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Transcript of NGOS
Less than 4% of oceans remain unaffected by human activity:
Overfishing, pollution, squander potential sources of food and trashing marine wildlife.
Biggest International ngo which protects oceans - founded in 2001.
Campaigns to help save the oceans and feed the world.
Targets: increasing marine biodiversity, restoring ocean abundance and protecting habitat.
What is a NGO?
Association that operates independently of government.
Serve some social or political purpose.
Funded by donations and run by volunteers.
Non-profit status: no financial objective.
Unfairy Tales: The story of Ivine and Pillow | UNICEF
By: Elizabeth Romano, Malole Arribas, Sabrina Oliva, Lucía Gómez & Isabel Meléndez
1. What is a NGO?
3. Mama's Alliance
26 NGOs working together.
Founded: October 2014.
Target: offer daily care to thousands of children in South Africa like:
Health and food.
Education and school uniforms.
Provides counseling to kids under 18.
New, safe and meaningful future.
Creates a movement that will change the future for South Africa’s children.
Mary Emma Allison
Halloween 1950, Philadephia
1953, promotion of the program
Lyndon B. Johnson
MySpace + Facebook
2015, more than 100$ million
7 September 2006
UNICEF + FC Barcelona = 1.5 million Euros
January 2007 with Canada
1950, Pensylvania, $17
2004...support of Montblanc
Opposed creation of large-scale
PROMOTION AND FUNDRAISNG
It campaigns -> countries that control 1/3 of world's wild fish catch
WINNING POLICY CHANGE THAT CAN INCREASE OCEAN BIODIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE
•Reducing by catch.
•Protecting important marine habita
OCEANA'S COUNTRY-BY-COUNTRY APPROACH
•Focuses on the countries that control the world’s fish catch.
•29 countries and the EU --> 90 percent of the world’s seafood catch.
United States, Europe, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Chile and Philippines
• One-Time donation
• Monthly donation
• 35€ - 500€
11 December 1946
34 national committees
Nobel Peace Prize 1965