You are invited to the NASCEE Virtual Conference 2020 With the theme of #CollaboratingForChange, the conference aims to build community and capacity around collaborative practice. Expect stimulating plenary conversations, reflective discussions, skills-building workshops and an exciting keynote address. Please be sure to: RSVP TO ATTEND by 19 October 2020. Conference access link to follow on confirmation.
Do you want to know how your NGO is coping with the COVID crisis? Do you want to know, with certainty, how to emerge more resilient? Would you like to offer your donors a clear map of how you will emerge stronger? Do you want to attract more donors because you have a global standard report, a proven toolkit, and certified skills to match? You can with the AfricaXTRA toolkit.
For some time we have been talking about the 4th Industrial Revolution (4th IR) and how it will change the way we live and work. There was a focus on job losses as well as opportunities that will come along. I want to link the world after COVID-19 to the 4th IR. Why? Because some companies had to come to a complete halt as there were no resources and strategies in place to assist employees with working from home. We have many companies in SA that do not provide their staff with laptops and some do but fail to provide internet connection.
The aim to help rural arears with food parcels, since this lockdown started there are families that are strugling in rural arears so food parcels for them will help them to survive this disaster we are facing as a Nation wide.
This article provides an overview of the expected impact of COVID-19 on the funding situation of NGOs in South Africa, new funding initiatives that aim to support the sector, and the fundraising efforts of NGOs that are involved in COVID-19 related interventions.
Alwyn Esterhuizen, Technical Programme Manager at Seriti Institute says it GIS mapping is an invaluable tool for both big and small organisations. Can small Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) reap the benefits of GIS for their organisations and communities, or is it destined to remain an expensive tool, exclusive to big businesses? Alwyn Esterhuizen, Technical Programme Manager at Seriti Institute shares his thoughts on the matter.
Simon Leshoai, Programme Manager at Seriti Institute speaking to ECD practitioners in Soshanguve, North of Tshwane. More must be done to open communication between primary caregivers/parents and early childhood development (ECD) practitioners in poorer communities says Simon Leshoai, a Programme Manager at Seriti Institute.
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