are working on the international end of the response, if I can’t communicate and we can’t communicate, nothing works. What TSF does to provide a facility, but not only to us, it also supports government, local government, and of course they set up a calling service for the affected people, so that people separated from their families have that facility and TSF does all of that. Very small footprint, very big service.