The Research on the Path to Eradicate Poverty for NGOs in a New Period

Mengzhu LI, Zhizhang WANG

Abstract


This paper starts with advantages of participating in poverty alleviation of the NGOs, indicate the advantages the NGOs possess are the supplements to the government-led poverty alleviation so as to illustrate that it is necessary to participate in poverty alleviation for the NGOs. On the basis of discussing the main actions that NGOs take, the paper examines the obstacle of the participation and analyses the reasons, lastly designs a path to promote the NGOs to participate in the pro-poor activities, aiming to popularize the pattern to lift the poverty-alleviation efficiency, promote the impoverished to shake off poverty and become better off, and achieve the goal of building a well-off society in an all-round way lastly.


Keywords


Government; NGOS; Participate in; Poverty alleviation; Path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4417

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