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Participation and Intermediary NGOs

NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS CAPACITY BUILDING COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COLLABORATION WITH IBRD PARTICIPATORY ASSESSMENT PARTICIPATORY OPERATIONS ACCOUNTABILITY ADVOCACY ADVOCACY PROJECT BENEFICIARIES BENEFICIARY PARTICIPATION BILATERAL AGENCIES BROAD PARTICIPATION CAPACITY BUILDING COLLABORATION COLLECTIVE SELF HELP APPROACH COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY CAPACITY COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY FACILITATORS COMMUNITY GROUPS COMMUNITY LEADERS COMMUNITY LEVEL COMMUNITY MEMBERS COMMUNITY SUPPORT COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROCESS COMMUNITY WORKERS CONSENSUS CONSULTATION CONSUMERS CONTRACTORS DECISION MAKING DECISIONMAKING EQUIPMENT FARMERS FLEXIBILITY FOOD SECURITY GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS HUMAN RESOURCES INDIGENOUS PEOPLES INFORMATION SHARING INSTITUTION BUILDING INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTERMEDIARIES INTERMEDIARY INTERMEDIARY ORGANIZATIONS LEARNING LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL COUNTERPARTS LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS LOCAL INTERMEDIARIES LOCAL PEOPLE MARGINALIZED GROUPS MOBILIZATION NATIONAL GOALS NGOS ORGANIZATIONAL STRENGTH ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES OUTREACH PARTICIPATORY EFFECTIVENESS PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES PARTICIPATORY METHODS PARTICIPATORY ORIENTATION PARTICIPATORY PROCESS PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES POVERTY REDUCTION PRIVATE SECTOR PROCUREMENT PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES PROGRAMS PROJECT APPRAISAL PROJECT DESIGN PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION REGIONAL LEVEL MEMBERSHIP REGIONAL OFFICES SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT NETWORK STAKEHOLDERS STAKEHOLDERS IN PROJECT DESIGN TEACHERS TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TRADES UNIONS TRAINING TRAINING PROGRAMS TRANSPARENCY VILLAGE VILLAGE EDUCATION COMMITTEES WORKSHOPS
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Washington, DC
Africa | South Asia | East Asia and Pacific | Indonesia | India | Benin
2012-08-13T15:40:42Z | 2012-08-13T15:40:42Z | 1995-06

Nongovenrmental organizations (NGOs) can be effective intermediaries in Bank funded projects which depend on participation and capacity building at the community level. Successful collaboration depends on identifying an organization with appropriate characteristics, and involving its staff in decisionmaking from as early as possible in the project cycle. Steps must be taken to prevent Bank or government requirements undermining the participatory orientation of the NGO and, where necessary, to strengthen NGO capacity, encourage cooperation between NGOs, and support communication between NGOs and government.

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