NAMA Talk : Improving Your Work Setup: Some Tips and Tools for NGOs

By Nama Foundation

COUNTRY

Online and Malaysia

Date & time

03 May 2021

3:00pm

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03 May 2021

4:30pm

About this event


The world is facing an unprecedented challenge with communities and economies everywhere affected by the growing COVID-19 pandemic. It has changed the way we work, the way we talk and even the way we play. NGOs are competing for a smaller pie as the businesses and funders are tightening their belts. NGOs need to be more creative and innovative to survive these uncertainties.

This session will highlight on how technology can improve your work, be it from office, onsite or from home. The speaker will share how NGOs can have access to donated and heavily-discounted software and technology solutions from technology companies like Microsoft, Google and Amazon. These solutions and services can be used to support daily operations, fund-raising and community engagement. He will also share practical tips and tools for participants to take home.

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Register in advance for this webinar:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4rdJK9tiSdao8vxNIM7iNQ

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Webinar Speakers

Jed Adao (Program Manager @TechSoup)

Jed Adao has close to a decade’s experience in the unique sector that blends technology and NGOs. As Program Manager for TechSoup, an international NGO based in San Francisco, he coordinates with strategic partners across Asia-Pacific as well as manages a team in Manila, Philippines to looks after the tech needs of thousands of NGOs within the region. Through TechSoup, Jed works to help NGOs access technology donations, while also developing & delivering capacity development programs together with leading tech organizations such as Microsoft, Google, Amazon, NetSuite, and more

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