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This resource guide seeks to provide an
overview of concepts and strategies in international fundraising for organizations
benefiting women and girls. Contents include: Introduction, Women and Philanthropy,
Resources (Reports and Articles), and Sources of Funding (Networks, Foundations,
This report reflects the results of a small-scale survey conducted to gain insight into whether NGOs worldwide were reaping benefits from cross-border fundraising. The survey targeted both NGOs that had received international funding, and those which had not. We asked about their future fundraising plans, and how they would allocate any additional resources to increase their fundraising capacity.
This article aims to define strategies for International Non Government Organizations (INGOs) in finding new channels for funding from the newer member of the European Union (EU). A great number of former communist European countries have joined the European Union in the period between 2004-2007, officially gaining membership status to the "developed" countries club. The new EU members upon accession have all agreed to fulfill the Monterey Consensus, which entails the allocation of 0.33% of Gross National Income (by 2015) to Official Development Assistance (ODA).