What are examples of ngo?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    Non-Governmental Organizations

    Non-Governmental organizations (NGOs), are groups which work independently of government or business, and are commonly referred to as NGOs or Third Sector Organizations. They are often also non-profit groups. NGOs can include community organisations, advocacy groups, environmental organisations, watchdog organizations or think tanks. The United States alone has over 2 million NGOS.

    The National Environmental Directory is a searchable a directory of more than 13,000 organizations in the United States concerned with environmental issues and environmental education. Organizations can add or update their own listings.

    International Examples:


    Greenpeace International

    Reporters Without Borders

    WWF International

    North American Examples:

    Alliance for Democracy in Iran

    American Cancer Society

    American Diabetes Association

    Desert Springs Action Committee

    Earth First!

    EnviroLink Network

    Environmental Defense

    Friends of the Earth USA

    Global Exchange

    Gray Panthers

    Hispanic Council for Reform and Education Options

    Human Rights Watch

    International Republican Institute

    National Organization of African-Americans in Housing

    Natural Resources Defense Council

    Rainforest Action Network

    Safari Club International

    Sierra Club

    Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

    Australian Examples:

    Australian Conservation Foundation

    Friends of the Earth Australia

    Greenpeace Australia-Pacific

    Queensland Conservation Council

    The Wilderness Society

    WWF Australia

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  • 8 years ago

    the red cross is one ( australia)

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