Year of Graduation
Interaction of Government, NGO and Business Sectors in Helping Children in Difficult life Situation: the Case of Social Orphanhood
Faculty of Public Administration
The relevance of the is insufficient knowledge of the inter-sectoral cooperation problems in helping social orphans , as well as the ability to use the results of conducted research to assess the impact of public policies and activities SO NGOs with 2014 and for the formation of measures to facilitate effective collaboration.Aim of this study is to analyze the interaction of the three sectors in the social sphere (for example, the problem of social orphanhood)Оbjectives:- To consider the theoretical aspect of inter-sectoral cooperation in the social sphere- To identify the benefits of cross-sector collaboration in support of children- To identify practices of implementation of interaction between NGOs, government and business in addressing to social orphanhood- To identify major successes and problems encountered in the course of this interactionThe works of both Russian and foreign researchers were the basis for the hypotheses formation.Hypotheses:- The provision of subsidies is the main instrument of financial cooperation on the issue of social orphanhood- Negotiation or procedural mechanism is widespread in cross-sectoral cooperation on social orphanhood- Socio - technological mechanisms are used by SO NGOs - Business plays a lesser role in the fight against social orphanhood than the state and SO NGOs - There are some problems in cross-sectoral cooperation in the sphere of social orphanhood:• lack of support from the state• lack of resources in SO NGOs • distrust of the stateResearch methods include conducting expert interviews (respondents are representatives of relevant SO NGOs), qualitative and quantitative analysis of secondary data sources (grants and subsidies analysis , analysis of the interviews transcripts, analysis of expert opinions from the conferences and round tables) .The study confirmed all the hypotheses. In addition, the results of the study helped to shape a number of recommendations related to increasing the efficiency of cross-sector collaboration in addressing social orphanhood.