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Improving NGO Communication using Social Media

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This presentation was given at WaterAid Nepal in Kathmandu on 26th October 2016. The session was attended by various members of the Association of NGOs in Nepal.

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Improving NGO Communication using Social Media

  1. 1. Improving NGO Communication using Social Media Kathmandu, 26 October 2016 David Girling @socialmedia4D
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  3. 3. Social Media is about building relationships
  4. 4. Social Media is about building relationships Through engagement https://www.flickr.com/photos/cornelii/8467428706 Through engagement
  5. 5. https://www.flickr.com/photos/anykeyh/15607697348/ …and buy them a smartphone
  6. 6. UNDP Nepal developed animated videos to challenge gender stereotypes which were then turned into a game and put on Facebook
  7. 7. Reach a Hand, a small grassroots NGO in Kampala, Uganda have used social, media to educate about HIV. They have used training, hip hop videos and flashmobs in the campaigns.
  8. 8. Action Aid and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation used social media in 7 countries in a project to empower 5,800 young urban women. Facebook and WhatsApp groups were used to enable conversations around issues of health and human rights
  9. 9. Everyday Africa is a collection of mobile phone photography which combats the stereotypes and clichés that depict Africa as a place of poverty, disease and war.
  10. 10. Video and virtual reality are being used more and more in development communications.
  11. 11. David Girling @socialmedia4D David Girling @socialmedia4D

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