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Hmong National Development, Inc.

 
     
 
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS
  American Farmland Trust
  American Mushroom Institute
  American Nursery & Landscape Association
  The Farm Credit Council
  Hmong National Development, Inc.
  Institute for Social and Economic Development
  National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
  National Turkey Federation
  Rural Coalition/ Coalicion Rural
  Rural Community Assistance Program

Program Description
The HND is a non-profit organization that assists Hmong communities throughout the United States in achieving economic self sufficiency, quality education and resource development. HND provides technical assistance, workshops and presentations to Hmong organizations and individuals in the areas of planning, public relations, communications, forming networks, finding resources, and writing proposals and business plans. The Hmong are an ethnic group who, prior to 1975, settled throughout southern China, Vietnam, Laos, Burma and Thailand. Most of the Hmong resettling in the United States are refugees from Laos.

Contact
Charlie J Chang
1326 18th N. W.
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 463-2118
Email: HND97DC@nmaa.org
Web: www.nmaa.org/membehnd/demo2

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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