|Author:||Michale M. Cernea|
|Publisher:||World Bank (November 1, 1988)|
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3WWorld Bank Discussion Papers. Nongovernmental Organizations and Local Development.
3WWorld Bank Discussion Papers. Public Disclosure Authorized. Michael M. Cernea is the sociology advisor in the Agriculture and Rural Development Department of the World Bank and has been a member of the World Bank-NGO Steering Conmmitteesince 1982. Cernea, Michael M. World Bank discussionpapers; 40). Bibliography:p. 1. Non-governmental organizations.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are now recognized as key third sector actors on the landscapes . Cernea, M. M. (1988). Non-governmental organizations and local development, world bank discussion papers. Washington, DC: World Bank.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are now recognized as key third sector actors on the landscapes of development, human rights, humanitarian action, environment, and many other areas of public. Carroll, T. F. (1992).
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Cernea, Michael M. ‘Non-Governmental Organisations and Local Development. Constructing Global Civil Society: Morality and Power in International Relations. World Bank Discussion Paper 40, (April 1998). London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. Childers, Erskine, and Brian Urquhart. Renewing the United Nations System. Uppsala, Sweden: Dag Hammarskjold Foundation, 1994. Christian Relief and Development Association, Ethiopia.
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Are you sure you want to remove Nongovernmental organizations and local development from your list? Nongovernmental organizations and local development. by Cernea, Michael M. Published 1988 by World Bank in Washington, . Community development, Economic assistance, Non-governmental organizations.
Kahnhert, F. "Improving urban employment and labour productivity", Wor/d Bank Discussion Paper, N2 10, Washington, .
P. "Non-governmental organizations and local develop ment", Wvrld Bank Discussion Paper, World Bank, NV 40, Washington. "The urban enviroment and population recolation", en Urban recolation policy and practice IHS (p. Davidson et a. ed., Rotterdam, 1993, pp. 13-31. Kahnhert, F. Killick, T. Urban poverty and the informal sector in Latin America: perspectives and policy options summary of the workshop on urban poverty alleviation in Latin America, 1989, pp. 9-28.
As non-governmental organizations (NGOs) accumulate experience at implementing development projects, they sometimes attempt to increase their influence by engaging in policy advocacy
As non-governmental organizations (NGOs) accumulate experience at implementing development projects, they sometimes attempt to increase their influence by engaging in policy advocacy. This article analyses the organizational conditions under which national NGOs in Africa have been able to influence the formulation of agricultural and rural development policies. This paper reports results from one of the first large, nationally representative surveys of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in a developing country. The NGO sector in Bangladesh is highly organized and relatively homogeneous.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have become quite prominent in the field of international development in. .But the term NGO encompasses a vast category of groups and organizations.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have become quite prominent in the field of international development in recent decades. The World Bank, for example, defines NGOs as private organizations that pursue activities to relieve suffering, promote the interests of the poor, protect the environment, provide basic social services, or undertake community development.
Nongovernmental organizations and local development. World Bank-Discussion Papers, 1988. Involuntary resettlement in development projects: Policy guidelines in World Bank-financed projects. The World Bank, 1988. Making development sustainable: from concepts to action. I Serageldin, A Steer. The World Bank, 1994.