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Are there NGOs, CBOs, interested groups or communities that ORDA will not work with for political reasons?

ORDA seeks collaboration with any organization or group irrespective of their political ideology. ORDA foresees how much this collaboration can add value in sparking hope for the poor and deliver a long-lasting impact over the attitude, action and effectiveness of the efforts of a community. Working towards building the spirit of the public to make them self-confident is one of basic directions of ORDA targeting the public to come out with a motto of “we can do it”! Following this line of doing things, ORDA will continue to collaborate with other organizations of similar objective.  That is why its leading motto is crafted to be “Livelihood Transformation Through Collaboration!”



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

 


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