Corruption: What NGOs don’t want you to know

Despite the growing level of funds channelled through NGOs (or maybe because of it), fraud and corruption continue to be a highly sensitive topic, with most NGOs reluctant to openly discuss it.  This was highlighted a few years ago, when Médecins du Monde initiated a study in an attempt to open up discussion on corruption… Read More

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Amnesty International blamed for Excessive payouts to senior staff

Newspapers in February 2011, in the UK uncovered that Irene Khan (seventh Secretary General of Amnesty International) had gotten an installment of UK £533,103 from Amnesty International tailing her renunciation from the association on 31 December 2009. A reality found in Amnesty’s records for the 2009–2010 money related year. The aggregate paid to her was in… Read More

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99% NGOs are fraud, money-making devices: Indian Judiciary

The  court has called for toughening of licensing norms for NGOs observing that 99% of them are “fraud” and “merely money making devices“. “Most private run so called philanthropic organizations do not understand their social responsibilities. 99% of the existing NGOs are fraud and simply moneymaking devices. Only one out of every hundred NGOs serve… Read More

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How fake NGO’s got away in Philippines

      P6 billion could construct houses, assemble a thousand classrooms, and pay more than 50,000 instructors. It could offer quake casualties some assistance with rebuilding their lives from the rubble. In the right hands, P6 billion could create employments, give work, and inspire the lives of numerous as yet living under the neediness… Read More

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