Why I Love @Canva for Nonprofits and Why You Should Too

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I am in Cambodia as part of Tech2Empower , an initiative of Wake. Advisers contribute their skills and expertise to provide training and mentoring to help amplify the work of anti-trafficking organizations in Cambodia. I’ve also taught social media to young people in Cambodia.

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International Women’s Day: Using Technology to Empower Women and Girls

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In 2016 half a billion women still cannot read, 62 million girls are denied the right to education and 155 countries still have laws that differentiate between men and women. Tech2Empower: Helping Women in Cambodia. For T2E Cambodia , the focus is human trafficking.

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Austin Nonprofit Bridges Digital and Education Divide in Cambodia - PR.com

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Press Release Austin Nonprofit Bridges Digital and Education Divide in Cambodia - PR.com : That’s something that Austin’s Windows of Wonder Institute, or WOWi, wants to end. With its first international project in Siem Reap, Cambodia, WOWi aims to bring American audiences together with students of the Tchey school, to provide technical training to these students and help raise money for the education of Cambodian children.

How Gen Z Donors Harness the Power of Online Giving

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Case in point: In 2014, Noah Wong visited Cambodia and India and discovered kids his own age (and younger) were growing up in prisons. Cambodia Fundraising Gen Z

Announcing the Launch of Book #3:The Happy Healthy Nonprofit

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I have two adopted children from Cambodia, and both these young women lived in the same orphanage as my daughter. Education in Cambodia is the path out of poverty and I am grateful that the modest amount of royalties from book sales have helped these young women make a better life.

Women, Girls, Education and Global Health: Interview with Carinne Brody

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When a girl receives an education, she stays healthy, HIV negative, marries when she chooses, and raises a healthy family. When I signed up to participate in the Girl Effect Blogging Campaign, I wasn't sure how I would contribute, but when I connected with Carinne Brody at an International Museum of Women event a couple weeks ago, I knew she would be a wonderful person to talk with us about the connection between girls' education and global health.

Raise Your Hand for Girls on October 11, 2012

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Globally, 1 in 3 girls around the world is denied an education by the daily realities of poverty, violence and discrimination. Making it through both primary and secondary education is critical to girls being able to help break the cycle of poverty.

Blogging To Improve Cambodia's Environment

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She has been blogging about her work and life at Sreisaat Adventures in Cambodia since January, 2004. She moved to Cambodia in April, 2000. How and why did you find yourself in Cambodia? Tell us about your work in Cambodia with the NGO, Mlup Baitong.

Cameras for Cambodia

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I started to find great expat blogs about Cambodia, particularly sweetcucumber and started to follow the links of the comments and found another blog which referenced Elizabeth's project. I am packing up my old Mavica to send her because it will be easier for her to report on the project via her blog from Cambodia without having to worry about finding a scanner in Siem Reap. Cameras for Cambodia (C4C) is a grassroots project that will take place in the town of Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Happy International Women’s Day: Meet Keo Savon

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Tom Watson has written about a remarkable woman in Cambodia, Mu Sochu. I’d like to introduce you to Keo Savon, an orphan from Cambodia from the same orphanage as our daughter. My family is sponsoring her college education through the work of the Sharing Foundation.

Announcing Measuring the Networked Nonprofit Book

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I am donating my royalties to support the Sharing Foundation ‘s college education program for young people in Cambodia. My family is sponsoring Keo Savon , who we met this summer in Cambodia.

Cambodia Culture Quest

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While doing research on the Web for the course content, I stumbled upon an article called " A Field Guide to Cross Cultural Projects " which lead me to an educational technology integration model called CultureQuest. I will be leading several workshops called " Exploring Cambodian Culture " at the Sage School (preK-8 school for gifted students) during "Cluster Week." " Cluster Week concept is based on Joseph Renzulli???s

BlogHers, Gender Blogging, and Linux Chix in Cambodia!

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Click To Play Here a round up of some the fabulous women Bloghers in Cambodia and Linux Chix that I met. It had nothing to do with saving the world or strengthening Cambodia???s They are currently doing research on issues impacting women and ICT in Cambodia.

