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Newsletter: Navigating Covid-19 for Civil Society Organisations

Our latest newsletter is here! In this edition, we delve deeper into how Civil Society Organisations can manoeuvre through the Covid- 19 crisis. In the articles, read about how CSOs can adapt for their long term impact and viability. Besides, another insightful piece poses the all-important question of whether CSOs are prepared enough for the future beyond covid-19. Additionally, we introduce our new toolkits on crisis management and communication and how these can help your organisation through a crisis. Read on. >>

 

Club de Fundraising in collaboration with CtGA is encouraging actions to provide support and resources to the CSO community of Spanish speaking countries to manage the pandemic crisis. In March 2020 they began a set of pieces of training (workshops, clinics, micro-courses on social media and intense activities in all their channels and developing a sequence on Instagram Lives (first one to MSF head of massive campaigns in Argentina and a second one with Miguel Farfan, responsible for individual donors in Unicef México). >>

 

Webinar: Crisis Management for Fundraising & Engagement

An Introduction to Crisis Management for Fundraising & Engagement with a Global Perspective; The Coronavirus will undoubtedly affect the way we operate as NGOs in every corner of the planet.  Fundraising and engagement programs have to adapt to a new reality in a smart and fast way. >>

 

Local Fundraising Skills to the Rescue in Ghana as Pandemic Rages

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, resource mobilisation remained a serious challenge for CSOs in the West African region. This has become more evident as the pandemic rages. As donors suspend funding programmes, community-based organisations are seeing their operations and existence threatened. Despite this state of affairs, some civil society organisations (CSOs) in Ghana can now access the resources they require to meet the needs of their beneficiaries affected by COVID-19. >>