What we have done

Abchazia

Abchazia

Abchazia 2003

Sustainable Development of NNOs  and Cooperation with Government, Georgia and Abchazia – Youth NNO representatives, (UMCOR) September 2003 – 5 days. Trainers: Jana Ledvinová and Petr Baboucek

Armenia

Armenia

Armenia 2012

Social Enterprise Course was designed to help a group of trainees in their role of trainers/consultants and practitioners – within own organisations and with partner organisations that ART funds or supports. The course participants were from ART staff and those working with community based organizations, clergy, social workers, managers of Social Centres and NGOs. Participants improved understanding on the general concept of social enterprise and analysis of existing social problems, got a toolkit of methods and techniques that can be used in recognizing social problems and managing a social enterprise.

Contracted with theWorld Council of Churches Armenia Inter-Church Charitable Round Table Foundation (ART), Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, armwcc@etchmiadzin.am

Armenia 2009/2010

Extensive project to support the development of social entrepreneurship in Georgia and Armenia done together with Eurasia Partnership Foundation and the Resource Alliance, Georgia and Armenia, NNO representatives, (MZV ČR), 2009-2010, trainers and consultants: Jana Ledvinova, Jan Kroupa, Petr Baboucek, Marketa Krausova, Jana Liskova

The goal of the project was to promote social enterprise inArmenia andGeorgia as a viable business model for organizations that are driven by both social objectives/mission and profit through training, consulting and grant support to non-profits for concreteentrepreneurial projects.

Armenia 2008/2010

Research of local conditions of fundraising for animal protection and WSPAfundraising capacity regional development was implemented by the Resource Alliance during 2008 – 2010. Jana Ledvinova and Petr Baboucek from theCzechFundraisingCenter were responsible for the project implementation in the Eastern and Central Europe andJordan. Jana Ledvinova worked as a long term couch and consultant inEstonia,Armenia andJordan, Petr Baboucek worked inRomania. Project was supported by WSPA.

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan 2013

Project “Learning the Experience of NGOs from V4 Countries in Social Entrepreneurship”. Study tour to Czech Republic lasted from 10 March to 14 March 2013. 3 NGO managers from Azerbaijan (Hasan Huseynli, director of „Intelligent Citizen“ Enlightenment Center Public Union, Ahmad Guliyev, chairman of “Development in Science and Education” Public Union and Konul Mirzayeva, director of “Magic Carpet” Children and Youth Public Union) and 1 NGO representative from Georgia (George Gigiberia, education advisor, “Center for International Education”) participated at study tour. 4 day training course on Social Entrepreneurship for NGO representatives from Azerbaijan and Georgia was conducted by Czech Fundraising Center in Prague. Trainers were Ms.Jana Ledvinova and Mr.Jan Kroupa. The training workshop dealt with the concept of social entrepreneurship, planning entrepreneurship scheme, testing enterprise ideas and financial planning for social entrepreneurship.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria

Bulgaria 2015

TOT for Bulgarian nonprofits, Prague, Czech Republic, 2015

The Strenghten Fundraising Skills of Bulgarian Nonprofits

  • 4 - day training in Prague on 2 - 5 June
  • 5 - day training in Praue on 22 – 26 September

Trainings were organnized under the project Training of Trainers (TOT) for Bulgarian nonprofits. The trainings were focused on advanced training methods and techniques to support effective learning process of fundraising and nonprofit management.  We arranged training covering all necessary parts of the successful experiential learning process, specialized to adult audience - techniques, icebreaking, games, giving rules, how to create training modules, trainer styles and presentation skills, team building games and discussion techniques.

Refferences: The Bulgarian Center for Not-for-Profit Law with seat and management address: 3 Hristo Belchev Str., Sofia 1000, Bulgaria, represented by Luben Panov – Director.

Bulgaria 2013/2014

Fundraising training and consultancy

  • 2-day training on fundraising in Bulgaria on 7-8 November 2013.
  • Training program on fundraising for cultural organizations. The program consisted of two 2-day trainings – the first one was organized on 31 March and 1 April 2014 and the second one – in the fall of 2014. Between the two trainings the Consultants gave a homework assignment for participants and reviewed their tasks and gave feedback to participating organizations.
  • 2-day training on fundraising for museums in Bulgaria on 2-3 April 2014.
  • Preparation of the material on corporate fundraising (including proof reading). The material was finalized by 1 March 2014.

