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Software really matters. What an organization uses can be critical in meeting mission goals.
This fireside chat with Jim Fruchterman and Dr. Nithya Ramanathan was moderated by Devex Senior Editor Amruta Byatnal.
Principles regarding ownership, privacy, sharing, consent and appropriate use of data as guideposts for decolonizing data
Nonprofits Are at Risk of Cyberattacks. Here’s What You Need to Know – The Chronicle of Philanthropy, January 11, 2022
Customized software systems that many charities use are more likely to be vulnerable to cyberattacks.
The Browser’s Baiqu Gonkar interviews Jim Fruchterman about his career trajectory from the for-profit sector to the social sector
We need systems-level change to meet the SDGs as traditional approaches and solutions are too expensive or have failed.
Chilufya Adondo, a counselor at Childline Zambia, used to take notes from incoming calls on paper. The telephone counseling and guidance service takes calls from children on issues ranging from violence against children to HIV/AIDS to unintended pregnancies.
Voice of Change: In conversation with Jim Fruchterman on Human Rights Day with Students at the University of Delhi, podcast, December 10, 2020
There is tremendous opportunity for social activists advocating for human rights to use data and software to make change.