Education is the right of everyone. No one should be deprived of this knowledge at all. However, there are children in our society who do not have sufficient resources for education or a normal life like other privileged children. They are handicapped and are therefore considered different from ordinary people.
Non-profit and charity
Children’s NGOs are organisations that work to improve the situation and well-being of disadvantaged children. All NGOs and charities working for the social good and therefore not all have an interest in making a profit. They take care of all the needs and desires of these children, to help them lead and live better, and to provide them with a safe and secure future. Children’s NGOs work and are funded by public volunteering for donations and are run by parent companies that are looking for opportunities to develop social work for the most vulnerable children. Children’s charities are therefore an important way to develop the future of children who are unable to finance themselves and cannot afford a normal life.
The need for children’s NGOs and children’s charities
Most Western countries, especially Africa, are under great financial pressure. The way of life of the people living there is not of such high quality and that is why the people living there are deprived of their basic needs. Because of the excessive poverty in these areas, children are forced to work at an early age and are then deprived of basic and necessary education to stay in society. There is therefore a dying need for children’s NGOs and children’s charities to develop various programmes to ensure that all poor and needy children can meet their basic needs, such as food and shelter, as well as gain access to their basic education.
Poor children, mainly from Africa, are the main target of these organisations because they live in a very poor state. These children are provided with books, stationery, clothes and other basic facilities such as meals, water and shelter. There are also games for these disadvantaged children so that their childhood is safe. This helps to create a balance between recreation and learning, and also prevents stress and pressure that they can exert on themselves while studying. All this is done for the social cause, and social welfare is the only motive for the work of these NGOs for children and children’s charities.
The government also gives a helping hand to children’s NGOs and children’s charities by granting them various exemptions from taxes and other basic benefits of helping society and children for social purposes. Every year, thousands of helpful hands who join these NGOs and voluntarily want to help society in every possible way. This really gives the poor the opportunity to climb from below and reach even higher heights in the future.