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About the Event
Its emergence as one of the fastest growing economies has changed the way the world perceives India. The irony, however, is that India is not a poor country but has one of the largest concentration of poor in the world. While India can be proud of what it has been able to achieve, it cannot remain impervious to the often-indigestible reality.
As a result, the ever-dynamic development sector in India has been witness to a far more than usual degree of changes in the past few years. One unforeseen but obvious consequence of the rise in India’s fortunes has been the decline in funding from traditional donor and government-supported international agencies. Fortunately, or unfortunately, it has highlighted the need for NGOs to shift from their traditional grant-based approach to open market-based sources that are service and/or product oriented and contribute to sustainable development in the long term.
Social entrepreneurs bring innovations to serve bottom-of-the-pyramid, including technological interventions for grass root innovations. Time and again, the Corporate CSR teams seek innovative solutions which can support their beneficiaries and provide last-mile connectivity to create measurable impact.
In this context, it is essential that NGOs and the Social Entrepreneurs understand the CSR landscape in India. The contours of what can be called a new age relationship needs to be shaped and carved. A partnership that is based on factors as diverse as historical record, thematic priorities, geographic preferences, resource utilization, management information system, financial management and convergence of economic benefits with social returns in the long run, requires deep understanding of either party’s vision and values.
The objectives of the CSR Masterclass will be to
® Help NGOs and Social Entrepreneurs to build their capacities for CSR partnership with businesses
® Help NGOs and Social Entrepreneurs to carry out self- assessment for their funding resources and help them identify their core strengths to create shared value for sustainability
® Create an enabling environment for strategic CSR and social innovation
The Training Modules Include
® The changing NGO funding landscape in India
® The evolving CSR ecosystem in India:
® The scope for NGOs in CSR partnerships: Partnership models, innovations and value addition
® Assessing opportunities and risks for partnerships
® How to do business mapping for CSR partnerships: PSUs, MNCs and MSMEs
® What businesses want and how to deliver
® Concept note writing and developing proposals including budgeting
® Social Return on Investment (SRoI) and sustainable partnerships
® Reporting & Monitoring
Who Should Attend?
Social Entrepreneurs, Company Directors, Senior management of NGOs /Social Enterprises– CEO/COO/CFO, Resource Mobilization Officers, Fundraising Team, Project Managers, Finance Managers, Program Coordinators.
Program Fees: INR 1500 for 2-days program with relevant project and reporting templates for CSR projects. All participants will receive an e-certificate towards successful completion of the program.
For details, contact Ms Richa Sethi at Email: email@example.com
Registration: Interested participants may choose to pay via CHEQUE/ NEFT/ RTGS/ IMPS
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Account Holder: Association of Women in Business
Bank Name: HDFC Bank Ltd.
Account No: 50200031868155
NEFT IFSC: HDFC0000503
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