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This fascinating book captures some of the cultural distinctiveness of the nongovernment organizations (NGOs) in India and illuminates them within a feminist context and with concepts and literature familiar to Association for Research on Nonprofict Organizations and Voluntary Acton (ARNOVA) readers.
This book has a refreshingly new and inter-disciplinary approach, examining women leaders of NGOs as entrepreneurs in non-profit initiatives…. [A] scholar and the layperson alike will appreciate the book’s narrative-rich and accessible style.
The empathy with which this study has been carried out and the lucid manner in which it has been presented make this book a valuable addition to the all-too-scanty documentation on small grassroots NGOs.
The book examines the factors that motivate and facilitate women entrepreneurship in the development field…. The author also discuss the feminist and collectivist aspect of organization in contrast to the rigid hierarchical structures of the mainstream groups.