Trainers and experts: Jan Kroupa, Jana Ledvinová

Refferences: The Bulgarian Center for Not-for-Profit Law with seat and management address: 3 Hristo Belchev Str., Sofia 1000, Bulgaria, represented by Luben Panov – Director.

Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Czech Republic 2014/2015

„Central and Eastern European Trainers Network for Fundraising and Long Term Sustainability of the Civil Sector”. Project was focused on 3 EaP countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia), where the applicant has had experience implementing successfulprojects with local partners – training centers and support organizations.  The V4 team will provide resource mobilization know-how, applying effective development models from their countries.

  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Moldova – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Ukraine – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Georgia – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Training for Trainers School – 10 days, 25 participants (15 from EaP countries),
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising,
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising.
  • Fundraising Training Curricula customized for the actual needs in EaP countries.
  • Project team of experts: Jana Ledvinová, Jan Kroupa, Magdalena Špačková

Supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

Czech Republic 2010/2012

The CzechFundraisingCenterinitiated and is among the implementing partners  theStrengthening Fundraising Capacities of NGDOs in Central Europe project supported by the EUAid. This large international research, networking, training and capacity building program focuses on identifying, sharing and disseminating best practice examples and know-how in resource mobilization and practice in central and eastern Europe, bringing innovation from the UK and western Europe. This project involved an extensive comparative research of the specifics of resource mobilization for humanitarian, emergency and development aid abroad in the CEE region (specifically in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary), four fact-finding trips organized by the four national partners and one week-long fact-finding trip to the UK and publishing a collection of case studies from this region focused on topics related to the resource mobilization for emergency and development aid in the CEE context entitled Hearts and Money (available for download in English at http://www.ngdofundraising.net/book). The role of the Czech Fundraising Center included – initiation and participation in the project design; participation in the fact-finding trips and best practice identification; Jan Kroupa contributed with a case study to the Heart and Money publication; Jan Kroupa was a trainer during the two 3 day regional workshops in Budapest, Hungary and Warsaw, Poland with the aim to disseminate learning from the project; Jana Ledvinová and Jan Kroupa will lead the country dissemination workshops to take place within this project; Jan Kroupa is the keynote speaker of the conclusive project conference scheduled for May 23 and 24, 2012.

Czech Republic 2008

Complex Research of Fundraising, Fundraising Environemnt and Fundraising Potential in the Czech Republic commissioned through the Resource Alliance for a third party contractor, carried out by Jan Kroupa, Jana Ledvinová and Markéta Krausová of the Czech Fundraising Center and supervised by Simon Collins (former CEO of the Resource Alliance). This research involved desk and academic research, but focused on primary data collection (interviews, questionnaires, focus groups), involving all relevant stakeholders (NGO leaders, corporations, CSR managers, fundraising agencies, institutional donor representatives, donors, high net worth individuals, legacy donors, legislators, professional advisors etc.)

Estonia

Estonia

Estonia 2008/2010

Research of local conditions of fundraising for animal protection and WSPAfundraising capacity regional development was implemented by the Resource Alliance during 2008 – 2010. Jana Ledvinova and Petr Baboucek from the Czech Fundraising Center were responsible for the project implementation in the Eastern and Central Europe and Jordan. Jana Ledvinova worked as a long term couch and consultant in Estonia, Armenia and Jordan, Petr Baboucek worked in Romania. Project was supported by WSPA.

Georgia

Georgia

Georgia 2014/2015

Central and Eastern European Trainers Network for Fundraising and Long Term Sustainability of the Civil Sector”. Project was focused on 3 EaP countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia), where the applicant has had experience implementing successful projects with local partners – training centers and support organizations.  The V4 team will provide resource mobilization know-how, applying effective development models from their countries.

