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Partnerships between International NonGovernmental Organizations and Grassroots Organizations for Program Success in Developing Communities
Aleph, UCLA Undergraduate Research Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences
International non-governmental organizations (INGOs) all over the world who seek to improve the lives of many through their various aid and development projects are all similarly interested in ensuring project longevity and sustainability. There has been rich literature on the obstacles to success and the potential remedies to them. This essay is inspired by the success of a Los Angeles-based nonprofit, The Samburu Project, whose model of partnerships with local grassroots organizations (GROs)doi:10.5070/l619158743 fatcat:wk4qu3m6a5fbfi6kor7egupqp4