How You Can Leverage Ephemeral Content

Ephemeral content has become an important tool for improving nonprofit communications in 2020. Exemplified by Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram Stories, ephemeral content includes photos and videos that are available for only a short time. While most social media timeline posts exist forever, Stories are set to disappear in 24 hours. Even channels like Twitter and …

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3 Major Reasons to Host a Peer-to-Peer Fundraiser

Peer-to-peer fundraising (also known as social, P2P, or DIY fundraising) is an effective way to raise money for any cause. With this type of campaign, you enlist dedicated supporters to fundraise on your behalf.  Typically, you equip each participant with a custom-built personal fundraising page, which they then share with their family and friends. The …

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WHO guideline on ensuring balanced national policies for access and safe use of controlled medicines

In June 2019, WHO announced the revision of two pain management guidelines. A full web statement on this revision can be found here. This page is dedicated to the revision of the document “Ensuring balance in national policies on controlled substances: Guidance for availability and accessibility of controlled medicines (2011).” This guideline is being revised in …

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Updated WHO Information Note: Ensuring continuity of TB services during the COVID-19 pandemic

As the world comes together to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to ensure that essential health services and operations are continued to protect the lives of people with TB and other diseases or health conditions. Health services, including national programmes to combat TB, need to be actively engaged in ensuring an effective and …

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