ANNUAL REPORT 2018/19
AN INCLUSIVE PROGRAMME TO DEVELOP THE FUTURE CUSTODIANS OF SOUTH AFRICA’S NATURAL HERITAGE
VISION AND MISSION
MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRPERSON
MESSAGE FROM THE PROGRAMME MANAGER
BOARD MEMBERS AND CORE TEAM
FUNDERS AND PARTNERS
GreenMatter is a registered NPO and we operate as an independent entity.
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GreenMatter’s Vision & Mission GreenMatter intends, by 2030, to develop a socially equitable and suitably skilled workforce of biodiversity leaders, professional and technicians. The aim of this is to optimally implement national dynamic, expanding and increasingly complex biodiversity and development mandates and goals.
of GreenMatter is that of “a higher quality of life and improved access to education for all people and the conservation of nature in perpetuity”.
of GreenMatter is to develop human capacity for biodiversity conservation and to develop future custodians of South Africa’s natural heritage.
Strategic Objectives One of the goals of GreenMatter includes transformation in the biodiversity sector. As such, it also needs to be transformative in its execution. This means that when stakeholders, advisors or project staff are selected for contributions to strategy implementation, equity and the opportunity to build skills should be strongly considered.
Seeking Multiple Transformations GreenMatter embraces a three-fold approach to transformation, which encompasses:
The need to improve racial equity in the sector
The global and national changes in the approaches to and models for biodiversity conservation, management and research; and
SYSTEMIC IMPLEMENTATION CANNOT SOLELY FOCUS AT AN INDIVIDUAL BENEFICIARY LEVEL. IT NEEDS TO GIVE EQUAL ATTENTION TO DEVELOPING THE CAPACITY OF INSTITUTIONS AND ADDRESSING STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS.
The need to transform the way in which organisations function, in order to render them more effective in achieving their mandates.
GreenMatter’s Vision & Mission
Message from the Chairperson The past year marks the ninth year of GreenMatter as a committed partner in the implementation of South Africa’s 20-year Biodiversity Human Capital Development Strategy (BHCDS). Building communities to support the growth of biodiversity skills and capabilities in South Africa is our response to the growing outcry against the urgent threats to global sustainability. Together with our partners we have established flagship programmes to support a cadre of postgraduate biodiversity scientists in their academic and professional development. We continue to build a community that combines research, practice and policy in the integration of biodiversity content and teacher development. And we have grown a network of vibrant young enviropreneurs with disruptive ideas to confront environmental degradation. Through these initiatives we give expression to the values of the Sustainable Development Goals targeted at improving education and skills development systems in the biodiversity sector As we enter our tenth year, GreenMatter will be embarking on an evaluation of its role as part of a broader ten-year review of the Biodiversity Human Capital Development Strategy. As we take stock of our successes and lessons, we will chart a way forward that sustains our catalytic role in human capacity development within a dynamic SA biodiversity network. GreenMatter’s purpose is to be a catalyst to achieve sustainable and equitable quality of life for all in South Africa by growing human capacity for biodiversity and promoting active involvement by its citizenry. We encourage participation by all partners in the environmental sector to help us to achieve our purpose, for the benefit of the sector
GREENMATTER WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND OUR SINCEREST THANKS TO DR SIBUSISO MANZINI, OUR CEO AT THE TIME THAT THIS WORK WAS EXECUTED. HIS EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP OVER HIS 5 -YEAR SERVICE TO GREENMATTER HAS TAKEN THE ORGANISATION THROUGH MANY VICTORIES AND HAS HELPED TO ESTABLISH GREENMATTER AS A PROGRAMME THAT SERVES TO DEVELOP HUMAN CAPABILITY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR. WE WISH YOU THE VERY BEST WITH YOUR FUTURE PROFESSIONAL ENDEAVOURS.
