South Asia Partnership International (SAP International)
Société asiatique des partenaires internationales
Founded as a network of NGOs cooperating in support of programs in Asia and to increase Canadian awareness of South Asia development issues. No activities reported since 2011.
Support development perspective among development actors; promote institutionalization of participatory process of sustainable development; develop professional human resource in NGDO sectors; strengthen development information, communication and documentation; promote and strengthen development to organization of civil society; develop linkage and networking between and among CBOs/NGDOs/INDGOs.
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