“But such approaches feel a bit like changing a warning sign on a poorly engineered aircraft – they still have a high likelihood of failure.
It is unlikely that INGOs will survive, at least in their current form, without a direct full-frontal assault on the sector. With the external trends coming at rapid-fire pace, they will need to respond by innovating in an equally rapid-fire fashion. So the question is: how will INGOs face the issues of today, and what will they look like when they come out the other side?”
The future of aid: will international NGOs survive? | Working in development | The Guardian