Raising the funds - spending the funds: a case study of the effectiveness of both roles of NGO's
Clarke, Matthew 2007, Raising the funds - spending the funds: a case study of the effectiveness of both roles of NGO's, in Measuring effectiveness in humanitarian and development aid : conceptual frameworks, principles and practice, Nova Science Publishers, New York, N. Y., pp.173-185.
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Measuring effectiveness in humanitarian and development aid : conceptual frameworks, principles and practice
Nova Science Publishers
Place of Publication
New York, N. Y.
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) must be effective in both raising funds and using these funds to implement programs in order to improve the circumstances of the poor. This chapter presents a case study of World Vision Australia's (WVA) fundraising and programming responses to the Asian Tsunami. The initial stages of the fundraising campaign were largely unplanned and reactive. Yet WVA received over $110 million for its tsunami appeal in just a little over three months. This is incomparable with other recent large-scale disaster fundraising campaigns. The experiences of how the initial phases of the response were implemented arc gauged through a qualitative analysis of interviews conducted with twenty-one staff members who completed short-term secondments during the initial tsunami response. These interviews extract a number of reflections of WVA's programming and provide a number of lessons for WVA for future complex humanitarian emergencies. This chapter thus reviews the effectiveness of both roles of NGOs - raising funds and expending these funds to implement programs.
Field of Research
160512 Social Policy
Socio Economic Objective
970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
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