Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/1337
Title: Predicting NGOs' performance in Lebanon
Authors: Dagher, Walid 
Charbaji, Suzanne A.
Affiliations: Department of Business Management and Administration 
Keywords: NGOs in Lebanon
Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Beneficiaries' perception
Corporate social responsibilities (CSR)
Subjects: Performance--Evaluation
Issue Date: 2018
Conference: LAAS International Science Conference (24th : 25-26 April 2018 : University of Balamand, Lebanon) 
Abstract: 
Based on the review of literature, the researchers in this study found an imperative need to predict NGOs' performance in Lebanon. The importance of this study is recommended by experts in Lebanon because of the increasing role of community services and the growing awareness of corporate social responsibilities (CSR) in Lebanon. The need for community services has been growing because of the increase the Lebanese population and the sudden influx of Syrian refugees into Lebanon. It was evident in this research that this increasing role of NGOs services was a must and highly related to the decreasing role of the governmental services. The researchers in this study collected primary data via questionnaire from 180 valid responses to test the relationship importance of age, civil status, religion, number of family members, internet usage and economic activity on NGOs' performance in Lebanon. The findings of the study using econometric approach provided implications for policy making, decision making and further research. The construction of the instrument (questionnaire) was based on review of literature, experts' opinion and this researchers' experience with NGOs, corporate social responsibility and community services.
URI: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/1337
Type: Conference Presentation
Appears in Collections:Department of Business Management and Administration

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