Five things to know about working for an NGO in Germany

Editor’s note: The Local published the above-titled article, which reads as follows:

“The world of non-governmental organization, or NGOs, in Germany is diverse and complex, just like in the rest of Europe. Here’s what you need to know.

To understand its nuances – where it differs from other European-based NGOs – and to grasp its relationship with the German government is important if you want to know what it’s like to work for such an organization.

German NGOs by the numbers


Govt banned 14,500 NGOs under FCRA Act from receiving foreign funds

Union minister of state for home Nityanand Rai also said so far this year, the ministry has cancelled FCRA registration of 1,808 NGOs”

Editor’s note: the Business Standard of India published the above-titled article, which reads as follows:

“As many as 14,500 NGOs, registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), were banned in the last five years from receiving funds from abroad, Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Union minister of state for home Nityanand Rai also said so far this year, the ministry has cancelled FCRA registration of 1,808 NGOs.



Editor’s note: builtin.com posted the above-titled article, which reads in part as follows:

“Each year, nonprofits combine to drill more than 60,000 water wells across Sub-Saharan Africa. At any given time, 40 percent of those wells aren’t working. Those failures are often preventable, due either to a lack of maintenance or poor infrastructure, according to the Rural Water Supply Network. The result is $1.2 billion in wasted investment, not to mention the millions of people left with no access to clean water.

Well Beyond, an Austin-based social good startup has built an app it believes can fix this problem.


“94 percent of NGOs agree that social media is effective for online brand awareness”

Editors’ note: Digital Information World posted the above-titled article, which reads in part as follows: 

“Recently, the Global NGO Technology Report was released that mentioned how much Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) utilize certain social media platforms. The report was produced by the Nonprofit Tech for Good, which was a comprehensive report based on 33 pages. The data in the report was taken from 5,721 NGOs from over 150 countries. The report included statistics on WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The report revealed certain important statistics, which are mentioned below.


“How NGOs are Improving Infrastructure in the Philippines”

On September 6, 2019, Business and New Markets, World News, posted the above-titled article, which reads in part as follows:

“The Southeast Asian nation of the Philippines, an archipelago of approximately 108 million people, has recently become quite economically viable. From 2017 to 2018, its global competitiveness score jumped from rank 68 to 56 out of 140 nations indexed by the World Economic Forum. However, the country’s infrastructure lacks the vitality of its overall economy, ranking at 92 out of 140 in the same report.


“Int’l organizations, NGOs and private sector meet in Istanbul”

Editor’s note: the above-titled article was posted on the Hurriyet Daily News.  It reads as follows:

“International organizations, NGOs and the private sector have major roles in achieving development goals, a manager of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) said in a meeting in Istanbul on Sept. 1.

All those partners have to work together for bringing solutions to development challenges, GerdTrogemann, the manager of UNDP’s Istanbul Regional Hub, stressed during the hub’s meeting against poverty.

Every year, large amounts of money were provided to achieve sustainable development goals (SDGs) but this is not about money, he underlined.


World NGO List

The NGO Advisor has published what it claims to be a “world complete list of NGOs,” arranged by subject area. Click here for their list.


“Client Alert: Egyptian Parliament Approves New NGO Law”

Editor’s Note: Lexology posted the above-titled article, which reads as follows:

“On 15th July 2019, the Egyptian House of Representatives approved a new law governing non-governmental organizations (“NGO”). The new law (the “NGO Law”) replaces the controversial Law No. 70/2017, which subjected civil society organizations to strict government control. Though civic activity remains tightly controlled, the new NGO Law relaxes some key restrictions. This alert discusses some of the new law’s most important features from the perspective of international organizations, development agencies and foreign NGOs that are active in Egypt.


Global NGOs And Charitable Organizations Market Report 2019

Business Wire posted an article that reads in part as follows:

“Global NGOs And Charitable Organizations Market Report 2019 provides the strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global NGOs and charitable organizations market.

Where is the largest and fastest growing market for the NGOs and charitable organizations? How does the market relate to the overall economy, demography and other similar markets? What forces will shape the market going forward? The NGOs And Charitable Organizations market global report answers all these questions and many more.


“Sindh cabinet cancels registration of 4,693 NGOs”

The Pakistan Express Tribune published the above-titled article, which reads in part as follows:

“The Sindh Cabinet decided to cancel the registration of around 4,693 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) on Saturday for violating the rules and regulations prescribed by government. The meeting, which was chaired by Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Syed Murad Ali Shah, discussed around 38 items on the agenda….

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