  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Moldova – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Ukraine – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Georgia – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Training for Trainers School – 10 days, 25 participants (15 from EaP countries),
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising,
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising.
  • Fundraising Training Curricula customized for the actual needs in EaP countries.
  • Project team of experts: Jana Ledvinová, Jan Kroupa, Magdalena Špačková

Supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

Georgia 2013

Project Learning the Experience of NGOs from V4 Countries in Social Entrepreneurship”. Study tour to Czech Republic lasted from 10 March to 14 March 2013. 3 NGO managers from Azerbaijan (Hasan Huseynli, director of „Intelligent Citizen“ Enlightenment Center Public Union, Ahmad Guliyev, chairman of “Development in Science and Education” Public Union and Konul Mirzayeva, director of “Magic Carpet” Children and Youth Public Union) and 1 NGO representative from Georgia (George Gigiberia, education advisor, “Center for International Education”) participated at study tour. 4 day training course on Social Entrepreneurship for NGO representatives from Azerbaijan and Georgia was conducted by Czech Fundraising Center in Prague. Trainers were Ms.Jana Ledvinova and Mr.Jan Kroupa. The training workshop dealt with the concept of social entrepreneurship, planning entrepreneurship scheme, testing enterprise ideas and financial planning for social entrepreneurship.

Georgia 2011

Vocational training development focused on Georgian IDPs and NGO empowerment with emphasis on V4 transformation and EU accession done together with Eurasia Partnership Foundation, Georgia, IDP NNO representatives, (supported by the Visegrad Fund), 2011, trainers and consultants: Jana Ledvinova, Jan Kroupa, Petr Baboucek

The project targets NGOs working with IDP communities and will develop their training and consultation skills (to be able to provide standard vocational training programs) based on the example of community enterprise development training and consulting. We will use the tested Social Enterprise Development training module adjusted to IDP communities and their socio-economic situation and post-war conditions. The training segment of the project will be complemented by a study tour to the V4 countries, involving our partners fromSlovakia,HungaryandPoland, and grant-making to provide small start-up funding to cogent and innovative entrepreneurial ideas, involving our project partner, Eurasia Partnership Foundation.

Georgia 2009/2010

Extensive project to support the development of social entrepreneurship in Georgia and Armenia done together with Eurasia Partnership Foundation and the Resource Alliance, Georgia and Armenia, NNO representatives, (MZV ČR), 2009-2010, trainers and consultants: Jana Ledvinova, Jan Kroupa, Petr Baboucek, Marketa Krausova, Jana Liskova

The goal of the project was to promote social enterprise inArmenia andGeorgia as a viable business model for organizations that are driven by both social objectives/mission and profit through training, consulting and grant support to non-profits for concrete entrepreneurial projects.

Georgia 2007

Civil Sector Development Training for Georgian Lawyers, Georgia, 2007, 3 days, trainer Jan Kroupa (2007)

Georgia 2003

Sustainable Development of NNOs  and Cooperation with Government, Georgia and Abchazia – Youth NNO representatives, (UMCOR) September 2003 – 5 days. Trainers: Jana Ledvinová and Petr Baboucek

Hungary

Hungary

Hungary 2014/2015

„Central and Eastern European Trainers Network for Fundraising and Long Term Sustainability of the Civil Sector”. Project was focused on 3 EaP countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia), where the applicant has had experience implementing successfulprojects with local partners – training centers and support organizations.  The V4 team will provide resource mobilization know-how, applying effective development models from their countries.

  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Moldova – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Ukraine – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Georgia – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Training for Trainers School – 10 days, 25 participants (15 from EaP countries),
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising,
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising.
  • Fundraising Training Curricula customized for the actual needs in EaP countries.
  • Project team of experts: Jana Ledvinová, Jan Kroupa, Magdalena Špačková

Supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

Hungary 2010/2012

The CzechFundraisingCenterinitiated and is among the implementing partners  theStrengthening Fundraising Capacities of NGDOs in Central Europe project supported by the EUAid. This large international research, networking, training and capacity building program focuses on identifying, sharing and disseminating best practice examples and know-how in resource mobilization and practice in central and eastern Europe, bringing innovation from the UK and western Europe. This project involved an extensive comparative research of the specifics of resource mobilization for humanitarian, emergency and development aid abroad in the CEE region (specifically in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary), four fact-finding trips organized by the four national partners and one week-long fact-finding trip to the UK and publishing a collection of case studies from this region focused on topics related to the resource mobilization for emergency and development aid in the CEE context entitled Hearts and Money (available for download in English at http://www.ngdofundraising.net/book). The role of the Czech Fundraising Center included – initiation and participation in the project design; participation in the fact-finding trips and best practice identification; Jan Kroupa contributed with a case study to the Heart and Money publication; Jan Kroupa was a trainer during the two 3 day regional workshops in Budapest, Hungary and Warsaw, Poland with the aim to disseminate learning from the project; Jana Ledvinová and Jan Kroupa will lead the country dissemination workshops to take place within this project; Jan Kroupa is the keynote speaker of the conclusive project conference scheduled for May 23 and 24, 2012.

