The aim of this list is to showcase the most creative and effective examples of NGO campaigns to stay ahead, build people power and win at the scale needed to in today’s world.
The initiatives of non-profit, non-government organisations have proved to be very fruitful since decades. May it be any social issues, environmental issues or peace keeping, NGO’s have always served the cause. Here is the list of top 5 best NGOs in the world in 2018 that have worked effectively and have brought people together in making the Earth a better place to live. This list is made according to the criterion of NGO Advisor's new annual ranking of the world’s top NGOs.
This organization which was established in the year 1972. It was formed as a non profitable organization with a motto of eradicating poverty from the world. It was started by Sir Fazzle Hasan Abed, who is the present chairman of the NGO. It is actively working hard in Asia, Africa and in America.
France-based ACTED is the highest rated new entry this year, ranked at 33. The organization, which started in 1993, provides support to 34 countries and 8 million people through economic empowerment, education, emergency response, inclusion and microfinance programs with the support of more than 5,000 staff.
Movember skyrocketed into public view for its campaign during the month of November urging men to grow moustaches and raise money through sponsorship in support and solidarity of men's health and early prostate cancer detection research in developing countries.
NGO Advisor has also been watching closely, following the organization as it grows and boosts its impact. Ranked at 72 two years ago, 55 last year and 49 this year, Nothias calls Movember a "poster boy" for its ability to steadily grow support among small donors.
This is the second year that Landesa places in the top 10 NGOs, ranked ninth this year. The half-century-old organization works with governments and civil society actors to reform laws and policies to provide millions of rural women and men secure rights to land.
Techfugees is another newcomer to the list and to the broader development sector, operating since September 2015 and ranked 492 this year. The organization works on technology-based issues supporting refugees and NGOs. Techfugees hosts hackathons, such as a November event in Jordan with UNICEF in which volunteers were asked to build tech solutions “to amplify and elevate the voices of refugee children.”