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Posted on 6 Aug 2010 by: NGO Branch [ Content posted by United Nations Secretariat, Agency, or Programme UN ENTITY ]

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NGOs are welcome to participate in forums of CSO Net to exchange information and knowledge through a variety of discussion groups and threads. Users can engage fellow representatives from non-governmental organizations on a variety of topics ranging from best practices discussions to engagement around particular topical and thematic issues.

The interactive forum provides opportunities for NGOs to discuss global issues and pursue collaborative efforts with other organizations by allowing organizations to expand their contacts and knowledge base to explore additional partnerships and joint ventures.

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by UDISHA [NGO]
9 Mar 2016
Greetings from India. We are NGO in special consultative status with ECOSOC. We wish to know whether NGOs in special consultative statue can participate in the session of General assembly as Observer? If so how?
Rakesh Gaur
Founder President, Udisha/NGO/India

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by Due for Youth and Women Tainment Forum [NGO]
6 Jan 2016
The youth and women tainment forum, a NGO in Nigeria is aware of the challenges faced as of result of insurgent from Boko Haram, and other societal ills, we Due for youth and women tainment forum is trying to educate our youth and women not to be used as tools for destruction rather to be self sufficient and becoming a true ambassador of our country Nigeria

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by Standard Goal Development Foundation (SGDF) [NGO]
3 Oct 2016
That is a good initiative


by International Committee for Rehabilitation Aid to Afghanistan (ICRAA) [NGO]
24 Nov 2014
ICRAA is a UK-based non-profit charitable organisation seeks to aid repatriation and recovery programmes in Afghanistan and for Afghan refugees in Pakistan, such as health, education, agriculture, animal welfare and as well as disaster relief. For more details visit http://icraaukcharity.wordpress.com/

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by Foundation for Human Horizon [NGO]
12 Nov 2014
In today’s modern and civilized society, it is fair to assume that human beings are able to live a life of dignity, freedom and free of any form of discrimination including racial or caste based discrimination. But as is well known, unfortunately racial discriminations continue to happen across the world. Some do get noticed and come to the attention of global community, while others, sometimes more serious in nature, go un-noticed.
Through this press release, we would like to invite the global community’s attention to a thousands of years old practice of utter inhuman discrimination against a specific section in Indian society, known as the ‘Dalits or Untouchables’.
In the graded Hindu society, a value of a human is determined by his/her birth in a particular caste. The above mentioned ‘Dalits’, unfortunately find themselves at the lowest rung of this graded society, by virtue of their birth and not their merit or deeds. What makes their misery even worse is the fact that there is no escape from this status in one’s lifetime as it is connected with one’s birth. Since this minority is in abject poverty, completely subjugated and consistently persecuted, their helplessness, plight and life in squalor is never exposed to the global media. The mainstream media and mainstream society in India, always eager and vigilant to uphold this system of caste based discrimination, completely stifles any news or protests against atrocities that are perpetrated on the ‘Dalits’.
Recent statistics indicate that every week in Dalit communities across India there are:
• 13 murders
• 5 Dalit homes burnt
• 6 Dalit people kidnapped or abducted
• 21 Dalit women raped
It should be noted that this statistics is based on the reported incidents of atrocities which are really a fraction of the total number of incidents.

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by The Young Explorers' Institute for Social Service [NGO]
29 Aug 2014
The Young Explorers' Institute for Social Service, Kolkata, India is keen to develop NGos net work with the aim of Development of Youths and volunteerism. We are interested to have a social forum at Google + and also to have occasional contact programme with Google Hangout. We look forward your comments and particiapation at Google + at id youthforum09

29th August 2014

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by Rural Development Organization [NGO]
7 Nov 2012
Rural Development Organization (RDO) is a National humanitarian organization working with the vulnerable women, youths and children by improving lives through of equal opportunities and enabling them for sustainable development. RDO has been working since 1999 in the sectors of girls education, health, advocacy and rights promotion. for more information visit: www.rdokp.org.pk, or E-Mail:rdodir@gmail.com, Ph# 0092-945-822303
Amirzad Gul,
Executive Director,
Rural Development Organization (RDO)

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by Ideal World Foundation [NGO]
18 Feb 2014
Hello Mr. Gul,

Hope this message finds you in good health. Ours is also an NGO with similar interests in Ghana, West Africa. We operate in deprived areas with very little support. We would be glad to collaborate with you to roll out programmes of interests if you are inclined.

We would also appreciate if you could link us to other facilities where we could get support to build the Foundation and to support the needy and poor in society. We are currently operating in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and in a newly created Municipality where a majority of the people and illiterate and deprived.

We are currently trying to pursue a training programme to train traditional birth attendants on healthier and more modern practice in child delivery to ensure more safe deliveries with a decrease in maternal and child mortality. We are also trying to run a Hepatitis B screening and Antigen test as well education for the community. We would appreciate a collaboration in this regard.

Yours in the service of Mankind.

Aisha Masoud
President
+233208157135


by Centre for Sustainable Rural Development and Research Studies [NGO]
27 Aug 2012
CSRDRS,VIT University, INDIA
Dear all,
The Centre for Sustainable Rural Development and Research Studies is the brain child of Dr.G.Viswanathan , the chancellor of VIT University. The CSRDRS have adopted more then 50 villages and have projects in Education, women empowerment, health & hygiene, rural development, tribal development, Promotion of Agriculture and social research. so anyone interested to visit our CSRDRS and would like to contribute are most welcome.
i may be contacted
S.Tamil Maran
Project Officer
Centre for Sustainable Rural Development and Research Studies,
VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, 632001
INDIA.
stamilmaran@vit.ac.in , +919442104210

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by The Young Explorers' Institute for Social Service [NGO]
4 Jun 2014
Please up date your experience so that we can be understand from your experience.

by Ideal World Foundation [NGO]
18 Feb 2014
Hello Mr. Maran,
Hope this message finds you in good health. Ours is also an NGO with similar interests in Ghana, West Africa. We operate in deprived areas with very little support. We would be glad to collaborate with you to roll out programmes of interests if you are inclined.

