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Japan Social Development Fund Grant Proposal : Capacity Building of Ngos in India for Post-Disaster Recovery through Community Participation

By The World Bank

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Title: Japan Social Development Fund Grant Proposal : Capacity Building of Ngos in India for Post-Disaster Recovery through Community Participation  
Author: The World Bank
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
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Bank, T. W. (n.d.). Japan Social Development Fund Grant Proposal : Capacity Building of Ngos in India for Post-Disaster Recovery through Community Participation. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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To broaden and improve capacity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and create a sustainable partnership between NGOs and state and local governments for development activities in the context of post-disaster recovery, focusing on the poor. India has a large number of NGOs engaged on a variety of social services focussing on the poor, mostly in rural areas. They provide good services, but on a small scale. They are not functionally organized, and infrequently collaborate with each other or with governments. In the post-disaster period, NGOs by and large focus on the initial, emergency response and relief period of about 30 to 45 days after disaster. Rarely do they have the capacity to sustain their effort in the long-term, recovery period and assist, on a large scale, the homeless victims to regain their homes, community facilities and livelihoods. The grant would be used to build the capacity of NGOs, and develop a partnership with governments to undertake development work in the context of post cyclone and post-earthquake recovery projects financed by the World Bank in two Indian states ? Orissa and Gujarat, respectively. The approach includes devolving funds to NGOs, and instituting adequate controls to assure transparency. The innovation that would be tested in this approach would foster truly participatory development; give communities responsibility to design and construct works or carry out activities they prioritize, assist governments reach many more people, and address the urgent needs of the poor.

 

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