GIIP Enterprises provides information technology services tailored to the needs global civil society groups and social enterprises that work in education, women’s health, sustainability and global social justice. GIIP-E provides custom solutions and professional services with a deep insight into the needs of social sector organizations.
Services include: website consulting, networking, graphic design, web design, technology trainings, promotional videos, organizational file management, and communication problem solving
Fresno Youth Empowerment Studio: FresYES is collaboration between GIIPand CMC. The Community Technology Foundation of California is funding a partnerships to bring Technology and Community Enterprise trainings to low-income high school students in the Fresno area. The project curriculum and technology training is pioneered by GIIP-E.…Read more →
California Voices is a dynamic video-sharing application for students in the statewide after-school program. The site modeled on YouTube™ allows students all over the state to share digital stories and issue-based videos, have an engaged discussion and plan civic engagement projects.…Read more →
GIIP-Enterprises designed, and produced a web-based content management system (cms) to allow CMC to connect with donors, community members and students. GIIP-E continues to provide periodic trainings, updates and is in the process of transitioning CMC to a newer more robust cms based on the open source project Joomla!…Read more →
GIIP-E is pioneering the deployment of robust, secure and user-friendly CMSes to UC Santa Cruz units. The first deployment was the Campus Sustainability Assessment office. Current deployments in planning are Physical Plant, Transportation and Parking Services, Real Estate Office and numerous student groups.…Read more →
GIIP-E is now working with with a collaboration funded by the Packard Foundation to upgrade the database platform, open source the project, add even more sources of data and deploy it to 5 Packard “Focus Countries” (India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Philippines and Ethiopia).
GIIP-E initially partnered with International Health Programs on the first version of the Packard Reproductive Health and Family Planning Fellowships Database. This first project merged a half-dozen separate data-sources in to one uniform, secure, web-based system.…Read more →