August 15, 2019

Welcome to the TaroWorks Family!

Sebastian Csaszar

Welcome to the TaroWorks Family!

We’re excited to welcome the newest members joining the TaroWorks family! Read more below about the inspiring work they’re doing and how they’ll be using TaroWorks.

African Clean Energy (https://africancleanenergy.com/) is a Dutch-South African social enterprise focused on enabling decentralised access to clean energy to rural households in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. They’ll be using TaroWorks to capture information on potential customers in the field and to log interactions with the customer from the cookstove demos.  From there, tracking sales and logging visits by their maintenance teams will also be done with TaroWorks.

Building Tomorrow (https://www.buildingtomorrow.org/) is an international social-profit organization with school-building operations in Sub-Saharan Africa. Building Tomorrow will be using TaroWorks to collect data and KPI’s for their Thriving Schools Program. They will also use TaroWorks to manage different phases of school construction.

Fundación Cántaro Azul (http://en.cantaroazul.org/) is a water technology non-profit based in Mexico, designing and implementing water programs that focus on technology in households, schools, communities, and health centers. They will be using TaroWorks to manage the expense processes for their field teams that work in rural communities in southern Mexico.

Stichting Dorcas Aid International (https://www.dorcas.org/) is a Christian relief and development organization operating worldwide providing social, development and relief aid through over 100 projects in more than 20 countries. Dorcas will use TaroWorks to capture registration and evaluation for their sponsorship program of elderly beneficiaries in Albania and Moldova.  Dorcas’ plans to expand their TaroWorks sage to offline case management of refugees in Syria and Lebanon and also WASH programs in Africa.

No Means No Worldwide (https://www.nomeansnoworldwide.org/) is a global rape prevention organization whose mission is to end sexual violence against women and children. NMNW will be using TaroWorks to track instructors and youths, and to track that programs that are being implemented correctly. 

Population Services International (http://www.psi.org/) is a non-profit global health organization with programs targeting malaria, child survival, HIV, and reproductive health. PSI will be using TaroWorks initially in Uganda and India to conduct audits of health products on the shelves of health clinics.

The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program (https://www.ghsupplychain.org/) is a collection of projects working to achieve stronger, more resilient health supply chains that ensure an uninterrupted stream of quality health products and services for millions of people worldwide. They are using TaroWorks in Niger for a research study of 300+ sites.

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Sebastian Csaszar

Sebastian Csaszar

Sebastian is responsible for driving expansion across Africa. Sebastian has over 7 years of business development experience ranging from corporate sports sales to real estate development sales. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Georgia. Sebastian also speaks both Hungarian and Spanish. Sebastian is based in Nairobi

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