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This course is designed to help enable students to function effectively in the NGO international development sector. Students will consider questions surrounding the growth of these types of organizations; how and why this has occurred, what effects (positive but also, in some cases, negative) they have had on development, and what trends are in this regard. The course will also provide an up-close perspective for students interested in how such NGOs are organized, and how they can function to have the greatest positive impact. Participants will have the opportunity to work together to prepare project proposals under "real world" conditions of proposal requirements, timing and limited resources. The course will feature hands-on perspectives of individuals who are engaged in the task of designing and implementing programs to be as effective as possible. It will be extremely interactive and collaborative.
Edward McMahon ()
Cross listed with CDAE 395 Z1 for a maximum combined enrollment of 15; Open to both CE and Degree students
Please contact the instructor for information about this course.
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