Category:Norsk Folkehjelp (Norwegian People's Aid)

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English: Norwegian People's Aid (Norwegian: Norsk Folkehjelp) was founded in 1939 to provide post-conflict reconstruction assistance and humanitarian relief during conflicts. NPA is now engaged in more than 33 countries in de-mining, humanitarian relief, promoting democratization; the rights of indigenous people, equality; and fair distribution of land and resources. NPA currently operates de-mineing activities in 16 countries and played a central role in the International Campaign to Ban Landmines and the Convention on Cluster Munitions which was signed in Oslo in 2008. NPA manages refugee reception centres, anti-racism campaigns, volunteer rescue teams, and a volunteer ambulance service.
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Ayuda Popular Noruega (es); المساعدات الشعبية النرويجية (ar); Ajuda Popular da Noruega (fr); Ajuda Popular da Noruega (pt); Norwegian People's Aid (en); Norsk Folkehjelp (nn); ארגון הסיוע של העם הנורווגי (he); Norsk Folkehjelp (nb) norwegische Organisation (de); organisaatio (fi); organization (en); organizatë (sq); humanitær solidaritetsorganisasjon (nb); organisatie uit Noorwegen (nl) NPA (nb)


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