NGOs are non-governmental or non-profitable organizations that actually working for a mission. For supporting humanity and social good.
These organizations are voluntary associations of individuals and communities. which work at different levels including regional, state, national, and international.
The volunteers in the organizations help the common man fulfill their basic needs. This will not only help to strengthen the canvas of civil societies but also helps reduce the existing status gap.
Roles and Functions of NGO s in India
NGOs and their functions, There are lots of significant roles played by an NGO and also the most common included in this are as follows:
Also, aid strengthens social, cultural, ethnic, and religious ethics.
Many NGOs are working for Children, Civic Issues, Education and Literacy, Nutrition, Rural Development and Poverty Alleviation, Sports, Tribal Affairs, Vocational Training, Water Resources, Womens Development and Empowerment, Youth Affairs, children care.
Many Ngos working for Agriculture based Issues like Agriculture,
NGOs working for Girl and Women: issues like Women Education and Girl education
NGOs working for Children Old age people, Orphans the key issues like