Fake NGOs must be exposed

NON-GOVERNMENTAL Organisations are critical partners in development because they supplement Government’s efforts in filling some gaps. But it is evident that there are some pretenders in this noble sector. NGOs’ interests range from national to international issues depending on what they wish to advocate or intervene in. Some NGOs are sector-based because they operate based… Read More

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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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FCRA licences of 20,000 NGOs cancelled

NEW DELHI: Licences of around 20,000 of 33,000 NGOs have been cancelled by the government after they were found to be allegedly violating various provisions of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), thus barring them from receiving foreign funds. This was conveyed to home minister Rajnath Singh during a review of the Foreigners Division of… Read More

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China Uncover 100 offshore NGOs

CHINA: WHO USES OFFSHORE TAX HAVENS China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA) unveiled the fourth group of 100 non-legislative associations (NGO) which were enlisted abroad by Chinese candidates on Tuesday. As indicated by Chinese regulation on NGOs, social associations set up in the terrain ought to be enlisted by the nation’s considerate undertakings offices. The… Read More

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