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Some organisations active in development aid

Slovak NGDO Platform is an association representing 31 non-governmental organisations dealing with development assistance of Slovakia, including:

Slovak NGDO Platform is an association representing 31 non-governmental organisations dealing with development assistance of Slovakia, including:

-ADRA - Adventist Development and Relief Association, www.adra.sk
-eRko- Christian Children Communities Movement, erko.sk
-Fairtrade Slovakia, www.fairtrade.sk
-Glen Slovakia, www.glen-slovakia.org
-Habitat for Humanity - Europe and Central Asia, www.habitat.org/eurasia
-Integra Foundation, www.integra.sk
-Lutheran Diakonia ECAV in Slovakia, www.diakonia.sk
-Magna, www.magna.sk
-People in Peril, www.clovekvohrozeni.sk
-Pontis Foundation, www.nadaciapontis.sk
-Slovak Catholic Charity, www.charita.sk
-Slovak Centre for Communication and Development, www.sccd-sk.org
-Slovak Foreign Policy Association, www.sfpa.sk
-Slovak Humanitarian Council, www.shr.sk
-Slovak Red Cross, www.redcross.sk
-St Elizabeth’s School of Medicine and Social Work, www.vssvalzbety.sk

Source: www.mvro.sk

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