We thank all our partners for investing in the sustainability of our planet through their support for GreenMatter. We extend a special vote of thanks to our founding partners, The Lewis Foundation and South African National Biodiversity Institute for their ongoing support. SHAFIKA ISAACS GreenMatter Chairperson
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Message from the Programme Manager Developing leaders is important for proper environmental management, conservation and promoting sustainable practices. Leadership skills are the driving force of change. Producing behavioural change is 80% about leadership and 20% about management. In most change efforts, those percentages are reversed. In South Africa we continue to produce great managers, but we need to develop great leaders especially for the environmental sector. The environmental sector is cross sectoral, in the sense that each sector directly relies on the environment for resources. Therefore, it is tantamount to protect our natural resources to ensure a sustainable future. This can only be achieved through developing people to take on this mammoth task. National, provincial and local organisations, including government departments and private companies currently confront challenges such as the need to adapt to a changing climate, design of sustainable food systems, reinvention of cities for sustainability, development of markets for ecosystem goods and services, implementation of renewable energy systems and the protection of vulnerable species as well as the protection of vulnerable communities from environmental injustice. This requires that political, scientific and economic leadership is developed to help tackle these issues and lead a way in finding solutions and managing the outcomes.
We invite you along for this journey, to collaborate and help us to drive collective action in developing and supporting environmental leaders for our future. We’re placing the future of our biodiversity in the right hands and the its looking bright.
GreenMatter strives to address leadership skills and personal and professional development of those wishing to work for and care for the environment. Our work intends to develop individuals, communities and concepts that reflect the challenges and solutions of tomorrow, creating a balance between the economic, environmental and social imperative.
JANAVI DA SILVA GreenMatter Programme Manager
Our work is also focused on creating a culture where people are influenced to act jointly and creatively to confront challenges with an emphasis on collective action. With the ultimate purpose to mobilise and capacitate individuals in an organization or group of organisations to realise a vision of long-term ecological sustainability and a better future for all. GreenMatter undertakes to do all of this whilst aligning with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This alignment is not only reflected in the content of our various programmes but also in our implementation process. With our main focus on building the capacity and develop leadership qualities in the current and future custodians of South Africa’s natural heritage. We look to partner with organisations who share our vision for a more inclusive and robust environmental sector so that we can secure ecologically sustainable development and use of natural resources while promoting justifiable economic and social development, to honour Section 24 of The Constitution of South Africa.
Message from the Programme Manager
Summary of Operations As a mega-biodiverse country, with challenging social development needs, the weight of responsibility on South Africa’s environmental organisations is immense. There is a need to attract, develop, deploy and retain the best talent available to feed the growing skills demand in the country that can support the proper management of our natural environment. GreenMatter is shaped by the following strategic goals: ●● attraction of talented people to the sector, in particular black South Africans; ●● facilitating access to study and work; ●● developing more relevant and high-quality skills for the sector through innovations in higher education; ●● providing opportunities for up-skilling to those already working in the sector; ●● helping organizations to retain talented staff; and; ●● creating enabling conditions for all the above through lobbying, coordination, monitoring and evaluation at the national level.
Our dynamic national context, provides instructive food for thought when planning our programmes on a yearly basis. The challenge of the supply of high-level skills in South Africa continues to be the centrepiece of discussions in education and training. The quality of education at all levels is a subject of much debate and concern. Equity in relation to the representation of black people in management and highly technical skills remains elusive. The recent protests at the universities regarding tuition fees highlighted the need to continue to provide financial support for deserving students so that they may access higher education. Meanwhile, the growing spectre of unemployed graduates is indicative of misaligned skills and the need to bridge the gap between education and the world of work.
SANBI Reports to DEA & Treasury
Biodiversity Human Capital Development Strategy (BHCDS)
Founders Lewis Foundation Board of trustees
GreenMatter Partnership NPC
GreenMatter Board of Directors
GreenMatter executive programme director with management team
GreenMatter implementation partners
Advisory groups, steering, project partners
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National forums, service providers, researchers, funders and other partners
Catalytic Programmes The GreenMatter Core Team is responsible for coordinating all GreenMatter projects and for managing the organisation on a day-to-day basis, as well as its legal and financial interests. The Core Team is also responsible for raising funds from partners and sponsors to support GreenMatter projects and initiatives as well as to ensure the sustainability of the organisation.
