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1. AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA)

 Windhoek, Khomas
The AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) conducts its work in a multi-dimensional, multi-level and multi-directional operational approach under two programme areas, namely (i) capacity strengthening; and (ii) advocacy.
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2. Autism Association of Namibia (AAN)

 Windhoek, Khomas
The Autism Association of Namibia's (ANN) main aim is to provide support and assistance as well as training in the field of autism to parents and professionals.
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3. Catholic AIDS Action (CAA) Trust

 Windhoek, Khomas
The Catholic AIDS Action (CAA) Trust has grown to be one of the largest civil society organizations, responding to the HIV and AIDS nationwide. CAA is implementing community-based interventions across the country.
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4. Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Namibia

 Windhoek, Khomas
The objective of Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Namibia is to “carry out welfare and development work of any nature and assist the people of Namibia to improve the quality of life in the country.
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5. Down Syndrome Association of Namibia

 Windhoek, Khomas
Down Syndrome Association of Namibia (DSAN) provides information and support to all people with Down Syndrome in Namibia, and their families and/or caretakers. DSAN was launched in October 2012.
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6. Epilepsy Namibia

 Windhoek, Khomas
An organization of and for people with epilepsy in Namibia. Empowering people with epilepsy to take their place in their communities.
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7. Have-a-Heart: Spay and Neuter Project

 Swakopmund, Erongo
Have-a-Heart is partnering with vets in Namibia to provide free sterilisation services and basic medical care to dogs and cats of caring low and no income families, thus eliminating the need for traumatic mass euthanasia or killing.
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8. IntraHealth Namibia

 Windhoek, Khomas
IntraHealth Namibia (IHN) is a non-profit organisation that was registered in July 2014, to improve access to quality health service and information for communities and families in need throughout Namibia.
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9. MPower Community Trust Namibia

 Walvis Bay, Erongo
MPower Community Trust is a community-based non-profit organisation that advances the health and human rights of LGBTIQ+ and male commercial sex workers in the Erongo, Otjozondjupa and Khomas regions of Namibia.
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10. Namibia Red Cross Society (NRCS)

 Windhoek, Khomas
The Namibia Red Cross Society is a national humanitarian organization, established by an Act of Parliament, Act 16 of 1991 following Namibia’s independence, as a National Society auxiliary to public authorities.
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11. Namibian National Association of the Deaf (NNAD)

 Windhoek, Khomas
A welfare organisation registered with the Ministry of Health and Social Service WO:84, (1991) is an ordinary member of the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) that has a consultive seat on the UN.
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12. National Federation of People with Disabilities in Namibia (NFPDN)

 Windhoek, Khomas
The National Federation of People with Disabilities in Namibia (NFPDN) was established in 1991 to advocate for the protection of the rights of persons with disabilities in Namibia and has executed many projects over the past two decades.
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13. Nutrition and Food Security Alliance of Namibia (NAFSAN)

 Windhoek, Khomas
The Nutrition and Food Security Alliance of Namibia (NAFSAN) was established on 18 October 2019, as a national platform that brings together civil society, academia, the private sector and committed individuals.
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14. Positive Vibes (PV) Namibia

 Windhoek, Khomas
Positive Vibes (PV) is an organisation working primarily in Africa, expanding into The Middle East & South-East Asia. We are connected to global partners and international movements
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15. Project HOPE Namibia (PHN)

 Windhoek, Khomas
Project HOPE Namibia (PHN) is a welfare organisation implementing programs in Namibia since 2002. The organisation is currently operating in nine of fourteen regions of Namibia.
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16. Society for Family Health (SFH)

 Windhoek, Khomas
The Society for Family Health (SFH) is a registered trust operating in Namibia since 1997 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO).
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17. Young Feminists Movement (Y-Fem) Namibia Trust

 Windhoek, Khomas
The Young Feminists Movement (Y-Fem) Namibia Trust is a feminist human rights organization that is dedicated to advancing women’s human rights by promoting women’s access to health, education & justice.