NITI Aayog to Partner with Leading Civil Society Organizations

NITI Aayog to Partner with Leading Civil Society Organizations
NITI Aayog to Partner with Leading Civil Society Organizations

India’s NITI Aayog organized an interaction with the leading Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and key ministries of the Union Government in the national capital Delhi on Wednesday.

Over 17 leading voluntary organizations and 15 central ministries took part in the deliberations to take forward the social sector initiatives of the government.

The voluntary organizations from all over the country, working across the spectrum of social sector services from education, health, geriatric care, women’s empowerment, rural development to handlooms, interacted with senior government officials.

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Highlighting the crucial role of CSOs in ensuring inclusive growth and development down to the last mile, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman, Dr. Arvind Panagariya said, “An effective partnership between the government and the CSOs will go a long way in efficient utilization of government resources, especially in the social sector.”

Emphasizing the potential of a collaborative approach to create a lasting impact on the lives of all citizens, NITI Aayog CEO, Mr. Amitabh Kant said that innovative solutions to eliminate poverty, hunger and all other forms of deprivation can emerge through greater coordination between CSOs and the government.

The meeting identified effective ways of strengthening partnership between CSOs and the government at the national, state / district and ground level for improving service delivery of major government schemes.

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