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23September

Demystifying Monitoring and Evaluation

Demystifying Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), observing and recording the activities associated a programme then evaluating its effectivenss, is inteigal part of what we as NPOs do. We need M&E to report back (and hopefully brag) to donors, stakeholders and clients. Why then do we dread it so? The September “Get Resourceful” session attempted make M&E a little less intimidating.

19September

Read the latest issue of Advance: The Inyathelo Newsletter.

 

The new edition of Advance, Inyathelo's monthly newsletter is now available!

 

17September

Monitoring and Evaluation: Resource links and terminology

Monitoring and Evaluation: Resource links and terminology

As a follow up to Inyathelo's Get Resourceful session on Monitoring and Evaluation, panelist Alex O’Donoghue gathered this collection of resources from around the internet.

 

12September

CAFSA responds to "NGO crisis" article in NGO Pulse

CAFSA responds to

Recently CAF Southern Africa responded to what was termed, ‘generalised and negative’ statements made by MACS Media on behalf of the Orion Organisation and the Cape Town Society for the Blind regarding the NGO sector in South Africa. 

11September

WINGS announces data charter website and interactive map

WINGS announces data charter website and interactive map

Posted By WINGS, Monday, September 08, 2014

Announcing two exciting network updates from Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support!

31August

Is Your NPO Protected Against Litigation?

Is Your NPO Protected Against Litigation?

Although civil actions involving NPOs are rare in South Africa, the corporate landscape in South Africa has changed in line with greater global emphasis on good governance, increasing the likelihood of litigation in the future.

29August

Shelagh Gastrow on the "NGO Crisis" in South Africa.

Shelagh Gastrow on the

Recent media reports suggest renewed interest in the fact that South African NPOs are under pressure from both funders and the government. By some calculations as many as 25% all of South African organisations within the last year alone have been forced to close their doors. 

25August

"Rhino Girl" meets with President Zuma

 

2013 Inyathelo Philanthropy Awardee, Afeefah Patel, met with president Jacob Zuma recently.  Ann7 News arranged the meeting, almost two years after the then seven year-old Afeefah wrote to President Zuma asking him to “look after the rhinos”. 

 

21August

South Africa's NGO Crisis

South Africa's NGO Crisis

According to the Orion Organisation and the Cape Town Society for the Blind, 30 percent of South Africa’s 122 000 registered non-governmental organisations (NGOs) were forced to close in 2013.

13August

Read the Latest Issue of Advance: The Inyathelo Newsletter

The August 2014 issue of Advance is available. discover the newest Inythelo reports, publications and resources, as well as articles of interst relating to South African civil society.

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