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Nehemiah Vision Ministries

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Leann Moore

on 1 October 2012

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Nehemiah Vision Ministries Public Management Reform With Whom? Faith Based Vision NVM provides.... What? Funding: How Much? "providing people with an opportunity to live in an environment where they can be trained and equipped to contribute to their own personal development and eventually to the rebuilding of Haiti" WHY? - Context & Background Chambrun, Haiti
Founded in 1995 by Haiti native Esperandieu Pierre
“Social vision” of Campus Crusade for Christ Medical help
Education
Spiritual & Community Support Donations
Short-term mission team fees
Donations increased from :$347,622 in 2009 to $1,315,337 in 2010
Not included are the many donations of food, clothing, medical supplies and other goods that came in and were distributed How? Model & Modalities: NGO--> Local community
Direct communication- no middle agency
project/program-based modalities Promoting citizen participation
NVM employees citizens
Could promote further participation by developing a local advisory council
Management Training
Commitment to developing individual skills and economic development. DEC & OECD? The Development Assistance Committee and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development released the Paris Declaration on Aid and Effectiveness in 2005 to help guide the relationships between Donor and Recipient countries through the development process. The OECD “advocates an assistance strategy that places country ownership at the core of the donor-country relationship, undergirded by donor harmonization and alignment with country policy” (Brinkerhoff, 2008) Vision & Standards Nehemiah 2:17-18
Rebuild Haiti
Personal and Communal change Sponsor a child
Economic development
Feeding program
Missionary support
General support Aligning with International Standards The Paris Declaration
Ownership
Alignment
Harmonization
Managing for results
Mutual accountability Transparency of Aid Donating money to the specific specialty/program
Sponsor a child
Infrastructure
Feeding children
Direct support for a specific missionary
General support to the cause Website
Blog
Photo Gallery
ENewsletter
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