FUNDORCAS (01 Dec 2009 02:54 GMT)
disculpa la tardanza en la respuesta pero me gustaria conocer mas del proyecto tienes en Bogota Colombia un lugar o persona de contacto ? me gustaria tener ese dato y contactarme
Syed Kamruzzaman (23 Nov 2009 16:02 GMT)
You sent me a message, but I can not read it. Is it possible to convert in english?
Volunteers For Africa (09 Nov 2009 07:39 GMT)
We are very interested in the partnership and or representation in Kenya. Please send us any details you have on this and we can follow-up from there. We have a number of projects in the region, a number of them in agriculture and climate change. Please let us know of what is required.
Regards, James, VFA Management
Volunteers For Africa (27 Oct 2009 14:08 GMT)
We at VFA highly appreciate being connected to you through AMANDO. We are also very interested in the work you do and would be keen to partner in any way possible. Please review our website to find out that there are many synergies for our two organizations. We also congratulate you for the very noble work you do to change this world. Hopefully we could also be part of your cycle of making things happen, for the world.
Regards, James M, VFA Management team in Africa
Véronique Folack Sijou (01 Oct 2009 15:53 GMT)
Thank you for your proposition to come build agricultural machinery Gaia here ; but I saw that you have already a representative in cameroon .Do you want another person to start the project here ?
Véronique folack Sijou
Kribi - Cameroun
Deleted Non-Profit (06 Jul 2009 07:14 GMT)
SOS Children's Villages Philippines greatly appreciates the connection thru ammado. We try to raise greater awareness for the cause of children in need. We hope to invite you to visit SOS Children's Villages Philippines thru our website, www.sosphilippines.org to know more about our advocacy. More power to your growing effort to reach out to people in need.
Publicity and Fundraising
SOS Children's Villages Philippines
Voice: 8070764 / 8509654
Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) (20 Apr 2009 16:24 GMT)
VIN is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation which was founded in 2005 by a diverse group drawn from development workers, educationalists, social activists and other professionals.
VIN’s mission is to empower marginalised communities, with a focus on women and children, through enhanced educational programs and community training to promote equality, economic wellbeing and basic human rights.
Unlike many other development NGOs, VIN serves to directly put efforts for change in the hands of local people. It actively encourages people to volunteer within their communities, aiming to unite all sectors of society in working together to set up and run local projects.
VIN has a board of advisors and a board of directors. VIN also works in partnership with like-minded national and international governmental and non-governmental organisations.
VIN’s main community-based pilot project is located at Jitpur, a rural community surrounded by woods, hills and fields. It lies 11 kilometres from the capital on the outskirts of the Kathmandu Valley near the beautiful Nagarjuna forest reserve.
There are also projects located elsewhere in the region and VIN is currently working to expand its scope to a second community-based site, Okhaldhunga, in the north east of Nepal.
VIN’s main focus is on five key projects. These are:-
- Women’s Empowerment
- Children’s Development
- Youth Development
- Teacher Development
- The Health Program
In addition, VIN helps to place volunteers in monasteries and nunneries, and there are many additional smaller-scale projects including how to apply for grants, fundraising, computer technology and construction and manual work. Details for all of these can be found on the VIN website.
Bhupendra Ghimire (Mr)
Volunteers Initiative Nepal
Kumari Marga, Balaju, Kathmandu, Nepal
Phonne No: +977 (1) 4362560
TechCeFaCos NGO (14 Apr 2009 10:42 GMT)
Good day from TechCeFaCos NGO Cameroon and thanks a lot for request wish we think its a path for great partnership.
So, what do you say regards to our vision in getting a more strong partnership with your NGO....?
Hope to hear from you and thanks a lot for understanding and cooperation.
Emmanuel F. SEVIDZEM
Affus Woman Welfare Association (08 Apr 2009 08:11 GMT)
Thank you so much sir,
We are very proud be connected with your organisation.
You can learn more about our organisation on our website at www.awwaindia.org
we are interested in partnering with your esteemed organization in Karnatka and Andhrapradesh in India.
Now, we hereby presenting our self as an applicant to join your esteemed organization and get your kind attention to help the deprived children in our areas. Please do visit our area.
Mrs. Farida khan,