Good Neighbors is an international humanitarian development NGO founded in Korea in 1991 to make the world a place without hunger, where people live together in harmony. The first community development project in Bangladesh was launched in 1992 and currently Good Neighbors is working in 192 communities in 35 countries with our focus on inclusive community development approach and child protection.
In 1994, Good Neighbors implemented its first emergency response project in Rwandan refugee situation, providing medical relief teams and establishing two schools at the refugee camps.Starting with Rwanda emergency response, Good Neighbors has been actively responding various disaster and emergencies including Kobe earthquake in 1995, South Asia tsunami in 2004, Haiti earthquake 2010, Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 and Nepal Earthquake in 2015.
Foundation of Good Neighbors organization
Became the first Korean NGO to provide medical assistance to refugees with a group of doctors sent to Goma Zaire, Rwanda.
Awarded General Status at ECOSOC, UN (highest status for NGOs)
Awarded the UN Millennium Development Goals Award for contributing to universal primary education
December, Registration of a branch in the Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic
The opening of the Community Development Project "KOKCHU" -Chuy region, Sokuluk district Awarded the title of "Best Leader 2015" among the branches of Good Nabors International
The opening of the Community Development Project Bolot Mambetov-Ton district, Issyk-Kul region
Charity fundraising Platform
Good Neighbors exists to make the world a place without hunger, where people live together in harmony. Good Neighbors respects the human rights of our neighbors suffering from poverty, disasters and oppression, and helps them to achieve self-reliance and enable them to rebuild their hope.
We work in any place where there is a need, regardless of race, religion, ideology, and beyond geographical constraints
We promote self-reliance and the sustainable development of individuals, families and communities
We prioritize the rights of children
We create a sound global citizenship that encourages people to respect one another and live together in harmony
We mobilize and organize local volunteers to participate in developing their communities
We work in cooperation with our local partners who share our community development goals
We maintain professional accountability and transparency by reporting to our donors on the status of projects and finances
We encourage people to join Good Neighbors as donors to participate in our work
Good Neighbors exist to make a world without hunger, where people live in harmony.Good Neighbors respects the rights of their neighbors suffering from poverty, distress and oppression and helps them to gain self-confidence and gives them the opportunity to gain hope.
Good Neighbors attaches fundamental importance to children's rights so that they can reach their full potential. We are promoting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) and striving for the development and support of a society where children can learn and grow freely.
Good Neighbors designs projects and relies on the active participation of local people and community capabilities. By building strong partnerships with other organizations and volunteers, Good Neighbors can better implement projects and stimulate sustainable development.
Good Neighbors supports local groups at the local, national and international levels in order to help those deprived of their rights and opportunities to openly express their opinions.
Child Protection Policy is a part of Good Neighbors’ philosophy, and it was instituted in order to protect children’s rights and encourage participation from children to build sustainable futures.
The purpose of Good Neighbors’ Child Protection Policy is to protect the child from all forms of dangers and threats. We proceed our work upon the Child Protection Policy to ensure children’s healthy development and progress.
Good Neighbors Child Protection Policy recognizes the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Good Neighbors Mission, and children’s rights as its principles.
|- First||the interests of children are prioritized above all|
|- Second||children are not discriminated against in any way|
|- Third||children are ensured direct participation|
Code of Conduct is very important and it must be observed.