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Supporting sustainable development in Myanmar

19 May 2015

Chaw Ei Ei Soe is Partner Finance and Administration Support Manager for Plan International Myanmar, a role that involves providing technical support to partner NGOs. This includes reviewing their finances and helping to strengthen their administrative, account-keeping and monitoring capacities.

Her experience in the private and NGO sectors has made her an advocate of the power of strong financial management, and the impact that a meaningful understanding of finance can have on an organisation’s overall effectiveness. Following her attendance at a recent Mango training course we asked her to reflect on the experience, and the ways in which it has aided the capacity building of her organisation, Plan Myanmar, and its partners. 

 

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The benefits of financial management in Fiji

19 May 2015

Conciliation Resources in an independent organisation working with people to prevent violence and build peace. It recently commissioned three Mango courses for its partners covering the key themes of mastering basic financial management, financial sustainability and grant management.

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Never too old to learn new (elearning) tricks!

7 May 2015

For many, the term 'elearning' brings to mind dry, boring webinars that do little to inspire or engage participants. If you're responsible for developing training as part of your NGO's capacity building approach, you may already be considering online learning as an option. But how does it work in practice? And are there creative ways to make the online learning environment work for you? In this blog post, Mango's Director of Learning and Development, Terry Lewis, shares some of the discoveries she has made on her own elearning development journey.

 

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