The International Organisations are receiving increasing attention from governments and the media in developed countries. They have, since the end of the Second World War, become more important to the global development.
They often hold an interesting role in a nation’s political, economic or social activities, as well as assessing and addressing problems in both national and international issues, such as human, political and women’s rights, economic development, democratisation, and immunisation, health care, or the environment. They give asking nothing in return.
The role of NGOs and other international organisations will have to be recognised by the international community. However, the role of NGOs has also been criticised, as many international experts estimate that much of the work done by NGOs is not harmonised or tailor-made to the countries preferences and peculiarities, causing the quality of aid to suffer.
Increasingly, the existence of NGOs is proving to be a necessity rather than a luxury in societies throughout the modern world. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and other international organisations have played a major role in pushing for sustainable development at the international level.