How to use AI to
increase your NGO’s Impact
After accelerating impact and efficiency for more than 30 small to globally-operating NGO´s with 1000+ AI engineers building real-world solutions, we decided to share our case studies with NGO leaders of the future.
First cohort start: April 15
Only Bootcamp with 20+ Real-World Case Studies and Live Project
I have rarely seen a team working so hard towards a common goal and achieving such tangible results in a short period of time. This Omdena project resulted in several outcomes that are extremely promising, not just for Save the Children, but for the entire field of NGOs and other actors working to protect children.
30+ NGOs accelerated
40+ case studies
Program Managers, IT Department Heads, Technology Leaders, and Top Management
AFTER THE BOOTCAMP, YOU´LL
– Have a clear understanding of the basic principles of AI and Data Science (DS)
– Feel confident to use AI and DS terminology
– Be able to identify which processes within an NGO can be automated effectively, and which processes should not
– Understand agile project methods and the role of Product Owner, Project Manager, Domain Experts, and Engineers
– Be able to lead an AI project (or supervise another project lead within your NGO)
The curriculum: Theory meets practice
- The basics: Problem scoping, data collection, and other challenges (5 hours, week 1)
- The algorithms: Theory on key algorithms and methodologies (5 hours, week 2)
- Case study analysis: 20 hours of case study analysis (10 case studies each 2 hours long) to grasp the theory through our most successful case studies (week 3 & 4)
- The home practice: 10 hours of practical work, to be done at home (week 5 & 6)
- Join live project: 40 hours in a live Omdena project with the UN on financial crime. This includes 16 hours of individual support and mentoring (Duration: 8 weeks)
- Size: 10 people per cohort.
- Cost: $1499 per person (50% discount for the first cohort – money back if not satisfied, no question asked)
- Time: The first cohort starts 15 August 2021 and a new cohort starts every 3 months.