Saturday, 17 February 2018

LIST OF SCHEMES- PART 1





Some of the GOI Schemes for NGOs


Tuesday, 13 February 2018

PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES FOR GOOD NGO GOVERNANCE



Bad Governance Principles




1.Authority is personal, reside with individ-
uals

2.Leaders monopolise power and are
unaccountable for their actions.

3.Leaders hold onto power by providing fa-
vours that secure loyalty of key followers


4.Policy decisions are taken in secret with-
out public involvement

5.Decision-making are tacit and procedures
are indecipherable

6.NGOs are organised around personalities
and the distribution of individual benefits.


7.Campaigns are financed by a few large
secret donations

8.Elections are marked by intimidation, vote
buying and fraud

9.Projects are targeted to serve the inter-
ests of a small portion of beneficiaries
with vested interest

10.Administrators are recruited and promot-
ed as reward for personal connections
with leaders

11.There is an unspoken administrative
hierarchy, with little specialization or
specification of output and uncertain
reporting channels.

12.Administrators supplement their salary
with bribes and kickbacks

13.Administrators’ actions are arbitrary,
based on subjective reasoning, and follow
ad hoc procedures

14.Rules are applied with partiality and
people with close ties to the leaders get
preferential treatment