SolvePoverty launches Social Outsourcing community. You can now outsource work to a Telecentre with a Social Mission.
Social outsourcing means “IT outsourcing with a human face; with a social conscience and a development agenda”. You can now outsource jobs that can be performed remotely such as website creation, link building, article submissions, Blogs. data entry, programming, virtual assistants and many other online tasks.
You can connect with a non-profit social enterprise like Digital Divide Data (DDD) in Cambodia and outsource your data entry and digitization work. DDD are a non-profit social venture that uses technology to improve lives of some of the world’s least developed nations. They are breaking new ground by bringing well-paid technology jobs to countries where they didn’t previously exist and to groups who struggle just to survive.
When you outsource your SEO to DDD you have the satisfaction of knowing that 100% of your fee goes towards helping employ disadvantaged youth from their communities.
To search for other social outsourcing services use the Find A Provider search feature.
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Youth Social Enterprise Initiative (YSEI) is pleased to announce its Asia 2009 Start-up Stage fellows who will receive USD75,000 start-up funding. More details..
The five young social entrepreneurs who have been selected from the YSEI Asia 2009 programme have showed great commitment towards realising their business idea. In addition, Cyril Devan from Malaysia, Stephanie Caragos and Khristine Lopez, both from the Philippines, Ajay Shakya from India, and Thailand’s Patipat Susumpow have successfully demonstrated competence in building viable social enterprises through their participation in YSEI which is a GKP Global Partnership Programme.