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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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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ILO must stop NGOs from exploiting Indian, Nepali workers returning from Gulf, says INTUC leader

New Delhi (India):A routine report, based on testimonials collected from workers returning to India and Nepal from the Gulf, especially Qatar, has elicited sharp reactions from a leading member of the international labour union community. This report shows how the World Solidarity Movement (WSM), a Brussels-based NGO, HAS persuaded a set of workers on their… Read More

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