You are here

Informal survey of the NGO community regarding engagement of private international capital flows

How the community of non-governmental organizations that until recently focused on multilateral development bank reform is responding to the rise of private investment flows to developing and transition economies.

Key Findings

Executive Summary

The purpose of the survey was to gain a sense of how the community of non-governmental organizations that until recently focused on multilateral development bank reform is responding to the rise of private investment flows to developing and transition economies. Survey participants were interviewed on a not-for-attribution basis, and were asked to comment on the opportunities and challenges facing their own organizations, as well as the broader NGO community. In particular, participants were asked about the appropriate allocation of NGO resources to private sector issues; gaps in capacity or knowledge related to private sector issues; potential allies in addressing this agenda; and plans for future program development. A listing of the organizations surveyed is included.

Stay Connected

Sign up for our newsletters

Get our latest commentary, upcoming events, publications, maps and data. Sign up for the weekly WRI Digest.