The event focussed on the need to strengthen relationships between government and the NPO sector under the theme, 'Working Together to Fight Poverty, Unemployment and Inequality'.
The following documents were drafted at the event:
Nonprofit Organisations Summit Declaration
The fundraising proposition transcends medium, culture and class. Sometimes it’s given to you on a plate – other times you’ve got work hard to uncover it, but one thing’s for sure – it’s fundamental to a successful fundraising campaign.
SANGONeT is happy to announce that the Prodder NGO Directory will be released in print format in May 2013.
The stalemate of the elections for the chairperson of the Africa Union Commission in January 2012 and the upcoming continuation of this saga at the July 2012 summit must be déjà vu for South Africa. It reminds one of the voting duplicity of Charles Dempsey, which cost South Africa hosting the Football World Cup 2006. The confidence of South Africa in the first elections suggests some countries might have promised their votes and not delivered.
Shaba is 35 years old and has been living in Jamam camp with her family since December.
“We left our village Buk in September because there was fighting. In Buk, we had everything, but now we are naked. Four people in our village were killed in the fighting. My husband and I ran with our five children, but we got separated. We ran because of fear. My husband had three children and I took two. After one day’s walk, we met again in Kukur.
Ayanda Masondo died on 19 March 2012. She was 20 years old. A student at the University of Johannesburg, Masondo’s body was found leaning against the door in her room at the Benjemijn hostel. The cause of her death was complications from an illegal abortion.
Sadly, Masondo’s fate is all too common. Illegal abortions kill dozens of South African women every year.