Iraq

Iraq

Iraq 2004/2005

Under the People in Need leadership the Czech Fundraising Centre (Jana Ledvinova and Petr Baboucek) participated as key trainers in the project “Capacity Building of Iraqi Non Governmental Organizations” .  They were responsible for creating curricula, training materials and handouts, training the team of trainers. Five long term (3-4 weeks) training courses for the Iraqi Civic Sector Organizations (CSO) managers (60 persons in total) were implemented until March 2005. Then the key leaders were carefully chosen to participate on the long term training for trainers course (November – December 2005).

Jordan

Jordan

Jordan 2012/2013  

Specialized Workshop for Enhancing the Capacities of the Trainer Network in Jordan

  • Training for trainer’s courses was implemented to strengthen the professional capacity of local trainers.  The course provided to participants attitud-based training expertise together with suitable training methods and strategies and experiential learning principles.
  • Local trainers developed special locally adapted samples of training curricula together with the international team of experts to find the balance between the CEE knowledge and local cultural and social aspects.
  • Local trainers got training manuals and handouts for their future work and personal professional development.

Conducted for:  CSP Trainer Network: Professional Development Program 2012-2013; Contracted with AED, Academy for Educational Deveplopment, USA

Jordan 2004/2005  

Under the People in Need leadership the Czech Fundraising Centre (Jana Ledvinova and Petr Baboucek) participated as key trainers in the project “Capacity Building of Iraqi Non Governmental Organizations” .  They were responsible for creating curricula, training materials and handouts, training the team of trainers. Five long term (3-4 weeks) training courses for the Iraqi Civic Sector Organizations (CSO) managers (60 persons in total) were implemented until March 2005. Then the key leaders were carefully chosen to participate on the long term training for trainers course (November – December 2005).

Jordan 2008/2009

Research of local conditions of fundraising for animal protection and WSPAfundraising capacity regional development was implemented by the Resource Alliance during 2008 – 2010. Jana Ledvinova and Petr Baboucek from theCzechFundraisingCenter were responsible for the project implementation in the Eastern and Central Europe andJordan. Jana Ledvinova worked as a long term couch and consultant inEstonia,Armenia andJordan, Petr Baboucek worked inRomania. Project was supported by WSPA.

Moldova

Moldova

Moldova 2014/2015

„Central and Eastern European Trainers Network for Fundraising and Long Term Sustainability of the Civil Sector”. Project was focused on 3 EaP countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia), where the applicant has had experience implementing successfulprojects with local partners – training centers and support organizations.  The V4 team will provide resource mobilization know-how, applying effective development models from their countries.

  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Moldova – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Ukraine – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Georgia – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Training for Trainers School – 10 days, 25 participants (15 from EaP countries),
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising,
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising.
  • Fundraising Training Curricula customized for the actual needs in EaP countries.
  • Project team of experts: Jana Ledvinová, Jan Kroupa, Magdalena Špačková

Supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

Moldova 2007

Increasing financial sustainability of Civil Society Organizations in the Republic of Moldova by Two Trainings of Trainers in Fundraising and Social Entrepreneurship Fields

The goal of the Training of Trainers programme was to enable NGOs in the Republic of Moldova to research resources in their country through developing their institutional capacity, transparency and effectiveness in mobilizing resources, and promoting individual giving corporate giving, partnership building with governments and social entrepreneurships. 
These goals were fulfilled by training (2 x 5 day workshop) and follow up workshops (2×4 day session) for a group of national trainers in the field of increasing financial sustainability of NGOs in the Republic of Moldova. The group of local trainers (20) was trained and then the top trainers were selected to transfer the knowledge and experience within the Republic of Moldova. Trainers were provided with methods, tools and approaches on fundraising and social entrepreneurship in order to achieve increasing financial sustainability of civil sector organizations. Trainers received special training materials and methodology for fundraising and social entrepreneurship training.

