NGO definition

NGO means non-governmental organization which receives the food aid to be surveyed.

Examples of NGO in a sentence

  • Similarly, freedom of information acts should be pushed early in a reform effort, but their impacts should not be expected to be important until both administrative procedures and the press and NGO sector are functioning reasonably well.

  • Non-Resident Indian Individual, PIO: Person of Indian Origin, FII: Foreign Institutional Investor, NGO: Non Government Organization, AOP: Association of Persons, BOI: Body of Individuals, HUF : Hindu Undivided Family.

  • For some of these organizations, the NGO characterization may not apply, being e.g. non-profit companies.

  • Türcek formulated a nice recommendation: ‘Turkish NGOs have to be more focused (e.g. if the NGO focuses on the protection of birds then keep your focus and do not switch to wetland management).

  • Therefore, the SPC/ GIZ meeting mainly focused on initial awareness -raising of stakeholders and potential local NGO partners, stakeholder mapping and institutional arrangements, particularly with regard to the establishment of a nationa l REDD+ coordination body, which were continued during the UN -REDD inception meeting.


More Definitions of NGO

NGO means any Voluntary or Non-Governmental Organisation set up in accordance with The Voluntary Organisations Act (Cap. 492 of the Laws of Malta).