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AUTHORS
INTRODUCTION
Who we are. And who you could be . .
Applying the exercises and examples:
Definition of NGOs:
CHAPTER ONE: THE BEGINNING STAGES OF AN NGO
1.1First Steps
1.2The factors that will help you build an NGO of good quality:
CHAPTER THREE: IDENTIFYING THE REAL PROBLEMS AND NEEDS
4.2Step 4: Involve the beneficiaries in the planning process
4.3Step 5: Build Good Practice and Transparency into the plan
4.5Step 7: Get the financing
5.1Step 8: And now – after all the planning – implement, or do it
CHAPTER SIX: MONITORING AND EVALUATION
6.1Step 9: Monitor
6.2Step 10: Evaluate
6.3Step 11: Feed lessons back into the next round of planning
CHAPTER SEVEN: WHAT BEST PRACTICE MEANS
7.1Best Practice for you?
7.2Is building an orphanage Good Practice or Bad?
7.3Working out Best Principles and Practice
7.4Good Practice in the context of a country with some resources
7.5How you find out what is Best Practice in your field:
CHAPTER EIGHT: BUILDING GOOD STRUCTURES
8.1Becoming a formal NGO
8.2Specialisation among the staff
8.3Building and sustaining the principles
8.4The Western model of organisations
8.5Improving staff functioning
8.6Building and sustaining an effective Board
8.7The relationship between the Staff and the Board in an NGO
8.8Building the capacity of Board and Staff
8.9The boss, the character and the job
8.10Good group functioning
8.11If things are going wrong in the NGO
CHAPTER NINE: BUILDING GOOD BACK-UP SERVICES
9.1Good administration
9.2Logistics
9.3Making Budgets
CHAPTER TEN: MANAGING AND FINDING THE MONEY
10.1Managing the money
10.1.10 Accounting Golden Rules
10.2Fundraising
10.2.4How to apply for funds
10.2.6Building fundraising capacity
CHAPTER TWELVE: BUILDING SUSTAINABILITY
12.1Institutional sustainability
12.2Sustainability for projects
12.3Sustainability and training people
12.4Building sustainability through strong networks
13.1How well do you understand and control your own motivation?
13.2How far do you treat your colleagues with respect and understanding?
13.3How far do you treat beneficiaries with respect and understanding?
13.4Discussion about understanding and controlling your own motivation
13.5Discussion about how you treat your colleagues:
13.6Discussion about how you treat beneficiaries
ANNEX ONE: NEEDS ASSESSMENTS INCLUDING PRAs
ANNEX THREE: COMPUTERS
ANNEX FOUR: MORE ON BUDGETS – THE PRACTICALITIES
ANNEX FIVE: MORE ON THE PRACTICALITIES OF ACCOUNTING
Recording transactions
Supporting documents
Producing accounts
Financial controls
Accounting Golden Rules
ANNEX SIX: LIST OF RESOURCE ORGANISATIONS AND WEB-SITES
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How to Build a Good Small Ngo

How to Build a Good Small Ngo

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