Leading companies know it is no longer "business as usual". Investors, the media and customers want companies to address social and environmental concerns. On their part, leading companies in the private sector recognize they should develop strategies to meet these needs while remaining profitable. At the same time, many of the most effective non-governmental organizations (NGOs) recognize they can achieve widespread and lasting change by harnessing the power of the market. To achieve these goals, companies and NGOs are finding ways to work together.
This emerging shift in the NGO/private Corporation relationship creates an exciting new landscape of opportunities for both parties to collaborate, boost capacity, and deliver service to the community. Yet such partnerships must not be entered into lightly. The choice of partner (the "who"), the articulated objectives (the "why") and the mode of operations (the "how") are decisive factors in the success of any partnership. This seminar critically explores all of this and more.
- Concept of Shared Value
- Sustainability Strategy for NGOs
- Social Entrepreneurship
- NGO - Private Sector Partnership Managing Projects
- NGO Fundraising
- Putting together compelling proposals
- Stakeholder Communication and sustainability Reporting
- Group work & Presentation
Top and mid-level Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) executives, individuals interested in setting up NGOs and company executives who work with NGOs.
Programme Duration 2 Days
Tuition (subsidized): N60, 000
Programme Date: February 24 - 25, 2015