What This Giant Software Company Is Doing to Advance Global Health

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What This Giant Software Company Is Doing to Advance Global Health

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Thursday, October 9, 2014 - 2:35pm

CAMPAIGN: SAP Corporate Social Responsibility

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The relationship between SAP, the European software giant, and the Global Fund goes back a few years, with SAP putting up $4 million to advance the fund's mission of fighting diseases.

If you don't know the Global Fund, it's a big operation, disbursing close to $4 billion last year toward the prevention and treatment of AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. There’s no doubt that money like that goes a long way, but the inevitable and enduring question that all NGOs ask themselves at one point or another is “Are we making an impact?”

Even if you can see your money saving lives, you have to wonder: "Could we be saving even more lives?"

Tracking and measuring the effect of funds giving out by huge NGOs like the Global Fund is especially complicated. But, as it happens, this kind of challenge of is something that SAP knows well. 

>>Continue reading the original article about SAP and the Global Fund on Inside Philanthropy.

Original source: Inside Philanthropy

Keywords: Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Global Fund | Global Health | SAP | grant management

CAMPAIGN: SAP Corporate Social Responsibility

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