The ed-tech nonprofit inBloom, backed by the Gates Foundation and Carnegie Corporation, has come to a controversial end. What can we learn from this?
Author: Anh Ton
There were two big announcements in Indonesian and Chinese philanthropy very recently. Is Bill Gates to thank?
Donors want reporting and evaluation metrics, but they’re often not willing to fund costs related to gathering and analyzing data. What does that mean for nonprofits?
Developing countries top the list of remittance receivers, but France and Germany are up there as well.
Here are five inferences about Asian philanthropists from the 2014 BNP Baripas Individual Philanthropy Index.
There’s a new green economy underway in Sabah, Malaysia. It’s going to focus on inclusive growth and sustainable development–and it’s being led by women.
The Tahir Foundation, the Gates Foundation, and 8 other Indonesian philanthropists have committed to providing millions to the Indonesia Health Fund over the next five years.
Everyone’s talking about collaboration, and no where is it more needed than in the nonprofit sector, where organizations are often stretched to their limits in personnel and funding. This collaboration tool may help solve that.
Thanks to a new direct registration process, the number of Chinese NGOs has swelled to over 500,000. But there is still much more the government can do to ease the burdens of operations for local nonprofits.
The giving traditions practiced by many immigrants and communities of color are helping to democratize philanthropy in the U.S. To that we say, hurrah!