Wider national context
Personal & Professional development
Greenmatter Postgraduate Fellowship Holistic Support
GreenMatter Postgraduate Fellowship The Postgraduate Fellowship is unique in that it offers a range of development opportunities and welcomes graduates, young professionals and established leaders from all walks of life. It emphasises camaraderie, community and peer learning, while encouraging individual excellence. Financial support is complemented by networking, mentoring and structured professional development opportunities. It promotes the view that leadership for biodiversity can and should be evident across sectors, occupations, qualifications and positions. The GreenMatter Postgraduate Fellowship targets young leaders studying for biodiversity across disciplines, sectors and qualifications in a variety of priority areas, set by GreenMatter in support of conservation in a wider national context. In 2018, the GreenMatter Postgraduate Fellowship supported postgraduate students from various provinces and universities. These students benefitted from the programme through engagement with their peers, sector organisations and professional development opportunities, whilst being supported through an academic bursary.
Impact for 2018 University of Pretoria
University of Venda
University of Limpopo
Tshwane University of Technology
University of Johannesburg
University of Witwatersrand 2
University of Western Cape University of Cape Town Stellenbosch University
University of Free State University of KwaZulu Natal
Total number of Fellows for 2018: 27 Race Profile: Black: 21 Fellows (78%) White: 6 (22%) Gender Profile: Female: 17 (63%) Male: 10 (47%)
Meet our Fellows One of our many GreenMatter fellows is showcased here. They were each PhD candidates during 2016, working in areas highly relevant to priority skill areas for South Africa’s biodiversity conservation mandate. Preparing for the future of conservation, considering the implications of the 4th Industrial Revolution, complementary disciplines are increasingly going to be combined to promote innovation and complex problem solving. One of these disciplines is being studied by our GreenMatter Fellow, Tsele Nthane through his PhD is small-scale fisheries and ICT. He has combined a unique approach to data management and marine sciences to better manage small-scale fisheries. His PhD research is at the forefront of innovative ICT applications addressing complex socio-ecological problems in South Africa’s small-scale fisheries sector. His project is a collaboration between the University of Cape Town, DAFF, and small-scale fishers along the West Coast. Through co-designed traceability, logbook, and co-operative development, his project aims to inform governance of the small-scale fisheries with the particular goal of further integrating small-scale fishers into new and existing value chains in line with the socio-economic goals of the Small-Scale Fisheries Policy. He is engaged in a broad array of extracurricular activities and is a keen sportsman.
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PhD Candidate (University of Cape Town) Small-scale Fisheries and ICT
Imvelisi (Entrepreneurship Development) Imvelisi as an ideation/conceptualization phase training intervention for young aspiring environmental entrepreneurs. The purpose of the programme is to ensure a streamlined innovation support system for young people considering careers as water or biodiversity business owners by helping participants through the ideation phase of business development and preparing them for pitches to mentors, incubation programmes and early stage entrepreneurship investors. In so doing the intention is to increase the pool of “enviropreneurs” who can be taken up by mainstream incubators and business funding streams.
With core investment from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) enabled the Imvelisi team to leverage additional resources to expand the scope of the project. The purpose of this programme is to: ●● Generate awareness about business opportunities in water, waste, energy, food security, sustainability and biodiversity sectors ●● Understand the support available to people interested in becoming entrepreneurs (we profiled the Imvelisi initiative) ●● Learn from entrepreneurs’ personal experience about being a business owners ●● Learn about tools to help you in the first steps of establishing a business (business canvas) ●● Provide a networking opportunity for interested in entrepreneurship
During 2018, Imvelisi focused on research and stakeholder engagement in market opportunities within the Green Economy, in order to promote the development of environmental entrepreneurs. From these engagements we will shortly be publishing the findings on the South African biomass economy in an academic journal. Our intention is to increase engagement with the sector regarding green economy business research and publication, whilst linking opportunities and information to entrepreneurs and supporting the growth of green entrepreneur ecosystems.
