Counterpart International (FSP)
1965-01-27 New York NY USA
27 Jan 1965, New York NY (USA), as Foundation for the Peoples of the South Pacific (FSP) -- Fondation pour les peuples du Pacifique Sud; also referred to as Counterpart Foundation. Present name adopted 1992, when Counterpart Foundation became a subdivision, but still works with Pacific Island nations under original name. Headquarters moved to Washington DC (USA) in 1993. Includes the former U-XG7475 - International Humanitarian Assistance Programs (IHAP).
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