Dusting off our HTML skills

I created my first website over 20 years ago.  I worked for a small organization, The Advocacy Project, helping human rights and advocacy organizations around the world make better use of information and information technology in their work. My first websites were based on HTML I would pirate from other sites by copying the source code and tweaking the layout for courageous activists working to end violence against women in war, ensure economic rewards for indigenous groups whose lands were rich with oil, secure rights for persons living with disabilities.

And now we are creating the first site for the Social Sector Accelerator, a start up launched in 2015, to rethink and redesign international development and support for civil society organizations. We are constantly reading, meeting new people and we will share what we are learning, thinking, designing and how we are helping individuals, organizations and networks to achieve their missions. We focus on their purpose and the knowledge, skills and abilities they need to secure that purpose and achieve impact.