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1 in 4 respondents (24%) of a global survey claim to have made donations for the development of poor countries and betterment of children

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Islamabad, 08 April, 2020

According to a WIN World Survey, 24% respondents over the world claim to have made donations to Not-for-Profit organizations / NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) for support for the development of the poorest countries and children aid.

A sample of 29,368 men and women from 40 countries across the globe was asked, “Over the past 12 months, have you made any donation to Not-for-Profit organizations / NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) for support for the development of the poorest countries and children aid?” Only 24% of respondents in participating countries have made donations to support the development of the poorest countries and children aid, while 76% said they have not made any donations.

Countrywide Analysis: Most generous and least generous nations

Of the 40 countries surveyed, Australia (72%) and China (62%) have the highest rate of donations to NGOs. In contrast, Ecuador (6%) and South Korea (5%) have the lowest proportion of respondents that have made donations over the past 12 months.

Regional Analysis: MENA countries are the most generous

Regional results show that the highest proportion of respondents from MENA countries have made donations to support the development of the poorest countries and children aid, while African countries have low levels of donations.

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