SAIF: Fundamentals of Fundraising
Southern Africa Institute of Fundraising (SAIF)
The Southern Africa Institute of Fundraising (SAIF) was conceptualised in 1985 by a group of five concerned fundraisers who felt the need for an organisation which would effectively promote and uplift the fundraising profession. After numerous informal meetings and long after hour telephone conversations a Constitution was signed in November 1987 and SAIF was launched as a voluntary association.
SAIF, in partnership with the Association of Fundraising Professionals, is conducting a course on Fundamentals of Fundraising from 26-28 July 2016 in Durban and 23-25 August 2016 in Johannesburg.
Participants will learn how to develop an integrated fundraising programme, market your own non-governmental organisation for ongoing success; how to build and sustain relationships; how to secure the gift, management and accountability – working with volunteers – and much more.
- Module 1: Overview of Fundraising
- Module 2: Developing an Integrated Fundraising Programme
- Module 3: Marketing for Ongoing Success
- Module 4: Building and Sustaining Relationships
- Module 5: Securing the Gift
- Module 6: Volunteers – Partners in Fundraising
- Module 7: Management and Accountability
The training includes a 400-page manual.
For course dates, locations and information contact the Southern Africa Institute of Fundraising at email@example.com.
To register for the follow the link Durban or Johannesburg to access the relevant reservation form. Alternatively, call 071 674 6392071 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more about the Southern Africa Institute of Fundraising, refer to www.saifundraising.org.za.
For more about the Association of Fundraising Professionals, refer to www.afpnet.org.
Event End Date:
Thursday, 25 August, 2016
INTRAC: Theory of Change for Planning and Impact Assessment
International NGO Training and Research Centre (INTRAC)
The International NGO Training and Research Centre (INTRAC) exists to support and strengthen civil society. INTRAC seeks to increase the effectiveness of civil society organisations (CSOs) in all parts of the world. Civil society is key to establishing democratic societies and CSOs play a key role in promoting sustainable development in a just society.
INTRAC is conducting a course on Theory of Change for Planning and Impact Assessment from 17-21 October 2016 in Oxford, United Kingdom.
Interest in developing and using Theories of Change both for planning and assessing impact has grown rapidly over the last few years. Theories of Change can be set at different levels and are being used in a number of ways. At one end of the scale, they are pulled together by one person to support a programme proposal or a specific donor demand. At the other end, they are facilitated over a period of several months and include wide consultation with staff, partners and beneficiaries, and are used to inform strategy at all levels. As Theories of Change focus specifically on sequences of change for different target groups, they provide a clear and robust framework for monitoring and assessing the impact of our development efforts.
This course introduces the elements of Theory of Change and offers the opportunity for participants to apply and experiment with the key ideas and processes using their own case studies as well as illustrative case studies presented by the course facilitator.
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To apply for this course, complete this application form and email it to email@example.com
For more information, refer to www.intrac.org/events.php?action=event&id=761.
For more about the International NGO Training and Research Centre, refer to www.intrac.org.
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine: Introduction to Travel Health
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), founded in 1898, was the first institution in the world dedicated to research and teaching in the field of tropical medicine. As a registered charity, LSTM works across the world, often in very difficult circumstances, to fulfil its mission of reducing the burden of sickness and mortality in disease endemic countries. It does that through the delivery of effective interventions which improve human health and are relevant to the poorest communities.
LSTM is conducting a course on Introduction to Travel Health from 6-8 February 2017 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
The three-day course is aimed at practice nurses, general practitioners and pharmacists with an interest in travel medicine, who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in carrying out travel health risk assessments and how to provide travel health advice.
The course will cover the fundamentals of travel health and highlight any advances in the field of travel medicine.
Cost: £450 or, 165
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For more information, refer to www.lstmed.ac.uk/news-events/events/introduction-to-travel-health-course-2017.
For more about Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, refer to www.lstmed.ac.uk.
Event End Date:
Wednesday, 8 February, 2017
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Pembroke Place Liverpool L3 5QA, UK
Partners for Possibility Information Session, 10 August 2016
Symphonia Leadership Development
Symphonia Leadership Development is an Organisational Change practice that works with leaders to engage their stakeholders so that talent, human energy and creativity is maximised.
Symphonia Leadership Development is hosting Partners for Possibility Information Session on 10 August 2016 in Johannesburg.
Partners for Possibility is a creative and collaborative solution to South Africa’s education system, and the organisation would like to give you the opportunity to understand how it works and ask any questions you have.
The event will provide an opportunity for you to hear some of the good news stories coming out of the project, and understand how the programme benefits all its stakeholders: business, schools, communities, and especially, South Africa’s children.
Symphonia Leadership Development exists to ignite change in South Africa by enlisting a community of passionate, active citizens - come along and find out for yourself how we can all walk - and work - together for our children’s future.
RSVP: Diane Holtzhauzen, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 17h00 – 18h00
Facilitator: Busiso Moyo
For more about Symphonia Leadership Development, refer to www.symphonia.net.
Event Start Date:
Wednesday, 10 August, 2016
Event End Date:
Wednesday, 10 August, 2016
African Pride Melrose Arch Hotel, Abraham le Roux Room, Melrose Arch, Johannesburg
After the Party: 21 Years of Electoral Democracy – What Does South Africa’s 2016 Local Government Elections Hold for the Future?
Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa
The Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) is a not for profit organisation established in 1996 based in Johannesburg (South Africa) with field offices across the continent.
EISA is hosting a public seminar under the theme ‘After the Party: 21 Years of Electoral Democracy – What Does South Africa’s 2016 Local Government Elections Hold for the Future?’ on 27 July 2016 in Johannesburg.
The seminar is part of the organisation’s 2016 Election Update Project.
The event is aimed at observers, representatives of political parties, non-governmental organisations, media, academics and interested members of the public.
Time: 9h30 – 16h00
Enquiries: Tel: +27 11 381 6000, Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more about the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa, refer to www.eisa.org.za.
Holiday Inn, Rosebank, Johannesburg