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Financial Sustainability

Towards a sustainable civil society

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What is Sustain?

SUSTAIN is a project where CSOs’ human capital will be developed in the area of fundraising and sustainability with the aim to achieve financial sustainability. After a baselining study, the CSOs will undergo customized capacity building program, via which they will be exposed to concepts and frameworks of sustainability and will be guided in developing their very own sustainability plan. They will then continue to receive support by the implementing partner through coaching sessions.

ACT’s four main units

1

Self-awareness

This unit helps the participants answer the question: who am I? In this unit, the participants will become aware of their identity, strengths and capabilities in a more in-depth session.

2

Social awareness

This unit helps the participants answer the question: who are others? In this unit, the participants will become aware of their society and its attributes and limitations. They will also understand the impact of being part and parcel of a collective society.

3

Awareness of social issues

This unit helps the participants answer the question: what do others suffer from? In this unit, the participants will become aware of the social issues existing in their society, how dire these issues are and how to contribute to solving them. The participants will also nurture a sense of social justice and will be able to choose the social issue they would like to work on.

4

Social initiatives

This unit helps the participants answer the question: what can I offer to help others with their suffering? In this unit, the participants will learn the fundamentals of project planning and management. Participants will also get to choose their own projects and share their achievements with their peers.

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