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GeekCorps Mali

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

It was my last afternoon in Mali, as I started psychic re-entry process into my normal existence, that I remembered that in real life, hey, I'm a geek. So I dropped by the offices of GeekCorps Mali, which as it turned out was just around the corner from where I was staying at Rebecca and Fode's house in the Quartier Hippodrome.

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Improving Public health in Mali

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Last month I wrote about my stroll through Sikoro , on the northern outskirts of Bamako, Mali, and the community health project Siguida Keneyali we learned about there. Today my friend Britt Bravo posted an in-depth interview with Caitlin Cohen of Siguida that looks at the project and its community-based orientation in some real detail.

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Monique and the Mango Rains: Two Years with a Midwife in Mali

Have Fun - Do Good

By the third page of Monique and the Mango Rains, you know that Monique, a midwife in Mali, will die in childbirth. midwife mali women Peace Corps friendship -Anne Fadiman, author of The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down about Monique and the Mango Rains. Still, when you read about her death at the book's end, you are surprised.

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How Much Money do People Really Give on Nonprofit Boards? Read BoardAssist’s Annual Report on Nonprofit Giving for all the Answers

BoardAssist

Our work spans tiny nonprofits serving in Mali and Haiti, requiring a minimal financial commitment, to New York-based nonprofit household names that request significant funding from their board members, and everything in between.

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How Much Money do People Really Give on Nonprofit Boards? Read BoardAssist’s Annual Report on Nonprofit Giving for all the Answers

BoardAssist

Our work spans tiny nonprofits serving in Mali and Haiti, requiring a minimal financial commitment, to New York-based nonprofit household names that request significant funding from their board members, and everything in between.

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How Much Money do People Really Give on Nonprofit Boards? Read BoardAssist’s 2018 Annual Report on Nonprofit Giving for all the Answers

BoardAssist

Our work spans tiny nonprofits serving in Mali and Haiti, requiring a minimal financial commitment, to New York-based nonprofit household names that request significant funding from their board members, and everything in between.

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Why I Believe Technology Can Change the World

NTEN

My wife and I lived at a dusty intersection of two unpaved streets in Kayes, Mali. Just up one of them, a few squat concrete shops sat boarded up – except, every now and then, a crowd would start to gather, eventually filling most of the street. When a truck full of merchandise pulled up, it was a surprise only to us.