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NGO-Non Governmental Organisation

A non-governmental organization (NGO) is any non-profit, spontaneous citizens' group which is arranged at a local, national or international level. NGO as an organization comprises institutions and groups with principal philanthropic and combined objectives rather than commercial objectives widely or completely independent from Government. NGOs are private agencies to assist improvement at local, national and international level by organized native groups.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Ans:-Examples of NGOs comprise those that assist human rights, advocate for enhanced health or promote political participation. The term "NGO" has various interpretations. It is usually approved to include private organizations that function without government control and which are non-profit and non-criminal.

Ans:-NGO activities comprise, but are not limited to, social, environmental, advocacy and human rights work. They can operate to encourage social or political change extensively. NGOs play a crucial part in establishing society, enhancing communities, and promoting citizen participation.

Ans:-Some common characteristics of NGOs are:
1. They are created spontaneously
2. They are separate of the government.
3. Their principal is to enhance the conditions and chances of the underprivileged people.

Ans:-The main target of an advocacy NGO is to protect or boost a particular cause. As contrary to operational project management, these agencies usually try to increase awareness, approval and knowledge of press work, lobbying and activist event.