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Image: Symphonia for South Africa one of the best NGOs in the world 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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Image: Invitation: Partners for Possibility Information Session - Cape Town Partners for Possibility (PfP) is a creative and collaborative solution to South Africa’s education system

Partners for Possibility (PfP) is a creative and collaborative solution to South Africa’s education system, and we’d like to give you the opportunity to understand how it works and ask any questions you have.   

Image: 2016 WISE Awards PfP has been selected as a finalist in the global WISE Awards for 2016.

The WISE Awards is an international competition that seeks to identify and celebrate initiatives aimed at improving the education sector. Every year a panel of judges and selectors choose 15 organisations and select 6 for the prestigious WISE Award. This year the selectors have identified organisations from Canada, the USA, Mexico, France, China, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Brazil, Spain, India, Paraguay and South Africa.   

Image: PfP has been chosen as one of the beneficiaries of this year’s 99er This is your chance to be a PfP Champion!

The Annual 99er Cycle Tour and Mountain Bike Challenge is less than a month away and the Partners for Possibility (PfP) team is gearing up to participate in the Cycle Tour and the Fun Walk.   

Image: Social enterprise giving hope to the community

"After my son died, one of my employers’ children suggested that I come up with something to keep myself busy, so that it could help me heal. I loved sewing so I decided to start sewing". These are the words of Martha Letsoalo.














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