Government Control Over Health-Related Not-For-Profit Organisations: Agency for International Development v Alliance for Open Society International Inc 570 US_ (2013)
The relationship between government and the not-for-profit (NFP) sector has important implications for society, especially in relation to the delivery of public health measures and the protection of the environment. In key health-related areas such as provision of medical services, welfare, foreign aid and education, governments have traditionally preferred for the NFP sector to act as service partners, with the relationship mediated through grants or funding agreements. This service delivery...[Show more]
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