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Are you fundraising for Africa? Read this!

Wild Woman Fundraising

I am so excited to present to you my interview with Charlotte Beauvoisin, who writes Diary of a Munzungu , a UK citizen working in Uganda. Tricks?

Effectively Communicating What Your Cause Really Does

Cause Related Marketing

I’d be surprised to learn that all the featured health workers write English, although in Malawi English is one of the official languages.

Why the only thing to fear is fear itself.


A couple of years back, the party was in Malawi, where three attempts to dig a well had all failed. I think nonprofits need to be more real.

Telling the Story of Change


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WaterAid’s The Big Dig Appeal brings supporters closer through Instagram liveblogging world first

Giving in a Digital World

The Big Dig (#thebigdig) aims to raise the £1.2m As I did with this photo of the scoop hole at Bokola. And one last thought.

Fabulous Example of Facebook Engagement from COTN

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

In Malawi, Chikondi printed the messages with blank space underneath where the students wrote replies. malaria) versus here (e.g. Did this work?

The Art of Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

Today I profile two cause marketing efforts that use art as a vehicle to fundraise on behalf of two different nonprofits. For that matter $20 is too.

Social Marketing: A Six Volume Series

Social Marketing and Social Change

Reduction of Childhood Malaria by Social Marketing of Insecticide-Treated Nets: A Case-Control Study of Effectiveness in Malawi - Don Mathanga et al.

Your supporter is a participant, not an audience

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Visitors have the opportunity to ‘join’ one of ten real Malawi villages on the site and track its progress. They want to talk. They want to act.

Social Models for Marketing: Social Networks

Social Marketing and Social Change

Sexual network structure and the spread of HIV in Africa: evidence from Likoma Island, Malawi, AIDS , 21: 2323–2332. Over the past decade there has been a dramatic shift in the emphasis of determinants of health and social behaviors from individuals to networks and communities. What are the insights we can gain from this perspective? 2007).