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Regent University Affiliates

Kwame Nkrumah University College of Science and Technology

University of Education, Winneba

Maastricht School of Management

Umwelt Campus, Birkenfield

Saint Mary's University

Trinity Theological Seminary



Course Date: June 6-10, 2017

Five working days-from 2:30 pm-7:30pm each day. The time is to allow participant who wish to go to work do so and come to school in the afternoon.


Overall course aims

The overall aim is to:

  • Provide ‘refresher’ training platform in knowledge building and practical skills, for leaders, Management, Middle Level Management
  • Strengthen leadership skills to improve decision-making and coordination


Delivery Methods

Teaching will be based on face-to-face presentation (the use of PowerPoint), group discussions, plenary presentations, video and case studies.

There will be two months mentoring support for participants by resource persons after the training.  


Target groups

  • Executive Council Members
  • Executive Directors/Presidents
  • Directors of Programmes  and Projects
  • Fundraising Staff
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Officers
  • Consultants who work for NGOs
  • Students of Sociology, Human Development and Psychology, Development Studies, Social work, Development Studies and Human Development should take advantage of this workshop to broaden their knowledge and prepare for the world of work.


Proposed Resource Persons

Mrs Ceclia Lodonu Senoo

A trained Nurse and an astute Social Worker, Mrs Senoo holds BA and MPhil in Sociology. She is a PhD student at the University   of Ghana, Legon. Her research area is in NGO financing.

She is the Founder and Executive Director of Hope for Future Generations, a successful Ghanaian NGO working on maternal and Child Health including HIV related thematic areas. She is the Past President of the Society for Women and AIDS in Africa (SWAA) Ghana and also the former Vice President of the Coalition of NGOs in Health.


Dr Joseph Ato Forson, (PhD)

Dr Ato Forson holds PhD in Development Administration, Master of Economic in Applied Finance and BA in Development Planning. He is an adjunct lecturer in renowned institutions including Regent University College. He has both industry and academia experience that makes him suitable for resource for this programme.


Nancy Ansah (Ms)

Ms Ansah is the Registrar for Regent University College of Science and Technology. Ms Ansah is a PhD student at the University of Sheffield, UK, researching into the role of Women Rights Advocacy Groups in reproductive health policy formulation and implementation in Ghana. She holds MPhil in International Affairs, with focus on gender in international discourse, MBA in Management Information Systems and BA in English and Russian languages.

Ms Ansah is the immediate past President of the Society for women and AIDS in Africa (SWAA) Ghana.  


Ms Esi Awotwi

Ms Awotwi is a Doctor of Business Administration student, specializing in Project Management. She holds MBA and also a degree in nursing. She worked with UNFPA for 11 years as the Programme Officer for HIV and AIDS on also on other gender thematic areas.

All resource persons have extensive speaking engagement experience and have served as resource persons for numerous workshops and courses; both within the country and outside the country.


Mr Ebenezer Aryee
Mr Aryee oversees FHI360 operations, including HR, Administration, IT, Procurement, Travel, Vehicle, Facilities and Security Management, to ensure the timely and allocation of human and physical resources required for the organization to achieve its strategic goals. He supports a large and varying number of projects in the area of operations. He formally worked with the Australian High Commission, Grameen Foundation, Marie Stopes International, among others.

Mr Aryee holds MBA with focus on International Finance and Operations Management, MA in International Affairs, and BA in Geography and Spanish.



Course Information

Workshop Description

Since the 1980s, NGOs have participated in the development of their nations especially at the rural/community levels. In addition, NGOs have participated actively in public/social policy formulation and implementation in various countries through advocacy. In Ghana, the onset of HIV and AIDS also led to proliferation on many NGOs as the need to mitigate social and economic effects became necessary.

As NGOs get established and grow, there is the need to ensure quality of leadership which will intend impact quality of the work of these organizations.


Secondly, Competition among NGOs in the delivery of services and in the acquisition of donor funding is rising. To achieve success, NGOs have to continually improve and professionalize their work, which put more and more demands on the Management and leadership of an organization.


Thirdly, the work of NGOS are enhanced, when the right policies are in place and are enforced by government. Advocacy therefore is an integral part of NGOs work even if it is not explicitly stated in the vision and mission of the organization.


This workshop is for NGOs in Health, Education, Advocacy, Child Rights, Women’s Rights, Human Rights, Poverty Reduction, and other areas of development work. Government agencies and donor partners who work closely with NGOs will also find the workshop beneficial.


Indicative Content

  • Overview of NGOs-history, nature and thematic areas of work
  • Leadership theories and skills
  • Management theories and skills
  • Strategic Planning
  • Fundraising Skills including proposal writing
  • Report Writing
  • Advocacy theories and Skills
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Gender as cross cutting issues


NB: Theories, international principles and best practices will be applied in delivery of course content. However, many workshops will include critical local content suitable for the external environment (in country) of all participants wherever they come from. Participants will be allowed to share their experiences, as theories and best practice from around the world are brought to bear to shape knowledge and skills.



Workshop Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  1. Describe the types of NGOs and the dynamics that drive each type and its work as a development organization.
  2. Understand the role and challenges of NGOs (international, national and at community levels).
  3. Learn what is involved in strategic planning and its role in managing an NGO.
  4. Know the position of advocacy in NGO work and how to ensure effective advocacy (agenda setting will be the focus).
  5. Know gender theories and women leadership dynamics and apply it to their specific context.
  6. Understand the basics of how to develop and lead a team.
  7. Become familiar with the principles of good communication and negotiation skills.
  8. Learn the basic rudiments on Fundraising, concentration will be on writing a grant proposal
  9. Understand the dynamic of community engagement and community mobilization
  10. Become familiar with Monitoring and Evaluation concepts and implementation of a monitoring plan.
  11. Learn the basics of project management:  needs assessment, design and implementation.


Course Fee:

The fee per participant is six hundred Ghana Cedis (GHS600) or $200 for international participants. Course/workshop fees entitles a participant to information pack, snack, dinner, water and a certificate of participation.

Accommodation can be arranged for participants who require them at a cost ranging from $50/night-$30/night.


Registration Form

Send your form to the email of the contact below. She will send you payment details and your acceptance on the course letter. Invitation letters will be given to international participants also.

Download Application Form


Payment Details

Bank Name: Access Bank

Branch: Osu 

Account name: Regent University College of Science and Technology 

Account number: 0030100028391


Bank name: Ecobank

Branch: Dansoman

Account name: Regent University College of Science and Technology

Account number: 0080014409688801


Accommodation arrangements

Participants who require accommodation can choose from any of the three (3) listed facilities:

  1. Ridma Management Centre (Bethel house). This is about 10 minutes’ walk from the University. A room per person per night is 200 ( breakfast inclusive).
  2. Sylvia’s hostel (one person in a room is 120, two (2) people in a room). The hostel is five minutes walk from the University. Cost is breakfast inclusive.



Name: Nancy Ansah

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Participants will be given certificate of participation detailing the topics covered at the workshop. Certificate will be issued by Regent University College of Science and Technology.