This paper evaluates the effectiveness of non-governmental organizations at providing public services in South Asia, with respect to Afghanistan. Research on NGOs in Nepal and Bangladesh reveals that with proper cooperation and coordination with the government, NGOs can play a vital role in service delivery in Afghanistan, where the government has insufficient resources to meet the growing demand for public services.
Evaluating NGO Service Delivery in South Asia: Lessons for Afghanistan
- Volume or issue no.: Public Affairs Workshop, International Issues, Public Affairs 860, taught by Clark Miller in Spring 2006
- Author(s): Laura Antuono, Chris Meeks, Melissa Kay Miller, and Jean Rene Watchou
- Link to publication: Download PDF
- Client Name: a select group of U.S. government agencies interested in South Asia