The contract was managed by Jana Ledvinova, the project leader. Additional consultants/trainers (Eva Varga, Petr Baboucek and Jan Kroupa). 
The project was implemented by the Resource Alliance together with the Czech Fundraising Center (Czech Republic) and NESsT (Hungary), partners of the Resource Alliance.
Refferences: The Resource Alliance, 5th Floor Development House, 56-64 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4LT, http://www.resource-alliance.org/

Moldova 2007

Needs assessment and research of local conditions for the development of fundraising, interviewing and selecting the key leaders – NGO representatives and skilled trainers and speakers and 4 week long training workshops were implemented by the team of the Czech Fundraising Center and thr Resource Alliance ) Jana Ledvinova, Jan Kroupa, Petr Baboucek) as a part of the project: ¨Increasing financial sustainability of Civil Society Organizations in the Republic of Moldova“ . Systematisation of knowledge on acquiring resources and funds in according to legislative and specifics fundraising activities on local level in Moldova, suitable methods, tools and skills were one of the major outcomes of this project. The project was supported by UNDP.

Poland

Poland

Poland 2014/2015

„Central and Eastern European Trainers Network for Fundraising and Long Term Sustainability of the Civil Sector”. Project was focused on 3 EaP countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia), where the applicant has had experience implementing successfulprojects with local partners – training centers and support organizations.  The V4 team will provide resource mobilization know-how, applying effective development models from their countries.

  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Moldova – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Ukraine – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Georgia – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Training for Trainers School – 10 days, 25 participants (15 from EaP countries),
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising,
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising.
  • Fundraising Training Curricula customized for the actual needs in EaP countries.
  • Project team of experts: Jana Ledvinová, Jan Kroupa, Magdalena Špačková

Supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

Poland 2010/2012

The CzechFundraisingCenterinitiated and is among the implementing partners  theStrengthening Fundraising Capacities of NGDOs in Central Europe project supported by the EUAid. This large international research, networking, training and capacity building program focuses on identifying, sharing and disseminating best practice examples and know-how in resource mobilization and practice in central and eastern Europe, bringing innovation from the UK and western Europe. This project involved an extensive comparative research of the specifics of resource mobilization for humanitarian, emergency and development aid abroad in the CEE region (specifically in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary), four fact-finding trips organized by the four national partners and one week-long fact-finding trip to the UK and publishing a collection of case studies from this region focused on topics related to the resource mobilization for emergency and development aid in the CEE context entitled Hearts and Money (available for download in English at http://www.ngdofundraising.net/book). The role of the Czech Fundraising Center included – initiation and participation in the project design; participation in the fact-finding trips and best practice identification; Jan Kroupa contributed with a case study to the Heart and Money publication; Jan Kroupa was a trainer during the two 3 day regional workshops in Budapest, Hungary and Warsaw, Poland with the aim to disseminate learning from the project; Jana Ledvinová and Jan Kroupa will lead the country dissemination workshops to take place within this project; Jan Kroupa is the keynote speaker of the conclusive project conference scheduled for May 23 and 24, 2012.

Romania

Romania

Romania 2008/2010

Research of local conditions of fundraising for animal protection and WSPAfundraising capacity regional development was implemented by the Resource Alliance during 2008 – 2010. Jana Ledvinova and Petr Baboucek from theCzechFundraisingCenter were responsible for the project implementation in the Eastern and Central Europe andJordan. Jana Ledvinova worked as a long term couch and consultant inEstonia,Armenia andJordan, Petr Baboucek worked inRomania. Project was supported by WSPA.

Russia

Russia

Russia 2009

Collecting network/charity/lobbying/government cooperation/fundraising experiences in Czech Republic and Russia, legal expertise on charity work in Russia was done by the Czech Fundraising Center together with the Foundation for the Development of Non-governmental Organizations (the “NGO School”) as a part of the project “Raising Experience for Charities” in 2007.CzechFundraisingCenter, was responsible for consolidation of European experience of charity and network operation, as well as for providing experts and consultants. The key-role of theCzechFundraisingCenter is to “promote and represent Russian network as an equal-opportunity partner among thematic networks: charity and fundraising”. Project was supported by the European Commission.

Russia 2007

Research of civil sector needs, planning, preparation and implementation of Training for Trainers for NGOs in Moscow, Russia. Project was implemented by Jana Ledvinova, contracted by the Resource Alliance and theCzechFundraisingCenter together with the NGO School Foundation (125009,Moscow, ul. Tverskaya, 24/2, Entrance 2, Floor 5) – the Russian partners of theCzechFundraisingCenter (e.g. the International Fundraising Festival,Prague). The seminar was conducted on September 25-26, 2007, from 10 am to 6 pm, at ul. Pokrovka, dom 27, stroyeniye 1,Moscow.

