This study builds awareness of successful methods of fund raising employed by Asian NGOs and identifies innovative best practices; increases understanding of the need for transparency and accountability; and increases the capacity of the NGOs to mobilize the resources. The study also documents Asian fund raising experiences in order to supplement or replace imported models and experiences for use in local training and also demonstrates that charitable giving and volunteering takes place even in relatively poor countries. This study was conducted in seven countries of Asia – Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, and Thailand. The study produced 112 case studies of successful local fund raising in the countries.
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