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Wednesday, 23 September, 2015 - 10:42
In the article, the author discusses the tough decisions faced by policymakers when intervening in fragile and conflict-affected states and also the pressure on donors to spend resources wisely
Wind, cloud and technological disruptions are ahead of NPOs - change is needed for an impactful advocacy approach in order to survive
USAID continues to use CSOSI to assess the sustainability of the CSO sector in 29 countries in Europe and Eurasia
CSI has the potential to enable corporates and the NGO sector to work together to improve the living conditions in communities and to help government realise the vision outlined in the National Development Plan
The ongoing postal strikes have created many problems for the NGO sector and if not addressed, it could threaten the sustainability of many NGOs
Many donors do not fund infrastructure projects because they are seen to be expensive, high-risk and time-consuming, and their immediate impact is often difficult to measure
The South African LGBTI community mourns the passing of Gerald Kraak, who contributed to the advancement of sexuality and gender rights, which were often overlooked by most donors
Advocacy programmes are crucial in acquiring sustainable change but should be structured in a way which will attract donors
CAF Southern Africa responds to ‘generalised and negative’ statements made by MACS Media on behalf of the Orion Organisation and the Cape Town Society for the Blind regarding the NGO sector in South Africa
NPOs should ensure that donor funds are spent on projects they are intending to support and measure the impact of their activities, in order to encourage further donations
In this article, the author shares few tips on sustainability, leadership and everything that could help NPOs to sustain their development interventions 
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