How a midsize NGO creates 'mergers from strength and power'

East Meets West President John Anner at the Thien Phuoc Orphanage in Vietnam, one of the beneficiaries of the organization’s health care programs. Anner said EMW looks at three criteria before considering a merger. Photo by: East Meets West

For the past couple of years, discussions on the future of international nongovernmental organizations have painted a bleak future for the “squeezed middle”— midsize NGOs with a specific technical specialization or that are highly dependent on a specific funding source.

East Meets West is trying to dispel that notion.

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