NGO


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NGO

Abbreviation for:
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
neuraminidase-galactose oxidase
non-governmental organisation
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He said the NGO's director had been advised to get work permits for the Syrian employees.
The meeting appreciated the role of NGOs for social welfare and the betterment of society.
Director Social Welfare Rawalpindi division Muhammad Aslam said that strict action will be taken against all those NGOs which are dysfunctional and are not complying with rules and regulations.
The ministry has allowed 141 NGOs to continue their activities while directing 72 NGOs to complete their documentation.
Dr Yaw Adu-Ampomah, 3rd prosecution witness (PW3), in the trial of Dr Stephen Opuni and others, yesterday found it really difficult to mention the list of American and Dutch Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) that he claimed contracted him to do a job on their behalf to improve the livelihoods of cocoa farmers.
Njoki called on the government to screen all NGOs in the country to save the public from conmen bleeding the vulnerable and ignorant of the little they have.
The sources said that the action against the NGO, whose head office is located in a neighbouring country, had been taken after a 'security audit' of the international as well as local NGOs.
Apart from refusing to acknowledge that an international NGO registered is practically the same organisation as the parent, the board categorically prohibits any reference to an affiliation between the international NGO and its parent organisation.
'We have a different department in the NGO like the environmental watch, fumigation department, waste management and recycling department, erosion and flood department, etc in other to encourage the government in power for job creation.
" Not surprisingly, we can see that many of the public positions taken by NGOs are exactly aligned with western foreign policy.
An NGO with international funding is nothing but a conspirator in the eyes of the public, an abettor of foreign interests and an ally of anti-Islam and anti-Pakistan forces, utilising their best efforts to strike at the foundations of the country.