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Good News! Starbucks Signed an Agreement with Ethiopia

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Oxfam announced yesterday that Starbucks signed an agreement with Ethiopian farmers: "Starbucks and Ethiopia have finalized an agreement that ends their trademark dispute and brings both sides together in partnership to help Ethiopian farmers. ethiopia starbucks oxfam starbucks holdthehormones Guess what?

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Measurement Wisdom for Nonprofits from Bill Gates

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Like Marion Conway, I was struck by this photo of him pointing to data handwritten on the walls = tracking immunization records from a rural health clinic in Ethiopia. A decade ago, there was no official record of a child’s birth or death in rural Ethiopia.

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Daily DoGooder: A Glimmer of Hope to Fight Poverty


Glimmer of Hope to Fight Poverty | 3:00 A Glimmer of Hope A beautifully produced video by A Glimmer of Hope, a non-profit organization that helps lift women and children out of extreme poverty in rural Ethiopia, with 100% of all donations directly funding projects. Change the world, one video at a time.A Beyond the [.].

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Measurement Takes Center Stage in Bill Gates' 2013 Letter


One of the examples in the Gates letter highlights this risk: Ethiopia’s recent effort to monitor the progress of its immunization program is a good example of learning from data and—the hardest part—using data to improve delivery of the right solutions. Ethiopia could have ignored this conflict and reported the most favorable data.

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Geoff Livingston Guest Post: Follow @childfund and Help Feed Children

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

These efforts will directly benefit children in Gambia, Zambia, Kenya and Ethiopia. Vegetable seeds in Ethiopia. There is no cap on on followers, and the offer will continue through July 27. . Each country has different needs so the gifts vary: Chickens for a school in the Gambia. A goat for a family farm in Zambia.

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Social Media, Networking, and African Women’s Leadership Training in Rwanda

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The project is under the visionary leadership of Cheryl Francisconi who is the director of IIE’s office in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia and has vast expertise in developing, designing, and implementing transformative leadership programs for several decades.

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October Community Builder Chat – Connecting On and Offline Communities #commbuild

Amy Sample Ward

You can look at #sfaddis to see what they did recently from Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. Some of the examples and recommendations from this month’s chat included: UN Food&Ag Org (FAO) has done a great job with their Share Fairs – sharing the discussions and training on and offline.

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