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NGO Networks and Coalitions: A View from the Philippines

NGOs are voluntary non-state organizations interfacing with the UN system and functioning like a reference or sounding board. Networks and coalitions are formal or informal arrangements by which NGOs work together around a common goal. The sheer number of NGOs in the Philippines is about 60,000 by the end of the 20th century.

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