How America is betraying the hungry children of Africa

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The article shows how we manage to damage agricultural economies and the sustainability of countries with food aid, this time in Malawi. Why are we shipping many tons of American corn to a country that has a bumper crop this year, when it would be cheaper and better to buy Malawi corn? One of the things I often talk about in my public speaking is the continuum that goes from pure profit orientation to pure charity.

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How Faith-Based Hope Endeavors Effectively Fights the AIDS Epidemic and Changes Lives in the U.S. and Africa

Tech Soup Blog

Two 14-year-old girls, one in the US and one in Malawi, had their lives changed when they joined forces to fight the AIDS epidemic in Africa. This is the story of how a Michigan faith based organization called Hope Endeavors leads significant humanitarian work from a home office.( read more ). intuit religious organizations quickbooks Local impact map faith based organizations tsreligiousorgs tsintuit


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How Faith-Based Hope Endeavors Effectively Fights the AIDS Epidemic and Changes Lives in the U.S. and Africa

Tech Soup Blog

Two 14-year-old girls, one in the US and one in Malawi, had their lives changed when they joined forces to fight the AIDs epidemic in Africa. Through the creation hope-giving projects that serve the most vulnerable in Malawi, the organization connects U.S.-based One of these projects is Hope Village, which provides care for orphan children with HIV in Malawi. Darcy returned to Malawi a year later to figure out how to help the kids like Isaac.

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How can nonprofits build public trust through accountability to beneficiaries?

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Daniel resides in Blantyre, Malawi, with his wife and 5-year-old triplets. Illustration generated by DALL·E. posted by Daniel Tyrrell Fall 2021 Alumnus, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management.

New data for strategic disaster philanthropy 


Cyclone Idai struck Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, causing widespread flood destruction. The COVID-19 pandemic has filled our newsfeeds, our schools, our politics, and our living rooms for two years.

How Mobile Phones Are Saving Lives in the Developing World

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How Mobile Phones Are Saving Lives in the Developing World : "In six months, our pilot in Malawi saved the clinical staff 1,200 hours of follow-up time and more than $3,000 in motorbike fuel,” Nesbit says. Further, it doubled the number of patients who were treated for Tuberculosis (TB). Once treated, patient follow-ups were completed by SMS rather than an in-person exam, which saved time, transportation and money. “We’re

Mobile Innovations for Social Good


million patients in Malawi and Uganda, they've seen that text messages and cheap mobile phones are great tools on the front-lines of global health. If you're interested in updates from the field this summer you can follow Nadim , who is already in Mexico, Josh and Lucky who are just leaving for Malawi, or my blog , where I will be writing about work in Malawi and throughout East Africa for the next year. Amy Sample Ward, NetSquared.

Vote for the Best Social Change and Technology Projects at Netsquared!

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Community-Owned Telecenter Project in Malawi. Starting this week, you can vote for the best NetSquared Innovation Fund Award nominated projects until Saturday, April 14th at Noon PDT. You can cast your ballot for the projects that you think most effectively use the social web for social change. The complete list of projects can be found here. To vote, read through the Voting Guidelines , and their handy Voter Guide , which includes short summaries of the 150+ nominated projects.

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The Power of Thank You Letters

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In case you're wondering, Charity Water "invested (my) money with local partners, Relief Society of Tigray (REST) and Action Against Hunger (ACF) in Ethiopia and Pump Aid in Malawi, to build and rehabilitate freshwater wells and spring protections for people in need." Author: Jonathan Weldon. There have been a number of posts recently about the power and importance of donor thank you letters.

How to Use Causes for Your Year-End Fundraising Appeal


And Camfed raised $4,500 to build a roof on a school in Malawi , then turned around and funded another $3,386 project to give shoes to schoolgirls in Zimbabwe. . Susan Gordon, Causes. Planning for the year-end giving season is in full swing throughout the nonprofit sector. In 2009, giving in December alone brought in about 1/3 of the fundraising dollars to nonprofits.

Making Stories Work for Your Org: What the Data Says


In "The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty" , Princeton University professor Peter Singer famously highlights one study in which individuals who were shown a picture of a girl named Rokia and told her story were willing to give far more than when asked to help three million hungry children in Malawi. By Colin Holtz and Steve Daigneault, M+R Strategic Services Everyone is talking about "the power of stories" — social scientists, nonprofit directors, your mother, you name it.

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Vote for Your CNN Hero: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Impact

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Today, the Los Angeles nanny funds a school in her native Malawi -- where half a million children have been orphaned by the disease." I started watching a lot of CNN before the election. It's kinda depressing, but I'm trying to stay informed. Over the past week though, there have been little glimpses of happiness amid the disasters, scandals and economic bad news - stories about the CNN Heroes: Ordinary People Extraordinary Impact.

Vote Now: Ten Sessions We Want to See at NTC


We’ll hear from nonprofits that have used concrete project-based fundraising to build libraries in India, heat the homes of Native Americans in South Dakota and even send 5,000 girls to school in Malawi. Voting for the 2012 NTC (Nonprofit Technology Conference) is now open and the competition is fierce. As usual the nonprofit community has pitched some incredibly useful sessions. Here are ten of Frogloop's favorite sessions that we think should make the cut.

nfp 2.0 » What does Second Life success look like for non-profits?

Rebooting Charity

These include a school building with classroom desk, chair, books and pens, and a tractor (for hire) pledged to a bridge construction project over the River Thondwe in Malawi. Skip navigation Recent Posts Natural blog cycle Buzz Director: the spacewalk metaphor Group fundraising primer When pictures speak a thousand words Another shout for a Netsquared Europe Communicating the soul of your non-profit My Fundraising 2.0