Today, Wednesday, March 16, this is our selection of links that we hope may be of use to you.
OKRs, metrics, KPIs… What are they and how to use them?
This article shows you the different tools you can use to plan and improve your organization’s strategy. Find out what they are and when to use them and start creating your route plan for the next quarter.
Do you do research on educational issues? This donor interests you!
The Spencer Foundation invests in education-focused research projects, research training grants, and field development initiatives. On its website you will be able to find out about its calls for small or large-scale projects. Submit yours!
Cryptocurrencies and fundraising in the War in Ukraine
With the flow of support to Ukraine, a new protagonist has emerged in the world of fundraising. Will cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) be the new way to raise funds? What ethical debates arise? We invite you to read this article from The Chronicle of Philanthropy to learn more about this topic.
Funds for innovation and social impact projects in the Global South
The Global Innovation Fund accepts funding applications for projects from for-profit and non-profit organizations located in developing countries. Find out the terms and present your project. The call is open throughout the year.
This tool breaks down language barriers
Aloud, Google’s brand new tool, allows you to break down language barriers and reach audiences from other countries with its automatic dubbing into several languages. Learn more about this tool and sign up to be one of the first to use it and expand your audience.