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Applications Open for NPC Leading Financial Sustainability Programme

30 Jan 2017

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TSiBA, in partnership with the Deutsche Bank South Africa (Foundation), is scheduling their third programme supporting NGO’s through the journey to financial sustainability.

This is a fresh approach to leaders of NGO’s who are committed to lead their organisations on the journey towards non-donor reliance. Leaders will attend a dynamic, high impact programme intermittently over a nine-month period. They will look at their organisation’s financial sustainability and develop strategies and plans to consider alternatives to 100% donor reliance, through diversifying income streams, which will conclude in the development of a clear plan towards attaining this goal.

For more information you can refer to the programme brochure here or download your application form here.

For more information, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or at 021 532 2750 (Ext 154) and to get your application form.

   

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