GNGOGovernmental Non-Governmental Organization
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They established their own school and health clinic but honored their commitment to provide cooperative agricultural labor, though refusing to participate in GNGO programs.
Though under fewer political constraints than their official governmental cousins (GNGOs), in some cases NGOs were only providing a complementary service on a more local level (Gledhill 2000:184; Kaufman 1997:108).
On the local and regional level, political strife has been tied closely to alternative efforts and visions of social and economic betterment, some of them, in turn, tied to a history of involvement with NGOs and their goals and projects, on the one hand, and GNGOs, on the other.