Thursday, October 22, 2015

Online University Helps Philanthropic Groups and Their Leaders - PAUL SULLIVAN, NY Times

Gqyatri Ganesh, director of development at the Christian Hospital, a rural hospital in Mungeli, India, says she hopes to get better at tapping into the international network of donors that could help sustain the hospital. Paolo Pagaduan, a project manager with the World Wildlife Fund in the Philippines, says he is trying to learn a new role at the organization. Both have signed up for courses at the new nonprofit group Philanthropy University, started by Amr Al-Dabbagh, a Saudi businessman and philanthropist. Mr. Dabbagh donated several million dollars to see if a learning initiative could improve the lives of 100 million people by 2020.

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