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PfP Blog PfP selected as one of 6 finalists for the Making your Mark competition

PfP has once again scored recognition for its innovative social enterprise model – this time as one of six shortlisted nominees in Social Enterprise Mark holders’ “Making your Mark” Competition.

The annual competition, which is now in its third year, seeks to recognise the vast and substantial impact accredited social enterprises have made within their local communities and broader society.

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PfP Blog Citadel and PfP Partner for Improved Education

The Citadel Philanthropy Foundation has committed to an ongoing collaboration with PfP to create meaningful partnerships between business leaders and school principals, offering leadership skills transfer and support.

In an April Classic FM philanthropy business feature facilitated by financial journalist Warren Thompson, PfP Stakeholder Engagement Lead Robyn Whittaker and Head of Citadel Marketing Nandipha Solomon discussed the objectives of their respective organisations and how the collaboration would go some way in achieving those aims.

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PfP Blog PfP CEO invited to participate in the Common Good Fellowship programme

Louise van Rhyn, CEO and founder of the Partners for Possibility programme, has been selected to participate in the Common Good Fellowship Programme in the United States.

The fellowship is hosted in Cincinnati and is dedicated to increasing social good and well-being globally. It offers social change leaders, such as Louise, an opportunity to liaise with mentors and access a cross-sectoral community of peers with whom ideas can be shared.

The Common Good Fellowship Programme will allow Louise to share the PfP story with fellow change agents from across the world. She will be able to share the programme’s social innovations and learn from and network with other Fellows on the programme.

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PfP Blog PfP announced as finalist for the WISE Awards

Partners for Possibility has been chosen as one of twelve finalists in this year’s prestigious World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Awards.

Hosted by the Qatar Foundation, the WISE Awards evaluate and award the best social innovations in education from thousands of entries from across the globe. Since the inception of the Awards in 2009, the WISE Awards adjudicators have evaluated more than 2400 impactful basic education projects from all corners of the globe. Each year, six winners are chosen to showcase at the WISE Summit in Qatar, with the winners receiving prize money totalling $20 000 (R250 000).

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PfP Blog Sage Stationery Donation Uplifts Schools

Principal Ridwaan Samodien Kannemeyer learners, receiving the SAGE stationery donation

Sage Foundation marked its Pass on your Passion initiative in the month of January by working with Partners for Possibility (PfP) to deliver much needed stationery supplies to schools.

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PfP Blog Partners for Possibility - transforming learning, one school at a time

Article by Iain Patton

We aren't going to solve our problems with the thinking which led to them. So if we want a better society and a healthier planet it's time to shake things up a bit.

But what I didn't expect, was to find an absolute earthquake of a solution in a South African township!

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PfP Blog LiftOff entry for PfP

See how Inmarsat is supporting education in Cape Town Government Schools

On a recent holiday to Cape Town, Inmarsat’s Chief Commercial Officer Alison Horrocks had the chance to head to the local office and spend some time with the staff to get a better understanding of how they support Inmarsat’s business in the region, and wider afield across Africa and the Middle East.  Alison also found out first-hand how G2 and Enterprise BUs are supporting four under-resourced Government schools in the Cape Town Area.  This is through an innovative leadership development programme, known as Partners for Possibility, or PfP.  The PfP programme is run by Symphonia for South Africa, has been running for 5 years and has made a positive difference to more than 500 schools across the whole of South Africa over this period.   PfP joins a business leader in partnership with the principal of a school for a 12 month development period, supported by leadership workshops and a qualified coach.  The focus of the programme is to help develop better leadership skills in the principal, which then flow down to the School Management Team, Governing Body and ultimately the community of parents, with a consequent improvement in educational outcomes.

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PfP Blog Winelands LC5 Launch

As Partners for Possibility continues to grow across six provinces and it prepares itself to add schools in the Garden Route, it reflects on one new launch in July 2016.

Six schools joined Partners for Possibility in july as a new circle (Winelands 5) in the Western Cape.

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PfP Blog WISE Awards evaluators visit South Africa

Partners for Possibility last week hosted representatives from the global WISE Awards as they visited South Africa and met with members of the team, school principals, business leaders and many of the willing PfP volunteers.

The evaluators –  Aaron Wang of Singapore and Veda Eswarappa of the USA – are from Parthenon-EY. Their visit form part of the comprehensive evaluation of every finalist in the global World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Awards.

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PfP Blog BrainBoosters introduce world-class ECD solution to leaders and principals in Sandton

South African innovation helps children develop literacy and numeracy skills in just 12 weeks

Consider for a moment the task that lay ahead of Karina Strydom.

She took to the stage on 21 April to present her life’s work on Early Childhood Development (ECD) and the social enterprise BrainBoosters that promotes it, but she was faced by a room full of sceptics.

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