The Road from Rio: Sustainable Development and the Nongovernmental Movement in the Third World

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NOTES
1.
Pezzullo, 1986, p. 29.
2.
FAO/FFHC, 1987b, p. 101.
3.
Korten, 1983, p. 220.
4.
Seva Mandir, 1988-89.
5.
Interview with Guillermo Voss, President of the Cooperativa de Vivienda, Credito y Consumo San Telmo, Ltd., Buenos Aires, September 1991. Included are quotes from a cooperative bulletin.
6.
According to lnda ( 1980:10), the early dedication of the local organizers and moderators of adult radio groups gradually eroded as the organization became more bureaucratized. However, the continued vitality of the campesino movement in Honduras today is further evidence of Hirschman ( 1984) principle of the preservation and conservation of social energy ( Millet, 1987:410).
7.
Carroll, 1992, p. 48.
8.
Smith, 1987, p. 12.
9.
Bebbington, 1991, p. 24.
10.
Ahmed, 1980, pp. 89-91.
11.
Arbab, 1988, p. 67.
12.
Seva Mandir, 1988-89.
13.
IFDA, 1989b, p. 71.
14.
Leach, McCormack, and Nelson, 1988, p. 10.
15.
Swartz, 1990, p. 12.
16.
Elliot, 1987, p. 61.
17.
Bratton, 1989, p. 12-16.
18.
Fisher, 1986.
19.
Elliot, 1987, p. 62.
20.
Clark, 1991, p. 83.
21.
Van Orman, 1989, p. 7. The study was done by Gerland Murray of the University of Florida, Gainesville.
22.
Stein, 1990, p. 26. Korten ( 1990) points out that NGOs with extensive grassroots programs such as the International Planned Parenthood Federation or Dr. Yen's literacy movement in China have tended to increase control and become more bureaucratized.
23.
FUNDASAL's original staff was funded by a World Bank grant in 1979.
24.
Carroll, 1992, p. 101.
25.
Carroll, 1992, p. 101, from a letter written by Denise Humphreys.
26.
Norman Uphoff, in a letter to the author, pointed out that the appropriate length of stay also depends on how outsiders conduct themselves.
27.
Uphoff, 1986, p. 335.
28.
Cariola and Rojas, 1989, pp. 22-24. By 1991 the program had lost funding although it had been sucessful. The methodologies are used in the Center's urban enterprise projects, however. Interview with Patricio Cariola, S.J., Santiago, September 1991.
29.
Uphoff, 1986, p. 336; Peterson, 1982, p. 141.
30.
Panini, 1987. See also Esman and Uphoff, 1984, pp. 155-158.
31.
Interview with Andre Eugen Ilboudo at Save the Children, 1989.

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