Kidasha in the press

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Over the past few months, Kidasha has been featured a number of times in the press, discussing our work and the role of modern charities.

Firstly, it was great to see the news of our UKAID grant publicised in Charity Today last month. The piece details the ways the grant will support our 2.5 year project, which aims to improve the health and wellbeing of some of the most marginalised adolescents living in urban poverty in Pokhara. These young people traditionally lie beyond the reach of traditional services and support, but we are very confident that with DFID’s support, we will significantly change this. The start- up phase of the project is almost complete and will be sure to keep you updated as things progress. 

Going back slightly further, our thoughts on the charity sector’s use of digital have also been covered by the press. Last month our CEO Janice Miller wrote an article for Charity Digital News on the ways small charities can embrace digital tools ethically. With the rising number of digital tools and programmes now on offer, it can be overwhelming for small charities when deciding which route to take. Especially in a tricky post-GDPR world. Instead, Janice advises on finding the right balance to enhance your charity’s reach and avoid pressures to digitise in ways that aren’t right for you or your charity. You can read her piece in full here.

Finally, back in September, our Trustee Marco Rimini shared his thoughts on being a charity trustee with Third Sector. Marco explained how trustees can add value and can use their outside perspective and expertise to help charities navigate modern challenges. You can read Marco’s article here.

As a small charity, it is wonderful to see our work and reflections shared in publications of all sizes. To keep updated with our latest coverage and updates makes sure you follow us on TwitterFacebookLinkedIn and Instagram.