Following the calls for Sport and Health, the aim of this new grant is to design a modern web page for a technology organisation.
The report, by Nonprofit Tech for Good in partnership with iWith.org, is a ground-breaking study that aims to discover how NGOs use the Internet to engage donors and new collaborators.
We are looking for our imagineALLTHEPEOPLE.world project, a talented junior programmer aiming to learn Angular4/NodeJS.
The Grant Programme for Sports Organisations Web Projects has been planned to design an identifiable, brand new web for a sports organisation. The programme aims to aid these organisations to take advantage of the potentials of the Internet.
The award consists of an Internet guidance session with a body from the cultural area. A total of 8 organisations put themselves forward for the grant.
There are many issues that NGOs face when it comes to running a successful organization. Besides a lack of funds and issues regarding structural organization, various NGOs end up their campaigning because of the same issue. However, the new .ngo/.ong domain will forever change how NGOs operate.
With the sole purpose of giving advantages to NGOs, we are offering all our beneficiaries the opportunity to promote social projects at an international level.
We have started a new partnership with the international organization Corresponsal de Paz (Peace Correspondent) in Mexico. It is a digital news initiative which dedicates its content to raising visibility about news of peace from all over the world, and we really believe in it.
iWith.org the non-profit promoter of infomartion and communication technologies has become a member of United NPO.
iWith.org is a partner of the Teaming foundation along with Grupo Intercom, Everis, and Banca Cívica. In this article Ramon Bartomeus, Resources Manager of iWith.org explains the current situation with the Teaming project.
An article by Adriana Pérez Pesce published March 20th, 2012 en Noticias Positivas.
Read the full article here.
Esta noticia en español aquí.
iWith.org has joined World Community Grid. In this article Ramon Bartomeus, Resources Manager of iWith.org, explains more about what World Community Grid does and how you can help.
Read the complete article here
For one day, bloggers from all over the world will publish articles about Water. Are you ready to write your blog for October 15th?
From a host of locations around the globe and from many contrasting perspectives, dozens of participants presented us with their visual interpretations of the digital divide.
A few days ago, we published a summary of our speech to the Council of Human Rights which took place at the UN in Geneva. Let's watch the video.
On Thursday, March 11, 2010, the team of Iwith.org visited the United Nations of Geneva to give a speech over web communication tools for NGOs in the context of an event for the Human Rights Council session.
We were in the FORUM DE MicroONGs
The forum was held in the Juan Carlos I Hotel in Barcelona, the 27th, 28th and 29th of November. 50 people assisted full of heart, projects and realities.
Wikihappiness, a non-profit organization dedicated to promote solidary attitudes, was in charge of coordinating and organizing the event, and they did so with the discretion and prudence characteristic in them. The First MicroNGOs’ Forum was a success, and we, in iWith.org
, are very happy to be a part of the birth of this initiative.
The mobile phones that we all use and enjoy, without thinking much about the production process, are full of the mineral coltrane. The number of genocides in the Congo that are related to the recovery of coltrane grow every day. It is a shame worldwide where other ecological tragedies of great magnitude should also be added. Nevertheless, more than thirty businesses, the majority of them Western, continue importing minerals from the Congo, regardless of such tragic politics. Easy equation.
On the 15th of October, for one day, all the bloggers of the world will write about climate change.
Right on schedule, on the 20th of September, the time was up to submit photos to iwith.org's 2009 contest. From different parts of the world and with very different viewpoints, dozens of people sent us their own personal portraits of the digital divide, and these are the pictures selected by the jury. Our thanks go to all who supported the initiative in this way.
Ramón Bartomeus, Resources Manager
, takes part as chairman and speaker within the ICV
Panel, one of our partners. The event seeks to stimulate youth participation in ICT initiatives for development at a south-south level.
Our beneficiary, The Jane Goodall Institute
, invites you to the conferences that Rebeca Atencia and Fernando Turmo are giving about their primate rescue and rehabilitation work in the Republic of the Congo. In addition, there will be a presentation of the Movilízate por la Selva
(Action for the Jungle) campaign.
Water is essential for life. But it has to be in very good condition, otherwise it can transmit diseases. Indeed, in the Aims for the Millennium, approved in 2000
, one of the targets to reach by 2015 was to 'reduce by half the number of people lacking access to safe drinking water'. Fortunately, an American NGO called 'Potters for Peace
' has found an easy way to reach it: the 'Ceramic Water Filter
', a device that makes water safe to drink, a system which filters contaminated water, for very little cost, and which can be made with very simple technology.