Why do we have to help out sex workers who are paid for their work anyway!
We're here to do good work. Why are you questioning where we are putting the money?
Two rather unusual statements. But they exemplify the promise, potential challenges and the pains facing India's non-profit sector or the non-government organisations (NGOs). It is, in fact, a tale of contrasts.
On one side, demand for their services is rising, thanks to the slow pace of poverty reduction and a backlog of social deprivation. On the other, the NGOs face tough internal challenges -- from weak leadership to organisational irrelevance, from inadequate funding to an inability to market themselves to their target audience.................Read More
Source: The Economic Times