The efforts to build a more just, prosperous society respectful of human rights cannot be understood solely by analyzing the actions of the public sector, international cooperation and corporate social investment. For this, it is necessary to understand the many important actions carried out by numerous initiatives from civil society organizations that are complementary to those carried out in the public and private sectors.
The civil society organizations (CSOs), also called non-state actors (NSAs) are diverse non-profit making entities that operate autonomously.
Our Civil Society Support Team provides support services to NSAs in their efforts to increase their access to funding, stregthen project management capacities to bring about social change. We also support donors in dealing with the grant cycle management.
Civil society organizations may comprise the following entities: (i) foundations, (ii) professional associations, (iii) co-ooperatives, (iv) religious groups, (v) non-incorporated associations, (vi) media groups, (vii) local interest groups, (viii) employer guilds, (ix) trade unions and (x) incorporated NSA networks.
At DEVPOLES we provide third-generation CSO mapping analitics in line with state-of-the-art technologies.