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NGO

Abbreviation for:
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
neuraminidase-galactose oxidase
non-governmental organisation
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Every nongovernmental organization needs financial resources for its activities, services provided to the beneficiaries and staff employed (if applicable).
The draft law gives line ministries the authority to require revision of nongovernmental organizations' projects or to order them cancelled.
The project culminated with a December lunch hosted by the deputy chief of mission that brought together journalists and representatives of the government, nongovernmental organizations and political parties, many of whom had not previously met.
The event took place in a building owned by a nongovernmental organization which frequently offered free communitybased educational, recreational, and spiritual programs.
A Japanese woman working in Pakistan as a volunteer for a nongovernmental organization (NGO) has died after being involved in a traffic accident, the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
Currently, however, disease analysts "are not well coordinated," Morse says, and globally "our surveillance capabilities have severe limitations." But a 2-year-old nongovernmental organization that he chairs, with members in 80 nations, hopes to change that.
On that occasion member of nongovernmental organization Mr.
KARACHI -- The Justice Helpline, a nongovernmental organization, on Saturday moved the Sindh High Court (SHC) seeking its directives for the federal government to devolve the powers of Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) to provinces according to letter and spirit of the 18th amendment in the constitution.
Summary: Activists from the nongovernmental organization "Nationality -- a right for me and my family" condemned Wednesday the Cabinet's approval of a draft law on dual nationality for Lebanese expatriates.
The Partnership for Global Justice, a New York-based network of religious congregations and social justice groups and a U.N.-recognized nongovernmental organization, is honoring Jesuit Fr.
They are progressive force in every democratic state, nongovernmental organization No Visa stresses.
"It's opened up a discussion on a taboo subject like nothing else," says Barbara Becket, a spokeswoman for Women's Link Worldwide, a nongovernmental organization in New York.