Why is it so difficult to find volunteers for non-profit organizations?

What do you mean by non-profit organizations?Development organisations or district centres? Elderly care or event support?

I am going out of development organisations.

The reason why it is difficult to find volunteers for non-profit organizations is because the last 50 years of development aid has shown that it is a pointless industry. The sector mainly gives a good feeling to people who work and keep them in the same position.There is no culture of truth finding, and if someone comes up with a counter-sound then he or she will be served or ignored. Unfortunately, there has never been any hard evidence for any help. We are still hitting water wells in Africa after 50 years, which already indicates that it is a pointless ideal. For 20 years I have questioned all charities in the Netherlands, the Dutch government and major international organisations for hard evidence on the output they publish, but I have never seen one piece of evidence. In fact, I always got the answer that there were no proofs. The Ngo s in the South are master in order to play the debt culture of us with scene-set situations where around numbers are fabricated. University courses are focused on qualitative assessments, not on quantitative assessments.

The absolute bottoming Point is the evaluation led by Professor Wiebe Bijker who, together with 200 researchers in 2015, wrote about 8,000 Page s and labelled development cooperation as effective and Efficient.The 200 researchers did not go beyond interviews and no unannounced samples were held to test the track record and output of local Ngo s. If at local Ngo s do not take an aptitude for their track record and the output of their current projects, then you are busy writing out a theatrical performance. With 200 researchers, Bijker was able to test the local ngo s, but Bijker meed confrontation and opted for a gentle landing. As Professor of technology and society at Maastricht University, Bijker accompanied purely qualitative theses and investigations (= Truth finding based on interviews) and his first quantitative research (= Truth finding Based on hard proofs including unannounced samples) must still come on his resume. You can also say that with the casting of Bijker the government is at fault. Too bad for this was 漏 opportunity to show to everyone how you do sound 鈧?虄scientific research is to do. Apparently, civil servants and politicians, with apparent reason and without scientific truth, are simply easy to convince.

I have literally been seated with directors of charity around the table in which I have been told that the certain dates were concocted.In fact, I was there when it was fabricated, but directors remained loyal to their faith. If I asked why they were loyal to something they had not seen at all, then they had no answer to it. It was easy to get me out of their story so that the rest remained upright. These directors I have summed up afterwards to provide evidence but I got the answer that it was not there but they kept believing it was there. This is development cooperation. Culture to talk seriously about things that do not exist nourish our debt culture and a counter-noise is a disturbing factor.

Want to read an example?Please read 鈧?虄Rural India Working group keeps fabricated child labor in the air

I have once published that an organization in India put all together.Afterwards I was called on the mat at the largest development organisation in the Netherlands. They decided to investigate everything thoroughly. After the investigation, she published in the media that my criticisms were nonsense, without providing one proof. After 10 years I found the Indian professor who performed this audit and what turned out: He was allowed to investigate everything except the fabricated data that I had put forward as a criticism. The credulity of the sector is immensely persistent.

If you want to read my research then I invite you to read my book via the following link, but do not expect a reassuring result:

Truth-Finding and development cooperation

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