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West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) Oct 11
These are 8 Priority Areas and Key Recommendations identified in the Strategy to guide CSOs in Ghana on their journey to sustainability! Access now the Strategy here:
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Jennie richmond Oct 8
A pleasure to hear from Sue Wicks yesterday - they have shifted strategy to direct funding to Southern CSOs, core and flexible funding, relational grant-making, service users telling their own stories
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Jenny Hodgson Oct 10
"Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing." Arundhati Roy
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West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) Oct 10
CSOs in Ghana must "Change or Die!" Access now the National Strategy here:
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Thomas Dunmore R Oct 11
Applies elsewhere too "Brazilians like charity, but not social justice. Handouts give the false Christian the illusion that he will reach the kingdom of heaven. But social justice means class mobility. The elites don´t want that. They like to look down from above."
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Ideation4 Oct 9
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Nsama Chikwanka Oct 5
The levels of civic awareness among citizens is encouraging; it’s been a long way coming. The day this matches with civic engagement is the day our transformative agenda will fully materialise.
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African Initiatives Oct 9
Through its East Africa Disability Fund, which African Initiatives is part of, the is driving forward more focused support to marginalised groups in Tanzania and Uganda – great update on this from at the conference.
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Community Foundation Oct 12
Just one example of the power of working together! When we see community groups working together a greater impact is achieved. Great work !
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Thomas Dunmore R Oct 8
Did you know that 99% of gender-related international aid fails to reach women´s rights and feminist organisations directly? Vital new report explains more
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The Hunger Project Oct 12
Last month the first national chapter of the Movement for Community-led Development was launched in Zambia. The work in Zambia is both grassroots (bottom-up) and official (top-down) simultaneously—a new model for development!
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The Hunger Project Oct 12
“We must transform our consumption if we want to live in a sustainable world.” John Coonrod
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Root Change Oct 9
Grassroots Partners: announced its 2nd Solidarity Fund--flexible & rapid funding for grassroots orgs, resourced by grassroots orgs--for CIVICUS members in and under resourced environments.
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Laura Flamm Oct 8
Are you a young person who is ready to do amazing things in Baltimore and just needs the seed $? Head over to a Youth As Resources grantseeker workshop!
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African Initiatives Oct 8
Inspiring presentation from and on youth partnerships in Tanzania at the BOND conference yesterday. Definitely some great learning here for African Initiatives programme in Tanzania.
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The Hunger Project Oct 12
THP works with other development organizations at the UN to ensure that human rights and dignity are a part of every UN strategy.
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Ideation4 Oct 10
Want to shift the power in philanthropy? Find out more tonight! This is an amazing experience, we have first hand knowledge!
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West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) Oct 10
"The National Civil Society Sustainability Strategy provides a unified way to implement techniques to strengthen the 4 pillars of sustainability" Grace Commey - Abundant Grace Female Foundation. Access now the Strategy here:
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KCDF Oct 9
KCDF seeks to collaborate with like-minded , researchers, advocacy and media groups in linking voices of poor and marginalized communities in representing and articulating their voices in various sustainable development platforms.
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The Hunger Project Oct 12
“The people living in a state of poverty and hunger are not the problem. He or she is the solution to the problem.”
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