The stakeholders outside of the MSI are; MOFAJ; the governments of developing countries; and the NGOs that accommodate the volunteer.
First of all, the MOFAJ has a large profit from MSI's CSR activity of this because the MOFAJ can save the ODA budget and utilize the money to drive other ODA projects. Secondly, the government of developing countries also have profit from this CSR because the volunteers work for the development of these countries. Thirdly, the NGOs that accommodate the volunteers from MSI are surely happy because the NGOs can employ full-time staffs without paying …show more content…
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