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The scientific technology has changed rapidly, which shortens the distance of the world and makes the interaction between countries more frequent. Actively participating in various international affairs is an importance way to expand a country's network, international relations, and diplomatic support systems. However, due to the special political status, Taiwan has a lot of limitations in terms of international participation. For instance, although Taiwanese government actively joined the assistance work for the South Asia tsunami in 2004, unfortunately it were still unable to break the political hedge. Because of the limitation of governmental participation, international participation of the non-profit organizations (NPOs) through humanitarian assistance becomes another choice. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to understand the key factors that can help NPOs to successfully achieve such goals. Utilizing the resources-based perspective of strategic management, this study investigated the operational strategy for international assistance of the Eden Social Welfare Foundation. This study adopted a qualitative approach and collected data by interview and literature review. After the data collection, this study would compare the results of literature reviews and interviews in order to find out the process of planning and operation for international assistance and the core competences. Finally, this study will provide suggestions with regard to the international assistance strategy for non-profit organizations in Taiwan.
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