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PR webinar for IKI Small Grants organisations

From July to October 2022 we’re delighted to offer to all our grantees a series of PR webinars conducted by the UK-based technology company lightful, dedicated to helping nonprofits understand how they can better use their digital channels. The online training contains three webinar series of three sessions each:

  1. Build your Communication Strategy
  2. Unlock the potential of social media
  3. Showcasing impact through Video

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The learning helps organisations to build an effective digital communications strategy and to engage with a wider audience through social media platforms. With direct actionable advice from the lightful team, the attendees learn how to set goals, understand their audience and finally create engaging video content. The interactive training series contains peer learning and one-by-one counseling with little homework in between the sessions.

“The PR webinar was so educative and interactive, I promise to attend more sessions with you.” reported one of the participants after the first webinar session.

If you are interested in participating please contact IKI Small Grants PR Team: iki-small-grants.pr@de. We are looking forward to the sessions to come!

Improve your project concept: IKI Small Grants webinar on results-based project management

Are you an organisation that has been selected for funding by IKI Small Grants? Are you interested in the current international standards for the results chain logic model? If you want to know how to draft a results chain logic that perfectly fits small scale projects, we highly recommend our latest webinar session.

The IKI Small Grants webinar on results-based project management was held on 10 February 2022. Over 25 organisations from all over the world participated. The webinar featured some crucial knowledge about the current international standards of results-based project management. It explained how to formulate outcome, output, and indicators, using on-ground examples that reflect projects currently implemented under IKI Small Grants. Furthermore, using break-out sessions and open forums it offered plenty of exchange and peer-learning opportunities between the different implementing organisations.

Being able to draft a results chain logic from scratch, understanding its value for project management, and reporting is a crucial step for organisations entering the climate and biodiversity sector.  Especially the information on “SMART” indicators are the key to an effective results chain logic model. The information covered by the webinar can be used for future project proposals and thus help to obtain international funding.

 IKI Small Grants further recommends different learning sessions from the digital learning platform atingi. The Platform provides plenty of professional trainings ranging from monitoring and evaluation, reporting, and fundraising including further sessions on results chain logic. The platform is free to use and available through the following link: atingi.org

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