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the OYE social media project: an open-source social media strategy for NGOs & educators
Over the next few months, we will be developing a social media campaign for a small, yet very capable NGO in Honduras; The Organization for Youth Empowerment. Through this blog, we will examine the effectiveness of a variety of social media components to increase the global awareness of a small local humanitarian non-profit, on a minimal budget.
We hope that you'll subscribe to the blog to follow the transparent process of promoting this extremely committed NGO in their efforts to better the lives of children in Honduras. If you are involved in social media, we think that you'll find these updates insightful. and we invite you to participate by contributing your own expertise and advice to this global effort.
- DC Friends - What are you doing on May 19th? Join us for a special evening of music to support youth empowerment.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 2 months ago
- Our #portal is in on the move. Are you ready @UNAHVS_OFICIAL? @SharedStudios https://t.co/tIBHSmxkEN 3 months ago
- RT @FordFoundation: "Without art there is no empathy. Without empathy, there is no justice." -- @Darenwalker #FundTheArts @ArtsAdvocacy #Sa… 4 months ago
- ¡Feliz Día del Amor y la Amistad! ¿Qué sigifica para ti el amor y la amistad? #ValentinesDay https://t.co/NkZT6RdWPi 5 months ago
- 3 OYE scholars who are now among USAP's finest and brightest incoming freshmen! #collegebound #scholarship https://t.co/dszstIZXrO 6 months ago
- #Give4Girls: The Banegas Sisters: youtu.be/GRjvVzJh0o4?a via @YouTube 7 months ago
- Less than 10K left in matching funds this #GivingTuesday! Maximize your donation NOW! bit.ly/2fIVipx 7 months ago
- It's #GivingTuesday! Show us some love today and #Give4Girls! bit.ly/2fIVipx https://t.co/L8aEYxTd8c 7 months ago
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This is the story of four extraordinary young women. It’s easy to slip into hyperbole when writing an editorial like this, but “extraordinary” is the appropriate description. Occasionally you come across people who make a lasting impression on you, and … Continue reading
OYE scholar Sandra Fiallos has been selected to represent Honduras at the third annual One Young World conference in Pittsburgh from October 18-22. She will be going as a fully sponsored delegate. http://www.oneyoungworld.com/giveaway/ From One Young World Conference: “The One Young … Continue reading
Early in our project, we presented the story of Rosa Yorleni Sevilla, an OYE scholar who nearly missed out on attending high school because of her family’s economic circumstances. Hers is truly a story of transformation…going from a life without … Continue reading
OYE scholar Sandra Fiallos talks about being characterized as an “at-risk” youth in Honduran society.
We asked OYE scholars to describe what OYE means to them in one word.
Oriel Eunice Diaz is a scholar in the Organization for Youth Empowerment/El Progreso, Honduras
From El Progreso, Honduras…a few hours ago. This event is called “Alto al Hambre” or “End Hunger,” and is an initiative begun by the international NGO World Vision (Visión Mundial). World Vision established an office in El Progreso about … Continue reading
From El Progreso, Honduras earlier today: Nineteen year-old Gerald Velasquez’s family didn’t want him to pursue an education, encouraging him to find work instead…but he persisted on his own. Today he is attending a university in San Pedro Sula, and … Continue reading
From earlier today: “I arrived to OYE last year. I’m in the art program, where I’ve learned how to draw. I’ve learned to work better with others, to fight for everything – for me and for the organization so the … Continue reading
dinner with the Yanes family Just a little while ago we were treated to a home-cooked meal by the Yanes family in El Progreso. Prepared by mom Maria, and the two sisters, Meredith and Yarly, we had baleadas (a thick … Continue reading