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Indian govt's funding of NGOs a major scam

Indian govt's funding of NGOs a major scam

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Published by The Canary Trap
The Asian Centre for Human Rights report has alleged that the Indian government's funding of non-government organizations (NGOs) is a huge scam. The report, titled "India's Funds to NGOs Squandered" states: If a conservative estimate of 15% is used as a bribe to process the applications, during the Fiscal Years 2002-2003 to 2008-2009 at least Rs. 1000 crores (between 2002-2009) or Rs. 142 crores per year were spent on bribes to different layers of officials approving the projects. This is literally stealing the money of the India's poorest. It will not be an understatement that funding to voluntary sector is largely decided by bribes and political influence.
The Asian Centre for Human Rights report has alleged that the Indian government's funding of non-government organizations (NGOs) is a huge scam. The report, titled "India's Funds to NGOs Squandered" states: If a conservative estimate of 15% is used as a bribe to process the applications, during the Fiscal Years 2002-2003 to 2008-2009 at least Rs. 1000 crores (between 2002-2009) or Rs. 142 crores per year were spent on bribes to different layers of officials approving the projects. This is literally stealing the money of the India's poorest. It will not be an understatement that funding to voluntary sector is largely decided by bribes and political influence.

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Published by: The Canary Trap on Jan 19, 2013
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10/30/2013

 
India’s Funds
to NGOsSquandered
 
India’s Funds
to NGOsSquandered
ASIAN CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
 
India’s Funds to NGOs Squandered 
 Edited by:
Suhas Chakma, Director, Asian Centre for Human Rights
 Published by:
Asian Centre for Human Rights
C-3/441-C, Janakpuri, New Delhi 110058 INDIA  Tel/Fax: +91 11 25620583, 25503624 Website: www.achrweb.orgEmail: suhaschakma@achrweb.org
First published January 2013
©Asian Centre for Human Rights, 2013 No part of this publication can be reproduced ortransmitted in any form or by any means, without prior permission of the publisher.
 ISBN :
978-81-88987-26-9
Suggested contribution Rs.
545/-

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