2016 Model UN NGO List

Green Cross International
Budget: $100,000,000.00
Deals with Value change and to be agents of change, Social and Medical help in times of emergency, Environmental Security helping in disarming war torn areas, as well as sustainable efforts, Protection of clean drinking water to protect life, and lastly smart energy to power up the world with renewable energy. 
For more information about this specific NGO, please contact Roseanne Yoyles (rkvoyles@alaska.edu).

One Laptop Per Child
Budget: $75,000,000.00
Empowering the world’s poorest children with education. OLPC aims to provide rugged, low cost, low power, connected laptops to each child, so that children can self-empower, and become engaged in their own education. 
For more information about this specific NGO, please contact Kelsey Smith (klsmith8@alaska.edu).

Women's Environment & Development Organization (WEDO)
Budget: $75,000,000.00
“To contribute toward its vision for the world, WEDO’s mission is to ensure that women’s rights; social, economic and environmental justice; and sustainable development principles-as well as the linkages between them-are at the heart of global and national policies, programs and practices.“ 
For more information about this specific NGO, please contact Denise Cartwright (dmcartwright@alaska.edu)

Defense for Children International
Budget: $75,000,000.00
An independent grassroots and human rights-based NGO that has been promoting and protecting the human rights of children on a global, regional, national, and local level now going 35 years plus. DCI is a leader in regards to juvenile justice, and was formed in 1979, during the first international year of the child.
For more information about this specific NGO, please contact South High School (meyer_karen@asdk12.org)

 

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