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Image: The power of philanthropy to build resilient democracies and societies What can civil society, business and ordinary citizens do to not only survive but prosper in a context of state and governing party failure, and a lack of trust in democratic institutions, that has long-term repercussions for the economy?   Read More...

Image: THE UPSIDE OF CHAOS Forward planning and strong communication can make all the difference when handling a crisis, says Jessica Rees-Jones, Executive Director of Inyathelo. There’s nothing new about student protests (look to French universities in 1968 and Britain in the 1980s), but the advent of social media means that matters which could previously be contained relatively easily, are now unpredictable.   Read More...

Image: Inyathelo course creates cadre of professional fundraisers South African non-profit organisations (NPOs) and higher education institutions (HEIs) face ongoing funding challenges
This is being addressed with professional training that is creating a growing cadre of qualified practitioners who can better attract much-needed resources. Inyathelo, The South African Institute for Advancement, has just held an accredited short course to build professional knowledge and practice (Cape Town, 17-22 July).The programme was developed in partnership with Rhodes University’s Business School and covers subjects ranging from communication and marketing to external relations and fundraising.   Read More...

Image: Inyathelo secures R2 million funding to build NPO capacity South African NPOs (not for profit organisations) will continue to access vital advice and support from Inyathelo, the South African Institute for Advancement, thanks to a generous grant of US$150 000 (about R2 million) from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.   Read More...

Image: Gear up to get funding, Inyathelo advises civil society The loss of investment grade for South Africa ‒ and other developments that impact institutional and economic strength ‒ could be particularly bruising for the civil society and non-profit world, whose resources are already thinly-stretched. It is more important than ever for this sector to present an ethical, credible, professional and united front, says Jessica Rees-Jones, Executive Director of Inyathelo, the South African Institute for Advancement   Read More...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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