We’ve already commenced our Aspire, Higher programme in South Africa with Wits and are identifying partners in Nigeria for a 2021 roll out there. The Wits MBA students’ entries will be judged on 16 July and this document provides more details on the virtual event.
This century belongs to the African philanthropists, whose capital, influence, local knowledge, and moral authority have the power to address pressing challenges in the continent. Philanthropy, in all of its various forms, engages stakeholders from the private, public, non-profit, and religious sectors.
The Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment (CAPSI) was launched in June 2018 when Dr Bheki Moyo took over the directorship of the Chair in African Philanthropy at WBS. The Chair was the result of a collaboration between the Southern Africa Trust and Wits University, as well as with a number of other organisations and foundations on the continent, including the African Philanthropy Network (APN) and TrustAfrica.
CAPSI has had a busy and exciting time since its launch nearly two years ago, impacting communities as well as individuals involved in philanthropy in Africa, be it as policy makers, academics, practitioners or students.
We invite you to dip into our newsletter and share in our ground-breaking journey thus far.
NGO LEADERSHIP TRANSITION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM (LTFP) IN AFRICA ARNOVA and AROCSA, in partnership with the Ford Foundation, have established the NGO Leadership Transition Fellowship Program (LTFP) in Africa. This program is intended for senior civil society/NGO leaders who are contemplating or have decided to move on from their existing NGO. This program Seeks to help that …