How To Mobilize Resources? (Part 1) by Mamoon Al Azami Resource mobilization is a major sociological theory in the study of social movements which emerged in the 1970s. It stresses the ability of a movement's members to 1) acquire resources and to 2) mobilize people towards accomplishing the movement's goals. A unique place to find videos on religious & professional topics Please visit & subscribe: Web TV: www.alislamgroup.tv Facebook:www.facebook.com/alislamgroup Dailymotion: www.dailymotion.com/alislamgroup You Tube link: www.youtube.com/groupalislam web link: www.prophetmuhammadforall.com web link: www.al-islamforall.com
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There are different types of resources and one of them is human resource. This video tells the story of how a rural community in Costa Rica got organized with my help as a Peace Corps volunteer to mobilize its human resource to take advantage of an in-kind donation. The results of this experience were oustanding! For more information about my work in Costa Rica, visit my site at http://elisamolina.com/blog/
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http://www.fao.org/partnerships/south-south-cooperation/en/ Alexander Jones, Chief of FAO’s Donor Relations and Resource Mobilization Team, outlines the objectives and strategies required in creating and maintaining partnerships. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Nkoilale Community Development Organisation (NCDO) in partnership with KCDF came up with a feeder school to reduce the distances covered by school going children as well as mitigate deaths caused by roaming wild animals. The school is expected to serve more than 150 children under the age of eight years in the environs.
Views: 341 Kenya Community Development Foundation
The FAO Donor Liaison and Resource Mobilization Team explains five practical steps to developing a resource mobilization strategy and action plan. © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Kared Fod Organisation in Migori in partnership with KCDF fundraised for a dispensary at Orongo Village. The community dispensary will assist in cutting short the distances traveled to the district hospital by community members. Access to health in the area has been a major challenge.
Views: 60 Kenya Community Development Foundation
"Mobilizing resources" is one of 15 competences that any learner can develop to become entrepreneurial, according to the European Commission Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (http://europa.eu/!tx78fG), known as the EntreComp. In this video, Rebecca Weicht, Head of Operations at Bantani Education (https://bantani.com/), explains how important is to approach the gathering of resources as a creative process and not only as a matter of planning and organizing the resources at hand. Explore the EntreComp framework: https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/entrecomp Video production: European Schoolnet http://www.eun.org/
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Nguzo Africa is a CBO based in Narok South County which aims to positively transform lives of marginalized Kenyans. Its mission is to work with local communities to address social, economic, governance and environmental issues for prosperity of the current and future generations. Nguzo is implementing a Climate Change Mitigation for child well-being and integrated community development project. The major objective of this project was to improve livelihoods through tree planting and harnessing of renewable energy (solar & biogas) in Narok South.
Views: 258 Kenya Community Development Foundation
RDF have created a success-story in Sierra Leone where Bo City and District Councils are mobilizing accountable revenues from their own citizens, in order to provide better and more sustainable services for schools, health clinics and waste management in according to their own urban development plan
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Participatory Research Development Program in partnership with KCDF through the matching grant Pamoja4Change, initiated a Green Revolution Project in three schools based in Bondo.
Views: 74 Kenya Community Development Foundation
Dr. Benn applies his experience as the Director for Resource Mobilization at the Global Fund in a session designed to provide an overview of external resource mobilization in health and targeted expertise to the country-specific issues raised by the delegates. Dr. Benn discusses the role of funding mechanisms like the Global Fund, bilateral organizations and the private sector, providing practical advice on how to sustain a valuable partnership, optimize the use of available resources, identify new funding streams, and enhance outreach and communication with donors. In addition, Dr. Benn offers his insight on the future direction of the Global Fund and how funding priorities might affect country programs from the delegate perspective.
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Tom Musili, Executive Director at Computers for Schools Kenya (CFSK), talks about the role resource mobilization has played at CFSK. This video was produced in Kenya, March 2010. Écoutez la vidéo sous-titrée en français : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVLqEYSPepk
Views: 601 IDRC | CRDI
Mwingi's Itumbe Primary School installed solar powered electricity panels thanks to the partnership between KCDF and RISE (Regional Institute for Social Enterprise), a community initiative aimed at providing a better learning environment for pupils in Mwingi District.
