Inyathelo invites you to a presentation on the Findings for the 2016 ASPIHE Report based on 2015 data. The initiative introduces a robust mechanism for collecting reliable and consistent data making it increasingly possible to discern and analyse trends in philanthropic income to universities.
The South African Nonprofits and Social Media Survey (2015 – 2016)shows that the vast majority of South African nonprofit organisations are seeing positive benefits through using social media. This is despite the fact that more than 80% of NPOs do not allocate a budget for social media, close to 50% said that staff lacked the expertise to manage social media, and almost one-third said they have no communications plan to guide their social media work.
Central to Inyathelo’s work is the development, documentation and dissemination of local knowledge and information in all areas of our work. Most of our resources and publications are freely available on our website.
Central to Inyathelo’s work is building and sharing new local knowledge through top-quality research publications. Our latest report focusses on the learnings from the 2014 Inyathelo Leadership Symposium which was undertaken in partnership with the Private Philanthropy Circle, a network of local and international philanthropic foundations that make grants in South Africa. All of Inyathelo’s research reports are available for free download.