Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) impact and shape the lives of millions of people around the world. From healthcare to the environment, education to microfinance, humanitarian relief to technology, NGOs play a key role in our society. In 2012 The Global Journal released the first ever comprehensive ranking of NGOs to recognise their significant contributions and highlight innovation, impact and governance in the nonprofit sector. Now, in 2016, the list has become bigger than ever and is a fascinating exploration of the global nonprofit sector.
We are proud to announce that several Oak partners have been featured in the top 20. BRAC and Médecins Sans Frontières took out first and second places respectively, with OXFAM, Save the Children and Acumen also featuring highly. Congratulations!
"This recognition is truly an honour," said Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, founder of BRAC. "BRAC staff work tirelessly to both innovate and apply proven solutions at scale to empower people worldwide living in poverty. It is wonderful to see this dedication recognised."
To see the full list visit this website.