2016-03-31 | Module 1: Gender for NGOs

The degree to which people are affected by poverty, climate change, land degradation, etc. is partly due to their social status, to their gender, to poverty, to power structures and access to and control over resources. Despite the international community’s increasing acknowledgement of the different experiences and skills women and men can contribute to development and environmental sustainability efforts, women still have lesser economic, political and legal clout and are hence less able to cope with - and are more exposed to – poverty, water and energy use, changing climate, etc. This topic of Module 1 will explain why gender equity is important for sustainability and how you can ensure it in your daily work and life.

2016-03-31 | Module 1: Communication

Harmonious and coherent communication is vital for the project's success. In the topic you will learn basics for promoting your cause in media and about CLEEN project requirements for communications.

2016-03-31 | Module 1: Advocacy

In this topic students can learn about advocating people's rights for clean energy, sustainable development and related topics. 

2016-03-31 | Module 1: Human resources and volunteer management

Human resource management is the management of the people who work in an organization. They can be managers, employees, project officers, field workers, coordinators and also volunteers and interns. Since the organization is run by these people, they are considered to be a “resource” – ‘a human resource.’ Like we use funds to manage a project, we also need to use these ‘human resources’ or the ‘people’ to manage the organization.

2016-03-31 | Module 1: Stakeholder Mapping

Stakeholder Mapping is a process and visual tool to clarify and categorize the various stakeholders by drawing further pictures of what the stakeholder groups are, which interests they represent, the amount of power they possess, whether they represent inhibiting or supporting factors for the organization to realize its objectives, or methods in which they should be dealt with. It allows to understand who the stakeholders are for the organisation.

2016-03-31 | Module 1: Project management for NGOs

A project is a unique venture with a beginning and an end, conducted by people to meet established goals within parameters of cost, schedule and quality. A project always has certain goals, a clear time frame and budget. It is unique and separate from normal organization work, ‘it takes place outside the process world’.

2016-03-31 | Module 1: Strategic development and planning

Planning often is boring and hard, it consumes a lot of time. But this is the wisest investment because planning preserves 10 times more time in future. It happens by growth of efficiency. When planning you can inventory and allocate all resources in the best or nearly the best possible way. Through planning you will see interconnections between activities that are going to be executed and will be able to make use of it.

2016-03-31 | Module 1: Administration of NGO

Successful NGOs and grassroots provide high quality services to beneficiaries. To work successfully and meet the goals, NGOs have to continually improve and professionalize their work, which puts more and more demands on the management and leadership of an organization. This part of the module provides with core knowledge, practical skills and tools to manage, lead and administrate effectively a non-profit organization.

2016-03-09 | Module 1: Financing

Fundraising is one of the most important pieces of the organizational tasks. Quite clearly, without funds, an organization will cease to exist or at least not be able to effectively serve the communities that it has been set up to serve. You could get trapped in the thinking that without funds our capacity is limited, but we often lack the time, resources and skills to fundraise effectively. This Fundraising guide aims to share information, tools and tips to help you strengthen your fundraising.

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