Measuring the Networked Nonprofit Wins Terry McAdam Nonprofit Book Award

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I am donating my royalties to support the Sharing Foundation‘s college education program for young people in Cambodia. My family is sponsoring Keo Savon, who we met this summer in Cambodia.

Day 12: Let’s Help Send Some Cambodian Kids To College – #12days of giving

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Today is the last day and it is finally my turn! I’m fundraising for the Sharing Foundation , that supports children and young people in Cambodia. Because my children were adopted from Cambodia and it is a way to give back.

Christian Kreutz, Web 2.0 for Development Blogger, is in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam Now. Cambodian Education System Changes To OpenSource Software!

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Through following his twitter stream, I discovered he's on the ground now in Southeast Asia and is coming to Cambodia. to places without high speed Internet access like Cambodia ?" At a massive ceremony that took place on 22 January 2008, the Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport presented its new Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Textbook for all schools that have computers, all universities and all teacher training facilities.

Measuring the Networked Nonprofit” is 2013 Terry McAdam Book Award Finalist

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It will also change the life of one young woman in Cambodia, Keo Savon (above) who lived in the same orphanage as my daughter who was adopted from Cambodia. I’m donating my author royalties to the Sharing Foundation in support of her college education.

3 New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofits That Can Boost Professional Success

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This past year took me to London to teach nonprofit leaders at workshops on digital strategy hosted by LinkedIn and Social Misfits, and to Cambodia to teach a series of workshops for Women’s Rights NGOs hosted by Wake International.

Jay Dedman and Ryanne Hodson To Plant the Seeds for Video Blogging in Roteang Village, Cambodia for Sharing Foundation

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In a couple of days, video bloggers Jay Dedman and Ryanne Hodson will be in Cambodia doing some work with Project Hope International to help them document the work they're doing to rehabilitate people involved in human trafficking. Click To Play. I'm so excited!

$10 Will Help Cambodian Youngster Mon Channy Get An Education and Live a Better Life!

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Both Bora and Nhuong, young people from Cambodia, who are donors to Sharing Foundation, know this story all too well: As Bora says, "I don't know what I can do as a single Cambodian citizen to help next generation of my country. Mon Chany is in the middle.

Generation Rwanda: Two Stories

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The site operations a Genocide Archive, a Museum, Education and Social programs, and a memorial garden and burial grounds.

It Takes A Whole Village: Ten Dollars, Ten Minutes, Help The Sharing Foundation Change the Lives of Over 1,500 in Cambodia!

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In Cambodia, rural children often die from preventable infection and disease. Cambodia's child mortality rate is among the world's highest. Cambodian Grocery Store in Lowell. Over the holidays, I was in Lowell, MA where there is a large Cambodian population.

#GivingTuesday: Why I Am Participating in the National Day of Giving on November 27, 2012

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It is intended to inspire actions like contributing to charities, educating one’s children about giving, volunteering for a nonprofit, or to encourage people in their networks to do the same. This campaign provides resources, a theme, and asking all who participate to unleash their creativity to spread generosity.

Kids and Philanthropy: Teaching Your Children To Be Charitable

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Whether I'm fundraising for Cambodia or Creative Commons , I involve my kids. We have dinner table discussions on why it is important to support causes, particularly programs in Cambodia like the Sharing Foundation. When I was a kid, Lucy the Elephant , was in a state of disrepair.

#12DaysOfGiving Charity Project

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Ever since, I’ve continued to raise money for my favorite charity, the Sharing Foundation that takes care of children in Cambodia. I’ll be raising money for the Sharing Foundation to contribute to Keo Savon’s college education.

Youth Programs Benefit from Microsoft Donations

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Speaking of impact, London, England-based Childreach International works in partnership with local communities in the developing world to help improve children’s access to healthcare, education, child rights, and protection. " Nonprofit Education in Haiti.

