The main objectives of this association are to disemminate scientific knowledge of marine studies, to communicate the value that oceans have in the regulation of the climate, and, consequently, the great importance of caring for them. The association also intends on organizing specialized training courses on subjects Mariners, spreading awareness of the negative anthropic actions for the oceans, as well as coming up with possible preventative and corrective actions, working on the historical memory of the marine sciences and the relationship of mankind with the oceans while promoting gender equality, and overall enhancing inclusive and ethical work.
In an increasingly globalized world, where the religious landscape is constantly evolving, discussing the right of the child to self-determination in religious beliefs and the extent of the role of the parents and caregivers in guiding them has become an urgent issue.
Several religious leaders and representatives from Permanent Missions to the United Nations Office in Geneva and faith-inspired organizations gathered at a conference titled Promoting Peace Together on May 21, 2019, to reflect on the importance of education for peace and interfaith dialogue.
From iWith.org we want to share the last report of 2018 that the Nonprofit Tech for Good organization publishes annually for 4 years.
72% of NGOs accept donations on their web portal and 33% use a personal online fundraising service.
Today, 93% of the world's NGOs have a Facebook page, 77% on Twitter, 56% on LinkedIn and 50% on Instagram. 71% of NGOs agree that social networks are effective for raising funds online and 25% of donors say that social networks are the communication tool that inspires them the most to give.
Today, the main mobile applications in the world are social networks and messaging applications, specifically, WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger and Instagram. Although today only 18% of NGOs use messaging applications to communicate with donors and collaborators.
Today, 45% of NGOs use a CRM to track donations and manage communications with donors and collaborators. Of this percentage, 64% use a CRM based on the cloud.
We encourage you to participate in the 2019 survey and therefore, from iWith.org we will inform you!