How donors can uncover fraud in NGOs they fund

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) undoubtedly perform stellar work across Kenya. When vulnerable citizens at the bottom of the pyramid cannot participate fully in our supply and demand economy, NGOs frequently fill the gap and help alleviate suffering. However, while the majority function admirably, an alarming number fail to meet standards in efficiency, transparency and internal controls.… Read More

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‘Fake NGO’ re-emerges as jobless youth fall into trap

An organisation that was accused of collecting money from Kenyans on the pretence that it would offer them lucrative jobs has resurfaced after going under for six months. The East Africa Sub-Sahara Safe Promotion Foundation-International (SSASPF) on Thursday held a meeting at Garden Estate plot 58 in Nairobi where more than 5,000 jobseekers attended. The… Read More

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RSSC ALSO DISPUTES ITUC REPORT FINDINGS

ROYAL Swaziland Sugar Corporation (RSSC) Managing Director Nick Jackson has also disputed the ITUC workers rights violation report findings. ITUC is the International Trade Union Congress. In a report compiled by the ITUC dated October 2016, titled ‘Workers Rights and Land Confiscation in Swaziland’s Sugar Sector,’ the congress said despite the substantial contribution of the… Read More

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NGO says capacity building, positive orientation in ICT usage will curb fraud

A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), the Zariah Elizabeth Foundation (TZE), says capacity development and positive orientation in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) usage will curtail fraudulent acts. The TZE Executive Director, Mr Akindayo Akindolani, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Friday that many fraudulent acts among youths could be stopped if the… Read More

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PandaLeaks – The Dark Side of the WWF reveals the NGO’s romance with MNCs and forced environmental refugees

A recently published book, qualified “PandaLeaks – The Dark Side of the WWF” (PandaLeaks – Dark of WWF), exposes the dark occult practices of the largest group of environmental NGOs in the world, WWF (World Wildlife Fund for Nature) Book, written by award-winning journalist and German filmmaker Wilfried Huismann, He almost did not see the… Read More

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