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Google+ – Yi-Tan Call Notes

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I also learned that one of the design personas was an individual who was therapist who needed to keep a professional wall between her work and clients – much the same issue that educators have in friending students or their parents.

Five Minutes and Ten Bucks Can Leverage Yahoo Matching Dollars and Send Over Thousand Poor Cambodian Youngsters to School!

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Many children in Cambodia do not go to school because their families lack the $10 for a uniform, required for school attendance, and other school supplies. This could make a big difference for thousands of children in Cambodia.

Harry's Loose Tooth Report

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To honor this rite of passage, we created one-minute documentary about loosing your baby teeth in Cambodia and America. will be to sponsor a young woman's college education in Cambodia. Harry's first baby tooth is loose. It has been loose for about ten days now. It hasn't yet fallen out. Wanna, a Cambodian blogger, contributed to the sound files of the phrase "tooth" in Khmer. I'm nervous. This is my first toothfairy assignment.

Meet Sina: She Helps Make Those $10 Uniforms: Only A Few Days Left To Make Our Goal!

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She earns a monthly wage working for a sewing school and shop, a vocational program run by the Sharing Foundation that trains young women so they can earn a sustainable living wage with a home-based sewing business or get a better paying job in Cambodia???s

Help My Pal Beth Win $50,000 for Cambodian Orphans

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The Sharing Foundation's mission is to help meet the physical, emotional, educational and medical needs of orphaned and seriously disadvantaged children in Cambodia. America's Giving Challenge] Cambodia orphan fundraising online

You Are Never Too Old To Change The World!

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Almost ten years ago, she founded a nonprofit organization, The Sharing Foundation , dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional, educational, and medical needs of orphaned and seriously- disadvantaged children in Cambodia. Why Cambodia? be it Cambodia, Africa or Haiti.???

1/11/10 is also National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

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Somaly Mam , Cambodia woman, is an anti-slavery activist and survivor fighting for victims all over the world. Human Trafficking is a huge issue around the world, especially in Cambodia.

Maria Estela Godinez gets a full scholarship for Tec de Monterrey!

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I was excited to learn via my friend Ricardo Carreon's blog that Tec de Monterrey Guadalajara Campus decided to give Maria Estela a full scholarship for her education. I've been following this remarkable young woman from Mexico, Maria Estela Godinez.

Interview with Lux Mean: Teaching Cambodians in Rural Areas To Blog

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He is currently training young people in Cambodia's provincial areas how to blog. Mean was only recently introduced to blogs and the organization got the idea of doing a blog projects from one of Cambodia's better known bloggers, Ex-King. Lux Mean works for the IRI.

GlobalGiving Olympics: Support the Sharing Foundation

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Since I'm on the board of the Sharing Foundation that works on development projects to support children in Cambodia and is part of the GlobalGiving community, I'm going to plug our education projects. On a personal note, our family contributes to the Sharing Foundation to support the college education of Leng Sopharath (along with the local rotary club, although college tuition in Cambodia is about $1,000 per year).

Moon Phases: Chinese New Years

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If you are interested in an overview of Chinese New Year , Robin's blog is fabulous resource for educational activities about Chinese New Year which is celebrated in Cambodia. Click through to see the enlargement Screen capture used with permission.

Help Me Send Leng Sopharath Back To College in Good Health!

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Two years ago, my family and I made a commitment to sponsor Leng Sopharath, a young woman from Cambodia, for her college education through the Sharing Foundation 's education program. I am hoping that you can contribute $10 to continue her education in good health.

Nonprofits Show Technology in Action

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' At our Women's Library in Cambodia, interactive, user-friendly technologies, like this 'computer pen' that teaches reading and pronunciation, enable women to learn at their own pace, without feeling intimidated or embarrassed," says Daniel Ostenso, president of GETSET-GO.

Networked Nonprofit Update: Royalty Check Sent to Sharing Foundation, London Event, and More

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It was with sincere joy that I was able to donate the full amount of my share of the royalities to the Sharing Foundation in support of the educational programs. Sharing knowledge, social media, and supporting young people in Cambodia.