We would also appreciate if you could link us to other facilities where we could get support to build the Foundation and to support the needy and poor in society. We are currently operating in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and in a newly created Municipality where a majority of the people and illiterate and deprived.

Yours in the service of Mankind.

Aisha Masoud
President
+233208157135


by Murder Victims' Families for Human Rights [NGO]
29 Jul 2012
Dear Friends,

Murder Victims' Families for Human Rights (MVFHR) is an international organization of survivors of homicide victims--victims of criminal murder, terrorism, ¿disappearances¿ or state execution-- working to support human rights and to abolish the death penalty. Through public education, advocacy and organizing we amplify the voices of victim's family members who oppose the death penalty and raise awareness about the way the death penalty causes trauma to the families of those who are executed. We bring concerns about the impunity of those who murder and the need for reparations for victims to the international debate about capital punishment.

MVFHR has been granted Special Consultative Status. We are interested in networking with organizations and participating in events related to our work.

More information can be found at www.mvfhr.org or calling us at 617 443 1102.

Renny Cushing, Executive Director
Murder Victims' Families for Human Rights
89 South Street Suite 601
Boston, MA 02111 USA

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by National Union of Organizations for the Disabled, Inc. [NGO]
29 May 2012
Dear Friends.
Thanks for the wonderful works we are doing around the world in our different areas of expeeriences and ideas for the advancement of humanity especially in those developing countries especially the African Continent.

well, as a new comer to this netwoek, I will be interest in participating in all events/forum relating to the developments of Persons with Disabilities especially Children, Youths and Women with Disabilities.
Our organization is the call MAKING IT WORK LIBERIA which is an advocacy organization for the national Union of Organizations for the Disabled NUOD Liberia which is an unbralla Union for the Disaled in Liberia West Africa. We do capacity biolding and other trainings relating to Advocacy i using Right Base Approaches for the development of Persons with Disabilities.
This project was founded by the EU.

For further information, any body can contact on disabilityadvocacy.miw@gmail.com or
mobile line; +231 880813453.

Thanks

Sahr Yillia
Advocacy and Sensitization Officer
making It Work/National Union of Organizations for the Disabled NUOD Liberia.

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by Red Detectives sin Fronteras Org. [NGO]
4 Oct 2011
Mi Saludo Fraternal a todos los integrantes del Foro:
Soy Ciudadano Argentino en el exterior, concretamente, en Piura, al norte del Perú a 3 horas del Ecuador. Soy el fundador y actual presidente de la Asociación Civil sin fines de lucro en la modalidad ONG cuya denominación es Red Detectives Sin Fronteras Org. cuya labor es la investigación, prevención y difusión en la Lucha Alternativa Contra la Trata de Personas.
Considerando que este crimen lesiona no solo a la víctima en sí, más tambien a la familia de la víctima y tambien a la Sociedad en internacional en general, estoy realizando labores preventivas con el objetivo de difundir los preceptos del Protocolo de Palermo frente a istintos grupos estudiantiles para evitar el crecimiento de este flagelo.
Así también como Embajador de la Paz designado por el WPO World Parlament of Security and Peace, en el Perú, dedico un espacio restante de mi tiempo para defender valores esenciales como los Derechos de igualdad de Género, reivindicando a la mujer en sí. Mujer sin la cual ningun ser viviente estaria en este mundo y a la niñez, teniendo como fundamento que los niños son el presente y el futuro para el engrandecimiento de las Naciones y para la Paz Mundial.
Mi correo electronico es Presidente.dsf@gnail.com
Muchas Gracias y Dios en la creencia de cada uno de los excelentísimos integrantes del Foro, les proporciones mucha sensibilidad para comprender mejor el sentir de aquellas almas en estado de vulnerabilidad en el mundo.
Raul Enrique Bibiano

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by Peace Family and Media Association [NGO]
22 Aug 2011
I m Getachew Simie Executive Director of Peace Family and Media Association a non government civil society organization which working in media capacity building in Ethiopia. I need to participate in the events relating with empowering communities through communication and information.

Thanks

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by Helping Hands International Foundation Inc. [NGO]
26 Apr 2011
I would like to participate in a forum to deal with health issue of indeginous people and maternal health in third world countries

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by Actions communautaires pour le développement integral [NGO]
15 Sep 2015
Actions communautaires pour le développement intégral en sigle ACDI/ONG basée à KINSHASA/RDC.
Nous intervenons dans les domaines du developpement durable et nos actions sont sur la sensibilisation et renforcement des capacités sans oublier la facilitation et collaboration avec des Organisations qui veulent s'implanter dans notre pays.Nous travaillons en partenariat avec le comité scientifique de l'université de Kinshasa et les différents ministeres notamment l'agriculture,l'environnement, le developpement rural, la santé . Nous sommes sur l'education prénatale naturelle,l'adaptation et atténuation au changement climatique, le reboisement .
Contact: ilutaclaude.acdi@gmail.com

by The Tulip Foundation Pakistan [NGO]
18 Aug 2011
well done every body

by African Leadership Community Link Advancement Programm [NGO]
11 Aug 2011
I am Tanyi Justin Ajinga, CEO, Affrican Leadership Community Link Advancement Program. Who are working in collaboration with the Cameroon National Youth Council. We are specialized in organizing events in rural area aimed at addressing health and ICT problem.

If you are interested, contact me by, Email: justintanyi@gmail.com or +237 77679789.

Thanks and regards.



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