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'The book is a useful contribution not only for NGO practitioners, but for others who interface with NGOs as well.' Development Policy Review

About the Author

Michael Edwards is the director of the Ford Foundation's Governance and Civil Society Unit in New York, having worked in international development for the last 20 years. He is the author of Future Positive: International Co-operation in the 21st Century and co-editor (with John Gaventa) of Global Citizen Action. Alan Fowler is a consultant, analyst and writer who has worked for over 20 years with international development NGOs in Africa, Asia and the United States. He is author of Striking a Balance: A Guide to Enhancing the Effectiveness of NGOs in International Development and The Virtuous Spiral: A Guide to Sustainability for NGOs in International Development.

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In 1992, when the earliest contribution in this book was published, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and 'NGO management' were scarcely a topic of public debate. Read the first page
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
should be required reading in business schools Nov. 28 2006
By Byron Reimus - Published on Amazon.com
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A primer on how to start an NGO that ends up doing a better job of explaining some of what's behind the explosion of activism in recent years than anything else out there that I have come across. Anyone interested in this subject-- from academics and students, to business executives, public policy makers and journalists--will find this book highly informative and insightful.
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Insightful Dec 1 2010
By F. Cazares - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was purchased for a course I had taken about NGO's and while I rarely have written reviews about texts purchased for classes I felt this one was a special exception. It is incredibly insightful and provides a great look into the world of NGO's and how they operate. A great read if you're interested in the subject.


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