The event, which was aimed at encouraging participants to be strategic in choosing their social media, also served as a platform to demonstrate how the Microsoft Outlook could be used to chat, search, and carry out multipurpose activities
The event brought together about 50 participants from NGOs such as K-iNET, PLAN Ghana, Christian Relief Services, DFID and TECH AIDE.
Speaking on the topic: “How Microsoft support NGOs”, Mr Ngo Nwosu explained the various ways Microsoft gives aids to non-profits groups through providing support, advice and capacity building.
He said such services were not given to governmental organizations but rather to registered NGOs and other individuals.
Mr Nwosu advised participating NGOs to network saying “the more we work together, the more we would achieve our aims”.