The United Nations
One of the purposes of the United Nations, as stated in its Charter, is "to achieve international co-operation in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character”. The organisation is relied upon, by the international community, to coordinate humanitarian relief operations due to natural and man-made disasters.
Non-governmental organisations provide assistance to populations in distress, victims of natural or man-made disasters and victims of armed conflicts. The organisations do so irrespective of race, religion or political convictions. NGOs observe neutrality and impartiality and the rights to humanitarian assistance throughout the world and in very difficult environments.
A charity organisation is a type of non-profit organisation (NPO). Thousands of these organisations donate not only money, but also their time, to assist those in need and give people hope to move on. They serve vulnerable communities in dignified ways by responding to their humanitarian and development needs.
Many of the leading governments of this world work hard to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realise their potential. Health ministries work hard to assist the population of their country in health-related matters, such as fighting the HIV, malaria, dengue, malnutrition and other serious issues.