Interactions between NGOs, governments and international funding agencies in renewable natural resources management
This paper starts by placing this study in the context of widely-held opinions regarding GO-NGO collaboration. It then reviews the characteristics of the NGOs whose experience was documented in an ODI study, briefly reviews examples of their success and failure in agricultural technology development, and then examines in what ways GOs and NGOs can help to strengthen each others' effectiveness in enhancing livelihoods for the rural poor. The paper concludes by drawing together evidence on international relations at two levels: relations betwen North- and South-based NGOs, and relations between NGOs and international funding agencies. -from Authors
Management of tropical forests
Farrington, J. and Bebbington, A., "Interactions between NGOs, governments and international funding agencies in renewable natural resources management" (1995). Geography. 546.