SUNGO provides a wide range of services to support its members. Details of these services are provided below.
SUNGO has a well established reputation for the training courses that it
conducts for its members. These courses
aim to build the capacity of member organisations to manage both their
organisations and the programmes they offer.
Courses which SUNGO has provided cover topics such as organisation management, project management, governance, climate change, financial management, counselling, report writing, computer skills, data collection and research skills.
As well as providing courses SUNGO offers mentoring to its members on a one to one or group basis including guidance on applying for funding. SUNGO has also developed tools to allow organisations to assess their own capacity and has conducted such assessment on behalf of CSSP.
SUNGO also has resources available (policies, templates etc) useful for organisations looking to improve their governance, administrative and programme processes.
For information about upcoming SUNGO courses and resources available for development, Click Here, or contact SUNGO Capacity Building Coordinator Faapito Opetaia Ph 24322, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Satisfied course participants
SUNGO provides regular useful
information for its members through newsletters, Facebook and email.
The SUNGO Facebook page keeps members up to date with the most recent events and the newsletter published regularly provides an overview of what SUNGO has been doing.
SUNGO keeps members up to date with information about funding opportunities and also provides help to those making applications for funding.
For more information about funding opportunities your organization can apply for Click Here
If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter please go to the Home Page and click on the link to subscribe
To contact our Information and Communications Officer Temukisa Sione-Leatuao, please call 24322 or email email@example.com
Reaching out to SUNGO members
SUNGO acts as an important voice for civil society in consultations and
government committees. SUNGO hosts regular forums for its members to discuss
issues of national importance so that it can truly represent the view of its
members when advocating to government and agencies on behalf of SUNGO members.
In 2020, SUNGO coordinated 16 forums across Samoa to gain the view of members about proposed legislation regarding land and titles.
SUNGO has established a Research Unit with two staff able to undertake
research projects and to better analyse information about civil society and the
programmes that SUNGO offers.
To contact our Research Officer Iairo Jnr WongLing Tala please call 24322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (check email address re update)
Research staff training via Zoom technology
Spotlight project Violence against Women and Girls – capacity assessment