Meet 600 NGOS From Across 7 South Asian Countries

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Innovations range within the area of: – Communication & Outreach, Social Commerce, Advocacy, Organizational Efficiency, Sustainable Development, Best Practices Of Mobile Usage, Best Practice Of Social Media Usage, Best Practice Of Radio & Video Usage

We would like to share with you that we are hosting the 3rd eNGO Challenge Award on November 05th, at India Habitat Center in Delhi from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM followed by dinner. More than 100 NGOs will be demonstrated and select will be awarded. Many NGOs are congregating to share their innovations that have been changing the society and would change even more if we all encourage them, support them, and collaborate with them. Please do find time to attend, participate and energize the valuable gathering of innovative practices. You may register here: http://www.engochallenge.org/engo-challenge-south-asia-2014-registration-form/

1. Details of what’s happening is available at: http://www.engochallenge.org
2. 600 + NGOs participation
3. Participation from 7-8 Countries
4. 80+ Exhibitors giving LIVE demos of their innovations in 10 dedicated Pavilions

5. High power inauguration followed by 8 parallel interactive sessions covering areas of CSR and Crowd funding, Social Media for Non-Profit, NGO partnership and Digital Inclusion, Communication & Outreach, Social Commerce, Advocacy, Organizational Efficiency, Sustainable Development, Best Practices Of Mobile Usage, Best Practice Of Social Media Usage, Best Practice Of Radio & Video Usage.

Brief about the Award

The eNGO Challenge aspires to create an ecosystem of NGOs who are using Information Communication Technology (ICT) and digital media tools for good governance and practices benefiting societies and communities at large. The Challenge seeks to recognize, salute and honour NGOs using these mechanisms. The eNGO Challenge is a joint initiative of Public Interest Registry (PIR) and Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF).

The Objectives Of The ENGO Challenge Includes:

To promote and encourage best ICT practices by NGOs for community development;

To create an ecosystem of NGOs who uses ICTs and digital media for good governance practice for community serving purpose ;

To create and build a network of NGOs into innovative ICT practices for learning, experience sharing and promote good practices;

To encourage bottom up NGO led local content development and population, information and community work experiences on ICT platforms through the web especially for wider access and partnership;

To advocate the wider need for good ICT practice among NGOs as the third sector working partner hand in hand with the public and the private sectors.

This year we received 307 nominations across 8 categories. Out of which, 102 were valid nominations. The virtual Jury members managed to filter 102 valid entries to 70 for the final evaluation by the grand jury. A panel of 8 jury members looked into the filtered nominations. The jury panel has selected 49+ finalists and winners who will be awarded and felicitated on November 05th, 2014.

For further enquiries
Please Contact

Lucky Tamang
Ph: +91-9582200857
Email: [email protected]

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