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Is ORDA involved in emergency work?

ORDA has also been engaged in disaster management related activities. However, since it operates in remote and often marginalized areas, the possibility for ORDA to be the only NGO available around when an emergency strikes is high. Hence, ORDA looks itself as well placed in raising alarms and advocating rapid responses from specialist relief agencies.

When involved in emergency situations, ORDA always integrates development principles into relief works to ensure the greatest possible long-lasting impact for the stricken communities.



Last Updated (Wednesday, 24 October 2012 07:21)

 


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