The term resource mobilization refers to all activities undertaken by an organization to secure new and additional financial, human and material resources to advance its mission. Inherent in efforts to mobilize resources is the drive for organizational sustainability. Today many nongovernmental and civil society organizations seek to achieve a higher degree of organizational sustainability. To do this, organizations need to broaden their funding base to reflect a hybrid of revenue streams that include fees from clients, as well as funding from donors, corporate sponsors, public sector subsidies, charitable contributions, and other funding or investment mechanisms. This will allow for a diversification of risk and not threaten the effective implementation of critical programs that improve the lives of their beneficiaries.
The primary audience include NGOs, University Professors, Researchers, Students and Private consulting firms.
|What You Will Learn
-strategies to generate revenue for the organization
– Identification of an achievable and fundable project
-Research and assessment of viable funding sources
-Development of a resource mobilization strategy.
-An understanding of the non-profit environment
-Familiarity with tools and resources available to assist you as you seek funds
|What The Course Involves
– Downloadable Resources
-Access to both mobile & TV
-Certificate of completion
COURSE FEES: USD 300
COURSE DURATION: 2 WEEKS