You must be knowing that we have a plethora of Non-Government Organisations present across the globe. Their ultimate goal is to eliminate poverty, hunger and provide basic amenities like food assistance, proper education, access to clean water and sanitation to poor children and their families. They have a large pool of communities and volunteers who are working towards a common goal of fighting these serious issues present all around the corner.
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- We have made a list of some of the top NGOs which are really doing wonders if you know about them. Scroll down to find out more
We have made a list of some of the top NGOs which are really doing wonders if you know about them. Scroll down to find out more
1. World Food Programme (WFP)
This organisation is one of the largest humanitarian agency which helps fight hunger worldwide. It is a part of the U.N. system. Each year WFP reaches nearly 90 million people with food assistance in 80 countries. Do you know that this organisation had distributed 3.5 million tons of food globally in the year 2012?
2. Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE)
It is an organisation which is dedicated to fighting global poverty. The organisation aims at improving basic education, prevent the spread of infectious diseases, providing better access to clean water and sanitation to children’s etc.
Apart from this, CARE also provides emergency aid for war and natural disasters. Till now, they have supported nearly 1000 poverty-fighting development and humanitarian aid projects.
3. World Health Organization (WHO)
The World Health Organisation (WHO) aims at providing global public health leadership by setting standards, monitoring health trends, and providing direction on emergency health-related issues. The main role of the organisation is to help reduce the loss of life and the prevention of harmful diseases among children’s.
4. United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
It is an international government organisation (IGO) actually. This organisation has an aim to explore and develop new ways to empower poor children and their families.
Even the organisation has also developed an innovative solution where they have developed an online calling system for support and suggestions in vast areas such as diarrhoea treatment and increasing child birth registration.
5. Action Against Hunger (AAH)
It is a global humanitarian organisation which fights against poverty and hunger. It is committed to saving the lives of malnourished children by providing them with the proper access to clean water, sanitation facilities and sustainable solutions to hunger.
In 2012, AAH has managed to treat approximately 42,000 malnourished children in the Democratic Republic of Congo and had also helped 170,000 people gain access to clean and hygienic water in Kenya.
6. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
It is the world’s largest humanitarian network. They have a vast volunteering network of nearly 13 million which works on four main areas like disaster preparedness, disaster response, health and community care and promote humanitarian values of social inclusion and peace.