Study into the institutional governance practices of AIN members by Association of International NGOs in Nepal. Capacity Building Working Group

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Published by Association of International Non Governmental Organisations In Nepal, Capacity Building Working Group in Kathmandu .

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  • Management,
  • Non-governmental organizations

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With reference to Nepal.

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Other titlesInstitutional governance practices of AIN members
LC ClassificationsHN670.9.A8 (H8)+
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Pagination60 p. :
Number of Pages60
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Open LibraryOL24805054M
LC Control Number2010347932

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