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Research Paper | Development Studies | India | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022
Capacity Building Issues in the Third Sector
Abstract: Historically, the emergence of voluntary organizations in India is a post-independence phenomenon and its proliferation took two more decades further. The transformation from state playing a lead role in the removal of social and economic disparities, to NGOs undertaking it evolved during this period. Considerable challenges were confronted during this transformation. Yet it has evolved as a major partner, contributing a larger share as compared to the state in addressing issues of social marginalization, economic deprivations and upliftment of the disadvantaged. The voluntary sector, ?Third Sector? as it is technically called, suffers from a variety of problems that affect its functioning. If this has to be overcome their managerial and organizational issues contributing to it have to be addressed. Though closely interlinked, these to have to be distinguished and addressed separately. Organizational problems emanate from constraints, vulnerability or deficiencies arising out of organizational failures requiring solutions at the organizational level. Managerial problems are those which arise in course of implementing solutions to problems. This study aims to explore such problems affecting Third sector at large and individual organizations in particular.
Keywords: Capacity building, Organizational problems, Managerial problems
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,
Pages: 1151 - 1153