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In the United States the representatives of public organization are progressively more active in creation of policies. In order to meet the objective of the NGO they keep a good relationship with the public. The NGO is more concern about the local people in the nation. The NGO’s activities include; the societal and ecological programs, human rights, education, health care and so on for the welfare of the people. In the progress and combination of democratic pluralism and steadiness the Non-Government Organizations has a vital role. This makes them a necessary element of the general public. The NGOs take effort to carry out more suitable method and actions in the public agencies. This facilitates in the development and welfare of the public. The NGOs play a significant role in protecting the international agreements along with the government.
In these organizations, the representatives of government are not given the membership of the organization. The NGOs sustain a good contact with the common people to achieve their objectives. Several campaigns are conducted by these organizations to increase their funds. It may affect the political and social results of the organization. The NGO’s are not an element of the government. Usually, NGO’s do not function for profits. Any organizations that come under the business sector are not included in the NGO’s. Many organizations that work for charity like the hospitals, health agencies, museums etc are included in the NGO’s. The NGO’s organizational structure is difficult and their activities are planned and organized. Even though they are described as contrary to the business and government organizations, they show their identity. They get support from the business and governmental organizations. The corporation with the business firms has caused an increase in NGO’s effectiveness. The Non-Government
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