INGOs World Bank Blogs My navel gazing paper on the future of INGOs and other big aid beasts came out last week Here s a summary I wrote for t he Guardian.Thanks to all those who fed in on earlier drafts Oxfam s Deputy CEO Penny Lawrence gives a semi official response. A miasma of existential doubt seems to hang over large chunks of the aid industry, even here in the UK, where I ve argued before that a INGOs People, Spaces, Deliberation For me, one of the most fruitful aspects of field trips such as last week s visit to see Oxfam s work in the Philippines is the exchange it sets up in my head between the academic literature and debates I ve been ploughing through in the UK, and the reality of our work on the ground A good trip confirms, improves or adds to your thinking, and occasionally shows you that you have The Importance of Implementation Gaps People, Spaces I ve been reading the set of papers Oxfam recently published on local governance and community action see previous blog and was struck by how central the issue of implementation gaps is in our work An implementation gap is where a set of institutions often created via decentralization , policies or budgets or all three exist on paper, but are absent on the ground. How Should INGOs Prepare for the Coming Disruption How Should INGOs Prepare for the Coming Disruption Reading the Aid Development Horizon Scans so that you don t have to How Can INGOs Improve their Work in Fragile and Conflict There s nothing like the impending threat of giving a talk to make you mug up on an issue, usually the morning before Today s exercise in skating on thin ice the secret Keep moving Fast as possible was a recent talk to some Indiana University students studying the developmental role of the state while enjoying our splendid British summer ahem. Evaluation Report ifc vi Evaluation report Bank of Palestine Strengthens Women Owned Businesses and the Economy As the largest global development institu tion focused on the private sector, IFC believes that investing in women s entrepre neurship is not only PROMOTING AGRIBUSINESS INNOVATION IN NEPAL Agribusiness Innovation Center in Nepal Report iv INCLUDE The Inclusive Development of the Economy Programme GIZ infoDev Information for Development of The World Bank Group INGO International Nongovernment Organization Ownership Issues to Consider OCCASIONAL PAPER company, etc For purposes of this paper, an NGO has the following attributes it has no owners, cannot distribute profits, is not part of the state, and has Civil Society World Bank The World Bank Group works with civil society, which includes the wide array of non governmental and not for profit organizations that have a presence in public life, express the interests and values of their members and others, based on ethical, cultural, political, scientific, religious or philanthropic considerations Civil Society Organizations CSOs have emerged as a major force World Bank Group International Development, Poverty With member countries, staff from than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
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