Each NGO has a unique mission and is driven by a different vision. From striving for food security for all, to advocacy for the voiceless, to the care and protection of the most vulnerable, these are the stories of how our partnerships are helping our NGO partners move closer to their mission:
Biocon foundation, India
Biocon Foundation, based in Bengaluru, India is engaged in providing sustainable solutions to address the many complex developmental challenges in India. Started in 2004, Biocon Foundation is focused on four key thematic areas of intervention; healthcare, education, environmental sustainability and rural development.
The Haven Partnership, Ireland
Haiti is among the poorest nations in the western hemisphere, with the 2014 poverty rate (as reported by the United Nations Development Program) at 58.6% and nearly a quarter of the entire population considered to be living in abject poverty. Haven Partnership, an Irish non-governmental organization, is committed to battling the situation in Haiti with a focus on three core areas: water and sanitation, training and education, and shelter.
Bal Suraksha Abhiyan, West Bengal, India
Child Protection Workers of Bal Suraksha Abhiyan (BSA) Trust, work with vigilance committees and local schools in different villages. BSA caseworkers need to continuously communicate and collaborate with local communities to identify potential child labor violations, child abuse situations and missing or runaway children.
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Shishu Mandir, Bangalore, India
For over 30 years, Shishu Mandir has been working towards creating a generation of children who are not bound by the circumstances they were born into. Founded by Hella Mundhra in 1983 as a children's home, Shishu Mandir today offers a comprehensive support system with a free school, vocational training, and higher education.
Old Skool Cafe, San Francisco, USA
Old Skool Cafe is a small organization with two caseworkers who provide coaching and mentoring support for young people in the program. With limited resources and limited size, Old Skool was forced to use a paper based system to capture details regarding the youth that they were serving and documentation such as surveys and consent forms.
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Freedom FWD, San Francisco, USA
Freedom FWD, an NGO working to make San Francisco a model city for preventing sex trafficking and supporting survivors, needed to leverage technology and develop new tools, resources, and delivery channels for youth and caregivers. To solve this challenge, Freedom FWD partnered with Diona to implement a mobile technology solution.