International NGO Journal

  • Abbreviation: Int. NGOJ
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8225
  • DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 253

Table of Content: July-December 2019; 14(5)

July 2019

Contrasting the impact of the Movimento dos Sem Terra – MST and the International Land Coalition - ILC on empowerment of local communities

The influence of international donors of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) acting in developing countries has been the subject of a significant amount of academic literature. This article adds to such body of study by examining specifically the effect of international donors in the fight for land. Through contrasting how the International Land Coalition - ILC and the Movimento dos Sem Terra - MST work in Brazil the...

Author(s): Márcio Calvet Neves

July 2019

The participatory structures of poverty in Africa

Participatory structures of poverty in Africa are founded in ideology, foreign aid, guilt from colonialism, paternalism, democracy, and capitalism. The latter two are becoming more well known to the general public, forcing the subject matter to be acknowledged in diplomacy circles. Actively participating in a structure that maintains poverty, works against humanity. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1963) is quoted “No...

Author(s): Angela R. Pashayan

July 2019

The optimal structure for managing NGOs` projects in Lebanon

In response to the structural problems faced by some of the non- governmental organizations (NGOs) in Lebanon, evaluating the different structures` performance is particularly important especially in developing countries that require NGOs to provide speedy, timely and effective response to beneficiary needs. The aim of this paper is to identify the optimal structure for managing NGOs` projects, especially when...

Author(s): Ghenwa Al Hakim, Rabih Zotti and Joseph Haddad

July 2019

Understanding the importance of malaria control tools by pregnant and nursing mothers is key to ending malaria burden in Nigeria: A case study of eight communities in South-South Nigeria

The current National Malaria Strategy Plan (NMSP) 2014 to 2020, aims to transit Nigeria from malaria control to malaria elimination status by 2020. However, the most recent WHO Malaria Report 2018 revealed that Nigeria accounted for 25% of 219 million of the global malaria cases and 19% of 435,000 malaria deaths in 2017.  The strategies of NMSP among others are: To significantly scale up Indoor Residual Spray...

Author(s): Nelly O. Kusimo, David E. Matthew, Blessing A. Olasunkanmi, Matthew E. Agwae and Michael O. Kusimo,  

December 2019

Mainstreaming psychological first aid response during disaster events in Nepal

Mental health and psychosocial intervention to disaster events is comparatively new and growing concept in Nepal, which often gets neglected during the emergencies. Though the government has acknowledged the importance of mental health components, psychosocial intervention still deserves the long journey to be mainstreamed in disaster response. In this context, Japan International Support Program (JISP) and IsraAID...

Author(s): Rajesh Bhusal and Sumina Machamasi