NGO Foundation in India Helping Poor Children to Get Education

Posted by Akshara Foundation on January 31st, 2018

The NGOs or Non-Governmental Organizations are one of the most important pillars in the society. These play an important role in the development of marginalized and backward classes of the Indian society. The main purpose of a NGO in India is to look after the people who are in need, poor and those who belong from deprived sections of the society. The NGOs are set up with the main motive of settling issues that are harmful for the society. 

One can find many types of NGOs in the society. Some of them are as follows:

  • Those who work for the benefit for the environment
  • Those who work for the issues related to health and hygiene 
  • Those who work for education purposes
  • Those who work for upliftment of backward classes 
  • Those who work for betterment of women
  • Those who look after factors that are affecting the animals.

The government does its part of work by introducing many policies and campaigns for creating awareness of education among illiterate communities in India. One of the famous sayings is that "Poverty and illiteracy go hand in hand". The main role of the NGOs foundation in India is to make the government notice some of the major issues prevailing in the society. The NGO foundation in India has its presence at all levels of the society. 70 to 80% of the NGO foundations in India are working for the rural and remote areas of the country. The NGOs in the urban areas deal with some of the various important issues like health, education, poverty, rights of elderly people, street children, slum dwellers, development of cities and many more matters.

In the olden times, people were voluntarily working in the NGO but as the popularity for good work increased, more and more people are now engaged in working for people who are in need. The work which the NGO foundation in India do for the people are effective and most of the people have felt that it has upgraded the lives of the poor and needy people in the Indian society.

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