Non-profit Sector in Pakistan: Government Policy and Future Issues

@article{Pasha2002NonprofitSI,
  title={Non-profit Sector in Pakistan: Government Policy and Future Issues},
  author={Aisha Ghaus Pasha and M A Iqbal},
  journal={The Pakistan Development Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={41},
  pages={879-908}
}
The non-profit sector remains relatively small and underdeveloped in Pakistan. During the decade of the 1990s, it has demonstrated some nascent growth resulting from a number of favourable factors like the return to democracy, the growing push towards deregulation and privatisation, the process of globalisation and the emergence of international coalitions of civil society and the deterioration in the financial position of governments which has limited the public provision of social services… Expand

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