Moreover having the technical knowledge and resources to transfer to the South does not in itself make a NNGOs involvement in the Third World legitimate. Without reforming the donor-recipient relationship, NNGOs have come to use partnership with local partners, as a way in which to secure their own legitimacy for their involvement in the Third World.
Thus the choice of the north as corresponding to up in the northern hemisphere, or of south in that role in the southern, is, prior to worldwide communication, anything but an arbitrary one. However it is important to assert, that the aid which is being channelled through to the NGOs is not evenly distributed.
Except on the Equator, however, these definitions, taken together, would imply that east and west would not be degrees apart, but instead would differ from that by up to twice the degrees of latitude of the location in question, and they would each move slightly from day to day and, in the temperate zonesmarkedly over the course of the year.
However the second case looks at the exchanges between groups, who face common problems and how they responded together.
However though NNGOs are losing their comparative advantage over their southern counterparts, as SNGOs are deemed to be more accountable, better performers, and more effective in strengthening civil society, there seems to be very limited effect of this change on partnerships.
Maps may also indicate grid northwhich is a navigational term referring to the direction northwards along the grid lines of a map projection. The links which had been established between Highlander and PRIA during the previous workshops, allowed the two NGOs to respond quickly on a number of initiatives and share knowledge on this issue.