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by Simon Heap,etc.,G Jamanova,E Osmorbetov,S Salmorbekov,D Shukurova,M. Terterov

Category: Economics
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Simon Heap,etc.,G Jamanova,E Osmorbetov,S Salmorbekov,D Shukurova,M. Terterov
ISBN: 1897748566
ISBN13: 978-1897748565
Language: English
Publisher: INTRAC (August 1, 2004)
Pages: 54
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This paper presents findings from the Central Asian republics of Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan as part of Intrac's global . Simon Heap, Et. M. Terterov, G Jamanova, D Shukurova, E Osmorbetov, S Salmorbekov. Place of Publication.

This paper presents findings from the Central Asian republics of Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan as part of Intrac's global inquiry into the evolving nature of relationships between NGOs and the private sector. The benefits and drawbacks of NGOs and businesses working together are outlined and the lessons of engagement are collated through the studies.

Occasional Papers Series Number 33. Emerging ngo-business relations in central asia. Simon heap, gulmira jamanova, edil osmonbetov, syrgak salmorbekov, Dina shukurova and marat terterov. February 2000 INTRAC.

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Business & Management, Central Asia, Development economics.

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In central Asia the dynamics of relationship between NGOs and private . Simon Heap, Gulmira Jamanova, Edil Osmonbetov, Syrgak Salmorbekov and Marat Terterov. Briefing Paper 7. Community Development in Central Asia.

In central Asia the dynamics of relationship between NGOs and private sector is a relatively new phenomenon and hence has received very little attention.

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