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first_img ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on April 26, 2010June 21, 2017By: Raji Mohanam, Knowledge Management Specialist, MHTFClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)I recently attended the NTEN Annual Conference (April 8-10) in Atlanta, Georgia. NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) is an organization that helps nonprofits navigate the high-speed, constantly-changing landscape that defines the world of technology today.I was among 1400 participants comprised of both tech gurus as well as the tech-challenged. However, the mind-boggling array of workshops and sessions ensured everyone learned something new.The big take-away for me was the simple fact that there are just so many wonderful tech tools and applications out there, especially for social media, that can truly make a difference in our work. However, many of us in the nonprofit sector—with our limited time and resources—often miss the chance to effectively apply these technologies. So, I am going to do my little part for those of us working tirelessly toward MDG 5 and shed some light on a few nifty tools and tricks. I’ll be sharing these tidbits with you over the course of the next few months in a series of posts entitled “What has technology done for you lately?”. Here are a few to kick things off:• By now, most of us use Google Analytics to track metrics on our websites, right? We also all have a Facebook Fan Page set up. But Google Analytics for Facebook Fan Pages? Wow! Learn how you can track metrics on your FB page here!• Many of us have realized the impact and power of using maps/GIS on our websites. There is nothing more appealing to your audience than a visual representation of your program activities on a map, especially the interactive kind. Yet, depending on what needs to be mapped it can be tedious and expensive depending on software and staff time required—even when using open-source tools (take it from me!). So, some of you might want to consider using this cool site. PolicyMap is highly rated by nonprofits and have paid and free versions of their GIS tools. They can also create maps for you when you provide them with raw data. Talk about a time-saver!• Does your program strategy have a mobile phone component? If it does, you are definitely headed in the right direction. For the rest of us, let’s get on board! With cell phone subscriptions expected to reach and surpass 5 billion this year, it is no wonder that global health programs are increasingly using the medium to deliver their messages. It is a relatively economical investment, easy to implement, and fast. If you have done your research and think you are ready to start a mobile campaign (even on a trial basis), here is one resource to help you begin.We’ll definitely be exploring some of these things here at the MHTF this year and hope that you will too. If you do, please give us your feedback. We would also love to hear your top technology tips as well. What makes your organization innovative?Share this:last_img

first_imgPosted on September 29, 2014November 2, 2016By: Katie Millar, Technical Writer, Women and Health Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)In a landmark decision, the World Bank, the United States, and governments of Canada and Norway announced at the 69th UN General Assembly their efforts to establish a new funding mechanism—the Global Financing Facility (GFF)—to support not only the acceleration needed to achieve MDG 4 and 5, but also a more long-term vision through 2030 to end preventable maternal and child deaths.Dr. Ana Langer, Director of the Maternal Health Task Force at the Harvard School of Public Health welcomes this fund and its strategy. “The focus on both maternal, child and reproductive health for women and girls and 2030 as a finish line is most welcome as it reflects both a life cycle approach and proves consistent with the new set of goals that the global maternal and newborn health community has proposed post-2015,” said Dr. Langer.In addition, the establishment of this fund is a concrete action made by the global community to break down silos between initiatives and donors. This fund is collaborative by engaging a variety of stakeholders—from United Nations agencies to the private sector and domestic agencies—and integrates progress for both the MDGs and sustainable development goals.“The Global Financing Facility provides much needed support to the collective efforts of the maternal, newborn, child and reproductive health global and national communities to significantly advance the unfinished agenda that still affects millions of girls, women and children around the world,” said Dr. Langer as she reacted to the announcement.Dr. Langer also emphasized the importance of the strategic approach taken by GFF to accelerate progress in countries that are falling short of their MDGs. “The GFF will focus on the most vulnerable countries having the potential, therefore, to reduce the unacceptable disparities that currently exist between countries and population groups,” said Dr. Langer.The GFF is not only for financing health initiatives, but will also aid developing countries to grow their economies from low- to middle-income and transition to long-term sustainable domestic financing.Lastly, “the GFF emphasizes health information systems, an incredibly critical but weak area in most low- and middle-income countries. Having reliable and timely information will allow us to identify priorities, track progress, and improve accountability,” said Dr. Langer.The jumpstart to this fund comes with a pledge of $400 million from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), $600 million from Norway, and $200 million from Canada. These resources will work jointly with public-private partnerships and low-interest loans and grants through the World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA). The combination of these resources is up to $4 billion and it is anticipated that this momentum will also mobilize additional funds from other donors, both domestic and international funds, and the private sector.Countries and key partners are now consulting as they make plans for the design and implementation of GFF. The fund is expected to be fully functional in 2015.Original news story: Development Partners Support the Creation of Global Financing Facility to Advance Women’s and Children’s HealthShare this: ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read:last_img

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