Tag Archive: Non Governmental Organisations

Counting What Doesn’t Count? A Study of the Overhead Myth’s Prevalence in the Irish Nonprofit Sector

The nonprofit sector is often challenged to show its impact, to prove its return on investment and demonstrate its efficiency and effectiveness. When determining the merit of a nonprofit organisation, donors can choose to look at a range of indicators. This study investigates one such indicator that has been at the centre of recent scrutiny …

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Lessons Learnt of Local Humanitarian Organisations in Myanmar: A Focus on their Capacity to Respond to Emergency Situations

From the year 2000 and onward, natural disasters killed over 1.1 million people, affected over 2 billion, and a estimated cost of USD 1.3 trillion economically and the annual economic loss to disasters averaging over USD 100 million (USTT 2012). The Union of Myanmar is prone to several hazards, one of the worst occurrences was …

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