NGOsource spoke to four NGOs that are certified in the NGOsource repository and asked each one to reflect on how COVID-19 has changed their work the past year.
Founded in 1969, Rajkot Cancer Society provides quality cancer care and treatment to all patients, regardless of socioeconomic status. In the fall of 2020, Rajkot Cancer Society became certified...
Going through the equivalency determination process supported Privacy International in accessing new significant funding sources.
The funding NUWODU received as a result of the equivalency determination process allowed the organization to build its internal capacity as an organization empowering women and girls experiencing...
Receiving an equivalency determination supported Fern in its work protecting forests and their inhabitants.
The funding that SAMADHAN received after going through the ED process supported its work providing therapeutic services and pre-vocational training to children with special needs.
The equivalency determination ControlaTuGobierno received supported the organization in its work to fight corruption and encourage the construction of an active citizenry.
School-to-School Guinea's equivalency determination helped the organization secure funding for a project focused on preparing young people in Guinea for the job market.
The equivalency determination process enabled Children First Foundation to more easily secure support toward its work of providing life-saving medical treatment for children.
The equivalency determination process helped Enza, which works to improve the lives of South Africa's LGBTI+ community, gain credibility with potential funders.
Receiving ED certification enabled Africa's Voices Foundation to expand on its work amplifying citizens' voices in sub-Saharan Africa.
Receiving an ED from NGOsource allowed the Memory and Tolerance Museum to establish strong strategic alliances with internationally renowned foundations.