Digital news consumption is high and growing in the Middle East, with more than half of the Arab nationals choosing the internet as their main source of news and more than two-thirds relying on their smartphones for news updates.
There aren’t many secrets among friends. At least not between DonorsChoose.org, Kiva, and GlobalGiving. For nearly half a decade, my GlobalGiving colleagues and I have been sharing intel with these peers (and a few others) via monthly phone calls and occasional meet-ups. Because we’re all working to improve our giving communities, nearly every strategy and tactic is open for discussion. Especially when it comes to donor engagement and retention.
The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), a leading international initiative for innovation and collaboration in education, has named six winning projects of the 2017 WISE Awards, designed to recognize and promote innovative education initiatives around the world.
A quick tap of my card and I’ve given Macmillan Cancer £10. It beats trying to avoid eye contact every lunch hour with a “charity mugger” or chugger.
In today’s fast-paced world, although we may hate to admit it, not many people have time to chat or reel off card details to a stranger for 10 minutes.
And figures show that while cash is still very widely used, people are increasingly turning to “tap and go”.
A Different Story from the Middle East: Entrepreneurs Building an Arab Tech Economy
US scientists have gathered a global picture from people’s mobile phones to see how active we really all are.
A recent study by Stanford University analyzed 68 million days’ worth of minute-by-minute data showed the average number of daily steps was 4,961 globally.
النتائج المثيرة التي أصدار بيرسون- مارستيلر في استطلاع رأي الشباب العربي2017
Interesting findings by ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller in their annual Arab Youth Survey 2017
UNICEF launches interactive glimpse into Syrian children’s struggle for education
#ImagineaSchool video and photos released as discussions on humanitarian aid for Syria start