#1MilliForJadudi: A Crowdfunding Campaign in Kenya to help Cancer Patient

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In 2010, I had an opportunity to do a Networked Nonprofit workshop in Kenya. The #1MilliForJadudi campaign was launched on August 4 th , 2015, with the goal to mobilize Kenyans to raise 1 million Kenya Shillings (approx USD 10,000) to help finance Jadudi’s fourth surgery in India.

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Rockstar Nairobi Social Entrepreneur

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

She’s an incredible social entrepreneur I just visited with in Nairobi, Kenya. They made a great team: Steve was an enthusiastic salesman/CEO, passionate about building up Kenya through good IT jobs, and Carol ran the team. The doctors in Kenya struggled with a diagnosis.

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My Triple Ripple of Kindness: Helping Women in San Jose and Kenya

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I used my $100 check to purchase beautiful ceramic beaded necklaces from Kazuri in Kenya. Kazuri is Swahili for “small and beautiful.&# The Kazuri factory is located in the rolling hills outside of Nairobi, Kenya.

Geek teams on two continents write poverty-breaking apps for Kenya | Reuters

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Geek teams on two continents write poverty-breaking apps for Kenya | Reuters : "The Nov. 20-22 Poverty Hackathon will be the first international development-focused virtual hackathon - taking place on two continents simultaneously, the organizers say. While it’s not common for hackathons to have virtual teams working together, we think it’s a core component of actually making impact," said Canadian Danielle Thé, who set up the charity Devs Without Borders in Toronto earlier this year." 'via

The Networked Nonprofit in Kenya

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Ushahidi Board Meeting at iHub in Kenya. I’ve just spent the last couple of days in Nairobi, Kenya because I’m a board member of an NGO based here, Ushahidi , an organization that builds tools for democratizing information and increasing transparency.

TechSoup Japan and Kenya Launch!

Tech Soup Blog

June marked the launch of two new international TechSoup partners: Japan and Kenya , bringing the total count of TechSoup Global Network partners to 24 (not including the original U.S. TechSoup Kenya is a collaborative effort by SANGONeT/NGO Pulse and Arid Lands Information Network (ALIN).

Breaking News, Kenya, Africa, Politics, Business, Sports, Blogs, Photos, Videos - Kenyan mapping tool helps Haiti quake victims

AFP Blog

Breaking News, Kenya, Africa, Politics, Business, Sports, Blogs, Photos, Videos - Kenyan mapping tool helps Haiti quake victims: "n online crisis mapping tool initiated and operated by Kenyans has been assisting families and friends locate missing persons, following the horrendous earthquake that hit the Haitian capital three weeks ago.The online mapping tool — www.ushahidi.com — is also being

Inaugural Text Messaging Competition Selects Non-Profit Winners From Kenya, Uganda, Mexico and Azerbaijan

AFP Blog

Inaugural Text Messaging Competition Selects Non-Profit Winners From Kenya, Uganda, Mexico and Azerbaijan: "The inaugural nGOmobile competition ran for three months from October 2007, and was aimed exclusively at grassroots non-profit Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) working for positive social and environmental change.

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Racing Through the Sahara for South African NGOs

Tech Soup Blog

As a sponsor of this fundraising run in cooperation with TechSoup Egypt and TechSoup Kenya , TechSoup Global is proud to support SANGONeT and the runners as they make their journey through the Sahara.

Alison Lowndes: Helping to care for children in Kenya

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She caught my attention because she founded an organization that works with orphaned and disabled children in Kenya. Having friends in Kenya, she came up with the idea to provide summer schools in Kenya. Organizations in Kenya are carefully vetted.

Bloggers Covering the World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya

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An estimated 80,000-150,000 people from all over the world will be attending the 2007 World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya January 20-25th. This year's theme is, ""People's Struggles, People's Alternatives - Another World is Possible." The World Social Forum was created by anti-globalization activists in 2001 as a balance to the World Economic Forum in Davos. This is the first time it has been held in Africa.

