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“not-for-profit, voluntary citizen’s group, which is organised on a local, national, or international level to address issues in support of the public good. Task oriented and made up of people with common interests, NGOs perform a variety of services and humanitarian functions, bring citizens concerns to governments ,and encourage participation of Civil Society stakeholders at the community level”

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    1. 1. Submitted to Dr.Anju Puri Submitted By: Gaggandeep Singh SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES P.U.P
    2. 2. In a broadest sense:  Not based on government  Non profit making
    3. 3. “not-for-profit, voluntary citizen’s group, which is organised on a local, national, or international level to address issues in support of the public good. Task oriented and made up of people with common interests, NGOs perform a variety of services and humanitarian functions, bring citizens concerns to governments ,and encourage participation of Civil Society stakeholders at the community level”
    4. 4. Impossible to give one unique answer, but NGOs have following characteristics:  Engaging in suffering relief activities  Promoting interest of the poor  Protecting the environment  Providing basic social services  Advocating community development
    5. 5. Orientation:  Charitable: Needs of the poor/disaster relief (Feed the Hungry, Red Cross)  Service: Provision of health, family planning or education (Planned Parenthood)  Participatory: Self-help project with local people involvement (Habitat for Humanity)  Empowering: Help poor people develop a clearer understanding of social, political, and economic factors (Amnesty International)
    6. 6. Level of operation: 1. Community-based organizations 2. Citywide organizations 3. National NGOs 4. International NGOs
    7. 7.  Key Issues:  Environment  Labor Standard  Poverty  Globalization  Animal Rights
    8. 8. 1. Began in 1800s as catalyst for social reform (Red Cross – 1859, Save the Children Fund after WWI) 2. "non-governmental organization" only came into popular use with the establishment of the  United Nations Organization in 1945 with provisions in Article 71 of for a consultative role for organizations 3. In the early years of 19th century, voluntary agencies provided services to the under-privileged and weaker sections of the society. The areas of operation were largely in the fields of religion and social reforms. Raja Ram Mohan Roy(1772- 1833)and many more…..
    9. 9. Per Boutros-Ghali in 1995 “ Non-governmental organizations are a basic element in the representation of the modern world. And their participation in international organizations is in a way a guarantee of the latter’s political legitimacy…From the stand point of global democratization, we need the participation of international public opinion and the mobilizing powers of non- governmental organizations.”
    10. 10. 1. Increasing role in development  From relief services (logistics management) to development services (strategic management) 2. Creating a smaller, but more interdependent, global community  Internet: Bring forth issues to many
    11. 11.  1)  Sammaan Foundation-  The purpose of establishing Sammaan foundation (Jan 25, 2007) was empowering the downtrodden and linking them with the main stream through education, training and financial support.
    12. 12.  Goonj’s mission is to solve the clothing problems of the underprivileged. It was the recipient of the NGO of the year award in 2007 at the India NGO Awards.  Vastra Samman- Goonj believes that reusing old clothes can help solve the Clothing problem of the poor
    13. 13.  The mission of Akshaya trust is to care for the helpless, forsaken, mentally ill, old, sick and the road side destitute who live in Madurai .
    14. 14.  Formed in 2002, the Smile foundation comprises corporate professionals who had a target of providing universal education and healthcare services to the underprivileged thereby changing their lives forever.
    15. 15.  The Udaan Welfare foundation was formed with a mission to empower lives of the downtrodden.Their main areas of focus are children, destitute women, senior citizens and environment protection.Till date, they have launched various health and education initiatives involving children and destitute women. They even have a cancer chemotherapy centre as one of their main projects.
    16. 16.  Pratham is one of the largest NGO which works towards educating the underprivileged children in the slums of Mumbai .The programs of Pratham are designed in such a way that enrolment of children in schools increases, their learning levels increase and those people who are unable to attend school receive education receive it in a proper manner.
    17. 17.  LEPRA society actively promotes quality health care through various initiatives. It aims to support various health programmes in the prevention and control of diseases like AIDS, Leprosy, and Tuberculosis etc.Their programmes are mainly focussed to communities which are poor comprising women and children.
    18. 18.  Deepalaya is a development-based NGO which works on issues pertaining to the poor and the downtrodden, especially children. It has successfully made inroads into slums of Delhi and initiated rural development in Haryana and Uttarakhand. It works in collaboration with both governmental and non-governmental agencies and makes interventions in the state’s policy making.Their areas of focus include education, healthcare, and gender equality, vocational training, empowering other NGOs which have the same vision and upliftment of the differently- abled.
    19. 19.  Based in New Delhi, the Uday foundation provides support to the families of children suffering from critical disorders, congenital defects and other diseases and syndromes which affects their health, growth and education. It has launched various health related projects for the common man in general.Their special focus is child rights i.e. providing a right to live with dignity. It is more of a parents support group who tackle the problem of saving the lives of the future of our country.They also support research to develop new healthcare technologies.
    20. 20.  Help Age India, since its establishment in 1978 has constantly been striving to raise resources to protect the rights of senior citizens of our country .They are involved with the local and national government to implement policies which will be beneficial to the elderly.Their objective is to make the senior citizens aware of their rights so that they can play an active role in the society.To accomplish this, they are also working constantly to make the society aware of the concerns regarding the elderly and also promoting better understanding of similar issues.
    21. 21.  Jaago Re! One BillionVotes is a non-partisan nationwide movement that aims to awaken and enable the citizens of India, especially the youth, to register to vote  It was launched by Tata Tea and Janaagraha (a non-profit organization.) The communication was created by Lowe, Mumbai.
    22. 22. We understand that it is just a matter of chance that we are where we are today. We didn't choose the family that we were born into, or choose the fact that our parents could afford to give us quality education In June 2009, we placed our first cohort of Fellows in low-income municipal and private schools in Pune and Mumbai.
    23. 23.  Lack of Funds  Inadequate Trained Personnel  Misuse of Funds
    24. 24. o Lack of Public Participation o Centralization in Urban Areas o Lack of Coordination
    25. 25. •to liberalize the rules and regulations of grants in-aid •has to conduct the public seminars, meetings, symposiums etc., universities, colleges and schools has to collaborate with NGOs and conduct a campus interviews for the young graduates . •. Monopolization of leadership should be avoided
    26. 26. List of NGOs: www.etown.edu/vl/ngos.html Union of International Associations: www.uia.org/uiafaqs/faqorg.htm#NGO Textile activist: www.cleanclothes.org Definition of an NGO: www.undp.org/ppp/library/files/maslyu01.html Academics Studying Nike: http://cbae.nmsu.edu/~dboje/nike/nikemain1.html
    27. 27.  rem e dy· ·   (rm-d)n. pl. rem e dies1. · · Something, such as medicine or therapy, that relieves pain, cures disease, or corrects a disorder.  2. Something that corrects an evil, fault, or error.  3. Law A legal order of preventing or redressing a wrong or enforcing a right.  4. The allowance by a mint for deviation from the standard weight or quality of coins.  tr.v. rem e died· · , rem e dy ing· · · , rem e dies1. · · To relieve or cure (a disease or disorder).  2. To remove, counteract, or rectify. See Synonyms at  correct, cure.

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