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NGOs or non-governmental organisations are actively involved in combating various socio-economic issues. They include relief agencies, charities and community organisations, tackle countless challenges related to the environment, education, health, poverty, women empowerment, child protection, social justice, human rights, relief work and much more. Also referred to as nonprofits, these organisations in India work independently, in cooperation with the government or in partnership with national or international organisations.
Though India has always had a tradition of social service and volunteering, NGOs formally emerged after Independence when voluntary agencies were set up to work with the government on social as well as economic issues. These agencies have since worked for the betterment of the weaker social groups and disadvantaged communities including the rural poor, tribals, displaced, children etc at a micro-level with limited resources.