Indicators of NGOs Success & Impacts on NGOs Role in HIV Policy Process in Kenya

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Indicators of NGOs Success & Impacts on NGOs Role in HIV Policy Process in Kenya
Author(s) Theuri, Naomi
Date 2014
English abstract
NGOs have been actively involved in both global and national policy processes resulting to promotion of human rights. However, NGOs involvement in policy process heavily depends on their success, since policy makers choose to engage only successful NGOs. In determining whether NGOs are successful, indicators of NGO success should be evident in their operations. This thesis focuses on three indicators of NGOs success namely, sufficient resources, embeddedness in the community and an already established success in the country where NGOs are geographically located, with an aim to show that successful NGOs have a role in policy process, and such NGOs promote enjoyment of rights such as right to health and freedom from discrimination. The indicators are related to each other and are equally important for an NGO to gain success. Therefore, indicators of NGOs success have great impact on NGOs success that has an impact on NGOs role in policy process.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 50
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Human Rights
HIV/AIDS
Kenya
NGOs
Policy
Success
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/18731 (link to this page)

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