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NGOs also play a crucial role in promoting democracy by empowering citizens with information about their rights and responsibilities. They encourage civic participation through voter education campaigns and advocacy efforts aimed at increasing transparency in government decision-making processes. In addition to these functions NGOs also act as intermediaries between donors who want to support development projects but lack the expertise or resources needed for implementation; they facilitate partnerships between different stakeholders such as businesses, governments and civil society organizations; they also help build capacity within communities by providing training programs on various topics related to sustainable development.

However, despite their many benefits NGOs have been criticized for being too dependent on donor funding which can lead them away from their original mission; some have been accused of being corrupt or misusing funds; others have been criticized for being too focused on short-term goals rather than long-term sustainability. In conclusion, the purpose of NGOs is to promote social welfare and development, hold governments accountable, provide humanitarian aid during times of crisis, promote democracy and empower citizens.

NGOs play an essential role in society by providing services that governments cannot or will not provide. While there are some criticisms of NGOs they remain an important force for positive change in the world.