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Uses of Techniques in Managing Challenges while Providing Services during COVID-19 Pandemic


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1 MBA, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
2 Assistant Professor, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
     

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An NGO is a voluntary group or institution with a community policy, which operates independently of the government. As we know by the end of 2019 the disease COVID-19 has hit the world because of the many problems the world is facing. Everything has been set up to control the disease through oral contraceptives in various parts of the world. Speaking of India many people have lost their jobs and have no source of income and there are many poor people like beggars, workers, rickshaw drivers and many others who use to support their families with the daily wages they use to earn but COVID-19 made their lives difficult. The Indian government has taken the initiative and has tried its best to help this type of people by providing groceries, food and many other daily commodities. If some people are left where the Government cannot reach those people they are helped by the private sector to provide them with groceries, food and other necessities for life. My findings show the strategies used by the Apna Ghar Child of God NGO to manage the challenges they faced during COVID-19, what methods an NGO uses to achieve their organizational goal and how to develop a sustainable process.

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COVID-19, NGO, Services, Sustainable process, Techniques.
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Authors

Harshit Chaudhary
MBA, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Akanksha
MBA, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Ashima Garg
Assistant Professor, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India

Abstract


An NGO is a voluntary group or institution with a community policy, which operates independently of the government. As we know by the end of 2019 the disease COVID-19 has hit the world because of the many problems the world is facing. Everything has been set up to control the disease through oral contraceptives in various parts of the world. Speaking of India many people have lost their jobs and have no source of income and there are many poor people like beggars, workers, rickshaw drivers and many others who use to support their families with the daily wages they use to earn but COVID-19 made their lives difficult. The Indian government has taken the initiative and has tried its best to help this type of people by providing groceries, food and many other daily commodities. If some people are left where the Government cannot reach those people they are helped by the private sector to provide them with groceries, food and other necessities for life. My findings show the strategies used by the Apna Ghar Child of God NGO to manage the challenges they faced during COVID-19, what methods an NGO uses to achieve their organizational goal and how to develop a sustainable process.

Keywords


COVID-19, NGO, Services, Sustainable process, Techniques.

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