Kipp and Philip of the Social Development Network in east Africa

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I've just ended an exciting three week long Africa trip to Kenya, Tanzania and Ghana. One of my very first meetings in Nairobi, Kenya, was with John Kipchumbah (Kipp) and Philip Thigo of the Innovation Program of the Social Development Network. One of the first areas was a budget tracking tools for Kenya, to make it easier for people to learn about budgeted amounts for their areas. They are also planning on tracking next year's elections in Kenya.

Bookshare around the world

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One of our partners is in Kenya, and I recently was sent their holiday party pictures. And, they're doing great work for us in Kenya, a country that has tremendous potential and needs to advance past the challenges of the last year. Bookshare is doing great.

NGO Bringing Internet Service To Developing World

TechImpact

In places like rural Africa, reliable internet service is hard to come by.

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Join Our 24-Hour Round-the-World Twitter Chat

Tech Soup Blog

On May 4, we and our partners from Australia to South Africa, Kenya to Warsaw, and Florida to San Francisco will host a 24-hour, around-the-world #Storymakers2016 Twitter chat. KENYA. LUSAKA, KENYA.

New Ideas at TED2014

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He now lives in rural Kenya working on eye care. Andrew’s focus is on curing blindness: 80% of the people he sees in rural Kenya can have their blindness reversed. I explained Benetech’s efforts to grow the impact of our Bookshare library globally, specifically discussing partnerships with groups in India and Kenya. While English might be very useful in Nairobi, Swahili would be the language needed in rural Kenya.

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Women Ingenuity is Powering Solutions for the Digital Divide

Connection Cafe

There are digital literacy trainings for women springing up in Bangladesh, Internet cafés for women opening doors in Argentina, and women leaders in Kenya prototyping mobile apps that send out alerts if a woman’s safety is threatened.

Get Email on Your Domain with Hands-On Office 365 Workshops

Tech Soup Blog

Nakuru, Kenya , November 4 with Mary Antonina. Malaba, Kenya , November 5 with David Wanga. Nairobi, Kenya , November 6 with Chrispine Okumu. Are you still using a Gmail, Yahoo!, or similar email address for your organization?

M-Pesa is our hippo!

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we get to hear the story of a cell phone banking service that gives the poor effective banking services in Kenya when the country's banks have declined to serve them. And, Kenya is not the only country to discover this opportunity. Technology really is becoming an incredible tool for empowering the poor. Whenever I see a great example of this, I get excited. Vital Wave Consulting covers the opportunities in serving developing markets and one of their blog posts really grabbed me.

Blackbaud Headed to SXSWi 2011

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She co-founded Hope Runs , a non-profit organization in Kenya and is is a published author writing on such diverse topics as social media strategy , saving money , and natural living. Blackbaud @ SXSW 2011. It’s that time again. South by South West Interactive 2011 is upon us.

Women Who Tech Around the World

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” Using a webinar and conference call platform, we were able to bring in participants from San Francisco, Rwanda, Kenya, Algeria, Tunisia, and Egypt. Next we heard from Dr. Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenberg is Founder and Executive Director of Akili Dada and based in Kenya.

The Evolution of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising and the Rise of DIY

Connection Cafe

Digging into ten years of data from our annual Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Top Thirty, I felt a bit like P2P’s version of Louis Leakey sifting through the dirt at Kenya’s Olduvai Gorge.

Build Your Storymaking Skills with Free Events and Webinars

Tech Soup Blog

Kisumu, Kenya: Storymakers 2016 — Kisumu. Kakamega, Kenya: Storymakers 2016 — Kakamega. Kenya: NetSquared Camp — Storytelling 2016. Kenya. Busia, Kenya: NetSquared Camp — Storytelling 2016.

Start Your September with New Tech Skills

Tech Soup Blog

Busia, Kenya: Net2 Kenya Subregional Conferences — Kisumu Busia and Kakamega. Busia, Kenya: Fast, Affordable, Safe, and Transparent — FAST Africa Campaign 2016. I'm not in school anymore, but September still feels like the real beginning of the new year.

