Functional Communication in Non-Governmental Organizations: Challenges for Post Literacy Development, Language Education Opportunities and Wider International Relations

@article{Omole2005FunctionalCI,
  title={Functional Communication in Non-Governmental Organizations: Challenges for Post Literacy Development, Language Education Opportunities and Wider International Relations},
  author={T. A. Omole and Yetunde Ajibade},
  journal={Journal of Social Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={49 - 53}
}
Abstract The present study examines the Nigerian situation in relation to its communication needs vis-à-vis the language needs of the fast growing ‘third sector’, that is, the nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). An examination of the specific, double-faceted responsibilities of NGOs reveals different language needs from those of the first two – public and private sectors. What these double-faceted responsibilities are and the challenges they have for literacy development and language use are… 

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