iamcitizen.africa An Introduction


English Demo Video

Posted by Ayanda Khuzwayo on 13 August 2018 10:20 AM SAST
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When we think of ecosystems for non-profits like yours, we think about all your stakeholders including DFIs, member organisations, important and influential individuals, government agencies and others.

Online communities are imperative today to build strong connected ecosystems and through iamcitizen.africa, we will help you build yours. The Africa Disability Alliance has started building their ecosystem and they believe this is key to sustainability for organisations like yours.

For just $75 per month, your organisation receives a custom branded profile with a host of collaboration tools and unlimited public and private groups.

Online communities are becoming an imperative for NPOs.

DFIs and supporting government agencies like to see operational effectiveness in real time.

When crisis hits, there is a ready online community to approach for support. A crisis could, for example, be about an urgent and unplanned funding requirement, or about publicity and reputation management. Organisations with strong accessible communities overcome these hurdles with more ease.

The Africa Disability Alliance has pioneered the way in building an online ecosystem and now your organisation is invited to join. 

You receive a customised profile with digital collaboration tools a that not only allow for ecosystem building but also for reporting, knowledge management and more.

Organisations receive unlimited group profiles which you can select to be either public or private and where you can manage key projects and programs.

Tools such as document, photo and video sharing create powerful knowledge repositories while project planning and issues management ensure that key programs are run efficiently. 

We look forward to seeing you on iamcitizen.africa soon.

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