SANGONeT will release the Prodder NGO Directory in print on 24 October 2012.
This is a very special year for everyone associated with SANGONeT and Prodder as both celebrate a significant milestone - 25 years of serving and supporting the NGO sector in South Africa.
Given the overall focus and scope of SANGONeT's work in support of the NGOs sector, we would like to use the 25th anniversary of SANGONeT and Prodder not only to celebrate our achievements, but also to recognise the unique contribution made by NGOs to South African society in general.
One of our key activities in this regard will be the release of the 25th anniversary edition of the Prodder NGO Directory in print.
The new Prodder Directory presents South African NGOs and other development stakeholders with a number of strategic options to profile their work and take advantage of SANGONeT's multimedia approach to civil society communication.
NGOs can secure a special "Business Card" listing in the book for only R1 100 (VAT incl).
As part of this offer, participating NGOs will receive a priority "Business Card" listing in the directory, one complimentary copy of the publication (valued at R300), one NGO Pulse Premium e-mail advert (valued at R1 000) and a 10% discount on the registration fee for the 2012 SANGONeT "ICTs for Civil Society" Conference.
Click here to learn more about how you can secure your "Business Card" listing.
Please liaise with Arnold Netshambidi at SANGONeT to book your "Business Card" listing. He can be reached on Tel: 011 381 3408 or email@example.com.
The printed directory will complement SANGONeT's online approach to disseminating NGO and development information and expose a wider audience to our work and the activities of NGOs in South Africa.
In addition, also visit the online Prodder Directory, review your entry and forward us new and revised information. If your organisation is not yet listed in Prodder, please complete the Prodder Input Sheet.
The deadline for updating your information and booking a "Business Card" listing is Tuesday, 31 July 2012.