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Five Ways to Improve Efficiency and Streamline Processes at Your NGO

Posted by GVT Admin on Nov 21, 2022 10:45:00 AM

As of right now, there are approximately ten million non-government organizations (NGOs) around the world. Catering to millions of people in need across various regions, humanitarian services have played an important role throughout history.

Whether it’s global catastrophes that require immediate action or welfare programs that help feed those in need, human services are a necessary part of how modern societies function.

But in recent years, it has become tough for NGOs and NPOs to effectively run their operations without getting hindered by financial, geographical, and workforce challenges. This is where technology comes into play; it can help NGOs streamline their processes and improve efficiency to continue doing good work.

In this blog today, we’ll look at some of the ways non-profits can improve their efficiency by streamlining their day-to-day operations. But first, let’s discuss the benefits of doing so.

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Topics: case management software, digital transformation, nonprofit management

Why Nonprofits Should Digitize Their Operations

Posted by Kim Hickman on Nov 10, 2022 10:45:00 AM

The United States has over 1.5 million non-profit organizations and a vast human services network. From child and family services to juvenile justice, veteran services, senior services, and mental health services, the United States has a plethora of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to the betterment of humanity.
In recent years, as more caseworkers used technology to better serve their communities, digitization has grown in popularity among non-profits. If your NGO has yet to implement digital tools, read on to learn about the benefits of digitizing your operations.

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Topics: digital transformation, nonprofit management

One Front Door

Posted by GVT Admin on Oct 26, 2022 10:45:00 AM

In the beginning, pioneering social workers responded to the most critical and immediate needs of the destitute, the homeless, and orphans. But as the 20th century wore on social services recognized a more nuanced and complex catalogue of vulnerabilities. Social workers, aid organizations, government agencies, and communities began to support people presenting a complexity of needs like poverty brought on by addiction and child abuse resulting from mental illness or homeless juvenile offenders fighting to escape the drug culture they were raised in.

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Topics: social workers, digital transformation, what social workers do

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