Caring for your Local Voluntary Organisation

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Local Voluntary Organisations play a very important role in modern management of the State in all parts of the world. This is due to the fact that administration of a state is as much a function of its citizens as it is of the government. An increasing number of people are today aware of this paradigm and are cooperating either with funds or physical efforts to improve the condition of living in large parts of their states…

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Whatever be the source of the funds, all governments today stress the need for efficient Non-governmental bodies to transform the life of the people. In the UK, they form a part of the government's planning process n local administration as well. Today, the role of an NGO is not debated, only their efficiency is. Organisations such as the UN have now shifted their focus from working with governments in the developing world to NGOs who have a massive contact with the people and work with them for consistent local benefits. NGO's impart a huge service to every nation in terms of its socio-economic development while governments in most cases are restricted to setting up the rules and the supporting infrastructure. Voluntary organisations work closely with the people and are more efficient in bringing out any sustainable benefits to the locality in terms of health care and education. Since the NGO draws a large number of volunteers, who are more committed to the cause they are working on, the efficiency levels of these bodies are very much on the higher side - they are more focussed and committed than many governmental organisations.
A large number of these volunteers have different educational degrees and are mostly overqualified ...
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