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Participate in the Innovative Finance for Education Workshop Series

By JET Education Services

The Bertha Centre, in collaboration with JET Education Services and the Tutuwa Foundation, is running a series of workshops for implementers and funders of education initiatives to get a better understanding of innovative finance and performance based funding mechanisms and how they apply to their organisations. This follows the launch of the summary report: New funding flows Innovative finance for education during and after COVID-19

You are invited to join the following workshops: 

Raising innovative finance for education organisations

  • Introduction to innovative finance tools and strategies
  • Where are the buckets of investment and what regulation governs the distribution of that funding
  • When are these tools appropriate
  • Getting your organisation investment ready

Date: 29 October  

Time: 15h00-17h00

Zoom Virtual workshop with spaces limited

Cost: R250 pp (partial scholarships offered)

Audience: NGOs, Social Enterprises, impact investors, foundations 

Registration link

Measuring, communicating and innovating in uncertain times

In light of the concomitant uncertainty amidst the national COVID-19 lockdown, many organisations supporting education have had to halt or change many of their programmes. How can they be supported in continuing to deliver a quality offering in the months ahead? The input will be along three key themes: 

  • Keep measuring the impact of your organisation’s when activities may have changed
  • Keep communicating with your stakeholders to retain and even grow relationships
  • Keep innovating as you employ adaptive leadership in response to the changing environment 

Date: 3 November Time: 15h00 – 16h15 Zoom Virtual workshop

Cost: Free of charge

Audience: NGOs, Social Enterprises

Registration link

Entering into Performance Based contracts

  • Introduction to performance based contracting
  • Update on latest local and international trends
  • Effects of Covid-19 on these contracts
  • When are these tools appropriate
  • Getting your organisation investment ready

Date: 12 November

Time: 15h00-17h00

Zoom Virtual workshop with spaces limited

Cost: R250 pp (partial scholarships offered)

Audience: NGOs, Social Enterprises, impact investors, foundations

Registration link

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1 response on this

  1. Thabo Ndwadwe October 22, 2020 12:15 pm

    Education is key Indeed.
    Great work Voicesunite🤘💖

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