The eNGO Challenge Categories
The category focuses on NGOs which empowers people to use video or radio to help communities raise their voice against their problems. For example: if any NGO facilitates people to record video or participate through community radioto pass messages or register complains or highlight women issues.
The category focuses on NGOs which use social media as a tool to get solutions for and from the communities. For example if an NGO usesFacebook, twitter etc. to engage communities or inform them about issuesthey can apply under this category.
The category focuses on NGOs which use mobile phones to drive social change. For example if an NGO uses connectivity through mobile phones , sms, video calling or any other way to engage and empower communities by large are eligible to apply under the category.
This category focuses on NGOs who use ICT & digital media tools for advocacy related work, creating awareness on certain issues and campaigning about programs. For example: using ICT tools such as videos or community radio for human right activities, creating media awareness, propagating adult education or some disease eradication program, etc. However, political or industry/business lobbying is not included in this category.
This category focuses on NGOs who have used ICT and digital media tools for their internal & external communication purpose. NGOs whoexpand their outreach and its activities with respect to organizational mission and vision can apply under this category. For example, using mobile phones to enhance the outreach of their organization and using website to showcase their activities and local content to get networking and support for their NGO.
This category focuses on NGOs who use ICT & digital media tools for improving and enhancing their organizational efficiency and bringing transparency within the organisation. For example using video-conferencing technology to connect with their regional partners or staff capacity building program with ICT tools such as using mobile, tablets and laptops for field survey and transferring regional data to the data center.
This category focuses on NGOs who have used ICT and digital media tools such as e-Commerce tools, mobile phones, online shopping andsocial media tools such as Facebook & Twitter for promoting their business services for the purpose of community benefit. For example, using website or social media networks for the promotion and trading of products for community benefits.
This category focuses on NGOs who use ICT& digital media tools for sustaining themselves. For example using a website or other online tools to showcase the projects in front of donor or funding agencies.