International NGO Journal

  • Abbreviation: Int. NGOJ
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8225
  • DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 258

Table of Content: October, 2013; 8(7)

October 2013

Partition through literature

The hard battle which was fought against the alien rule was marred by the division of united country [India]. Millions are said to have moved across the borders and lakhs have been died. This was an “irreparable loss” for the subcontinent. We can’t undo the partition which is now a reality. We must learn lessons from history. The aim of the paper is to focus on the writers’ perspectives, as...

Author(s): Showkat Ahmad Dar

October 2013

An assessment of gender inequality in democratic politics in the fourth republic in Nigeria (1999-2003)

Nigeria has been a patriarchy society where roles of women are restricted. This study revealed that women were underrepresented in the various political assignments such as presidential election, National assembly election, Ministerial Appointments, Federal House of Representative, Gubernatorial Election, State House of Assembly, Chairmanship and Councillorship Election at the local government level in the fourth...

Author(s): Ojo, John Sunday

October 2013

Performance of faith-based grassroot non-governmental organisations in rural development in Nasarawa State, Nigeria

The study assessed performance of faith-based Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in rural development in Nasarawa State. Eighty (80) randomly selected beneficiaries from two purposively selected faith based NGO were used. Data were collected by the use of structured interview schedule and analysed using percentage, and mean scores. Faith based NGOs implemented several overlapping programmes for the target communities...

Author(s): Dimelu M. U., Salua E. S. and Igbokwe E. M.

October 2013

An analysis of drug abuse along the coastal region of Kenya

This study sought to examine the connection between youth and drug abuse which has raises several questions, like: Why are young people at risk of drug abuse? Why do young people use drugs? What is wrong with doing drugs? The study will try to answer some of these questions, but there is a need to start with the basics. In Kenya today more youth are abusing drugs than in any other time in history, and many of the youth...

Author(s): Korir Weldon