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The GRDC Research Programme on Non-Governmental Organizations and the Civil Society
So what niche can NGOs fill in the process of development and growth? At the local, national and international levels?
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The NGO Café
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
and the Civil Society

Realizing the growing importance and voice of NGOs in development in general, the NGO Café was set up as a platform for NGOs to discuss, debate and disseminate information on their work, strategies and results.

The objectives of the Café are to assist NGOs in enhancing and improving their programmes and activities; to effect a better understanding of NGOs in general; and to enable NGOs to network at local, regional and international levels.

Highlights of GDRC Research
 Latest publications from GDRC:
Full list
of docs
 ■ Registering an NGO: A Quick Guide
Management Tools Series E-123. August 2020.
 ■The NGO Funding Mix: A Continuum of Sources
Policy Analysis Series E-112. September 2015 .
 ■ Starting a Non-Governmental Organization
Management Tools Series E-052. June 2015.
 ■ The Concept of Accountability: Implications for NGOs
Concept Note Series E-054. May 2015.
What is GDRC doing now?
  Currently, GDRC is focussing on issues related to starting an NGO. A number of aspects need to be taken into consideration when starting an NGO. The existing feature on "Starting an NGO" is being enhanced for this purpose.
   ■ GDRC Programme on Informal Sector
   ■ GDRC Programme on Microfinance

This programme is a part of:
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    GDRC's Community Sphere    

More information on the WWW Virtual LibrariesThis GDRC programme is a designated 'WWW Virtual Library' on Non-Governmental Organizations

Most popular sections of the NGO Cafe:
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