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Social enterprises in India carve out new space for civil society
Life continues to get more difficult for foreign-funded NGOs in India. At this time, early stage non-profits need more donors recognizing that “support for existing, effective nonprofits should not be lost in the rush to scale.” As NGOs, particularly those with human rights aims, tread a fine line between meeting funders’ demands and navigating closing space restrictions, it is important to stay focused on long-term theories of change, and a local revenue-generating model is one way to do that.
The full article can be found on Open Global Rights.
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