5 edition of Managing NGOs in Developing Countries: Volume One found in the catalog.
December 15, 2005
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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Downloadable! The proliferation of non‐governmental organizations (NGOs) in the developing, as well as the developed, world, has triggered an ‘associational revolution’. Political scientists, however, have made a relatively minor contribution to the contemporary NGO literature which has evolved since the mid‐s. This article examines some of the main political themes . Strategic Management of NGOs in Developing Countries This literature review summarizes the knowledge in the field of strategic management of international Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) operating in developing countries, based on the analysis of books and articles published since Author: Niaz Murtaza, Michael J. Austin.
The term, "non-governmental organization" or NGO, came into use in because of the need for the UN to differentiate in its Charter between participation rights for intergovernmental specialized agencies and those for international private organizations. At the UN, virtually all types of private bodies can be recognized as NGOs. This paper will focus on the roles played by these NGOs internationally and the local ones as well in the conservation of bio-diversity, especially on wetlands. The overall aim of this paper is to provide an understanding of the importance roles of NGOs for the conservation of wetlands worldwide and to discuss proposals and recommendations for Cited by: 6.
Relating NGO Work and Management with Macro Situations By Zafar Iqbal Qureshi (Ed) Edition ; Publisher: Managing NGOs in Developing Countries; Oxford University Press, Oxford, Karachi; Price: Pk Rs. /-; Pages: Vol. 1 (PP vii + ), Vol II (PP xiii + ). Facilitating social learning through implementation of sustainable waste management activities with schools: case study of two urban based NGOs Global environmental change smart rangers project Global Environmental Center is an environmental NGO based in Selangor, Malaysia and was founded in Cited by: 5.
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This volume contains well-researched management case studies that are drawn from real life issues in non-government organizations. The case studies included in this volume represent the key concerns for future generations that include education, both formal and informal, adolescent health, issues facing special children and law.
Book Reviews / African and Asian Studies 7 () Zafar Iqbal Qureshi. Managing NGO’s in Developing Countries: Concepts, Frameworks and Cases (Volume One). New York: Oxford University Press, ; pages; no price stated.
Zafar Iqbal Qureshi’s Managing NGO’s in Developing Countries: Concepts, Frameworks and Cases (Volume One. This literature review summarizes the knowledge in the field of the strategic management of international NGOs operating in developing countries based on the analysis of books and articles published since The review yielded five major themes: 1) relationships with donors, 2) relationships with host governments, 3) NGO coordination, 4) NGO accountability and 5) Author: Niaz Murtaza, Michael J.
Austin. Managing NGOs in developing countries. Karachi ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Z I Qureshi; Bashir Ahmad Khan, Prof.; Arif Nazir Butt; LUMS-McGill Social Enterprise Development Centre.
In response to the structural problems faced by some of the non- governmental organizations (NGOs) in Lebanon, evaluating the different structures` performance is particularly important especially in developing countries that require NGOs to provide speedy, timely and effective response to beneficiary needs.
The aim of this paper is to identify the optimal structure for managing Author: Ghenwa Al Hakim, Rabih Zotti, Joseph Haddad. NGOs and Organizational Change contains valuable and sometimes disturbing insights into the real life of Southern NGOs - for managers, students and supporters alike.’ Ian Smillie - co-author of Managing for Change: Leadership, Strategy & Management in Asian NGOsAuthor: Alnoor Ebrahim.
According to the local laws and regulations of most countries, all registered NGOs are required to maintain a system for recording and submitting all types of financial transactions made by them for the purposes of implementing projects and running their finances are a crucial part of organizational management, it is always a better idea to maintain a ‘Financial.
Books; Journals; Additional Products; Titles No Longer Published by Brill; Librarians. Managing NGOs in Developing Countries Volume II: Management Cases from Pakistan Managing NGOs in Developing Countries Volume II: Management Cases from Pakistan in African and Asian : Phillip Wagner.
development performance of many countries on the continent. 9 Governance issues in the bureaucratic arena take on special significance given the massive pressures that have been placed on public agencies in recent years to become leaner, more efficient and bring services closer to the people.
In many developing countries, in particular. By J Wagona Makoba* Journal of Third World Studies Spring The phenomenal growth of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) at both international and national levels is due to the changing attitude of donor agencies about development assistance and the increased demand for NGO services in Third World countries.1 NGOs are non-membership support organizations.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are high-profile actors in the field of international development, both as providers of services to vulnerable individuals. and communities and as campaigning policy advocates. This book provides a critical introduction to the wide-ranging topic of NGOs and Size: 2MB.
Managing Non-Governmental Organizations in Botswana. This paper explores the extent to which non-governmental organizations are managed in the context of Botswana.
The paper is based mainly on secondary data analysis. The results indicate that NGOs are efficiently managed in Botswana, particularly in the areas of human rights. The Kuwaiti NGOs: their role in aid flows to developing countries (English) Abstract.
There is evidence of a substantial amount of Kuwaiti private aid flows to developing countries, although reliable estimates are not yet systematically : Nural Abdulhadi. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have become quite prominent in the field of international development in recent decades.
But the term NGO encompasses a vast category of groups and organizations. The World Bank, for example, defines NGOs as private organizations that pursue activities to relieve suffering, promote the interests of the poor. Vol 5 No 27 December Exploring the Challenges Threatening the Survival of Ngos in Selected African Countries Prof.
Kang’ethe University of Fort Hare, Department of Social Work and Social Development, Box X, Alice. South Africa Email: [email protected] Mr. Tatenda Manomano. Non-Profit / NGO Management and Development The program's emphasis in Non-Profit / NGO Management and Development provides students with working knowledge of the administrative, financial, and organizational aspects of non-profit organizations / NGOs.
Special course work focuses on the particular managerial challenges faced by non-governmental organizations. They consider the scope, structure and –nancial base of the nonpro–t sector in a cross-section of countries (six developed and –ve developing countries) using a coherent comparative methodology.
They conclude that the NGO sector is more complex and diverse in developing than in developed countries Œand least understood.
Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) play an important role in the economic development of developing countries. They provide services to society through welfare works for community development, assistance in national disasters, sustainable system development, and Cited by: 3.
Ardener, S. and Fonjong, L.N.,Efforts of religious institutions and NGOs in improving the welfare of the poor in developing countries, in: New Issues in Women's Studies and Development from.
Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 1 (February, ), pp. Pal Pareg and Dan C.O. Kaseje "Growth of Civil Society in Developing Countries: implications for health" Lancet (Ma ): James A.
Paul "NGO Access at the UN: A Narrative Account" New York: Global Policy Forum, James A. Paul.The integrated sustainable solid waste management (ISSWM) was first developed in mid s by a Dutch NGO called WASTE - and further developed in s by the Collaborative Working Group on Solid Waste Management in Low- and Middle-Income Countries - (CWG), then it became as a by: There is already much literature on the significance of NGOs in the development process.
However, there has been little discussion on why the NGOs take on different forms in different countries. This volume examines the state-NGO relationships in fifteen countries. It is not, however, a pot-pourri of country reports.
All the contributors use the same analytical Reviews: 1.