The webinar video on “New Donors Fundraising from South America to Asia and Beyond” is now available online.
As wealth spreads around the world and new, emerging economies are looking to increase their global standing, a number of them are establishing foreign aid programs. The new EU member states, the BRIC countries, new emerging economies, the Gulf states, and even some oil-producing states in Central Asia are all setting up foreign aid programs. Could you get a grant from the Azerbaijan government? Is the Kazakhstan aid program a likely a donor for you? What are the priorities of Turkey, South Africa, and Chile in foreign aid?
- Who are these new donors?
- What are their priorities and strategic interests?
- How can you best position your organization to access their funds?
Christopher Varady is the founder of SFV Consulting Group. He has worked for both local and international NGOs and has a wide range of experience with major Gulf-based donors and funding mechanisms. In addition to a proven track record of success with all major traditional donors, he has also conducted research, developed strategies, and leveraged funding from several Gulf donors for his clients. Christopher has lived and worked in the Middle East for many years.