Study on Factors Affecting Performance of Non-profit Organizations in the Participatory Working Methods

Haixia Zhang, Tianhui Zhuang

Abstract


Under the background of many non-profit organizations to investigate a study via participatory working methohd,
and taking anti-poverty practice of Sichuan rural development organization, a non-profit organization with nearly
15-year-old history, as an example, main factors affecting the performance of their participatory working
methods were analyzed by factor analysis method. The results showed that the participation of project
beneficiary groups and types of projects as well as effective participation of other stakeholders were important
factors affecting the performance of participatory working methods. On this basis, experience and revelation
could be referenced by other non-profit organizations and relevant government departments.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/jas.v2n3p174

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