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  • Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction (Hellenic Republic)

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    Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction (Hellenic Republic)
  • SOS Villages d'Enfants

    SOS Villages d'Enfants

    SOS

    SOS Villages d’Enfants vient en aide aux enfants en danger, c’est-à-dire ceux qui n’ont pas de famille ou qui courent le risque de la perdre.
  • Associazione Italiana per la Solidarietà tra i Popoli

    AISPO

    AISPO is a Non Governmental Organisation (NGO – nonprofit entity) founded by a group of operators at the Scientific Institute San Raffaele Hospital of Milan. The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs formally recognized AISPO in 1985 as an organisation suited to implement international cooperation activities in the health sector. AISPO operates in many developing countries and crisis areas: to date it is present in the Autonomous Region of Kurdistan (Iraq), in Sudan, in South Sudan, in Egypt, in Vietnam, in Sierra Leone and in Colombia.
  • El Ruhama For Development and humanitarian Aid

    El Ruhama For Development and humanitarian Aid

    EL RUHAMA

    In 2005 El Ruhama established the country Office in Khartoum and programme offices in South Darfur state (Nyala, Tulus and Shearia), and central Darfur ( Wadi Salih, Zalinji), East Darfur (Al-Daein) and in South Kordofan state (Kadugli) and Blue Nile State (EL Damazin) , West Kordofan (Al Muglid) . Our mission is to build capacity and respond with determination, compassion and empathy per needy, the victims of disasters. Support those at risk, and promoting com­munities socioeconomic development in the most effective and efficient manner. Using available resources to sustain environment WE facilitate lasting change by: Strengthening capacity for self-help. Providing Livelihood opportunity. Delivering Humanitarian Aid services. Addressing discrimination in all its forms. Environment protection. Sustainable Human resources development. Peaceful co-existence.
  • Family and Child Police Unit

    FCPU

    A Sudanese police unit responsible for the well being and safety of families and children and minors
  • Global Health Foundation

    GHF

    90% of our operational reserve to our grant-making program to make strategic investments in partners to accelerate their impact.
  • Intergovernmental Authority on Development

    IGAD

    IGAD was created in 1996 to supersede the Intergovernmental Authority on Drought and Development(IGADD), which was founded in 1986. This followed the recurring and severe drought and other natural disasters between 1974 and 1984 that caused widespread famine, ecological degradation and economic hardship in the Eastern Africa region. Although individual countries made substantial efforts to cope with the situation and received generous support from the international community, the magnitude and extent of the problem argued strongly for a regional approach to supplement national efforts. In 1983 and 1984, six countries in the Horn of Africa (Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia,Sudan and Uganda) took action through the United Nations to establish an intergovernmental body to collectively combat drought and desertification in the region. The Assembly of Heads of State and Government met in January 1986 to sign the agreement that officially launched IGADD with headquarters in Djibouti. The State of Eritrea became the seventh member after attaining independence in 1993 and South Sudan joined in 2011. In April 1995 in Addis Ababa, the Assembly of Heads of State and Government made a declaration to revitalize IGADD and expand cooperation among Member States. On 21st March 1996 in Nairobi, the Assembly signed “Letter of Instrument to amend the IGADD Charter” establishing the revitalized regional organization with a new name, “Intergovernmental Authority on Development”. IGAD with expanded areas of regional cooperation and a new organizational structure was launched during the Summit of the Heads of State and Government on 25th November 1996 in Djibouti. Working with the Member States and the development partners to: Promote joint development strategies and gradually harmonize macro-economic policies and programmes in the social, technological and scientific fields; Harmonize policies with regard to trade, customs, transport, communications, agriculture, and natural resources, and promote free movement of goods, services, and people within the region; Create an enabling environment for foreign, cross-border and domestic trade and investment; Achieve regional food security, as well as encourage and assist efforts to collectively combat drought and other natural and man-made disasters and their natural consequences; Initiate and promote programmes and projects to achieve regional food security and sustainable development of natural resources and environmental protection; Develop and improve a coordinated and complementary infrastructure, in the areas of transport, telecommunications and energy in the region; Promote peace and stability, as well as create mechanisms for the prevention, management and resolution of inter-State and intra-State conflicts in the region through dialogue; Mobilize resources for the implementation of emergency, short-term, medium-term and long-term programmes within the framework of regional cooperation; Facilitate, promote and strengthen cooperation in research development and application in science and technology; and Promote and realize the objectives of the African Economic Community.
  • Muslim Aid-UK

    Muslim Aid

    Muslim Aid is a UK based Islamic charity NGO.[2] It was originally run by former senior staff of the Muslim Council of Britain,[3] and is now run by a new board of seven members which took office early 2018 and is chaired by independent management consultant Iftikhar Awan, a former trustee of Islamic Relief.[4][5][6] It is a member of the Muslim Charities Forum,[7] an umbrella organisation for UK based Muslim-led charities whose primary goal is to provide humanitarian aid and assistance to the poorest and most vulnerable people around the world. It is also an associate member of Bond (British Overseas NGOs for Development), the UK membership body for non-governmental organisations and a member of NCVO, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, an organisation with 11,000 members that champions the voluntary sector and volunteering.
  • National Initiative for Development Organization

    NIDO

    A National NGO specifically working in Darfur Delivering humanitarian aid services to the target beneficiaries. Health (PHC) Nutrition Education Food security and livelihood Agriculture & Livestock WASH Peace Building Protection
  • Sudan Civil Registry

    Civil Registry

    Presented by the Ministry of Interior in Aug 2011, first describe the strategy an political commitments of developing civil registration and vital statistics system, then talk about the system in detail, followed by associated challenges and conclusion.