Views: 112 Kenya Community Development Foundation
In 'A Handful of Rice' a local village becomes self sufficient by giving. Rob Martin continues the discussion on giving and resources. From the Lausanne Movement's Cape Town 2010 Congress. Join the conversation: http://conversation.lausanne.org/en/conversations/detail/11543
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Building Capacities: Best Practices in Asia Pacific (2/5) One of the main purposes of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies is to mobilize people and resources at community level to improve the lives of the vulnerable. In order to become locally sustainable, branches must expand the types of local resources and funds they get. This film describes successful activities to strengthen funds and resources and shows how Red Cross Red Crescent societies communicate with different types of people and organizations to attract their support. It also shows the importance of accounting and reporting transparently back to donors to build their confidence to donate more in the future. In this five films series, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies profiles organizational best practices in Gender and Diversity, Resource Mobilisation, Youth and Volunteers, Participatory Planning, and Community and Branch Development. Building Capacities features insights and interviews with volunteers, beneficiaries and leaders from Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies including Australia, Cambodia, Mongolia and Nepal. The series was produced by the Asia Pacific zone under the direction of the Organizational Development unit. Related videos: Part 1/5 - Volunteers and Youth in Asia Pacific: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztEjcmQCUos Part 3/5 - Gender & diversity in Asia and Pacific: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrkKBOPj2gg Part 4/5 - Community and branch development: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwYf7T4pXKk Part 5/5 - Participatory Planning: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Bft-_gKvt8 More information: http://www.ifrc.org Year: 2009 Duration: 27 minutes 22 seconds
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https://www.policyforum-tz.org/ Policy Forum is a network of NGOs which was founded in 2003, incorporated as a non-profit company under the Companies Act of 2002. Our growing membership currently includes over 70 non-governmental organizations registered in Tanzania. We are drawn together by our specific interest in influencing policy processes to enhance poverty reduction, equity and democratization. We strive to increase informed civil society participation in decisions and actions that determine how policies affect ordinary Tanzanians, particularly the most disadvantaged. To enhance our effectiveness we have narrowed the focus of our work to 3 main activity clusters. These are Local Governance, Public Money and Active Citizens' Voice. We are a member-led network and therefore our highest decision-making body is the General Assembly made up of all voting members of the network. Our activities are overseen by a Board of Directors, elected by Policy Forum members to serve for a 2-year term of office and mandated to lead on the implementation of our activities. The Board members manages a small Secretariat office set up to coordinate, facilitate, monitor and report on the activities of the network.
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Jostas Mwebembezi, Executive and Founding Director of Rwenzori Center for Research and Advocacy (RCRA) used the Resource Mobilization Implementation Kit (http://sbccimplementationkits.org/resource-mobilization/) and in his own words, described the experience.
Cape Town 2010 has led to increased networking regarding biblical stewardship and generous giving. This presentation describes these results, especially an exciting development called the Mission Africa trust fund. Barbara Shantz is Global Development Liaison of Trans World Radio, Sas Conradie is Coordinator of the Global Generosity Network, and Zenet Maramara is Director of the Center for Biblical Stewardship at Asian Theological Seminary in Manila, Philippines. This presentation was given at the Lausanne Global Leadership Forum in Bangalore, India, from 17-21 June 2013. See all videos and learn more about the forum at http://www.lausanne.org/en/multimedia/videos/bangalore-2013.html.
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Workshop on Resource Mobilization for Cervical Cancer Screening & Management held on 26 Sep 2016
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BYE community based organization's energy programme has become part of the Kigumo Green Development Project (KiGDep) that is promoting the use of sustainable energy through community members by replacing firewood with domestic biogas as the main source of energy. Murang'a is often wet contributing to frequent power outages. The biogas project has provided residents like Muthoni with alternative options of lighting up their households. www.kcdf.or.ke
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BASIC COMPENTENCY ON LOCAL TREASURY EXAMINATION This is the 19th video of a series to help you review for the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE). We will upload dozens of video reviewers to help increase your chances of passing the BCLTE. We formulated these questions ourselves from the Local Treasury Operations Manual (LTOM). All BCLTE topics will be covered by our videos. This video reviewer only covers Book 5, Chapter 2 of the Local Treasury Operations Manual with 15 questions. The third for this chapter. Topics for this video are as follows: LOCAL TREASURY OPERATIONS MANUAL BOOK FIVE Detailed Procedures on Real Property Tax Business Tax Fees and Charges and Other Resource Mobilization Chapter 2. Business and Other Local Taxes ------------------------------- ANSWERS 1. d 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. d 7. c 8. d 9. b 10. c 11. a 12. c 13. d 14. a 15. b Passing Score is 12 Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/philippineboardreviewer/ Join our Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/BCLTEReviewers/ Follow us on Tumblr! https://philippineboardreviewer.tumblr.com/ Our best tip: Pray and review hard! Please like and subscribe to our channel! We'll post several videos each week! ------------------------------- SCOPE OF THE BASIC