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NGOs and the Foreign donations

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  • Hokky Situngkir
  • Rio Siagian

    (Dept. Computational Sociology, Bandung Fe Institute)

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    There has been possibility on the new type of corruption done by the NGOs by using the access on the foreign aid in Indonesia. In the other hand, the role of the NGOs in Indonesia is still important in order to gain the social empowerment for the sake of social conductivity on social process i.e.: economy, politics, and cultural. We built the model by using fuzzy inference system to approach the complexity of the measurement problem of the effectiveness the foreign aid received by the NGOs. Eventually, we show how the fuzzy adaptive system should be built as the analytical tools for evaluating the activities of the NGOs regarding the donation they received and the social empowerment function inherent in them.

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    Paper provided by Bandung Fe Institute in its series Departmental Working Papers with number wpn2003.

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    Date of creation: Aug 2003
    Handle: RePEc:bfe:wpsbfi:wpn2003
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