capacity building

Khulisa Social Solutions: Administrator

Khulisa Social Solutions is an international NGO that addresses social vulnerabilities as a systemic problem. Through multiple partnerships and internationally-acclaimed best-practice programs/processes. The organisation builds capacity for grass-root motivated upliftment.

Khulisa Social Solutions seeks to appoint an Administrator, based in Vrytheid, KwaZulu-Natal.

Retired bookkeepers/administrators should apply.

Responsibilities:

Khulisa Social Solutions: Registered Social Worker - Sisoke

Khulisa Social Solutions is an international NGO that addresses social vulnerabilities as a systemic problem. Through multiple partnerships and internationally-acclaimed best-practice programs/processes. The organisation builds capacity for grass-root motivated upliftment.

Khulisa Social Solutions seeks to appoint a Registered Social Worker, based in Sisoke, Pietermaritzburg area in Kwazulu-Natal.

Responsibilities:

  • Administer diversion programmes.
  • Attend meeting and workshops with other stakeholders.

Requirements:

Khulisa Social Solutions: Registered Social Workers – North West

Khulisa Social Solutions is an international NGO that addresses social vulnerabilities as a systemic problem. Through multiple partnerships and internationally-acclaimed best-practice programs/processes. The organisation builds capacity for grass-root motivated upliftment.

Khulisa Social Solutions seeks to appoint a Registered Senior Social Worker, based in the North West Province.

Responsibilities:

  • Administer diversion programmes throughout the North West Province;
  • Attend meeting and workshops with other stakeholders.

Requirements:

The Science of Good Grantmaking

How do we ensure empowerment in the grantmaking process, asks Tshikululu Social Investment’s Juliana Thornton

Social investors often have what they may consider to be great, innovative, world-changing ideas about how education programmes should be run, how HIV-testing should be incentivised, how disability should be mainstreamed.

TMALI to Launch Leadership Courses

The Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute (TMALI) will launch short-term courses for students who want to become thought leaders.

In a press statement, TMALI points out that the courses will begin with an orientation week from Monday, at Senate Hall, University of South Africa, the TMALI organisation said in a statement.

The Institute further states that the courses will modules such as introduction to leadership for Africa's renewal, deconstructing the vision for Africa's renewal, and decision making and conflict management in the African context.

NDA Project Beneficiaries Get Skills Boost

Today the National Development Agency celebrates the graduation ceremony of 14 funded project beneficiaries at Fair Deal Agriculture Training Centre (FDATC) in Suurbekom. This is the result of a Memorandum of Understanding that was signed in December 2010 between the NDA and FDATC in which FDATC volunteered to train 14 NDA project beneficiaries for free. Training took place from the 10th of January 2011 to the 31st of January 2011.

Siyakhula Trust: CSI Programme

Siyakhula Trust is a NGO whose mission is to assist community leaders, CBOs, NPOs and government officials develop skills so that they can efficiently initiate and manage development and job creation projects to the benefit of the communities they serve.

Siyakhula Trust is conducting a three–day course on CSI Programme from 22-24 June 2009 in Johannesburg.

Striking a Balance

“Striking a Balance: A Guide to Enhancing the Effectiveness of NGOs in International Development” offers analysis and a practical guide to how NGOs can be effective international development. It describes sustainable people-centred development and the processes required to achieve it, focusing on the five factors which determine effectiveness: suitable organisational design; competent leadership and human resources; appropriate external relationships; mobilisation of high quality finance; and the measurement of performance coupled to 'learning for leverage'.

EC Housing Department to Train Unemployed Graduates

The Eastern Cape housing department has announced that unemployed graduates will soon be trained to assist the province’s rural communities on how to access government funds for housing.

Ddepartment spokesperson, Lwandile Sicwetsha says the move follows the department’s launch of a R3.6 million “housing education consumer” project aimed at helping communities gain access to subsidy programmes.

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