Courses Catalogue

Ngos And Development

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Social Work And Social Administration, Bachelor
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Humanities and Social Sciences
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

  1. Uganda National NGO Forum Publication, Dec 2013). Capacity Development Strategy for Civil Society Organizations in Uganda; Building the capacity of CSOs for effective oversight
  2. Clark,J.(1991). Democratizing development; The Role Of Voluntary Organizations. London: Earthscan Publications.
  3. Civil Society Handbook, Uganda 2014. Cradle Communications.
  4. Civil Society Sustainability Report for Sub Sahara Africa, 2016, USAID Publication
  5. Chandan,J.S. (1988). Management Theory & Practice. New Delhi: Hindustan Offset Printers.
  6. Deniva.(2009). NGOs and capacity Building; A study into the available capacity building resources & needs for DENIVA.
  7. Directory of Civil Society Organizations in Uganda 2014
  8. Galirao, E.(1987).“Indigenous NGOs As Strategic Institutions; managing the Relationship with Government and Resource Agencies”. World Development No.15, Supplementary.
  9. Jenny, P. (2000) .Development of NGOs and Civil Society.
  10. Korten, D.C.(1990). Voluntary Action and the Global Agenda, Connecticut, USA: Kumarian Press.
  11. National Developmental Plan 2015-2020. The Republic of Uganda.
  12. NGOs Policy, 2010, Republic of Uganda.
  13. NGOs Act 2016,  Republic of Uganda
  14. Muir, A. (1992). Evaluating the Impact of NGOs in Rural Poverty Alleviation,     Zimbabwe, Country Study of ODI Working Paper 52
  15. Nuwamanya,R.B.(2013). Nongovernmental Organizations Quest for Development. Kampala Uganda:   Xypro
  16. Phillip, K. (1991). Strategic Marketing for Non Profit Organizations. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs
  17. Uganda NGO Forum; compendium of Papers Presented at the Training on poverty and Policy analysis, Lobbying and Advocacy. April-August 2005
  18. UNESCO Encyclopedia Article Non governmental Organizations.
  19. Rondinelli.(1996). Relations between Government and Nongovernmental Organizations and Promotion of autonomous Development, Oegsteest.