The Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief….
NWHO is a signatory to the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief, and has agreed to comply with the 10 principles of the Code.
Adherence to standards…
NWHO is a full member of People in Aid, a global network of development and humanitarian assistance agencies which promotes good practice in the management and support of aid personnel.
Adherence to standards…
New World Hope Organization is a signatory to the Code of Good Practice for NGOs Responding to HIV/AIDS.
We are pleased to announce that NWHO is now an officially accredited NGO, as per the UN General Assembly's decision (A/66/L/44) that has given accreditation to some 800 organisations to attend the RIO+20 conference. (May 2012),
NWHO is Officially Accredited by the UN General Assembly
“NWHO BECAME A FULL MEMBER OF IUCN IN 2013”
Our organization partners and supporters are the key to our success. We are deeply grateful for the generosity of our donors, partners and sponsors who support our mission and enable us to make a difference on a bigger scale in the lives of people we support.
New World Hope Organization launched tree planting campaign in Pakistan in 2007 with the objective of making Pakistan a green country. Tree planting campaigns are launched every year at the national level during spring and monsoon seasons. Every year NWHO plants trees with the involvement of general public, students, NGOs and corporate sector. Thousands of different fruit and shady plants have been planted and distributed to schools, hospitals, old age homes and other community centers as part of the campaign for protection of our environment and friendly environment.
UN seal the deal campaign 2009
New World Hope Organization encouraged local people to become involved in Seal the Deal -UNEP Campaign. NWHO organized lectures of environment awareness on climate change and a clean up campaign in schools and colleges in Pakistan.The events attracted many young people who were delighted to take such action and to have a say in protecting the planet. Thousands of students in Pakistan (Urban and Rural areas of the country) also supported the Seal the Deal! Campaign by signing the Climate Petition.
NWHO collected thousands of signatures for Seal the Deal across Pakistan and also collected signatures in Asian Disaster Reduction & Response Network (ADRRN) Annual Meeting from the participants of Meeting.
Environmental Protection Awareness 2015
NWHO is committed to environmental protection and conservation. NWHO launched a environmental awareness and protection program under the theme “Think, Act, Save”. The objective of the environmental protection awareness is to teach the students in Pakistan, raising awareness of the urgent and near dangers we face on land, in the atmosphere and in our water.
UNEP Seal the Deal Campaign
Students, teachers, individuals, CSOs took part in seal the deal activities by stampings and signed their names on the cloths and Seal The Deal Petition Card.