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Role of Voluntary Organizations in Sustainable Development


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1 Department of Political Science, Hidayatulla National Law University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
     

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Voluntary organization is suppose to ease the burden of government expenditure by mobilizing resources through other organizations in society, bringing about greater cost efficiency, higher flexibility and improved relations with beneficiaries and in innovative approach shows bureaucratization towards securing institutional and human co-operation for sustainable development. Development is transformation and no government can transfer a society. It is a mutual effort. A voluntary organization in present context is not expected to deliver benefits directly to people but to motivate people, mobilize resources, initiate leadership and participate in development programmes for self-reliance.

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Voluntary, Sustainable, Development, Self-reliance
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Bibhuti Kalyan Mahakur
Department of Political Science, Hidayatulla National Law University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India

Abstract


Voluntary organization is suppose to ease the burden of government expenditure by mobilizing resources through other organizations in society, bringing about greater cost efficiency, higher flexibility and improved relations with beneficiaries and in innovative approach shows bureaucratization towards securing institutional and human co-operation for sustainable development. Development is transformation and no government can transfer a society. It is a mutual effort. A voluntary organization in present context is not expected to deliver benefits directly to people but to motivate people, mobilize resources, initiate leadership and participate in development programmes for self-reliance.

Keywords


Voluntary, Sustainable, Development, Self-reliance

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