Fundisa for Change (Teacher Education) In the 2018/2019 financial year the Fundisa for Change programme experienced a transitional period with the coordination hub moving to SANBI from January of 2019. Highlights of the year included:
Capacity building and research
Policy and Advocacy
Engagement with the textbook writers and materials development process
156 teachers and teacher educators engaged in Fundisa related training activities.
Fundisa for Change particpated in the Community of Practice for Science Education.
2 new modules Green Economy and Entrepreneurship are being developed as exmplars and online modules.
During this reporting period Each year the Preservice courses through the BED, PGCE and Masters courses reach a new cohort of teachers in training.
Fundisa for Change was incorporated into the 3rd communication on Climate Change to UNFCCC as a programme for upscaling.
The Fundisa for Change teaching water in Social Science Gr 7 to 9 has been reviewed, redeveloped and piloted with teachers in Eastern Cape.
Approximately 60 case studies are being synthesised into a research book. Research has been synthesised into easily accessible resources to inform policy across various stakeholders.
Fundisa for Change has also been incorporated as a programme in the Draft Environmental Education Strategy for upscaling.
THE FUNDISA FOR CHANGE COURSES APPEAR TO “MOTIVATE”, “BRING JOY BACK INTO THEIR TEACHING”, “INSPIRE AND ENCOURAGE”. A POIGNANT COMMENT FROM ONE TEACHER WAS THAT “THE PROGRAMME HAS HELPED IN WAKING UP THE TEACHER IN ME”.
National Advocacy During 2018, GreenMatter participated in multiple advocacy initiatives with the aim of strengthening the Human Capital Development conservation in the biodiversity/environmental sector, amongst government, NGO’s and private sector organisations. Amongst others we took part in important sectoral conversations around skills, education and developing South Africa’s biodiversity Human Capital.
Gauteng Environmental Education Forum (GEEF) One such forum, in which GreenMatter takes part is the Gauteng Environmental Education Forum (GEEF), an independent platform for various Gauteng stakeholders who have an interest in the environment and environmental education. The Forum aims to facilitate behavioural change towards sustainability, through partnerships and networking.
Science Forum South Africa (SFSA) Science Forum South Africa is an event designed as a “public science” event open to all interested stakeholders, which provides a platform for discussion and debate on the role of science in South African and African society as well as globally. The two-day programme brings together more than 1 500 participants for discussion and debate in plenary sessions, short seminars and individual lectures labelled as “Science talks.”
National Environmental Sector Skills Planning Forum (NESSPF) GreenMatter, along with important biodiversity and environmental stakeholders participates in a national conversation centred around skills planning for the environmental sector. The forum is a responsive national gathering of partners that are actively involved in catalysing and supporting nationally relevant environmental skills development planning initiatives. The forum meets on a quarterly basis to address cross sectoral matters related to environmental skills.
SACNASP (South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions) During 2018, GreenMatter participated in Science Week schools presentations at previously disadvantaged schools to promote green skills and careers. This is an ongoing relationship and we seek to continue expanding on our areas of collaboration.
National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF) The NSTF brings together over a hundred organisations that have a stake in science, technology and innovation. Apart from partnering in the awards, GreenMatter has contributed to championing biodiversity and environmental skills and sustainability and green economy concepts in the agenda. To this end, a number of seminars held by the NSTF during the year included a strong focus on environmental and sustainability topics. NSTF Awards – 28 June 2018 Emperors Palace, Kempton Park
NSTF GreenMatter Award: Biodiversity conservation, Environmental sustainability and greener economy WINNER: Prof. Malik Maaza Senior Scientist: National Research Foundation (NRF) Nanosciences LABS and UNESCO Africa Chair, College of Graduate Studies, University of South Africa (UNISA).
