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Cyprus Mediation Association
Aims to establish a peaceful society through the philosophy of mediation.
Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation
Non-profit organization aimed at extending the study of the history and culture of Cyprus as an island of the wider Hellenic world.
Commitee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (Cmp )
Looks only into cases of persons reported missing in the inter-communal fighting as well as in the events of July 1974 and afterward in Cyprus.
St. Andrew Society of Paphos, Cyprus
Society dedicated to Scottish in order to meet and socialize with Cypriot people.
District Grand Lodge of Cyprus
Official website of the District Grand Lodge of Cyprus, which operates under the auspices of the United Grand Lodge of England.
United Kingdom Citizens Association, Cyprus
Social club for British expatriates either living in or visiting Cyprus.
Nicolas Economou Foundation (NEF), Cyprus
Non-profit organization, in the name of Nicolas Economou - the pianist, composer and thinker - who passed away at the early age of 40 in a car accident in 1993.
Soma Akriton Cyprus
Independent, democratic and modern organization offers knowledge and new ideas to the youth of Cyprus.
Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS), Cyprus
Non-profit organisation which promotes and contributes to projects of social, political, and economic themes relating to gender with an emphasis on the Mediterranean region.
Non-profit organisation in Cyprus promoting against the use of drugs.
Acklimatise - Cyprus Relocation Assistance
Young and dynamic company aims to maximise the expatriate's easy integration to Limassol in all aspects of daily life.
Thalassaemia International Federation Cyprus
International non-governmental organisation coordinating the various issues of Thalassaemia in Cyprus.
Cyprus Youth Council (CYC)
Promotes dialogue between non-governmental youth organizations in Cyprus.
Cypro-Hungarian Society of Friendship and Cultural Relations
Nonprofit organization, established in 1989 by Cypriots who have studied and graduated in Hungarian universities and wanted to keep and share their cultural experience after returning back to Cyprus.