This year, we’ve been glued to television coverage of wildfires, devastating hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters both here in the U.S. and around the world. We’ve seen the destruction and some of us have even – perhaps – been closely tied to those affected.
In the new – and important – age of data security, data consent and data privacy, one factor has become more clear than ever before: if there’s no consent, complying with new regulations is likely lacking.
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International aid and development groups and organizations play a critically important role in bridging the gap between developing and developed societies and people groups, filling in where “official” programs and economies fall short. They provide life-sustaining resources to those who need them most. Put simply, their missions are absolutely essential for so many individuals and families around the world.
As an international aid and development organization, the struggles with working in multiple communities and nations, with various customs and language needs, often leads to a data collection struggle.
International Aid and Development groups that provide external development assistance to aid in the reconstruction (or initial building) of a given area or country’s institution know that the effects go far beyond the physical structures that are rebuilt or constructed.
As an international aid and development organization, your mission may vary greatly from your profit-focused counterparts. Instead of salaries, product development and sales, your mission – and success – is defined and measured by the aid and support you’re able to provide to various causes and regions of the world.