Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfillment for IR 202: Organ...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfillment for IR 202: Organ...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO
A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III
in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organiz...
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  1. 1. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfillment for IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn
  2. 2. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfillment for IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn • Extreme poverty is widespread • About 2.8B people (nearly half of the world’s pop.) subsist on less than US$2/ day • 1/5 of children from Angola, Congo, Liberia die before 5 years old • Every day nearly 30K children in developing countries die • 17% of world pop. is undernourished • In Asia and Africa, 1 woman dies during childbirth every minute • In 2000 there were 875M illiterate adults in the world • There are only 4 years of average school time for children in Africa and South Asia • ILO states that at least 180M child laborers are either 15 y/o or younger; while 8.4M children are in slavery, trafficking, debt bondage, prostitution and pornography Poverty becomes a trap when a vicious cycle undermines the efforts of the poor, in which conditions of poverty feed on themselves and create further conditions of poverty. Stephen C. Smith- author of Ending Global Poverty and Eco prof. @ George Washington Univ.
  3. 3. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn What is NGO? • Groups or institutions • Entirely or largely independent of government • Humanitarian or Cooperative objectives • Non- Profit • Citizen’s voluntary entity • Organized nationally or internationally NGOs are formal organizations within the citizen sector (or civil society) that have a social purpose: being the 3rd leg of the stool on which development and poverty reduction rests. HOW Stephen C. Smith- author of Ending Global Poverty and Eco prof. @ George Washington Univ. 1. 2. 3. 4. Innovation in hunger and poverty program design and implementation. Flexibility in the design and modification of hunger and poverty programs. Greater trust and credibility of NGOs. Representation and advocacy based on affiliation with the poor, excluded people.
  4. 4. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn What is NGO? Boutros BoutrosGhali is an Egyptian politician and diplomat who was the sixth SecretaryGeneral of the United Nations from January 1992 to December 1996. “Non- Governmental Organizations are a basic element in the representation of the modern world. And their participation in international organizations is in a way a guarantee of the latter’s political legitimacy. From the stand point of global democratization, we need the participation of international public opinion and the mobilizing powers of non- governmental organizations.”
  5. 5. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn What is NGO in the Philippine context? G. Sidney Silliman is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the California State Polytechnic Univ. G. Sidney Silliman coedited with Lela Garner Noble Organizing for Democracy in the Phils “Philippine NGOs promote the interests of farmers, the urban poor, women and indigenous people. NGOs have formed national and regional coalitions to pressure government on issues of land reform, the environment, and human rights, and to bargain for development assistance from external donors. NGOs provide legal services, training and financial support to people engaged in direct action at the community level. In short, to an extent greater than anywhere else in Southeast Asia, Philippine NGOs facilitate political participation and work to redress the inequalities of society.” Introduction- Organizing for Democracy in the Phils.
  6. 6. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn CASE STUDY World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. The First Act of Unselfishness: In 1947 Rev. Pierce met Tena Hoelkedoer, a teacher, while on a trip to China introduced a battered and abandoned child named White Jade. Unable to care for the child herself, she asked, "What are you going to do about her?" Rev. Pierce gave the woman his last five dollars and agreed to send the same amount each month to help the woman care for the girl. What happened next: Rev. Pierce began building an organisation dedicated to helping the world's children, and in 1950 World Vision was born. Over the next several decades WV expanded their work throughout Asia, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Thirty years ago: In the 1970s, WV embraced a broader community development model and established an emergency relief division, apart from addressing the causes of poverty by focusing on community needs such as water, sanitation, education, health, leadership training and income generation. WV strengthened advocacy efforts on child survival and became more active in working with governments, businesses and other organisations in addressing child labour, children in armed conflict and the sexual exploitation of women and children. Today World Vision, together with microfinance subsidiary VisionFund International, is one of the world’s leading humanitarian organisations. Over 40,000 staff members (including part time and temporary staff and employees of microfinance institutions) implement programmes of community development, emergency relief and promotion of justice in nearly 100 countries. http://www.wvi.org/our-history
  7. 7. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn CASE STUDY Our Vision: Our Vision for every child, life in all its fullness; Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so. Inspired by and based on John 10:10 Our Future: We look forward to a world where every child experiences Jesus’ promise of life in all its fullness. Where they are protected, cared for and given the opportunities to become all God meant them to be. Where they go strong in communities free of need and full of promise. Where families are valued, creation preserved and the most vulnerable live in security and confidence. Where they become responsible citizens of well-led nations. Where peace and justice reign and all have the right to contribute. Where they flourish in a world where the treasure of our hearts and the measure of our wealth is the happiness and well-being of all children. In such a world, we all taste the joy of the Kingdom of Heaven.
  8. 8. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn CASE STUDY Our Core Values: • We are Christian– we acknowledge one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. • We are committed to the poor– we are called to serve the neediest people of the earth. • We value people– we regard all as created and loved by God. • We are Stewards– the resources at our disposal are not our own. They are sacred trust from God through donors on behalf of the poor. • We are Partners– we are members of an international World Vision Partnership that transcends legal, structural and cultural boundaries. • We are Responsive– we are willing to take intelligent risks and act quickly. Our commitment– we recognize that values cannot be legislated; they must be lived. No document can substitute for the attitudes, decisions and actions that make up the fabric of our life and work. Therefore, we covenant with each other, before God, to do our utmost individually and as corporate entities within the World Vision Partnership to uphold these Core Values, to honor them in our decisions, to express them in our relationships and to act consistently with them wherever World Vision is at work.
  9. 9. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn CASE STUDY Liwayway Vinzons-Chato is a Filipino politician. A member of the Liberal Party, she was elected as a Member of the House of Representatives, representing the Lone District of Camarines Norte beginning in 2007. JOSIAS DELA CRUZ. Jody has 15 years experience in a combination of banking and development work as CEO/COO of a thrift bank, a microfinance NGO and two microfinance-oriented banks. He was the VP for Microfinance in the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)/Globe Banko (BanKO), the Philippine’s first mobiletechnology-based MFI bank. He was responsible for pioneering initiatives to mainstream microfinance into commercial banking, reaching the country’s greater ‘unbanked’ population through the use of mobile phones. Sponsor a Child program Help for Yolanda Victims
  10. 10. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn From the Present Looking Back- History of PH NGOs (Karina Constantino- David) Institutions/ Agencies DJANGOs Orientation: Charitable, Service, Participatory, Empowering Level of Oper.: Communitybased, National, International Population Ecology Liability of Aging Key Issues: Poverty and Children’s Right
  11. 11. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn THANK YOU … until when will I wait… … until when will I make a stand…
  12. 12. Nature of Organization and its Dynamics: NGO A report by Alfredo V. Primicias III in partial fulfilment of IR 202: Organization and Work | Prof. Ma. Catalina M. Tolentino | Sats. 9am- 12nn References: • Ending Global Poverty by Stephen C. Smith • Organizing for Democracy in the Phils (NGO). Chaps 2- 3 by G. Sidney Silliman and Lela Garner Noble • Efren Damas, Strategy Management Adviser, World Vision- Phils. • http://www.wvi.org/ • http://www.worldvision.org.ph/ • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7SaqulfwQI&list=PL26E6A0EA7500900F&feat ure=c4-overview-vl

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