COMPETENCY ON LOCAL TREASURY EXAMINATION: A. General Ability (25%) 1. Verbal 2. Analytical 3. Leadership and Management 4. RA 6713 B. Specialized/Technical Area (75%) 1. Mobilization of Resources (35%) a. Principles of Local Taxation b. Real Property Tax c. Business and Other Local Taxes d. Regulatory Fees and Charges and Local Economic Enterprises e. LGU Credit Financing 2. Management of Local Treasury Services (15%) 3. Safekeeping of Local Funds and Records (15%) 4. Preparation and Analysis of Treasury and Treasury-related Reports (105) 5. Coordinating and Communicating Local Treasury Matters with Stakeholders (10%) 6. Management of Other PFM Areas (10%) 7. Management of Inter-Government and Other Fund Transfers (5%) ------------------------------- LOCAL TREASURY OPERATIONS MANUAL BOOK ONE Fiscal Organization of Local Governments and the Local Treasurer BOOK TWO Receipts and Collection of Local Income, Revenues and Other Fund Sources BOOK THREE Expenditures and Disbursements BOOK FOUR Fund Management Practices, Accountability, Cash Examination, Shortages and Settlement of Accounts of Local Treasurers, and Liabilities of Local Treasurers in the Administration of Local Taxes, Fees, and Charges BOOK FIVE Detailed Procedures on Real Property Tax Business Tax Fees and Charges and Other Resource Mobilization BOOK SIX Local Treasury Operations (LTO) Annexes and Forms Title sound effects from www.FreeSound.org
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Kidi Luanda Community Based Organisation in partnership with KCDF through the Pamoja4Change matching grant were able to fundraise for two school projects: Rabuor Primary School and Masogo Secondary School.
Views: 157 Kenya Community Development Foundation
CNBC Report: Training / Workshop on "Resource Mobilization and Fundraising"
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Bogota, 16 January 2011. Dr. Rohit Kishore from the University of the South Pacific discusses domestic and resource mobilization. He believes that, especially in developing and poor countries, it has become a habit to rely on monetary handouts. By relying on donor organizations to provide grants, however, Dr. Kishore asserts that many countries do not inject enough resources and energy into their own development projects. Domestic resource mobilization, therefore, may provide an innovative and promising answer to this problem. See more at http://tinyurl.com/gdn2011
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Session participants point out the difficulties in engaging with domestic policymakers as well as with private donors, including corporations. They also address the challenges in soliciting contributions - be they financial or in-kind - from target groups that are often amongst the poorest people in the country. Neelam Makhijani emphasizes the fact that 70% of fund-raising is research: it is crucial to understand donors' incentives in order to successfully solicit resources from them. This session from the Think Tank Initiative Exchange 2012 addresses the importance of domestic funding for think tanks and the challenges in mobilizing this kind of support. Facilitator: Federico Burone (IDRC, Uruguay) Resource persons: Neville Gabriel (Southern Africa Trust, South Africa); Neelam Makhijani (Resource Alliance, UK)
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Please join us for an expert panel discussion and the release of CSIS' new paper, Taxes and Development, The Promise of Domestic Resource Mobilizaton. From 2000 to 2012, tax revenue in Sub-Saharan Africa grew from $140.8 billion to $530 billion. In the same period, ODA flows increased from $20 billion to $54 billion. As aid levels from wealthy nations remain uncertain and the global community increases a focus on country-led development, nations have an impetus to finance their own development, through improved tax collection and public financial management, in order to provide citizens with reliable public services. CSIS' new paper explores how domestic resource mobilization (DRM) fits into the current development finance landscape, how DRM emerged as a development priority, and how donors such as the United States can better support efforts to reduce reliance on aid and increase government capacity, transparency, and accountability. This event is part of CSIS’s ongoing “Chevron Forum on Development” series, which seeks to highlight the role of the private sector in global development. Opening Remarks By: Daniella Ballou-Aares Senior Adviser for Development, U.S. Department of State” Panel Featuring: Gregory Adams Director of Aid Effectiveness Oxfam America Katherine Baer Division Chief, Revenue Administration, International Monetary Fund Mark Fitzgerald Principal, KPMG Robert Wuertz Office Director, Economic Policy U.S. Agency for International Development Moderated by: Daniel Runde William A. Schreyer Chair and Director, Project on U.S. Leadership in Development Center for Strategic and International Studies Please RSVP to [email protected] Programs Chevron Forum on Development Topics Trade and Economics, Governance, Development Policy, Global Prosperity
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USAID’s Strengthening the Capacity of Philippine Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) Project or “CSO Project” is a $1.5 million, three-year project that began in September 2011. In pursuit of local capacity and procurement objectives of the USAID Forward (now known as USAID Now) reform agenda, the project was designed to improve the operational capacity of local CSOs so they can effectively carry out their development missions and compete for and manage funding from USAID and other donors. Ayala Foundation, the prime contractor, works with a consortium of leading CSO networks in the Philippines in implementing the project. One hundred fifty six (156) local CSOs benefitted from the project. The organizations range from NGOs, foundations, cooperatives, professional associations to large networks and federations. Capacity-building assistance was directed at six critical areas of CSO operations: governance and leadership development; planning and strategic management; resource mobilization and development; program design, implementation and management, monitoring and evaluation; financial management and administrative and personnel management. USAID procurement, finance and technical offices actively contributed to capacity-building of CSOs.
