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by Femida Handy,Suzanne Feeney,Meenaz Kassam,Bhagyashree Ranade

  • ISBN: 0761935002
  • Category: Economics
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  • Author: Femida Handy,Suzanne Feeney,Meenaz Kassam,Bhagyashree Ranade
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd (July 5, 2006)
  • Pages: 244
  • ePub book: 1300 kb
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by Femida Handy (Author), Suzanne Feeney (Author), Meenaz Kassam (Author), Bhagyashree Ranade (Author) & 1 more. The book examines the factors that motivate and facilitate women entrepreneurship in the development field.

by Femida Handy (Author), Suzanne Feeney (Author), Meenaz Kassam (Author), Bhagyashree Ranade (Author) & 1 more. ISBN-13: 978-0761935001. The book examines the factors that motivate and facilitate women entrepreneurship in the development fiel. .The author also discuss the feminist and collectivist aspect of organization in contrast to the rigid hierarchical structures of the mainstream groups. Author: Gender, Technology and Development. Femida Handy is Professor of Nonprofit Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.

Meenaz Kassam, Femida Handy and Emily Janson, Philanthropy in India: Promise to Practice. Debarati Halder and K. Jaishankar, Cyber Crimes Against Women in India. New Delhi: SAGE Publications, 2017, xviii + 252 p. ₹795 (hardback). ISBN: 978-93-859-8577-5. New Delhi: SAGE Publications, 2016, 228 p. ₹750, ISBN: 9789351507529.

Femida Handy is Professor of Nonprofit Studies at the University of.

Femida Handy is Professor of Nonprofit Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. She has coauthored the book, Grass-roots NGOs by Women for Women: The Driving Force of Development in India (SAGE, 2006) along with F. Handy, M. Kassam, and S. Feeney. More books by Femida Handy.

Femida Handy, Meenaz Kassam, +1 author Bhagyashree Ranade. Preface Introduction I: WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS: WHO ARE THEY? Narratives The Lesson of the Cow: Sindhutai - Saptasindhu A Woman for all Women: Medha Samant - Annapurna II: ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: DOES A FEMINIST IDEOLOGY MATTER? Narratives From Protests to Empowerment: The Nari Samata Manch Transitions: Swadhar Pune III: SOCIAL IMPACT: WHAT MAKES FOR SUCCESS? Narratives Off the Beaten Path: Chaitanya Harmonious Communication: Susamvad Microfinancing: Chaitanya Microfinancing: Annapurna Mahil. ONTINUE READING.

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Start by marking Grass-roots NGOs by Women for Women: The Driving Force of Development in India as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. NONPROFIT AND VOLUNTARY SECTOR QUARTERLYBased on empirical evidence from first-hand interactions with 20 Indian women founders of NGOs, this book presents a theoretical understanding of the role and impact of NGOs in women's development. It looks at what motivates and facilitates female entrepreneurship in NGOs, the structures that evolve based on their feminist ideologies, the services they provide and the social impact of these NGOs in promoting the empowerment of women.

The Driving Force of Development in India

The Driving Force of Development in India. Femida Handy - University of Pennsylvania, USA. Suzanne Feeney - Portland State University, USA. Meenaz Kassam - American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly.

The Driving Force of Development in India. The authors also discuss the social impact of these NGOs in promoting both development and women’s empowerment

The Driving Force of Development in India. by Femida Handy, Suzanne Feeney, Meenaz Kassam, Bhagyashree Ranade. The authors also discuss the social impact of these NGOs in promoting both development and women’s empowerment. They show how small NGOs are particularly effective in garnering support from the grass-roots and in tapping the knowledge base of local communities. Overall, the authors find that women entrepreneurs act as facilitators with a unique leadership style and that they encourage community-based movements grounded in local issues.

Author : Ranade, Bhagyashree

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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Philanthropy has a very long tradition in India. Meenaz Kassam is Associate Professor at the American University of Sharjah. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Philanthropy in India: Promise to Practice. All practicing religions embody the idea of philanthropy and the concept of daanworks across religions and cultures. She has coauthored three books and several papers, including an award-winning publication.

"This fascinating book captures some of the cultural distinctiveness of the nongovernment organizations (NGOs) in India and illuminates them within a feminist context and with concepts and literature familiar to Association for Research on Nonprofict Organizations and Voluntary Acton (ARNOVA) readers." ―NONPROFIT AND VOLUNTARY SECTOR QUARTERLY Adopting an inter-disciplinary approach, this book provides an in-depth understanding of why Indian NGOs run by women for women, tend to be successful. Based on first-hand observations spanning five years and interviews with 20 founders of NGOs, this book explores the factors that motivate and facilitate women entrepreneurship in the development sector. It examines the organizational structures that have evolved based on feminist ideology and the services provided (e.g. self-help groups and micro-finance). The authors also discuss the social impact of these NGOs in promoting both development and women’s empowerment. They show how small NGOs are particularly effective in garnering support from the grass-roots and in tapping the knowledge base of local communities. Overall, the authors find that women entrepreneurs act as facilitators with a unique leadership style and that they encourage community-based movements grounded in local issues. As a result, these NGOs are successfully changing the landscape of rural poverty in India while ushering in sustainable development.