About Us

In 1993, at the height of the Balkans wars the UK National Police Aid Convoys was formed to carry humanitarian aid to refugee camps. At the end of the wars they built on their experience and continued procuring and delivering humanitarian and development aid to wherever the need was identified.

They critically research their own projects and ensure monitoring is in place for all donations sent abroad and have grown into a formidable NGO with a solid base of good volunteers working to their various and many strengths.

Their principles, mission and method of operating remains the same as it was in 1993 – to use their name and bit of influence for good.    

They are proud to all be volunteers who pay their own costs and travel expenses when going abroad to monitor and research.

 

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  • By Royal Robbins help National Police Aid Convoy on April 8, 2013 at 10:22 am

    […] Royal Robbins are pleased to be able to announce the donation of a sizeable amount of clothing to the National Police Aid Convoy. The clothing donation will be making it’s way to Africa, where it’s needed. Check out the amazing work that this awesome charity do: http://www.npac.org.uk/about/ […]

  • National Police Aid Convoys

    This is the update blog from NPAC - delivering development aid since 1993. For a summary of what we do, have a look at our home page.