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Symphonia for South Africa one of the best NGOs in the world

Categories: ALL THE NEWS , Sustainability | Author: News Desk | Posted: 2018/02/05 | Views: 1462
Rated as one of the 100 best NGOs in the world, say the independent analysts who created the 2018 Geneva Rankings.

Symphonia’s ranking – 97 of 500 – was made public last week by the independent group NGO Advisor. The rankings following a process to identify the 500 top NGOs in the world. It is the first time that Symphonia and its flagship project – the Partners for Possibility programme – have been rated.

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PfP releases annual report for 2016/17

Did you know that in the 2016/2017 financial year, Partners for Possibility recruited 177 business leaders and delivered 26,550 hours of professional services to schools in its network?

This and other highlights are listed in its most recent annual report for the 2016/2017 financial year. In the report, PfP highlights how it added 177 schools to its network in the financial year, bringing its total network to 573. This network has grown even further and soon, PfP will host a celebration to welcome its 700th school to the network.

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More circles, more opportunities to make a difference

Following the growing demand from under-resourced schools and the interest in the PfP programme from new areas, Partners for Possibility will soon expand its network to new towns and areas across South Africa.

Among the new regions are Potchefstroom, Port Elizabeth, De Aar, Sishen, Upington, Pofadder and Nelspruit. These new circles will create a presence for the organisation in the North West and Northern Cape provinces, while the planned PE circle will build on the existing network in the Eastern Cape.

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Come celebrate 700 schools with us

Last year, when Partners for Possibility received an award for the strength of its leadership development programme from HR.com, judges of the awards remarked on PfP’s rapid growth over the past few years.

PfP started in 2010 with one school – Grassy Park in Cape Town – where Louise van Rhyn and principal Ridwan Samodien worked on the programme that would eventually become Partners for Possibility.

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