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It's ‪#‎GirlsinICT‬ Day! To celebrate, we’re sharing an essay written by NetHope’s own Grace Githaiga about how to empower and encourage young girls and women to consider studies and careers in ICT. (Hint: Mentors, mentors, mentors …)
By Grace Githaiga, Kenya Field Coordinator. April 28, 2016, marks the annual Girls in ICT Day, which is an initiative of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Its goal is to raise global awareness around empowering and encouraging girls and young women to consider studies and careers ...
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Excited to share that NetHope board member and Save the Children CIO Andy Williams was named leader of the CIO 100! This award recognizes UK tech and business execs driving change at their organizations; since joining Save the Children in 2012, Williams has implemented its first-ever global IT plan, which includes data analytics and mobile tech. http://bit.ly/1rw83qC
Save the Children CIO Andy Williams discusses his role and what it takes to be a CIO 100 leader.
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We're excited that the NetHope Global Summit will be in Atlanta this Fall!

The NetHope Global Summit 2016 will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. from November 7-11, 2016. Registration for the Summit and the conference hotel will open in early May, and Summit agenda planning will begin soon.

See you in Atlanta!
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Lauren Woodman has made it her goal to spark the tech world’s interest in the NGO community and the developing world. Get insights from this business visionary and CEO of NetHope at Microsoft Envision, April 4-6. http://dyn.ms/3jWC19
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On this World Water Day, millions are still without clean, safe water. Our members continue to work tirelessly to improve conditions. ‪#‎WorldWaterDay‬

To understand more about why clean, safe water leads to better jobs, changing lives, watch this short video from UN Water.

http://www.unwater.org/worldwaterday/about/wwd-trailer/en/
The power of water and jobs - transforming people's lives. Half of all workers on Earth are employed in water-related sectors. Millions of them are unrecognized and unprotected. Better water, better jobs: World Water Day 2016. Concept: Walk This Way Production & illustrations: La Pompadour ...
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Project Reconnect: Re-imagining What's Possible | http://bit.ly/1OZ7iLw
By Sybille Fleischmann, Project Manager. In 2015, more than one million refugees sought protection from war or persecution within German borders. In addition to providing immediate humanitarian assistance, many nonprofits in Germany are pursuing long-term solutions that can help refugees rebuild ...
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Mit Project #Reconnect unterstützt NetHope gemeinsam mit Google,org gemeinnützige Organisationen bei ihrer Arbeit mit Flüchtlingen. Ob für den Spracherwerb, die Arbeitsvermittlung oder den Zugang zu Bildung: wir glauben das Internet spielt eine Schlüsselrolle. Gemeinnützige Organisationen können sich bei Project Reconnect für eine Chromebook Spende bewerben. NetHope beginnt im Februar 2016 mit der Auswertung der Bewerbungen. 

http://reconnect.nethope.org
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When Pearlyn Clark took over as principal at Park Hall Primary and Infant School in rural Jamaica, the literacy rate was "really down." But a new pilot program, called the Jamaica TV White Space project, has transformed the school, and learning opportunities for its students. NetHope is proud to have partnered with Microsoft and USAID on this project! Check out the video to see how we did it!
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NetHope Academy graduates gather for a group photo following their graduation ceremony in Liberia over the weekend. Congratulations!
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We are delighted to announce that Danish Refugee Council, Pro Mujer, HIAS, Deutsche Welthungerhilfe and Medair were voted in as our newest members, bringing our total to 49 NGOs committed to meaningful collaboration and collective impact.
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The new European Data Protection Regulation is setting a higher standard for data protection practices around the world. Find out how, & why it's important for your organization to plan ahead:

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With support from Google.org, NetHope is launching a new initiative for refugees, Project Reconnect, which will donate a total of 25,000 Chromebooks to organizations serving refugees settling in Germany.
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NetHope empowers committed organizations to change the world through thepower of technology. By facilitating collaboration between NetHope’s nonprofitmembers, foundations, and tech sponsors, NetHope is a catalyst for productiveinnovation and problem-solving in humanitarian and conservation work. Since itsfounding in 2001, NetHope has grown to represent 44 international NGOsworking on some of the world’s toughest challenges including poverty andhunger, refugee displacement, human trafficking, gender inequality, andenvironmental protection.
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