NGO accountability is an issue that has received much attention recently, particularly as NGOs’ sphere of influence – on policy, development priorities, and service delivery - grows. Because of the role that NGOs play in humanitarian and development efforts throughout the world, they must be able to respond to the needs and concerns of a range of stakeholders, including NGO beneficiaries, the donor community, and civil society at large.
The resources in this folder address issues of NGO performance and accountability in international development assistance. They explore arguments for and against the notion that NGOs represent a more effective means for delivering development aid, and provide useful tips and strategies for establishing and maintaining standards for accountability.
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- Beyond the Magic Bullet: NGO Performance and Accountability in the ...
- Accountability and Evaluation Training Modules
- Accountability relationships for development success
- Answering for Ourselves: Accountability for Citizen Organisations
- Citizen Sector Accountability Initiatives and Papers
- Citizen Sector Accountability Literature Review
- Civil Society Accountability: “Who Guards the Guardians?”
- Civil society efforts in improving accountability in Africa
- EL TERCER SECTOR COMO ESPACIO DE INTEGRACIÓN MORAL: Primer Taller del Grupo ...
- Humanitarian Accountability: Key Elements and Operational Framework
- Political Responsibility in Transnational NGO Advocacy
- Rethinking governance handbook: an inventory of ideas to enhance ...
- Seeking NGO-Donor Partnership for Greater Effectiveness and Accountability
- The Role of NGO Self-Regulation in Increasing Stakeholder Accountability
- Toward a Framework for NGO Accountability
- Towards Accountability: Narrowing the Gap Between NGO Priorities and Local ...
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