Inyathelo's Blogspot

22May

Managing and meeting community expectations

Anna Vayanos, owner of Anna Vayanos Philanthropy Consulting (left) with Trialogue director Cathy Duff and .Jessica Rees-Jones.

Decision-making, relationships and trust, and capacity development are three vital aspects of managing and meeting community expectations, says Inyathelo Executive Director Jessica Rees Jones. Speaking in a panel discussion at the Trialogue Business in Society conference in Johannesburg (16 May) Jessica said that ‘community’ is a misnomer because it is blanket term for multiple abilities, age groups and interests.

 

09May

Inyathelo taking part in Trialogue CSI conference

Inyathelo taking part in Trialogue CSI conference

Inyathelo Executive Director Jessica Rees-Jones will be among over 50 expert contributors meeting in Johannesburg for the tenth annual Trialogue Business in Society Conference, taking place on 16 and 17 May.

07May

Featured Advancement Videos on Ask Inyathelo

Our resource hub, AskInyathelo, features several videos to help you on your advancement journey.

24April

President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle and anti-Zuma protests affecting NGOs funding

President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle and anti-Zuma protests affecting NGOs funding

Jessica Rees-Jones was interviewed on Breakfast Beat, Voice of the Cape, on 12 April 2017.

19April

Inyathelo course creates climate for donor investment

Inyathelo course creates climate for donor investment

Training for the Certificate in Advancement and Resource Mobilisation will take place at Inyathelo’s Cape Town offices in Woodstock from 17-22 July.

 

10April

Gear up to get funding, Inyathelo advises civil society

Gear up to get funding, Inyathelo advises civil society

Jessica Rees-Jones, Executive Director of Inyathelo, believes that robust, empowered civil society organisations can attract funding despite adverse conditions.

31March

Comment from Inyathelo on presidential announcement:

Comment from Inyathelo on presidential announcement:

At this time of uncertainty, Inyathelo, the South African Institute for Advancement, reasserts its commitment to help build a strong civil society in a country pledged to freedom and equality under its Constitution.

31March

Nomfundo Walaza bids Inyathelo farewell

Nomfundo Walaza bids Inyathelo farewell

Acting Director Nomfundo Walaza is ending her tenure at Inyathelo, and handing over the reins to Jessica Rees-Jones.

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