Organisational Strengthening Organisational Strengthening is a strategic GreenMatter cluster focused on upskilling and retaining professionals in the sector. The two (2) key focus areas are:
Capacity Development trengthen the capacity of governmental and nonS governmental agencies with a biodiversity mandate, to attract, retain and up-skill their staff through strategically aligned HR planning and work-based skills development. This includes integrating in-house training teams, supported by a coordinator, technical assistants and external expertise.
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Strengthening Biodiversity Mentorship Improving the capacity of agencies with a biodiversity mandate to mentor leaders for biodiversity, by sharing: the modern concept of mentoring; emerging best practices; tools and resources to conduct, facilitate and manage mentoring. A toolkit of resources will be used to capture and more widely share lessons learnt, emerging insights and resources that prove to be useful to participants. Our mentorship toolkit is available for download on our website at www.greenmatter.co.za
Supporting Clusters Marketing, Communications & Stakeholder Engagement Social Media According to the SA Social Media Landscape 2018 edition, fourteen (14) million South Africans use Facebook.
Our Facebook elicits high levels of engagement and we use it on a daily basis to keep at the forefront of our past and present beneficiaries as well as those who may not have been fortunate enough to participate in our programmes.
GreenMatter has various social media platforms that it primarily uses to create brand awareness; thought leadership; increase reach and engagement.
Quality & relevence of skills
Facebook 1 March 2018 to 28 February 2019 The purpose of this is to demonstrate the growth of the GreenMatter profile during 2016 through graphical analysis. The key metrics used are engagement impression and reach activity. In this instance, reach is the number of people the posts on the pages were served to and impressions are the number of people that see the content of the social media pages. Engagement is the number of people that like, comment, retweet or share the posts on the pages.
Capacity building & leadership 04
National skills training
National co-ordination and advocacy 2.8K
Starting likes in 2018
Highest Organic Reach For 2018
2 803 Likes at the end of 2018 FY
Stakeholder Engagement GreenMatter engages in multiple avenues for stakeholder engagement, including forum meetings, workshops, social media, newsletters, career fairs and website development. During 2018, GreenMatter experienced an increase in our social media following. Our social media is the lifeblood of our interactions with the youth that we support as well as those who we try to educate through exposure to career information, job advertisements, leadership advice, green entrepreneurship tips, biodiversity news and updates on GreenMatter activities.
contribute to better science, maths, literacy and environmental learning in schools Increase the impact of the collective effort of human capacity development initiatives relevant to the sector Increase the supply of scarce skills through targeting higher education initiatives
Promote the biodiversity sector among South Africans and key decision makers
Up-Skilling Extend existing capacity of those already in the work place (skills development) Improve retention and effective deployment of sustainably skilled people in the sector Increase relevance and quality of educational provisions by a wide range of higher education institutions and other training providers
Board Members and Core Team
GREENMATTER OPERATES UNDER THE OVERSIGHT OF A BOARD OF DIRECTORS COMPOSED AS FOLLOWS:
DR JOHN HANKS Zoologist, Phd from Magdalene College, Cambridge. Senior GreenMatter Fellow
SHAFIKA ISAACS Board Chairperson
Shafika Isaacs is an independent, digital learning for social equity specialist whose work focuses the enabling role of technologies in promoting equal education for all.
Director for Biodiversity Education, Empowerment and Human Capital Development at South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI)
LUCILLE MEYER Chief Executive Officer at Chrysalis Academy
DR ALBERT MODI Deputy VC at the University of KwaZulu Natal, a crop scientist and champion for sustainable agriculture
ALBERT MABUNDA Owner of property company, previously Chief Director at Dinokeng
Meet the 2018 GreenMatter Team!
