Type
Level
Location
21 September 2019

Introduction to Measuring Social Impact

Lilongwe

This time next year, what difference do you want to be making? Take a day and learn how to measure your organisation’s social impact, planning for the future difference you want to make. You’ll connect with others working for social change and share experiences as you find the most suitable tools to communicate your impact.

Supported by: Flood Lilongwe

28 September 2019

Introduction to Leadership

Mzuzu

Take a day to develop your understanding of what leadership is and explore the kind of leader you want to become. You’ll connect with others working for social change and share valuable experiences as you start your leadership journey.

Supported by: Mzuzu Entrepreneur Hub

Previous Programme

Building Strength and Resilience

Various Locations - Malawi

Through the unique approach of peer-led learning and development, this programme will support OSISA Grantees and other invited participants in your journey of achieving non-profit sustainability.

Supported by: OSISA

Previous Programme

Going Sustainable

Lilongwe

Through a unique approach of peer-learning and development, this program will support you on financial sustainability through the development of income streams as non-profit leaders to equip you with the necessary steps on how to generate your own income, in addition to and/or independently of grant funding.

Supported by: Pentecostal Life University

Previous Programme

Dynamic Leadership

Lilongwe

This programme is designed to boost the learner’s qualities as a leader who is able to perform to the highest levels. 

Supported by: The Scottish Government

Previous Programme

Income Generation for Non-Profits

Various Locations - Malawi

Many non-profits in in Malawi and around the world are looking for ways to generate income in order to decrease their reliance on donor funding and become more financially sustainable.  Through adopting social enterprise models non-profit organisations can be empowered to create social impact into the long term. 

Supported by: OSISA