Making a difference: NGOs and development in a changing world

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Earthscan Publications, 1992 - Social Science - 240 pages
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As Western aid budgets are slashed and government involvement with aid programmes reduced, NGOs in the voluntary sector are finding themselves taking an ever-increasing share of development work overseas. As they do so, they are forced to grow and to assume new responsibilities, taking more important and wide-ranging decisions - in many cases, without having had the chance to step back and review the options before them and the best ways of maximizing the impact they make. This collection of essays explores the strategies available to NGOs to enhance their development work, reviewing the ways that options can be understood, appropriate programmes and likely problems.

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Contents

Foreword
7
Introduction
13
implications for scalingup
28
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About the author (1992)

Michael Edwards is Director of the Ford Foundation's Governance and Civil Society Program.

David Hulme is Professor of Development Studies and Founder-Director of the Chronic Poverty Research Centre and the Brooks World Poverty Institute, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester.

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