In recent decades, the number of NGOs worldwide has increased dramatically, along with strengthening of their influence and broadening of their activities. They now impact policies and advance initiatives that once were nearly exclusively the domain of governments and for-profit corporations. This is the NGO revolution. “The NGO World” newsletter is designed to provide leaders of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), as well as scholars and interested researchers, an ever-expanding resource on the NGOs. Emphasis in particular is placed on practical information of relevance for the success of NGOs. The newsletter provides information, news, reports, success stories, knowledge and many other aspects related to NGOs services and NGO professionals.
Needless to say that today is the era of information technology and enhanced knowledge which requires from the key players, to join hands together and develop joint ventures, exchange of best practices, discussions & debates on innovative ideas, dissemination of pertinent information & knowledge about Who is Who & What is What etc. That is why The NGO World has decided to issue a monthly NEWSLETTER initially in soft form, starting its 1st edition from May 2012, in which all the key players generally and NGOs Personnel particularly, can send freely and without any charges their periodic reports, activity reports, case studies, success stories, best practices, innovative ideas, project introduction, event updates and organizational opportunities available. Newsletter will be published & issued during 1st week of every month.
Send your material:
Your material should not be more than one page of MS word (A4 size) along with 1-2 pictures. Material should be sent at firstname.lastname@example.org before 25th of every month. Sender should include his name, designation, organization name, website, phone and office address.
Newsletter will be shared effectively with donors, UN agencies, research institutions and all concerned stakeholders of NGO sector.
So let’s take start before it gets too late, as some intellectual has rightly said, “a journey of thousand miles starts with a single step“.