Consultative Group to Assist the Poor. CGAP is a consortium of 33 public and private development agencies working together to expand access to financial services for the poor in developing countries. CGAP was created by these aid agencies and industry leaders to help create permanent financial services for the poor on a large scale (often referred to as "microfinance"). [Information retrieved from About CGAP on 10 August 2006]: http://www.cgap.org/
Development Alternatives Inc.
Backed by comprehensive, sure-footed project management systems and on-the-ground presence worldwide, our technical specialists reach freely across DAI's sectors (Economic Growth, Governance, Health, Nature, Stability, Corporate Sector). There is no conflict between financial success (profit) and mission success (development). Quite the opposite. If we succeed as a business, we will have a deeper development impact, secure the future for our employees and employee owners, and have the resources to invest in our future. [Information retrieved from About DAI on 26 September 2010]: http://www.dai.com/
Mango. Founded in 1999, Mango is a UK registered charity. Our mission is to strengthen the financial management of Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs).Our practical services help NGOs to achieve this. As a result, they can do more with their money. They can support more communities, dig more wells and - in the extreme case - save more lives. [Information retrieved from About Mango on 10 August 2006]: http://www.mango.org.uk/
Civilian Response Corps.
The Office of Civilian Response is home to the USAID component of the Civilian Response Corps (CRC), a cadre of development professionals that augments USG capacity to help US Missions and Embassies prevent, respond to, and recover from crisis and conflict: USAID | TEXT
Civilian Response Corps Reaches 100 Active Members. DOS Media Note, Office of the Spokesman, Washington, DC, April 16, 2010: TEXT | PICTURE
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