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A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a worthless, intended citizens' group which is organized on a local, nationwide or international level. Task-oriented and managed by people with a familiar interest, NGOs execute a variety of service and civilized functions, bring citizen concerns to Governments, supporter and monitor policies and encourage political contribution through stipulation of data.

Some are organized just about specific problems, like human rights, surroundings or health. They provide analysis and knowledge, act as early warning mechanisms and facilitate monitor and apply international accords. Their relationship with offices and agencies of the United Nations system varies dependent on their goals, their location and the consent of a particular institution.

Variations of NGOs include:

  • BINGO (business-friendly international NGO or huge international NGO); the Red Cross is one example of a BINGO.
  • ENGO (environmental NGO); the globe Wildlife Fund is the example of an ENGO.
  • GONGO (government-operated NGO), by definition, not an NGO, however, an organization produced by a government to look like an NGO to additional some agenda.
  • INGO (international NGO); Oxfam is one example of an INGO.
  • QUANGO (quasi-autonomous NGO), an NGO that could have some governmental members; the ISO is an example of QUANGO.
  • RINGO (religious international NGO); the Catholic Relief Services is one example of RINGO. Other NGO acronyms consist of DONGO (Donor Organized NGO), TANGO (technical assistance NGO) and MANGO (market advocacy NGO).