Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children announced that Tech Matters is one of 14 organizations awarded global funding
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Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children is awarding $750,000 to support the development of Aselo, Tech Matters’ open source contact center platform
Our latest releases include multiple aspects of what we consider good product and software development practice: listening to customers, making use of available tools, and avoiding future retrofits
Children are among the most vulnerable members of our society, too often bearing the brunt of poverty, abuse and social disruption. Out of necessity, hundreds of child helplines are on the front lines as dedicated responders to support children in crisis. Operating in...
A Silicon Valley Engineer Looks to Scale Tech Solutions for the Nonprofit Sector – Inside Philanthropy, April 22, 2020
Silicon Valley engineer and social entrepreneur Jim Fruchterman has launched a new organization
The three main topics covered are building the #TechforGood field and two major new systems change tech platform efforts: the Child Helpline International shared contact center and the 1000 Landscape for 1 Billion People initiative.