NGO Database



UNODC has established an  electronic NGO database listing over 3,300 NGOs involved in prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicts, alternative development, crime prevention (including anti-human trafficking and anti-corruption activities), and criminal justice reforms. This database includes information provided by NGOs and input from UNODC's field offices where NGOs actively participate in operational projects.


If your organization would like to be included in this database, please complete this  factsheet (doc)  and return it according to the instructions.



This NGO database is a free service provided by UNODC, and NGOs are included in the database based on their active involvement in activities related to UNODC's mandate. The purpose of the database is to assist NGOs in their attempts to network and cooperate with one another. Inclusion of an NGO does not imply any official relationship with UNODC. Readers are reminded to exercise their own judgment and, in doubt, to confirm the information herein with other sources. The views, policies and actions of the persons, associations, groups and organizations included in this database do not necessarily reflect the views, policies or actions of UNODC, nor are they endorsed by UNODC. UNODC does not take responsibility for the quality, views, policies and/or actions of the persons or organizations listed in this database. Information in this database is provided strictly "as is" and without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. In line with General Assembly resolution 92(I) of 7 December 1946, the use of the United Nations logo and emblem is only reserved for the official purposes of the Organization unless otherwise authorised by the Secretary-General. Proceeding beyond this disclaimer constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.