Note On Issues Facing Nongovernmental Organizations

Academic Case Study by:
William F. Meehan III, Sheila Bonini, Brian Tayan
Published: 2005
[photo - William F. Meehan III]

Nongovernmental organizations have become an increasingly important intermediary for international development.

This class note explains how the nongovernmental organization has evolved and the role it played in the early nineties as agencies and nonprofit organizations seeked to employ market strategies to bring development to poor nations.

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Case No: SM141

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