Explain the role of Voluntary organizations in imparting social welfare.

The voluntary organizations in a democratic setup educate their members of social norms and objectives to reach their goals. There has been voluntary organizations for planned development in India since an early age.

For the first time Gandhiji used a 14 point constructive program to pick up the pace of the process of struggle for our independence. he was also very much concerned for the well being of underprivileged and so a program for them to activate their mass development economically and socially on the basis of  self help through mutual help.

This was done by creating a network of voluntary organizations by promoting different constructive program’s. This created a base for the welfare programs for voluntary organizations after independence.

Voluntary organizations play an important role in the development of education, health, housing, and many more welfare services for the underprivileged. Social welfare does good not only for the development of the individual but also for the growth of the society as a whole.

Here, the role of a voluntary organization becomes more important in the field of social welfare. The voluntary organizations undergo changes according to the change in the situation. Acharya Vinoba Bhave started the most successful voluntary action in the form of Bhudan. Gramdan. Shramdan, feevandan, to revolutionize the thinking process of the people in the society and bring about the feeling of sharing good things in life with the less fortunate once.

Similar is the example of 100% literacy rate in the state of Kerala is achieved by a voluntary organization. Many big leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi, Vinoba Bhave, Jaiprakash Narayan have appreciated and worked through the mode of voluntary organizations. Thus, Voluntary organizations are important part of history of Indian social welfare services and has been recognized by both public and the government.

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