Social Safety Net
What’s so scary about smart girls?
When terrorists in Nigeria organized a secret attack last month, they didn’t target an army barracks, a police department or a drone base. No, Boko Haram militants attacked what is even scarier to a fanatic: a girls’ school.
Empowering African youth through education
Angeline Murimirwa, CEO of CAMFED, is helping girls across the continent gain equal access to education. Humphrey Nabimanya is educating the youth about sexual and reproductive health through his organization, Reach a Hand Uganda.
Philanthropic communities join hands to help migrants
India’s leading philanthropists have come together to introduce the Migrants Resilience Collaborative (MRC) committed to ensuring safety, security and mobility for vulnerable migrant families across India.
How to build long-term resilience
After a year of no income and mounting debts, tens of thousands of migrant workers in India had just returned to cities to seek work when COVID-19’s second wave hit. It was a crisis on top of a crisis, says Sumit Singh, former communications manager at Jan Sahas.
Put some Audacity into your giving season!
Give boldly by supporting the work of Audacious grantees making a big impact.
When schools closed their doors, Educate Girls brought school to the girl.
Team Balika, Educate Girls' volunteer outreach team is enrolling girls in school (and keeping them there).
What’s the best way to help extremely poor people? After 20 years, the evidence is in.
Is it really useful to “teach a person to fish” or should you just give them the damn fish already?
Code For America
Code for America Is Making Public Benefits More Accessible
The tech nonprofit reduced the online application time for Minnesotans.
World Central Kitchen
Feeding Essential Workers, and Putting Restaurants Back to Work
Frontline Foods is working with World Central Kitchen, a global nonprofit organization that is delivering fresh meals to essential workers and others in need.
World Central Kitchen
Bay Area effort to help restaurants feed hospital workers partners with Jose Andres’ World Central Kitchen
An effort I’ve been following in the Bay Area to deliver meals to front-line hospital clinicians dealing with the results of COVID-19 is announcing a big new partnership today that should give it a national stage. Frontline Foods is partnering up with World Central Kitchen to scale up its ad-hoc efforts across the US.
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