Cooperation

GJASD International is collaborating with the STACQAN Company, its Associate Member, working with statistical data analysis, data acquisition and storage solutions.


Improving the environment and building a sustainable economy is one of the ultimate goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. A clever strategic processing of large amounts of available data can facilitate achieving this goal. 

The STACQAN team have been working with Big Data for decades. The team is able to perform complex data analysis and provide understandable and actionable insight for their clients. It develops data acquisition (sensors, electronics, etc.) and storage systems, creates machine-learning applications and provide statistical data analysis and data representation services. The team consists of professional data scientists, microelectronic engineers and front-end developers. 

You may contact us or the STACQAN Company directly and we will determine the areas where Data Science can generate maximum positive impact, deploy test facilities for you and finally build and support machine learning systems and infrastructure designed to fit your projects’ needs (www.stacqan.com).

GJASD International cooperates with:


  • Intergovernmental organisations
  • Swiss authorities
  • Missions to international organisations and UN specialised agencies 
  • Developing countries and economies in transition 
  • Bilateral and multilateral development agencies
  • Non-governmental and non-commercial organisations (NCOs)
    as well as international NGOs 
  • Private sector 
  • Foundations 
  • National Cooperative Unions
  • Universities and other training institutions
  • Scientific and research institutes and centres

Contact Information

GJASD International works in partnership with Centre d'Accueil-Genève Internationale (CAGI) and benefits from the recognition, assistance and its guidance. The organisation is registered in CAGI’s Service database of NGOs. The CAGI is overseen by the Presidential Department of the Republic and State of Geneva, and acts as an interface between the Geneva authorities and NGOs. It works in collaboration with the United Nations, the Swiss Confederation, the city of Geneva, and any other stakeholder involved in the participation of civil society in the discussions and activities of International Geneva (www.cagi.ch/en/home.php ).​

GJASD International is a member of the Union of Chambers of Commerce: Switzerland-Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan (www.unionchambers.ch).​

GJASD Internationalis a partner of the Miassine Foundation - a non-profit organization based in Armenia. Created in 2009, the Miassine, which meana "together" in Armenian, aims at the human development of the Armenian people in Armenia and beyond its borders.

The Miassine Foundation strives to build bridges between socio-economic and cultural actors to bring about change for a better world. It has launched a series of humanitarian projects in the country and, inter alia, has been promoting the tourist activities in the countryside among the farmers. Its action is based on the strong conviction of the need to build unifying projects that value encounter and exchange (miassine.org).

GJASD International
c/o l'Etude d'avocats
CPB PARTNERS
Chemin des Carrés 37
1284 Chancy
Switzerland

Tel: +41(0)78-615-86-87

Email: info@gjasd.org

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Close cooperation has been established with the Interstate Statistical Committee of the Commonwealth of Independent States(CIS- STAT). 

GJASD International is a member (Innovator) of the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions by Solar Impulse Foundation 

 (solarimpulse.com/companies/GJASD).


The World Alliance for Efficient Solutions is an initiative created by the Solar Impulse Foundation, following the success of the first solar flight around the world. Created on November 2016, it brings together the main actors in the field of clean technologies in order to create synergies that will ultimately speed­up the implementation of clean and profitable solutions that have the potential to address the environmental challenges of today.


Through the World Alliance, the Solar Impulse Foundation has launched the second phase of its action: selecting #1000 solutions that can protect the environment in a profitable way, and bring  them to decision makers to encourage them to adopt more ambitious environmental targets and energy policies. The 1000 solutions Portfolio was announced during the COP24 (United Nations Climate Change Conference) in Poland on Dec 2018.
Bertrand Piccard, the President of the World Alliance, is going around the world to deliver those same solutions, presented in the form of a Portfolio, to relevant governments, corporations and institutions to help them achieve their environmental targets and adopt more energy ambitious policies (solarimpulse.com/world-alliance and ​www.youtube.com/watch) .


Regional Focus:


Cooperation with national agencies and businesses at headquarters as well as in the field, including in Madagascar, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia (FYR) and other countries.


Memorandums of Understanding have been signed with the Ukrainian Centre for Social Reforms and the Cooperative Union of Kyrgyzstan. ​

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