CSOs urged to fundraise by documenting their work

As a New Year resolution, some members of the civil society sector in Tanzania have been advised by their peers to invest more on documenting results of their work in communities, if they are to become visible and hence simplify their efforts to fundraise and remain sustainable.

Speaking recently on the lessons learnt from the CSOs Annual Forum organised by the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) towards end of last year, the Executive Director of Mzeituni Foundation based in Ukerewe, Mr. Meshack Masanja, said things have now changed and the world would only like to associate with CSOs that are visible as opposed to those which do so much but never want to get seen.

“I can openly confess that we as local CSOs have been a bit sluggish in documenting our work for our own good. Now that we are entering in the era of implementation of the Strategic Development Goals (SDGs), we have to keep our presence felt and avoid doing business as usual,” advised Masanja.

In line with that, the FCS management and staff wishes the entire CSOs sector to accomplish their entire New Year resolutions and plans for the good of our people and nation.

 

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