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- In order to create a movement, you have to talk to people that doesn't necessarily agree with you, for example men, says Antonie DeJong, Head of Resource Mobilization in UN Women.
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Kilian Kleinschmidt has more than 25 years of hands-on experience in international development, emergency response and resource mobilization as well as political and regional cooperation in a wide range of organizations such as the UN and numerous NGOs. His senior roles include his current position as manager for the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan, which is the largest camp for Syrian refugees. In previous assignments he served as a deputy humanitarian coordinator for Somalia, a deputy representative for UNHCR in Kenya and a deputy to the special envoy of the UN secretary general for assistance to Pakistan. The list of assign- ments in which he served is extensive; their locations have ranged from South Sudan, Somalia and Congo, over Sri Lanka and Kenya to Bosnia. Kleinschmidt is skilled in managing complex operations and programs in sensitive environments and is solution-driven and experienced in inter-governmental, inter-organizational and crosscutting cooperation. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Finalists of the Education Cannot Wait (ECW) Resource Mobilization Challenge (http://www.educationcannotwait.org/challenge) will pitch their ideas to the Challenge Jury. ECW will award $25,000 funding prizes for the three best ideas destined to support the development of business plans. ECW, the global fund for education in emergencies had issued a call for bold ideas to help address the billion-dollar finance gap for education in emergencies and protracted crises. Ideas should be substantive and have the potential to raise at least US$50 million per year continually (or US$100 million total once, if a onetime effort). Sources should allow the provision of grant funding as ECW is committed to providing equal and free education.
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BASIC COMPENTENCY ON LOCAL TREASURY EXAMINATION This is the 4th video of a series to help you review for the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE). We will upload dozens of video reviewers to help increase your chances of passing the BCLTE. We formulated these questions ourselves from the Local Treasury Operations Manual (LTOM). All BCLTE topics will be covered by our videos. This video reviewer only covers Book 2, Chapter 1 of the Local Treasury Operations Manual with 15 questions. Topics for this video are as follows: LOCAL TREASURY OPERATIONS MANUAL BOOK TWO Receipts and Collection of Local Income, Revenues and Other Fund Sources Chapter 1. Types of Local Income and Revenues Collected by Local Government Units ------------------------------- ANSWERS 1. d 2. b 3. e 4. a 5. d 6. e 7. d 8. b 9. a 10. d 11. e 12. c 13. b 14. d 15. a Passing Score is 12 Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/philippineboardreviewer/ Follow us on Tumblr! https://philippineboardreviewer.tumblr.com/ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/c/PhilippineBoardReviewer Our best tip: Pray and review hard! Please like and subscribe to our channel! We'll post several videos each week! ------------------------------- SCOPE OF THE BASIC COMPETENCY ON LOCAL TREASURY EXAMINATION: A. General Ability (25%) 1. Verbal 2. Analytical 3. Leadership and Management 4. RA 6713 B. Specialized/Technical Area (75%) 1. Mobilization of Resources (35%) a. Principles of Local Taxation b. Real Property Tax c. Business and Other Local Taxes d. Regulatory Fees and Charges and Local Economic Enterprises e. LGU Credit Financing 2. Management of Local Treasury Services (15%) 3. Safekeeping of Local Funds and Records (15%) 4. Preparation and Analysis of Treasury and Treasury-related Reports (105) 5. Coordinating and Communicating Local Treasury Matters with Stakeholders (10%) 6. Management of Other PFM Areas (10%) 7. Management of Inter-Government and Other Fund Transfers (5%) ------------------------------- LOCAL TREASURY OPERATIONS MANUAL BOOK ONE Fiscal Organization of Local Governments and the Local Treasurer BOOK TWO Receipts and Collection of Local Income, Revenues and Other Fund Sources BOOK THREE Expenditures and Disbursements BOOK FOUR Fund Management Practices, Accountability, Cash Examination, Shortages and Settlement of Accounts of Local Treasurers, and Liabilities of Local Treasurers in the Administration of Local Taxes, Fees, and Charges BOOK FIVE Detailed Procedures on Real Property Tax Business Tax Fees and Charges and Other Resource Mobilization BOOK SIX Local Treasury Operations (LTO) Annexes and Forms Title sound effects from www.FreeSound.org
Views: 8977 Philippine Board Reviewer