Nonprofit Tech Innovation with Camfed
Camfed, an international non-profit organisation, supports marginalised girls in sub-Saharan Africa to go to school, succeed, and lead. Since 1993, more than 3.5 million children in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, Tanzania and Malawi have benefitted. And with the holistic programme insight provided by Salesforce, Camfed hopes to galvanise communities and donors to reach even more children, in much less time.
Join us on Thursday 6th August to hear from Camfed, as they showcase how they are using Salesforce Technology across their entire organisation; from monitoring and evaluation, to partner network management and also donor engagement and fundraising management.
“What started as a programme database has evolved into a platform that supports almost every aspect of our organisation,” says Daniel Probert, Head of IT Innovation at Camfed.
During the webinar you’ll learn how Camfed is using Salesforce to:
- Track girls progression from school to leadership and throughout all programmes.
- Capture vital information in near real-time with Mobile Technology.
- Measure impact across their network using data that’s immediately accessible from an easy to read dashboard and scheduled reports.
- Automate processes so their team can focus on priority tasks.
We’re excited to welcome Daniel Probert, Head of IT Innovation at Camfed who will be presenting Camfed’s journey with Salesforce. He’ll also show you a Camfed demo org where you’ll get the chance to look inside Camfed’s day-to-day working interface on Salesforce.
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