Uganda is home to roughly 33 million people and there are an estimated 2.5 million orphans. Over 50% of Uganda’s population is under the age of 15, making it one of the youngest countries in the world. The Ugandan government continuously struggles to provide adequate care and education for the orphaned and disadvantaged children of Uganda, which is what makes community-based projects so important. The Kikulu Foundation supports education in rural Uganda for 140 children through primary and secondary school scholarships and provides books, materials, and resources to our partner orphanage and partner primary school. The solar-powered LuminAID lights donated through our partnership with LuminAID will provide a child in Uganda with a safe, sustainable and portable source of light for nighttime safety and study.
To learn more about The Kikulu Foundation, please visit www.kikulu.org or facebook.com/kikulu
In addition to making their software tools free or low-cost for nonprofits, many companies are also publishing guides on how to effectively transition to remote work and collaborate while staying home. If you're leading your nonprofit through a transition like this, we wanted to put together some resources that will help you see what others have done, and understand best practices for your organization's security, productivity, and communications to stakeholders.
With many nonprofits shifting to remote work abruptly due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, we've prioritized adding new remote work options and tools to the resources we share. As you review the software below, note that there may be different levels of discounts for nonprofits impacted by COVID-19 versus nonprofits actively working on a cure or frontline healthcare for COVID-19. Do you know about a resource we should add to this list? You can submi...