Tadamon Introductory Seminar

19 March 2024

Calling all Non-Governmental Organizations /Civil Society Organizations from Brunei Darussalam! Join the virtual Tadamon Introductory Seminar on 19 March 2024 and discover how Tadamon can support you in achieving your organization’s goals.

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Do you work for a Civil Society Organization (CSO) in Brunei Darussalam? Are you looking to improve your skills and learn new ones in alternative financing?

You are invited to join the Tadamon Introductory Seminar!

Date and time: March 19 at 3 pm local time

Registration link: https://undp.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KndJ06ArQEa6sSIHvAto2Q

The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), the Islamic Solidarity Fund (ISFD), and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) invite civil society organizations from Brunei Darussalam to learn more about the Tadamon Program through the event - Tadamon National Introductory Seminar.

The invite is for all NGOs / CSOs working in health, education and research, poverty reduction, charity works, youth empowerment, climate change, energy and environment, community development, agriculture, and rural development.

During this seminar, you will be introduced to the Tadamon Program and the program’s objectives, as well as the upcoming capacity-building program: Tadamon Crowdfunding Academy, and how to apply to the program with your innovative project proposals. The program trains NGOs / CSOs to raise funds for their community-focused projects and ideas using crowdfunding.

Also, the NGOs / CSOs will be introduced to other Tadamon opportunities for NGOs / CSOs such as the Tadamon Accelerator, Tadamon Grants to NGOs / CSOs, Tadamon Capacity Strengthening Portal, and many more.

The IsDB – ISFD NGO Empowerment  Program/Tadamon is funded by the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD), managed by the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), and implemented by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and other strategic partners. The mission of the Program is to strengthen the capacity, provide visibility to NGOs / CSOs’ projects and activities, support them to have better access to alternative finance, and connect them to potential partners and donors.

For more information about Tadamon, please check the website: www.tadamon.community

Further details for the National Introductory Seminar can be found here.

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