Happy New Year from the Practical Initiatives Network (PIN)!

Happy New Year from the Practical Initiatives Network (PIN)! We wish you good luck and much success in the year ahead.

We’re excited to announce that in 2015 we will roll out a new website! Our new site will have many interactive features, including the ability for you blog about your work. If you already have an initiative on PIN, we will transfer it to the new website for you. If you have registered, but are yet to ‘PIN’ your initiative to the map, you can do so by following the instructions provided here; you can also watch this short instructional video. Be sure to login and update your initiative if anything has changed over the past year – and let us know when you do so we can share any new work with the network!

A few more updates –

  • This year we launched the PIN Blog, which has given individuals and organisations the opportunity to share their learning with others. We invite anyone to contribute to the blog, so get in touch if you are interested! After the launch, the blog will be transferred to the new website.
  • We were recently featured in the Huffington Post – check out this article to learn more about the network, our history, and goals for the future.

Lastly, thanks again for all your interest and involvement with PIN. We look forward to updating you on our progress in knowledge sharing over the year ahead and we can’t wait to share the new website with you. Stay tuned for information about the launch date, the new website features available to you, and more.

Please share this with any other development organisations you think might be interested in PIN and help us spread the word!

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