What kind of institutions are NGOs?

Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) are voluntary in nature which operates as non-profitable, non-political institution for the social welfare and development of communities. A group of people of a community who forms an umbrella for the purpose of social services without any political, religious, ethnical, lingual or geographical preferences will be interpreted as an NGO.  

NGOs are named as an organizations that include most of the groups and institutions that work along with humanitarian purposes, cooperative actions and not for any profit or commercial purposes.

NGOs throughout the performance of its activities comply with applicable law and never work against the rules and regulations.

Non-Governmental Organizations get their legal personality by receiving their permits or certificates on behalf of the Directorate of Non-Governmental Organizations.

Among the primary goals of NGOs, people's participation in the development process and development of the country is necessary.

NGOs are funded by the promising state budget funds, financial institutions, donor agencies, societies, support and help of the traders and people.

The member's own contributions, purchase and sale of movable and immovable objects are the property of the NGO. It should be noted that founders and NGO officials cannot use any of the financial and technical items of the NGO for their personal uses. It could only be used for the mission to improve human life and civilization of the country.

Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Ministry Of Economy, Directorate of NGOs
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