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INESAD: A practical guide to fundraising

By 19 August 2014

This blog is part of a showcase of exhibits from Latin American think tanks participating in the Think Tank Initiative’s Policy Engagement and Communications (PEC) programme. You may view other entries on the Latin America PEC Showcase Overview Page. 

The development of Policy Engagement and Communication (PEC) processes is a key priority for INESAD., To support this aspect of INESAD’s work, several tools for improving the Think Tank’s internal and external processes have been utilized including the development of guidelines for identifying funding opportunities to improve financial sustainability. This practical guide to fundraising was developed by Anaité Vargas as part of the PEC programme to enable INESAD to develop a strategy for fundraising and to reach a greater understanding of the context in which INESAD is operating.

Guide for developing a Sustainability Plan. Development of Policy Engagement and Communication (PEC) processes is INESAD’s priority, and includes the aim to use several tools to improve the Think Tank’s internal and external processes. Among these processes are guidelines for seeking funding opportunities to improve financial sustainability. This practical guide was developed by Anaité Vargas, as part of the PEC programme, to enable INESAD to develop a strategy for fund-raising through reaching a general understanding of its context.

Read this blog in Spanish.

Showcase exhibit: View INESAD’s Fundraising Strategy (Spanish only)

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