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private voluntary organization, international private voluntary organization or a local private voluntary organization.
The rule states, in part, that "the superintendent may reverse or modify a decision of a voluntary organization if the petitioner establishes that the decision of the voluntary organization was in error.
In the February 1998 budget, the government created the Voluntary Sector Network Support Program (VolNet), which is designed to enable voluntary organizations to access and use Internet technologies to further their own missions.
It is not unusual for a voluntary organization to be the creation of a single driven and charismatic leader.
The Texas Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (TXVOAD) is a good source to find the local organizations in need of volunteers.
The Texas chapter of National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) is a good source of local organizations in need of volunteers.
The document states that the voluntary organizations of convicts in penal colonies are voluntary public formations of persons deprived of their freedoms by courts' sentences created in purpose of using elements of self-organization and self-management of convicts in the process of their correction.
This came when the President of the Central African Republic received, Wednesday, at the Presidential Palace in Bangui, the Sudanese Medical Mission which organized by the Sudanese Voluntary Organizations .
NEW DELHI, December 08, 2011 (Frontier Star): The US continues to be the biggest donor for Indian NGOs, contributing a little less than one-third of the total Rs 10,337 crore received by various non-profit voluntary organizations in 2009-10, Indian media reported on Wednesday.
Fehmida Mirza has called upon the voluntary organizations and health professionals to come forward and support the flood affected people of Badin.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) has awarded its top research award, the Skystone Ryan Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy, to Rachel McCleary for her book, Global Compassion: Private Voluntary Organizations and US.
The second section looks at strategies for working with emergency managers and maximizing the contributions of voluntary organizations. The third section reviews and summarizes policies, programs, initiatives, and trends; it culminates in a comprehensive set of interventions at the federal, state, local, and individual levels.

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