Experienced Strategy and Non Profit Specialist
You’re passionate about a cause and you’ll like to start a well structured NGO that can attract funds, but you don’t really know how to start. .
with Osayi Alile
Learn how to start and run an NGO that gets funding
Osayi Alile is a quintessential leader with over 20 years in the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) and the third sector with a wide array of experience covering International Development, Business and Philanthropic Management, Fundraising and Sustainability.
Her degrees in Sociology and Public Administration from Rutgers University, New Jersey prepared her to be a catalyst for change as she has revolutionised the non- profit sector in Nigeria and beyond. She possesses Executive Certifications from LBS (Nigeria), IMD, Cranfield, Harvard University and YALE.
Osayi Alile is currently the Chief Executive Officer at ACT Foundation, a grant- making non-profit organisation that provides funding to social sector organisations focused in the areas of Health, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Leadership. Through her hard work, dedication and resilience, ACT Foundation has been adjudged the “Not-For-Profit of the Year” at the 2018 SERAS CSR Awards.
As a visionary leader, Ms. Alile has served in various leadership capacities including being the Executive Director, FATE Foundation; Vice President, Junior Achievement of Nigeria; and CSR Consultant, Access Bank Plc.
Osayi Alile has served the nation and the world at large in various capacities including Council Member on Youth Unemployment for the World Economic Forum Global Agenda; Committee Member, Ministry of Communication Technology for IT Business Incubation Technology; and was recognised as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
Osayi Alile is also the founding curator of the Global Shapers Forum Nigeria and serves as a consultant on sustainability, non-profit management and strategy. She is a columnist and writes on entrepreneurship and business development in Nigeria’s leading daily, The Guardian.
Past Chairperson, Women in Management, Business and Public Policy (WIMBIZ), Osayi Alile sits on several boards including House of Tara, Zapphaire Events, Future Projects, Africa Leadership Network Forum, IDEA Hub and Global Dignity, an affiliation of the World Economic Forum in Norway.
Osayi Alile is passionate about women, youth empowerment, equality and creating positive social impact in our world.
Lesson One: NGO Redefined
Lesson Two: Before you register your NGO
Lesson Three: Good Quality NGO Essentials
Lesson Four: SWOT analysis
Lesson Five: Getting Legal
Lesson One: Governing Body
Lesson Two: Organizational Design
Lesson One: Planning the funding needs
Lesson Two: Budgeting
Lesson One: How to write proposals
Lesson Two: Agencies who give funds
Lesson One : Building your NGO brand
Lesson Two: Social media marketing
Lesson One: Managing Donor Funds
Lesson Two: Financial Management
Lesson One: Monitoring and Evaluation
Lesson Two: Monitoring and Evaluation Tools
Lesson Three: Impact Evaluation
Lesson Four: Conclusion
Lesson One: Attracting People
Lesson Two: Retaining People
Pay N73,500 Only
Yes, this course takes you through the rudiments of what you need to start your NGO
When does the course start?
After you pay, we will send you a welcome email with your login details and you can start watching all the video lessons.
I’m so busy…Will I have the time to learn all these?
The beauty about this online course is that you can watch it at your convenience. You don’t even have to watch all the lessons at once. You can watch one lesson this week, watch the second lesson next week, etc. You have access to all the videos for life, and you can watch them at your own pace.
Will I have any access to Osayi Alile if I pay for this online course?
No, we can’t promise this. You will however have access to the video lessons.
Can I download the course content?
You can’t download the videos. They will always be available when you log into your account.
How long are the video lessons?
The lessons are between 5 – 20 minutes, so that you can consume the lessons even if you have a busy schedule.
How much is the online course?
It is N73,500, but you can pay in two monthly installments of N42,000. If you pay installmentally, you will get access to the course after you have paid your second installment
How does the online course work?
You will be given a username and password to access the video lessons and workbooks. The lessons come in video format, and you can watch them over and over again.
How long will I have access to the online course after I pay for it?
You have access to the course for up to one year.
How long do I have to spend watching the online course?
You can watch the lessons at your own convenience, depending on your schedule. You can also rewatch the lessons over and over again at your own pace. This is one of the benefits of investing in this online course.
What type of device do I need to watch the lessons?
Any computer, tablet or phone that has access to the internet
Do you offer refunds for the online course?
Unfortunately we don’t offer refunds after we have given you the username and password to access the online course.