Liason Unit of Non-Governmental Organizations of seychelles (LUNGOS)

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Mailing Address
PO Box 885, Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles Seychelles
Organization Type
Non-governmental organization
Working languages
French English
Geographic Area of Intervention
Activities/Actions Areas - Details
Economic and Social: Biodiversity Business and Industry Children Citizenship and Governance Climate Change Coorporate Accountability Crime Prevention Culture Debt Relief Development Economics and Finance Education Environment Family Financing for Development Governance Information Religion Social Development Taxation Policy Technical Cooperation Trade and Development United Nations Funding Values Violence Volunteerism Women Women/gender Equality Youth Financing for Development: Addressing systemic issues External debt Increasing financial and technical cooperation for development International Cooperation in Tax Matters International Trade as an engine for development Mobilizing domestic financial resources for development Mobilizing international resources for development Gender Issues and Advancement of Women: Capacity building Education and training of women Institutional mechanisms for the advancement of women Millennium Development Goals Women and the economy Women in power and decision-making Public Administration: Ethics, Transparency and Accountability Governance and Public Administration Knowledge Systems and E-government Public Financial Management Public Service and Management Innovation Socio-Economic Governance and Management Social Development: Conflict Employment Poverty Social policy Technical cooperation Youth Statistics: Civil registration systems Sustainable Development: Capacity-building Partnerships
Citizens are fully engaged in development.
Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases Promote gender equality and empower women Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Develop global partnership for development Achieve universal primary education
International affiliations
ECOSOCC of African Union
Main targeted members
65 NGOS are members of this network.
Source of income
Donations and grants from domestic sources Membership fees or dues Foreign and international grants
Organization Structure
Board and Secretariate
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