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Role of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) in Environment Protection!

Today we come across various non-governmental organizations whose concerns are focused on various areas such as social issues, health issues, and environmental issues. Non-Governmental Organization is a broad term, which includes charity organizations, advisory committees, and various other professional organizations. NGOs in India are spread across the country and they have close contacts with communities.

They are involved in the whole spectrum of developmental activities from creating environ­mental awareness to undertaking watershed development: from disaster management to sustainable livelihoods; from joint forest management to giving inputs to policies. They range from clubs, which encourage nature camping to agencies, which undertake research and monitoring.

Now and then we are always blaming the government for all that is going wrong around us. And when it comes to something as crucial as environment conservation then we are all there to blame all the policies that it has implemented regarding the safeguard of the environment without actually following them wisely.
While approaching the environmental problems one fact has come up to the surface which is serving as an eternal fact – all humanity must act in unity.
Any individual effort is undoubtedly significant, BUT a united effort works more effectively and judiciously for sure.
And this united effort is put up by a lot many NGOs or Non-Governmental Organizations all across the globe that are working on preventing any more environmental damage in every way possible. These organizations are brimming with a crowd that has devoted its entire life solely to the environmental causes. The ways in which these organizations act are not only theoretical but interestingly practical. Be it gathering crowds or generating awareness through street plays or protesting against any environmental law these organizations are ready to take on anything which prevents any more harm to nature.
Many countries in the region are facing the profound environmental, social, and economic impacts of rapid population growth, development, and natural resource constraints. Having a strong NGO community with a clear mandate to engage civil society, businesses, and the public sector can help countries to tackle these issues more successfully. However, NGOs face many barriers in pursuing their missions, such as a lack of understanding about their role in civil society and public perception that the government alone is responsible for the well-being of its citizens and residents.


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 The various departments of Sundarika Bartika are supervised by the department heads (co-ordinator) who in turn responsible to the Secretary. Sundarika Bartika is currently, working in two districts of West Bengal,( Diamond Harbour Block-II, Mathurapur Block-II of South 24 Parganas and Baghmundi & Bundwan Block of Purulia District) and it provides two kinds of services: Community Based Rehabilitation and Institutional. The focus of Sundarika Bartika is work has always rural minorities and Tribal area- to fight against all sorts of oppression and set out on a journey with three goals: