Abbreviation: Int. NGOJ
Start Year: 2006
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DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2016.0300[Article Number: 28B98E163738]
This article intends to find out contributions of microfinance of one coastal NGO in Bangladesh and satisfaction of clients. It is found that 91.51% of microfinance clients are female and majority of the respondents (63.10%) received loans from three to eight times. A number of clients failed to succeed due to adverse effects of climate change and man-made tyrannies like nuisance of pirates at fishing grounds. However,... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2016.0313[Article Number: EB509A362956]
Cameroon has enormous potentials for small ruminant production which are still largely underexploited. The Far North Region harbors about 3/4 of the total population of small ruminants (goat and sheep) in the country. Above 80% of the region’s population is involved in livestock rearing. Despite these potentials, the sustained challenges in the sector have been attributed to low investment in the sector.... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2016.0318[Article Number: 6A5AF0B62193]
We comment on a survey done to the donors of four major Spanish non-governmental organisations (NGOs). The main objective of the survey is to try to improve their revenue and functionality. We sent it to 38,794 donors and received 4,334 valid responses. The survey may have been capable in itself of increasing the number of donors that recommend the NGO and to measure it in the same survey. We may have developed the... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2016.0317[Article Number: 728A49D62089]
After the phase of Command-Control Mechanism in the 1970s and Market-oriented Mechanism in the 1980s, the evolution of China’s state governance has moved on to the third phase of Information disclosure, dialogue and cooperation mechanism. Accordingly, spatial governance is going through a similar process. The importance of public participation (PP) was addressed in China’s Agenda 21. In 1996, PP mechanisms... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2016.0309[Article Number: F978C4159625]
This study aims to explore the evolving relationship between the state and civil society from the perspective of crisis and its impact on governance type. Theoretically, the study adopts a dichotomous concept of crisis as either dissensus or consensus, and develops a typology of four governance modes that capture the dynamics of state-society relationships to facilitate empirical analysis: adversarial, managerial,... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2016.0305[Article Number: 727C48058926]
The town of Kilis in Kilis province, south-central Turkey is harboring about 100.000 urban Syrian refugees from the three-year-old Syrian conflict alongside its 82,000 Turkish residents. Malteser International and International Blue Crescent implemented mental health/psychosocial support intervention with the objective to improve well-being and resilience of urban Syrian refugee population. In this study, the authors... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2016.0302[Article Number: E33ED7558222]
In the literature of civil society organizations (CSOs), concept of “governance” has two broad research fields: one focuses on “external governance” and seeks to identify how CSOs are contributing to make the state mechanisms accountable, while the second one deals with “internal” governance of the CSOs and focuses more on the role of the board in achieving the internal governance.... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2015.0299[Article Number: 41EC63B56381]
In this article, the results of the quantitative data analysis are presented. Through a case study, the contribution of NGOs and smallholder farmer groups as sample rural institutions is examined in addressing four main objectives of improving health, education, agriculture as well as improving industry. The study involved 87 respondents from 40 organizations (19 NGOs and 21 Smallholder farmer groups) from central... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2015.0297[Article Number: 3B1825054097]
This paper shows the impact of gender, age, Income, Qualification, Designation and Experience on digital globalization of NGOs of DIKhan, KP Pakistan, which were examined through a survey approach with the help of Structured Questionnaire. Globalization is a process that involves the growing sense of connectivity and shrinking world with different factors including NGOs. The vigorous role of globalization of NGOs has a... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2015.0294[Article Number: 35D5F2B53538]
This article focuses on Violence against Children (VAC) as a growing public health and social development problem globally. It provides a summary of the framework and model focusing on addressing VAC which World Vision is implementing in East Africa. The systems approach and the Child Protection and Advocacy (CPA) model were considered in addressing VAC. In different ways communities are demonstrating enormous progress... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2015.0291[Article Number: 03E490751635]
The main objective of the study is to measure the change that might have taken place for having various interventions in the rural community. The survey was conducted in two locations: one, where specific program interventions took place (Experimental area) and two, where specific interventions did not take place (Control area). A total of 300 female respondents were interviewed at their residence; of them 200 were from... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2014.0286[Article Number: 61498C349205]
In the early 1990s Tajikistan emerged from the soviet union as new country. It disrupted all the services including educational enjoying Tajik people under USSR. The post-Soviet period in the region has been tumultuous and uncertain. The educational transition, its tasks and exact prospects seems unclear and bleak. Education spending suffered a rapid decline, rolling-back some of the achievements the sector... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2014.0289[Article Number: 2FDEF7849215]
The presence of Civil Society in Greece is lean even though the cultivation of the values of social solidarity and volunteerism they are notably developed. It is necessary to avoid jeopardizing the main traits of Civil Society, which are independence, diversity and their effectiveness. According to professor D. Dimitrakos, the Civil Society is the intermediary space between the state and citizen, the... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2011.027[Article Number: 6AA2F6548750]
In Nigeria, rural areas are experiencing neglect in connection with the provision of infrastructural facilities despite all the efforts being made by all tiers of past government in the country. This study is aimed at assessing the relevance of infrastructural facilities to rural housing development as it applied to Lagelu Local Government in Oyo State. The specific objectives of the study among others, include;... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2013.0284[Article Number: C536AE842743]
This article focuses on the development of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the post-Soviet country of Ukraine. Since the Soviet Union collapsed only 2 decades ago, civil society organizations have grown numerically, but are they making a difference in the lives of the citizens? Data from other former Soviet states show mixed results. Ukraine has a legacy of mistrust and distrust of NGOs; as it looks to... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2013.0283[Article Number: 07B298542720]
The objective of this study is to analyze the working potential of Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations (ENGOs) in Punjab, Pakistan. Semi-structured questionnaire was designed to fulfill the rationale of the study. The potential of working of ENGO is based on the various factors such as financial support, acceptability by the local community, qualification of the staff and social threats while working.... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2013.0281[Article Number: 9DD478642720]
The study is on adoption of “conservation farming” (CF) in maize production by small holder farmers of Makoni District in Zimbabwe as recommended by both government and non-governmental organization. The objective of this study was to find out the reasons why farmers did or did not adopt the recommended CF in maize production. Four categories of farmers were distinguished as: Adopting with support,... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2013.0279B[Article Number: BEDE61B41572]
The hard battle which was fought against the alien rule was marred by the division of united country [India]. Millions are said to have moved across the borders and lakhs have been died. This was an “irreparable loss” for the subcontinent. We can’t undo the partition which is now a reality. We must learn lessons from history. The aim of the paper is to focus on the writers’ perspectives, as... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2013.0278B[Article Number: A3F6AD741573]
Nigeria has been a patriarchy society where roles of women are restricted. This study revealed that women were underrepresented in the various political assignments such as presidential election, National assembly election, Ministerial Appointments, Federal House of Representative, Gubernatorial Election, State House of Assembly, Chairmanship and Councillorship Election at the local government level in the fourth... Read more.
DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ2013.0276B[Article Number: 7C8F88841574]
The study assessed performance of faith-based Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in rural development in Nasarawa State. Eighty (80) randomly selected beneficiaries from two purposively selected faith based NGO were used. Data were collected by the use of structured interview schedule and analysed using percentage, and mean scores. Faith based NGOs implemented several overlapping programmes for the target communities... Read more.
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