This article presents results of a social network survey of women’s NGOs in Mongolia, which was conducted during the spring of 2010. The main objective of the survey was to understand the structural properties of collaborative interactions among women’s NGOs. Among Mongolian NGOs, women’s organizations have been most active to form and join networks among NGOs, which have taken different forms, such as umbrella organizations and issue-specific coalitions, since the 1990s. It presents the main findings of social network analysis (SNA) and discuss its broader implications for NGO development.
(The International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law Volume 15, Issue 1, March 2013).