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How Nonprofits Can Use Data to Solve the World’s Problems

Maria Redin

Data collection is not a new idea in the nonprofit sector, but it has mostly been touted as a means of supporting financial accountability and transparency in the past. A recent survey of about 400 nonprofits by the Nonprofit Technology Network found that while 89% of the nonprofits surveyed tracked data about their finances, only 50% consistently tracked data on how their work affected the people it was designed to help. But as in every aspect of life, from the electing of presidents to the rai

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10 people think this is good

  • Dave Koken
  • Geori Berman
  • Creative Visions Foundation
  • Somaly Mam  Foundation
  • Adele Peters
  • End Trafficking
  • Zachary Slobig
  • Bradley Urso
  • Hannah Wasserman

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