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Rwanda and Twitter

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There is also the “official” President of Rwanda account which is for more formal communications. Feed a child, feed a nation!

Generation Rwanda: Two Stories

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The main exhibition tells the history of Rwanda leading up to the genocide, what happened, and the aftermath. Civil Society 2.0

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

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For the past ten days, I’ve been in Rwanda, Africa. Rwanda leads the world with the highest percentage of women in high level positions.

Preparations for Rwanda

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I’m just about complete with my preparations for my trip to Rwanda. Everyone should read this book… As We Forgive: Stories of Reconciliation from Rwanda Larson takes a look at what it means to try to carry on after the genocide. President Kagame asked Farmer to Rwanda to help remake the country’s health care system.

I’m going to Rwanda

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Today I got confirmation of some great news–in February I’ll be going to Rwanda for a week to help install an open source medical records system at a rural health clinic! Only just a week ago a friend pointed me to this piece by David Brancaccio on Partners In Health’s work in Rwanda. I’m going to Rwanda!

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Was there anything in particular which drew you to Rwanda? I have. Welcome to. To date, her images have been viewed over 136,000 times.

Jen Lemen Raises Over $3,000 in 24 Hours for Rwanda Project

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" So, when she emailed me about her plans to raise money to visit Rwanda for this project , I made a contribution and circulated her request. Jen Lemen will visit Grace (12) and Lillian (9), the daughters of Odette Umurerwa, a genocide survivor from Rwanda currently living in the United States. Jen???s Way to go! Let???s

Women Who Tech Around the World

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Women Who Tech Around the World. View more presentations from Beth Kanter. I organized and moderated a panel called “ Women Who Tech Globally.”

Are You Being Left Behind as Technology Ushers In a Whole New Approach to Philanthropy? #CoFLA

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I discovered that it was Larry Eason from DotOrgPower and his colleague, Shelley Wenk, offered to write this summary of the discussion as a guest post.

Attention Data Nerds: Nonprofits Miss Out on the Power of LinkedIn: Learn How to Tap It

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Note from Beth: By the time you are reading, I’ll probably have been on a jet plane for far longer than I want to be and maybe have landed in Rwanda. Once I recover from the journey, expect read reports about the Networked NGO in Rwanda and use of social media to support Women’s Rights organizations. Research Studies

Akilah Institute for Women: Social Media Workshop

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They were very excited to see the Minister of Health in Rwanda on Twitter. Akilah workshop. View more presentations from Beth Kanter.

How Do World Leaders Use Twitter? New Findings from Annual Twiplomacy Study

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The second most conversational leader is Rwanda’s President @PaulKagame who often gets into memorable Twitter exchanges with his critics.

UpEnergy: cool for-profit social enterprise

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They are already active in Africa and Latin America, in countries like Uganda, Rwanda, Liberia, El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua. The rise of for-profit social enterprises has been quite exciting. Evan Haigler is a social entrepreneur I've known for years. Lately Evan's been talking about how to expand their impact even more.

Tips and Tools for Integrating Social Media Into Your Nonprofit Event Marketing Plan

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Charity:Water used it for its Rwanda Campaign. BEFORE. The first step is to get organized. Many nonprofits use EventBrite for this purpose.

Need Answers: LinkedIn Has Them

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Note from Beth: I’m just finishing up an intensive training here in Rwanda. Has anyone ever confronted this issue? Tips linkedin

Three Reasons Kids Need Digital Literacy and Citizenship Education

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Note from Beth: By the time you read this post, I’ll be in the air enroute to Rwanda for a training project. Photo by WhiteAfrican.

Your Weekly Mobile News!

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30-35 percent prefer to receive fraud alerts through SMS versus 23 percent of the US population. What does this mean for SMS? Stick with SMS! Creeeepy.

Use Social Media to Reel in Big Fish Donors

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Flickr Photo by Canolais. Use Social Media to Reel in Big Fish Donors Guest Post By Geri Stengel, Ventureneer. Who are their big individual donors?

