Posts categorized under NGOs

13 August 2009 ~ 0 Comments

NGO Program Success as the new Stock Market (dividends paid in “warm fuzzies”)

These thoughts are in response to this blog on “Tales from the Hood”. — “If you are somehow involved in aid work and receive any form of compensation, the fact is that you benefit.” – I think we are missing the discussion about the MAIN way we benefit, and if we miss that, than maybe […]

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18 July 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Let’s start being honest!

This blog post is my response to a post calling for regulation of the NGO industry. It can be found here:… ———– An “industry-wide conversation about regulation” is not going to happen until there is an “industry-wide conversation about honesty”. Why would you politely tell that person that you agreed with where they gave there […]

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27 March 2009 ~ 0 Comments

My thoughts on Non-Profit’s salaries and excess Some comments I wrote on the topic here.

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03 March 2009 ~ 1 Comment

“Changing the World on Vacation” – a film highlighting PEPY’s mistakes and lessons learned

It is sometimes uncomfortable to talk openly about the mistakes you have made, and definitely embarrassing when they are shown on a big screen for everyone to see, but that is exactly what we are doing at PEPY with “Changing the World on Vacation.” This documentary, by filmmaker Daniela Kon of Deeda Productions (, reflects […]

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29 December 2008 ~ 2 Comments

Tell us YOUR opinion

If a businessman rakes in a hefty profit while doing good works, is that charity or greed? Do you applaud or hiss? Share your thoughts.

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