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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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He said though no compliant has yet been received regarding functioning of NGOs however the government would take action if any parliamentarian moves any complaint regarding a particular NGO.
The first international NGO arrived in what is now the Republic of South Sudan in 1956.
The BCNL reports a deterioration in NGO sustainability in 2011.
One successful legal NGO puts forth a model upon which to base growing NGOs who strive to sustain themselves in the relatively new niche allocated to civil society.
The book attempts to provide help right from starting an NGO to successful policy advocacy by an NGO.
The conference had exchanged expertise among NGO members, discussion of researches related to the NGOs activity, the problems and obstacles confronting them," the official concluded.
We're creating in Russia a new NGO Legal Assistance Program focused specifically on helping NGOs document to the authorities that this new software license proves that they have legal software," he said.
We need an environment where we can use all sources, NGO help, maybe NGOs that come in from Arab nations, additional NGOs from traditional donor countries and maybe a workable solution for some of the people that have been working in the area historically.