Dr. Ana Pantelic has spent much of her career leading social programs designed to help lift people out of poverty. Here, we focus on Ana’s past work at Fundación Capital.
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ChildLine Zambia became the first helpline to adopt Aselo at their operations center in February 2021. Counselors now use Aselo to manage cases reported via phone calls to the 116 toll-free number and provide counseling services via WhatsApp, Facebook, and Webchat.
Tech Matters is delighted to announce that it has joined the WePROTECT Global Alliance, a global coalition committed to ending online child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Nithya Ramanathan, co-founder and CEO of Nexleaf, designed the “Decolonize Data” session, which was hosted at this year’s Skoll World Forum.
After over a year of collaboration with Child Helpline International (CHI) and child helplines in Zambia and South Africa, Tech Matters is officially launching its first social enterprise: Aselo.
As you’d expect from any tech org that expanded rapidly in 2020, our team is entirely remote. We now have project and product managers in every time zone of the United States.
Michael Sani is a young but highly accomplished social entrepreneur who has mastered the modern social media toolkit to drive social change rather than profits.
Imagine if we could help communities understand what business as usual will mean for them in twenty years. What would happen if the status quo for a given community and existing economic and climate trends simply continue? And then imagine if we could help them think...
The End Violence Fund 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