How is your NPO improving its work with youth, based on insight gained from M&E?
The Trialogue Business in Society Conference promotes thought leadership, collaboration and innovation for more effective development, with emphasis on the integral role of business in society. The conference programme will include an audience-favourite pitching session, presented in partnership with MTN, that will take place at 14:00 on Wednesday, 22 April.
In 2020, Trialogue Donors Den will be themed around good monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practices among non-profit organisations (NPOs) working on youth empowerment projects or programmes. The three NPOs selected to pitch will each have ten minutes to present on how they have monitored and evaluated a specific youth empowerment programme or project and how they intend to use the insight gained to improve their interventions moving forward.
A panel of corporate, donor and M&E experts will provide feedback and, together with the audience, will rank the NPOs. Judges’ votes are tallied with the audience’s votes (cast on the conference mobile app), with the winner receiving R25 000, the runner up receiving R15 000 and the NPO in third place receiving R10 000 in prize money.
In addition, NPOs selected to participate will also receive complimentary tickets to attend the full Trialogue Business in Society Conference, as well as flights and accommodation (if required).
- Must be an NPO registered with the Department of Social Development
- Must be working with youth (defined as young people between the ages of 16 and 35)
- Must have undertaken some level of monitoring and evaluation on a youth project / programme