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Is your organization about to place a request? Whether it’s your first time or not, here are a few things that you should check or consider in order to help make the entire experience as simple and as comfortable as possible.
More often than not, attempting to place an order that exceeds the general allotment is the common reason why most orders are denied.
To avoid the inconvenience of having to review and redo your order, see here the maximum allowable quantities each eligible nonprofit can request for:
As we in the US slowly begin to recover from the deadly tornadoes that hit Oklahoma state, we are reminded of the challenges many charities face in being prepared for the next natural disaster. NGOs are generally under-resourced, and just getting the most basic technology functioning can be a hurdle, let alone being prepared for disaster.
By Glenn Fajardo, TechSoup
TechSoup Asia was inspired by the *Weekend Movement in Malaysia. We gathered many of our partners and collaborators for a weekend of rapid prototyping of new ideas to help NGOs better use technology for social impact.
The Tech Beginner’s Guide is a workbook designed to help small and medium sized NGOs understand the basics of ICT. It is the culmination of over 10 years of on-the-ground work, and expert research by TechSoup It is designed to give you the right amount of relevant and actionable information, so you can focus your time on your mission, rather than addressing the ICT needs of your office and employees.
Download it here.
Recently I was at the Microsoft T4G event on Bintan Island in Indonesia and had a chance to meet with a wide range of organisations across the region. They are all doing great work with limited resources. Emerging from many conversations and presentations, some of the challenges in the region that struck me as central to supporting NGO’s in the Asia-Pacific region were:
So you need software to help with project management. Great! But wait... What do you mean by project management? Do you need to map out project plans and schedules? Collaborate on documents? Track tasks? Time? Documents? Issues?