The Global Journal has just published the “first ever” list of 100 best NGOs (non-governmental organizations). We can’t vouch for their claim that this is the first list of its kind, ever, but it is undoubtedly an intriguing premise. And we’re excited to say that IPA is #87 on the list.
This is a pretty cool thing – except that we don’t have any idea how they decided on the NGOs included in the list. We’re certainly in great company, but we’re not sure why. We’d love to know the criteria they used to select and rank this list – after all, how else can we argue that we should have been ranked higher?
I can’t seem to find IPA’s profile page on the GlobalJournal’s website, but we’re excited to see what they like about the work we do. We’ve inquired with the Global Journal to find out more about the methodology behind this groundbreaking “first ever” list, and we’ll let you know when we find out more. Stay tuned!