1. OPAD is accredited by the following UN and EU bodies.
    United Nations Human Rights Council; United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, United Nations Economic and Social Council; European Volunteer AID, United Nations Global Compact, and Member of Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs. Several other organizations also work with us to provide humanitarian relief, research, and advice.

OUR PARTNERS​

 
 Netherlands | 

EUROPEAN FOUNDATION FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES

(EFSAS)

EFSAS focuses on political, economic and socio-cultural themes in South Asia, with a specific focus on issues like Terrorism, Indo-Pak relations and the Jammu & Kashmir conflict

United State | USA
HOLT  INTERNATION 

Holt International helps children thrive in a family environment through love and stability. But our services extend far beyond the adoption work we are known for.

United State  | Oregon

The Postharvest Education Foundation

The Postharvest Education Foundation focuses its work on conducting a variety of postharvest e-learning programs for young professionals who work with small-scale farmers in developing countries. PEF’s programs

 Netherlands | 

 PSYCHO-TRAUMA & PEACE (CWWPP)

The CWWPP seeks to empower people in their communities. We do this through
community-based training in a program known as Pragmatic Empowerment Training
(PET). We concentrate on the psychological and physical health elements of conflict and
war and injustice..

Australia | South Africa

International Youth professional Foundation (IYPF)

The International Young Professionals Foundation is an organisation focused on the role corporations and the individuals within them to make a better world, specifically their contribution to the Millennium Development Goals. IYPF focuses on highly influential position Young Professionals

 

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