Civil Society

capacity building npos sustainability
Wednesday, 1 July, 2015 - 10:52
Capacity building is a term associated with interventions geared towards strengthening the functioning of NPOs as it should be an integral part of any business’s development plan, both for-profit and NPOs need to make it a priority 
South Africa should work towards ‘walking the talk’ when it comes to stepping up the fight against gender-based violence 
This month’s PACSA Monthly Food Price Barometer focuses on the significance of ‘acceptable’ living wage and other factors affecting, food prices and other critical factors affecting the working class 
Kagiso Trust, a NGO, hosted a panel discussion focusing on the future financial and funding models for NGOs
The ANC is urged to invest in political education to empower its members to understand the role that CSOs play in strengthening our democratic South Africa 
Short-term, ever-changing funding priorities and limited support for administrative costs may inadvertently force local organisations to mis-spend funding
“Most business schools do not equip potential leaders with the awareness and tools to internalise the concept of corporate social responsibility,” writes Somaya Isaac
SANGOCO joins the African Platform for Social Protection, with the hope that its membership will also benefit its members
Since its establishment, Kagiso Trust continues to be at the forefront of ensuring that the poor and the marginalised have access to higher education in South Africa 
USAID continues to use CSOSI to assess the sustainability of the CSO sector in 29 countries in Europe and Eurasia
This article emphasises the need for nonprofit organisation to consider innovative and creative ways of sustaining themselves beyond donor funding 

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