Jim Fruchterman and Dave Neary discuss how a non-profit start-up from Silicon Valley has been using technology to empower communities for social good
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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.
Predicting the future of technology for people with visual impairments is easier than you might think.
The world had big challenges—even before a global pandemic arrived…
To listen to an interesting discussion with Christina Noren, head over to The Software Agents Podcast – Episode 8: TechMatters – Jim Fruchterman, CEO – The Intentional Nonprofit.
We look at social purpose organisations that are experimenting or transitioning to new ways of working, and we find out what their journeys have taught them about sustainable inclusive systems.
I have frequently heard about the life changing effects of meditation from enthusiasts. It often comes across with religious fervor and intensity.
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