International Workshop on Resource Mobilisation (IWRM)
IWRM Africa 2012
Don’t miss out – the IWRM Africa is your starting point for fundraising success!
27 – 30 November, 2012 Speke Resort & Conference Centre, Kampala (Uganda)
The International Workshop on Resource Mobilisation (IWRM) Africa will take place in Kampala, Uganda from 27 – 30 November 2012. The IWRM Africa is the Resource Alliance’s second African IWRM and is organised in parnership with The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF). This 4 day workshop will address the major challenges faced by African NGOs in the areas of financial security and sustainability. The aim of IWRM Africa is to enhance the ability of African non-governmental organisations to mobilise resources for their cause. The Resource Alliance has 11 years history of organising the IWRM. It is widely recognised as the leading training opportunity to building the fundraising capacity of non-profit organisations in the emerging economics. Host countries have included India, Thailand, Malaysia, South Africa and Kenya. For more information on the programme and the workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.org
AWDF has put in place a small bursary to sponsor a minimum number of existing AWDF grantees to attend the IWRM. The bursary will cover only airfare and local transport for residential and non-residential delegates respectively. Applying Grantees should be ready to cost share and priority will be given to applicants who state this in their application. All successful applicants must be ready to submit a report from the workshop following a set of guidelines to be provided by AWDF. Please note that only one staff per organization will qualify for the bursary. Priority will be given to organizations that have never benefited from AWDF bursary to attend the IWRM.
How to apply for the AWDF Bursary
Organisations applying on behalf of staff members should submit the following documents:
- Application letter including the following:
- Name of organisation
- Address (both physical and postal)
- Telephone and Fax number
- Contact person’s name and title
- Applicant’s CV
- A maximum of 2 pages write up explaining how you intend to utilising skills acquired from the IWRM within your organisation.
- A signed recommendation letter from applicant’s organizations
- A budget (Please note that the final decision will be taken by AWDF)
The selection process will be highly competitive and will adhere strictly to the entry requirements and fundraising needs of organisations. No application will be reviewed without a signed recommendation letter from applicant’s organisation’s head. Soft copies of your application should be emailed to email@example.com.
Please send both hard and soft copies of your application documents to the following address:
The Grants Administrator
78 Ambassadorial Enclave
East Legon, Accra, Ghana
PMB CT89 Cantonments
Tel: +233 302 521257
Note that the deadline for receiving all applications is Tuesday, October 2nd 2012. This bursary is open to existing AWDF grantees only
NOTE: THE IWRM IS CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH WITH NO TRANSLATION FACILITIIES.