Slovakia

Slovakia

Slovakia 2014/2015

„Central and Eastern European Trainers Network for Fundraising and Long Term Sustainability of the Civil Sector”. Project was focused on 3 EaP countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia), where the applicant has had experience implementing successfulprojects with local partners – training centers and support organizations.  The V4 team will provide resource mobilization know-how, applying effective development models from their countries.

  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Moldova – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Ukraine – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Georgia – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Training for Trainers School – 10 days, 25 participants (15 from EaP countries),
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising,
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising.
  • Fundraising Training Curricula customized for the actual needs in EaP countries.
  • Project team of experts: Jana Ledvinová, Jan Kroupa, Magdalena Špačková

Supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

Slovakia 2010/2012

The CzechFundraisingCenterinitiated and is among the implementing partners  theStrengthening Fundraising Capacities of NGDOs in Central Europe project supported by the EUAid. This large international research, networking, training and capacity building program focuses on identifying, sharing and disseminating best practice examples and know-how in resource mobilization and practice in central and eastern Europe, bringing innovation from the UK and western Europe. This project involved an extensive comparative research of the specifics of resource mobilization for humanitarian, emergency and development aid abroad in the CEE region (specifically in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary), four fact-finding trips organized by the four national partners and one week-long fact-finding trip to the UK and publishing a collection of case studies from this region focused on topics related to the resource mobilization for emergency and development aid in the CEE context entitled Hearts and Money (available for download in English at http://www.ngdofundraising.net/book). The role of the Czech Fundraising Center included – initiation and participation in the project design; participation in the fact-finding trips and best practice identification; Jan Kroupa contributed with a case study to the Heart and Money publication; Jan Kroupa was a trainer during the two 3 day regional workshops in Budapest, Hungary and Warsaw, Poland with the aim to disseminate learning from the project; Jana Ledvinová and Jan Kroupa will lead the country dissemination workshops to take place within this project; Jan Kroupa is the keynote speaker of the conclusive project conference scheduled for May 23 and 24, 2012.

Turkey

Turkey

Turkey 2006/2007

Reproductive Health Programme in Turkey supporting

  • CSO sustainability – options for CSOs to mobilise resources and what is involved in building their capacity to do this.
  • CSO networks – models of successful network formation and financing
  • Planning a series of workshops for CSOs designed to facilitate the creation of a sustainable network in reproductive health.

A four day workshop was conducted inAnkarafrom 27-30 November.  The first two days were a training in CSO sustainability covering sources of funds and other support, techniques for securing support and linked issues around CSO management capacities, programme quality, accountability and financial management.  The third day focused on why a CSO network is needed, what it will do and what MoH can do to assist such a network. A four day workshop was conducted in Ankara from 5-8 March 2007.  The meeting was attended by 17 representatives from 14 CSOs and by members of the MoH CSO team. A five day Workshop was conducted in Ankara from 26-30 March 2007.  The meeting was attended by 12-14 representatives from 16 CSOs and by members of the MoH CSO team. Trainers: Simon Collings and Jana Ledvinová.

More information could be found here:  http://fundraising.cz/v1/reproductive-health-programme-in-turkey/

The project was implemented by the Resource Alliance together with the Czech Fundraising Center (Czech Republic) partner of the Resource Alliance.

Ukraine

Ukraine

Ukraine 2014/2015

„Central and Eastern European Trainers Network for Fundraising and Long Term Sustainability of the Civil Sector”. Project was focused on 3 EaP countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia), where the applicant has had experience implementing successfulprojects with local partners – training centers and support organizations.  The V4 team will provide resource mobilization know-how, applying effective development models from their countries.

  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Moldova – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Ukraine – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Fundraising Training Workshop in Georgia – 3 days,  15 participants,
  • Training for Trainers School – 10 days, 25 participants (15 from EaP countries),
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising,
  • Expert Network of CEE Trainers for Fundraising.
  • Fundraising Training Curricula customized for the actual needs in EaP countries.
  • Project team of experts: Jana Ledvinová, Jan Kroupa, Magdalena Špačková

Supported by the International Visegrad Fund.