Resource Mobilization in CSOs Part II
These guidelines focus on cost recovery strategies in Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). Cost recovery strategies can only be successful if an organization has a strong financial management system involving 1) controlling, 2) conserving, 3) allocating, and 4) investing an organization’s resources.
An organization’s resources can include personnel, equipment, supplies, and non-monetary contributions, such as goodwill, intellectual property, and in-kind donations. It is the role of an organization’s financial management team to maintain a balance between the money and funding an organization receives and its financial outlays.
- Resource Mobilization in CSOs Part I
- How to Raise Funds – The Basics of Fundraising
- Nonprofit Overhead Costs
- Marketing Your Organization's Services
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Training
- A Field Guide to Designing a Health Communication Strategy
- Business Planning for Health, Part III
- Comprehensive Condom Programming A guide for resource mobilization and country programming
- Organizational Development Toolkit
- Understanding Private Sector Domestic Resource Mobilization for Health
March 25, 2019