Drivers of Change awards

 
In search of development Übermenschen
In search of development Übermenschen
Sectors. Stakeholders. Monitoring. Outreach. Yawn! Development jargon can be tiresome. The industry ends up trying to do more of the same as before...
Winning makes the difference
Winning makes the difference
Enke: Make your Mark, a youth entrepreneurship organisation that aims to build a network of young South Africans to take action on urgent local...
A boost for youth education
A boost for youth education
When IkamvaYouth won the 2010 Investing in the Future & Drivers of Change: Civil Society Award, it had five branches in three provinces.
Awards create a platform for growth
Awards create a platform for growth
The Umthombo Youth Development Foundation identifies, trains and supports rural youth to become qualified healthcare professionals to address the...
African philanthropy does not mimic the West
African philanthropy does not mimic the West
African philanthropy is about solidarity, not handouts from obscenely rich elitists, Graça Machel recently told an assembly of the African...
Taking CSI into a bright new era
Taking CSI into a bright new era
When Investing in the Future was launched by the Mail & Guardian in 1989 corporate social investment (CSI) was a fledgling industry in South...
Best for the poor
Best for the poor
Five years on, the people of Southern Africa are showing an increasing interest in the Drivers of Change awards.
Everyone has a role to play in eradicating poverty
Everyone has a role to play in eradicating poverty
With 100-million people in the Southern African Development Community living in abject poverty, it is the moral, social, economic and social...
Building the future on innovation
Building the future on innovation
A war against poverty is not an ordinary war. It is dynamic, non-partisan and should be handled collectively through innovative partnerships that...

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