International Workshop on Resource Mobilization (IWRM)-Africa 2010

 Resource Alliance through IWRM mobilization conducted a three days capacity building of Non profit sector.  The workshop successfully ended on 27th November 2010 at Speke Resort & Conference Centre Munyonyo, Kampala Uganda.

Eight Partners supported the workshop that drew two hundred and twenty four (224) participants from twenty seven (27) countries. The participants gathered to learn and share experiences of managing and funding for NGOs, especially at this time when the NGO world is calling for sustainability of this sector, twenty seven volunteers worked tirelessly to make the event a success. 

 African Women Development Fund (AWDF), Kenya Airways, Fotogenix Ltd, AMFIU, Precision, AFP New Vision, Brenda Maraka and UNDP, fully sponsored and supported the IWRM Africa 2010.

 To advance women movement successfully, African Women Development Fund fully sponsored thirty seven (37) majority of its grantees http://www.awdf.org, with aim of building their capacity. Ms. Nyarwa Cissy of Ntulume Village Women Development Association was among the participants of this workshop. 

 Twenty one (21) speakers with versatile NGO experience addressed issues ranging from Proposal writing, ICTs, Fundraising channels communication and branding etc. The Workshop was concluded with a motivational speech by Pepe Minambo, who called on the participants to be “Inspired before You Expire”.

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About nviwoda

In a humble setting lies the story of the Ntulume Village Women's Development Association (NVIWODA). In June 1987 a group of women residing in Ntulume Village founded, Ntulume Village Women Development Association (NVIWODA).www.nviwoda.interconnection.org It is a legally registered woman NGO (Reg.S5914/404) and operates in ten districts of Uganda, the organization equips women with skills, networks and shares knowledge and information with twenty seven women community based groups. NVIWODA has todate empowered sustainable families in Uganda.
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