The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) offers local NGOs access to short-term technical expertise from volunteer corporate consultants through the Cultural Agility Leadership Lab (CALL) program, implemented in partnership with Northeastern University.
Below are some of our future program requests for assistance. Priority is given to NGOs aligned with Peace Corps programs or those founded or supported by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (PCVs).
If you would like more information on joining us as an NGO partner, please fill out our NGO Contact Us form
If your organization would like to be considered for receiving technical assistance please fill out our NGO Request form
The small Indonesian non-profit organization helps people make thoughtful and inclusive decisions about the development of their cities – by facilitating citizen participation and collective action. They started with urban mapping in Solo in 2010 as a way to improve government and participation in city planning. Their urban mapping program has expanded to include mapping in climate change and other areas in about 15 different cities.
The organization aims to empower a generation of people by promoting democratic and participatory approaches to improve urban areas.
Assistance needed to improve financial management, administration and launch a fundraising initiative. Currently the organization struggles to manage multiple project finances and incorporate new management ideas on the go. They have grown significantly in recent years and need systems to keep up with growth. The organization is looking to be accountable and professional to donors and the public.
Back to map
CALL — Cultural Agility Leadership Lab — is a partnership between the National Peace Corps Association and Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business that infuses international corporate volunteer and pro bono advisor programs with the deep cross-cultural understanding and flexibility for which Peace Corps Volunteers have long been known.