A literature review of the relationship between governance, funding strategy and sustainability of non-government organizations
The correlation among governance, funding strategy, and sustainability is vital for non-government organizations (NGOs) and is significant to scholars, policymakers, and NGO practitioners. This paper presents an extensive review of existing literature and a thorough analysis of the key factors affecting NGOs' sustainability. The paper defines fundamental concepts, exploring the probable relationship between...
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Impact of adolescent engagement in sexual and reproductive health program outcomes in Northern Ethiopia
Adolescent engagement in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) programs is mentioned both as reproductive right and a solution to reducing SRH burdens on adolescent youths in a society. However, in practice, due to gaps in monitoring, evaluation, and the reassessment of program interventions, significant policy and program gaps in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) persist. The factors for these include insufficient...
Impact of productive safety net program on household food security in Southern Ethiopia: Propensity score matching results
The study analyzed the impact of productive safety net program (PSNP) on household food security in drought-prone areas of Southern Ethiopia. A cross-sectional survey data were collected from 180 randomly sampled households. The study analyzed descriptive and logit econometric model data results. A propensity score matching (PSM) technique was used to estimate the inferential data results. The study findings show that...
The elephant in the room: Understanding recruitment pitfalls in NGOs
This commentary can be considered as an appeal to the leaders of humanitarian aid and developmental organizations (commonly referred to as Non-Governmental Organizations or NGOs) to critically reflect on the existing recruitment process and take corrective measures to address a number of grave concerns. The paper argues that the recruitment process is now often power-centric, which not only provides limited space for...