Poverty Alleviation in the Aspect of Government Collaboration with NGOs

Authors

  • Phen Huang Thun Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam
  • Tran Duy Manh Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i2.128

Keywords:

Poverty, government, NGO

Abstract

This report addresses the government's and non-governmental organizations' roles in resolving poverty issues. Several of the government's positions in poverty alleviation are classified according to fiscal, health, academic, technical, and social factors. Collaboration between non-governmental organizations and the government will result in community welfare. This is shown by the many empowerment initiatives undertaken by the private sector and government to solve the issue of poverty. For example, growing children's education by requiring them to attend school and increasing women's empowerment by promoting different aspects of education and empowerment, such as free schooling and others. Apart from the economic field, the government and non-governmental organizations offer training to allow citizens to be more innovative in their raw material production. Additionally, in the health field, it is important for NGOs to protect the community's health in order for them to live by delivering free medical care and so on.

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Published

2021-05-05

How to Cite

Thun, P. H., & Manh, T. D. . (2021). Poverty Alleviation in the Aspect of Government Collaboration with NGOs. Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, 2(2), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i2.128