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...
The Information Group on Reproductive Choice (GIRE) dedicates itself to achieving a cultural transformation in Mexico through the demand for reproductive justice as a human right.
Since its founding in 2006, NGOsource’s Brazil-based partner's core focus has been to promote digital inclusion in Brazil.
India-based nonprofit Villgro employs game-changing technologies with funding facilitated by NGOsource equivalency determinations.
The oldest international women's fund, Mama Cash first completed the equivalency determination process with NGOsource in 2014 - since then, four additional grantmakers have requested their own EDs...
TechSoup’s global partner, the Hong Kong Council for Social Service, supports NGOs with equivalency determinations (EDs) and has a tremendous impact on civil society in Hong Kong.
The Simone de Beauvoir Leadership Institute is a trailblazer on gender equality issues in Mexico.
Semillas (Sociedad Mexicana Pro Derechos de la Mujer) believes that the leadership of grassroots women in local development is essential to achieving lasting social change
Quality education provided during times of conflict and disaster provide a sense of normalcy, resiliency, and hope for the future.
Persons with disabilities have historically found themselves with limited access to advanced educational opportunities but now the International Disability Alliance is working to change this ...