This workshop will help mid-senior level NGO managers identify partners to work with on humanitarian responses, including ways of working with different stakeholders (i.e. UN, INGOs, local government), and to map funding opportunities, and develop successful funding proposals for institutional donors (i.e. USAID, DFID, ECHO) and trusts/foundations.
By the end of the training participants will:
- Increase participants’ skills and confidence in approaching partners and finding areas of common approaches in humanitarian response. Allow participants to practice different ways they would communicate with partners i.e. how to talk to government officials/to UN.
- Empower participants to search for funding opportunities- how to register for donor sites/what due diligence is required/what information about their organizations to give to donors to make them eligible for funding
- Understand specific institutional donors (DFID, USAID, ECHO); knowing where to find information on available funds and how to approach donors.
- Fundraising Managers
- Program Managers
- Partnership Managers/Directors
- Program Directors
- Finance Managers, with proposal writing responsibilities.
- Partnership ways of working and approaching humanitarian stakeholders
- Fundraising- searching for and becoming eligible to apply for institutional funds
- Proposal writing- practical guidance
Face-to-Face workshop with practical activities.
Poppy is a Humanitarian Capacity Building Manager and Trainer with Save the Children International, with specific experience in Program management (implementing through local partners) and Institutional Fundraising. She has an MA in International Conflict Analysis from the University of Kent, UK and has 8 years’ of fundraising and project management experience in humanitarian contexts including Palestine, Lebanon, Sierra Leone, Somalia and the Philippines. She has worked for CAFOD, ACTED, Terre des Hommes Italia, UNICEF and Save the Children. She has successfully won funding from ECHO, EU, DFID, USAID, UNICEF and UNHCR. She has further worked in national NGOs and research Institutes in Palestine and has always been committed to building local staff capacities in order to encourage home grown responses and locally owned projects.
Three participants: 5% For each participant
Four participants: 10% For each participant
Six participants or more: 15% For each participant