The role of NGOs in economics and politics

The role of NGOs in economics and politics

NGO’s are non government organizations. They work for welfare of people without any greed of money or profit.
  • Politicians barely do anything for the country. NGO’s are there to fill those gaps.
  • They are well known as building blocks of the global community and as contributors to economic production, employment, institutional innovation, and technology.
  • They work for the people and enjoy support of a lot of people. They support people and work represents their voice.
  • In most cases NGO’s prove to handle issues much better than the government, however, they cannot replace the government.
  • Even today, unfortunately there many NGO’s that produce fake papers and work and take support from government.
  • If NGO’s can work for people’s interest without any intention of money and profit, they can be a better substitute of the government.
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