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12 Early Adopters of the.NGO and.ONG Domains

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Creating Your Generosity Plan: Kathy LeMay, Raising Change

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You can connect with Kenya through CD Baby, Source Consulting Group , and Facebook. " 'Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.'

Philanthropy and Social Media: New Whitepaper from The Institute for Philanthropy

Amy Sample Ward

Ushahidi, an open source project originally deployed in Kenya to report post-election violence has since been downloaded and deployed for many other events and disasters, including Haiti, Chile, and Japan.

Get Fundraising Tips at a NetSquared Community Event

Tech Soup Blog

So far we've scheduled events in Kenya and Uganda, and will be adding more cities throughout the fall. Busia, Kenya: Office 365 Workshop Train the Trainer NetSquared Mombasa­ Friday, October 9, 2015. Busia, Kenya: Office 365 Workshop Train the Trainer NetSquared Kisumu.

Deanna Zandt: Share This! How You Will Change the World with Social Networking

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Connect with Kenya through CD Baby and Source Consulting Group. It was the power of people sharing the stories with one another that actually brought it to some sort of critical mass where mainstream media then took attention.

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Getting Social with Your Local Nonprofit Tech Community

Tech Soup Blog

Busia, Kenya: Stop Cyberbullying Day SCD 2016. Busia, Kenya: Building for the Future with Appmakers — Mozilla and NetSquared Kenya. Webinars are awesome, and so are blog posts. But there's a special magic that happens when we get face to face.

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I had an opportunity to meet Ms Kathambi Kinoti from the Young Women’s Leadership Institute in Kenya. For the past ten days, I’ve been in Rwanda, Africa.

Raising Diapers with Social Media: Help a Mother Out Co-Founder, Lisa Truong

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Music: "Mango Delight," by Kenya Masala. Connect with Kenya through CD Baby and Source Consulting Group. This month's Big Vision Podcast guest is Lisa Truong, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Help a Mother Out.

Your Local Tech4Good Club Is Ready to Help

Tech Soup Blog

Busia, Kenya: NetSquared Kenya and Mozilla — Building for the Future with App Maker. Every month I bring you a roundup of free technology training events that will help nonprofit staffers like you build their skills.

Samaschool Uses Tech to Empower Low-Income People

Tech Soup Blog

In 2014, Samaschool expanded globally to Nairobi, Kenya, and in 2015, it launched an online curriculum that teaches students what it takes to do digital work.

Nonprofits Who are Making A Difference Through Play

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Illustrating the positive power of another incredibly popular game, the United Nations and Minecraft developer Mojang partnered to bring youths’ game-world blueprints to real-life in public works in Kenya, Sweden, and Haiti through its innovative “Block by Block” ( [link] ) program.

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Ushahidi Develops Innovative Tools for Nonprofits and Others Working to Benefit the Public

Tech Soup Blog

One of TechSoup's less-known areas of work has been to support and promote the work of other tech-for-good organizations, like Ushahidi in Kenya.

Ushahidi Wins MacArthur Award: Changing the World One Map at a Time

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In early 2008, villages and cities across Kenya were ravaged with violence following the disputed re-election of the sitting Kenyan president. An ad-hoc group of tech bloggers based in Kenya decided to do something about it.

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The Power of Curation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A woman in Kenya (replete with name and photo) who could use your $50 to start a corner store. Flickr by Leo Reynolds. Guest post by Paula Goldman. The wisdom of crowds, the insanity of crowds.

Top rated charity opens up its real-time data - Humanosphere

AFP Blog

Top rated charity opens up its real-time data - Humanosphere : "The charity that allows people to make a direct donation to a person living in Kenya just got a whole lot more transparent. It is another step forward for the organization that made a big splash last year when a rigorous study of its work in Kenya showed the impact of giving poor western Kenyans money to spend as they see fit." ''via Blog this

Announcing… 31 New Favorite Nonprofits for 2013!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Ewaso Lions is a focused conservation research project in Samburu, Kenya that is working to conserve Kenya’s lions while improving livelihoods of local people. Each January Nonprofit Tech 2.0 selects 31 new “ Favorite Nonprofits ” to be featured in the Nonprofit Tech 2.0 banner.