Of all the forms of ‘volunteer tourism’, orphanage visits or volunteering have raised the most concern. A number of charities have warned about the emotional harm that could be caused by a constant stream of volunteers who shower orphans with affection for a few hours or days, and then disappear for ever. Concerns have also been raised about risks of child abuse, or the potential setting up of fake ‘orphanages’ purely to take advantage of Westerners who want to visit or donate money. A report from Next Generation Nepal (NGN), released on 11 December 2014, finds that most of the children in orphanages in Nepal are not orphans at all. The charity advises against orphanage tourism, which is also the subject of a campaign by pressure group Tourism Concern.