You might not know much about using Bitcoin, but Alison Rabe & Steven Worley explain how it could be a gamechanger for NGOs and people in developing countries. P.S. It's more than just a currency.
Can the private sector help NGOs do their job better? Through some personal anecdotes, Michael Keller shares the absurdity of bureaucracy and innovation in the aid sector - and introduces a new company that’s trying to change it.
In evaluating the use of d.lights in Timor-Leste, Chris Shepherd switches from survey mode to participant observation mode, establishes a new qualitative research method, and narrowly avoids encounters with ninjas while conducting his research.
There are often tensions between local and international NGOs. Using their online competition to celebrate Palestinian philanthropy as a case study, Nora Lester Murad of Dalia Association and Renee Black of PeaceGeeks reflect on how NGOs and INGOs can work well together.
A debate between Brendan and Weh. The premise: Technology is changing human relationships and development for the worse.