Forget That Amazon Package: This Funder Wants Drones to Deliver Humanitarian Aid  - Inside Philanthropy - Inside Philanthropy

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The foundation is supporting the initiative—which plans to launch its first drones in Rwanda later this year—with an $800,000 grant." 'via via Blog this

International Organizations and Social Media: News, Engagement, and Social Data for Policy Change

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The second most conversational leader is Rwanda’s President @PaulKagame. Not every student in my class is focused on the same policy issue.

Visual Storytelling for Nonprofits

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By Christy Wiles, Marketing Manager, PhotoPhilanthropy. Photo by Alex Masi on behalf of The Bhopal Medical Appeal. World Wildlife Fund.

Announcing… 31 New Favorite Nonprofits for 2013!

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Gorilla Doctors provides life-saving medical care to mountain and Grauer’s gorillas in Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The Networked NGO in India

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We are working very closely with V.S. Chandrashekar, India Country Advisor and his talented team members, Ms. Anupam Shukla and Ms. Program Design.

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Nine Digital Marketing Lessons Nonprofits Can Learn from charity: water

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Image from Flickr by Xurble. With that in mind, here are nine marketing lessons other nonprofits can take away from charity: water. Brilliant.

Some Reflections About Civil Society 2.0 and Why I’m Not On A Plane To Tunisia Right Now

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Department of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Office of the Middle Eastern Partnership Initiative (MEPI) and managed by IIE. ” Widad E.

Mother's Day Donation Ideas

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Your mom will receive a a handmade card made by a woman in their program in Rwanda. Room to Read's Girls' Education program.

Great reads from around the web on June 29th

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I come across so many great conversations, ideas, and resources all over the web every day. Is For-Profit the Future of Non-Profit?

Photos for Social Change

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Beth Kanter posted an incredible photo today on blogher and netsquared (click on one of them to see it) taken from the camera_rwanda blog.

Footballs

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My brother-in-law Pete just stopped by with 3 soccer balls for me to take to Rwanda! Nice touch that I’m sure the kids will notice.

SMS Delivers Patient Support in Many Forms

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The system notifies health workers when they need to intervene and has led to a significant reduction in Rwanda’s infant mortality rate.

Medical Records for Gitwe

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My trip to Rwanda was amazing. I’ll write more later about Rwanda and the people. I highly recommend going to Rwanda and Kenya.

Will Nonprofits Take SXSWi By Storm in 2015?

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New Models in Higher Ed: From Texas to Rwanda. SXSWi is one of the biggest conferences for startups, technologists, and people who have innovative ideas that they think can change the world. But where do nonprofits and cause related startups fit into SXSWi? Why Failure Is a Dirty Word for Nonprofits. Vote Here: [link] sxsw.com/vote/39063.

Paul Rusesabagina & Bloggers for Darfur

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Yesterday I went to see Paul Rusesabagina speak, the man who inspired the movie, Hotel Rwanda. darfur genocide rwanda bloggers

Win a Trip to Report for the NYT with Nicholas Kristof

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Past winners traveled to Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Rwanda, and Congo. The student reporter will blog and vlog for nytimes.com.

Traveling Postcards: Interview with Founder, Caroline Lovell

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What started out as a personal art project has grown into a global community project that has created over 800 handmade cards carrying voices to and from the Congo, Rwanda, Uganda, Costa Rica, Niger, Namibia, America, Haiti and Afghanistan. How does Traveling Postcards work? Connecting personal wisdom to effect positive change is our goal.

"Books of Conscience" to Read During Genocide Prevention Month

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Did you know that six genocides began in the month of April? We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.

I Hope My Kids Organize Their Own Online Fundraiser When They Are Teenagers

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Spencer Brodsky. As I parent, my hope is that by helping my kids find ways to share their passion for giving - they will make it a lifelong habit.

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