Nationalisation of International NGO Programmes and Institutions

Nationalisation of International NGO Programmes and Institutions


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Nationalisation process covers three distinct phases: indigenisation of management positions, institutional development and capacity building, and complete handover of ownership. National staff often consider nationalisation as a negative step as it brings uncertainty for viability of the organisation. INGOs perceive nationalisation as a developmental step for enhancing local ownership, participation and capacity, and moving from direct implementation to partnership. However, they also view this as a convenient way of phasing out their involvement motivated by a lack of funding. Donors consider nationalisation as a more cost-effective development approach that provides a direct link with local organisations. Considerable effort is usually focused on creating a new national organisation but inadequate attention is paid to developing a post-nationalisation strategy. Often INGOs embrace nationalisation when they run out of funding. Genuine nationalisation occurs when there is a clear intent to devolve programmes backed by enhancing the local capacity, a clear institutional framework, and an authentic partnership between parent and nationalised NGOs after the institutional separation.

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SKU :COC74942
Country of ManufactureIndia
Product BrandLAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
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Product First Available On ClickOnCare.com2015-10-08
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