Top: Charities (21)
- Norwegians help Russia
What you see here is just the top of the iceberg. Norwegian people do a lot of humanitarian work, and not every initiative is represented on the Web.
Can YOU help Russian children, too?
- Sverres hjemmeside - a Norwegian man living in St. Petersburg helps orphan home in Sjeksna and organizes tours for Norwegian tourists that support this charity.
- Project Kaliningrad - help to Russian orphanage for disabled children in Kaliningrad.
- Article in Universitetsavisa about Cecilie Nordstrøm's work (2002).
- Petrus Hansens barnehjem - help to orphan home in Murmansk; "remote adoption" via supporting a particular child.
- Children of Chernobyl - charity purchases medical equipment for Belorussian children affected by radiation.
- Prosjekt Klimovichi - Norwegians from Halden help the Ukrainian town of Klimovichi affected by the Chernobyl disaster (inactive?).
- Adventist Church in Drammen helps orphanage near Pskov, etc.
- Norwegian Red Cross !NN works in all ex-USSR states.
- Norsk Folkehjelp has some projects in Russia.
- North Norway Deacony Foundation helps people with learning and physical disabilities in Northern Norway, and has a branch in Arkhangelsk.
- Nord-Balt Prison Project & Twin Prison Project !NN - international project between Norway and Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Turkey on conditions in prisons and collaboration between prisons (1999).
- Salemkirken in Oslo has a missionary in Murmansk. Many articles from Russia scattered on the site.
- Active Child Aid - help to children mostly in Russia and ex-USSR countries.
- Elin Amundsen from NTNU helps inhabitants of Barentsburg@.
- Pinsekirken i Bærum sends help to the hospital for people with disabilities in Bobruisk (Belorussia).
- "Hjelp til Russland" foundation (Kristiansand)
- 2001/2002: Building a children's home in Vyborg and renovating a cantina in one of St. Petersburg prisons; see articles in Dagen and Fædrelandsvennen.
- Adopsjonsforum - adoption of children, including those from Russia.
- Verdens Barn (Children of the World) - adoption of children, including those from Russia.
- Kola Norwegians, please show up! - Norwegians 'locked up' in Russia after 1917, or their descendants, can now return to Norway.
- Hjelp Kola-Nordmennene - organization for "Kola Norwegians" (inactive?).
- Repatriation of "Kola Norwegians" - official information from Norwegian Embassy.