Tag: NGO Relationships

This Week’s Recommended Read

Following on from our newly updated resource catalogue, we will be suggesting a recommended read every week! These will be […]

Praxis Paper 15. Organisational Capacity Building in Central Asia

This paper focuses on the history and current context of civil society in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, presenting information on key […]

OPS 45. Aid Architecture: Reflections on NGDO Futures and the Emergence of Counter-Terrorism

NGOs involved int international development (NGDOs) face unprecedented conditions that call for thoughtful responses. Three major dynamics are combining to […]

OPS 38. What Makes CSO Coalitions Effective?

The last few years have witnessed a seismic shift in the perceived role of civil society. Donors in particular have […]

Briefing Paper 4. NGOs and Partnership

This Policy Briefing Paper presents the findings from the first of INTRAC’s research ‘Promoting Effective North-South NGO Partnerships’ and draws […]

OPS 32. Partnerships: Negotiating Relationships

To be effective, institutions within the international aid system require a variety of working relationships. Ideally, each relationship will be […]

OPS 33. Emerging NGO-Business Relations in Central Asia

NGOs and businesses are often perceived as being at opposite ends of the continuum of concern on issues of poverty […]

OPS 15. Partners or Contractors: A Case Study of Peru

This report explores the changing mechanisms of funding, and the implications of some of these changes on the funders-official agencies […]

OPS 14. The Relationship Between Official Agencies and NGOs: Bangladesh

This case study examines the impact of direct funding on the development of the non-governmental (NGO) sector in Bangladesh. In […]