Pros and Cons of NGO

28/08/2022 0 By indiafreenotes

Non-governmental organization (NGO) movements to alleviate poverty, protect the environment, or advocate for human rights are widespread throughout the developing world, and, as of 2002, are estimated to account for over 30% of international development aid. While many of the smaller NGOs in this group are seen as providing positive, uplifting services to local communities, larger multi-national examples of social organizations are prone to the same types of endemic corruption as other corporate entities. As well, NGOs often promote ideologies such as equal rights for women that are in direct conflict with a local government’s political aims.


  • It’s have a strong network.
  • NGO’s introduce new technologies to farmers such as new variety, new crop, and new equipment.
  • NGO’s help farmers to increase crop production.
  • NGO’s help farmers to improve their living standard.
  • There is a special programme for rural women and youth development.
  • It improves the leadership ability of the rural women and youth.
  • Its help to rural women and youth to develop their social economic condition.
  • It provides good employment opportunities for educated unemployed youth.
  • It helps to initiate the creativity of youth and rural women.
  • It provides handsome salary for their employer.
  • It encourages the unemployed young and rural women to establish themselves.
  • It increases the economic contribution power in rural women.


  • By giving small money, they can take over money by the high rate of interest.
  • It provides a vicious cycle of interest.
  • It’s have a strong network.
  • It forces people to buy their attractive and developed things.
  • It creates a source of depression, when the consumers pay their loans they suffer a mental depression.
  • When rural people cannot pay their loans, they take some punishable action against them which cannot tolerable to mankind.
  • It sometimes creates the source of a quarrel between husband, wife, and other members of the family.