My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for COMPUTERS FOR GUATEMALA INC, New York, NY, USA
As a former Director of Development, Monitoring & Evaluation for Thirteen Threads in Panajachel, Guatemala, I can attest to the professionalism and honesty with which Computers for Guatemala and Don and Kirk, conduct their organization. As a non-profit that provides education and empowerment to indigenous Maya women in 20 rural communities, Thirteen Threads is incredibly grateful to CFG for giving us the chance to work according to best practice standards. Researching and creating community education curricula for over 400 women is not an easy task for the Field Supervisor and Community Facilitators, and without computers, (and ones that work!) we would not be able to do our jobs well. Likewise, the organization recently enhanced its monitoring and evaluation program and the computers allow for us to enter and analyze data in meaningful ways so that we can be accountable to the indigenous Maya women members of the organization, ourselves, and our funders. Thank you Don and crew for helping us maintain a transparent, professional organization. Anyone who knows what it's like to work for a non-profit in a developing country (or any non-profit for that matter!), knows the value of partnering with organizations like Computers for Guatemala. I cannot recommend them highly enough.
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