The NGO Handbook—Handbook Series
Nongovernmental groups have been at the forefront of major social movements to improve people’s lives. Most NGOs are founded by people who are passionate about their communities or causes. Yet starting and running an NGO takes more than passion. It takes knowledge, skills, resources and relationships. It also takes time, planning, patience and flexibility. To be effective, an NGO needs to be legitimate, transparent and accountable.
(Book, 80 pgs.)