A SMALL BUT POWERFUL TEAM, LEVERAGING PARTNERS AND STAKEHOLDERS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR. NEO NTSHOBANE BSc and BA Hons Office Manager
DR SIBUSISO MANZINI PhD, MSc, MEd (cum laude) Executive Programme Director
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JANAVI JARDINE MSc (Pr.Sci.Nat) Programme Manager
Financial Report QUALIFIED INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT To the Members of Greenmatter Partnership (RF) NPC
GREENMATTER PARTNERSHIP (RF) NPC (Registration Number 2017/187298/08) Financial Statements for the year ended 28 February 2019 Statement of Financial Position for the year ended 28 February 2019
Report on the Audit of the Financial Statements
Assets Non-Current Assets Property, plant and equipment
We have audited the financial statements of Greenmatter Partnership (RF) NPC set out on pages 8 to 17, which comprise the statement of financial position as at 28 February 2019, and the statement of comprehensive income, the statement of changes in equity and the statement of cash flows for the year then ended, and notes to the financial statements, including a summary of significant accounting policies. In our opinion, except for the possible effect of the matter described in the Basis for Qualified Opinion section of our report, the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the organisation as at 28 February 2019, and its financial performance and cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standard for Small and Medium-sized Entities.
Basis for Qualified Opinion In common with similar organisations, it is not feasible for Greenmatter to institute accounting controls over donations received prior to the initial entry of the receipts in the accounting records. Accordingly, it was impractible for us to extend our examinations beyond the receipts recorded. We conducted our audit in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (ISAs). Our responsibilities under those standards are further described in the Auditor’s Responsibilities for the Audit of the financial statements section of our report. We are independent of the organisation in accordance with the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors Code of Professional Conduct for Registered Auditors (IRBA Code) and other independence requirements applicable to performing audits of financial statements in South Africa. We have fulfilled our other ethical responsibilities in accordance with the IRBA Code and in accordance with other ethical requirements applicable to performing audits in South Africa. The IRBA Code is consistent with the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants (Parts A and B). We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our qualified opinion.
Responsibilities of the Directors for the Financial Statements The directors are responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standard for Small and Medium-sized Entities, and for such internal control as the directors determine is necessary to enable the preparation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. In preparing the financial statements, the directors are responsible for assessing the organisation’s ability to continue as a going concern, disclosing, as applicable, matters related to going concern and using the going concern basis of accounting unless the directors either intend to liquidate the organisation or to cease operations, or have no realistic alternative but to do so.
Report on Other Legal and Regulatory Requirements In terms of the IRBA Rule published in Government Gazette Number 39475 dated 4 December 2015, we report that Ransome Russouw Incorporated have been the auditors of Greenmatter Partnership (RF) NPC for 2 years.
Trade and other receivables Cash and cash equivalents
31 100 4 407 082 4 438 182 4 487 728
Reserves and Liabilities Reserves Retained earnings
4 229 206
Current Liabilities Trade and other payables
Total Reserves and Liabilities
4 487 728
Detailed Income Statement for the year ended 28 February 2019
Gross Income Donations – other Donations – TLLF Funding received Other income
Direct costs Conference expenses Grants to Partners Hire – Equipment Monitoring and evaluation Refreshments and meals Venue hire Workshop expenses
Gross Surplus Expenditure Accounting fees Auditors’ remuneration Bank charges Cleaning Computer expenses Consulting fees Depreciation – Tangible assets Electricity and water Employee and related costs Entertainment Finance costs General expenses Insurance Legal expense Management fees Marketing and promotions Postage Printing and stationery Rental Repairs and maintenance Security Small assets written off Staff welfare Telephone and connectivity Training Travel – local Surplus for the year
2 532 329 4 194 284 – 6 550 6 733 163 6 547 220 000 6 105 97 750 90 888 69 012 266 635 1 713 000 2 469 937 4 263 226 70 747 31 813 6 832 41 600 10 953 49 725 23 958 6 000 3 058 152 1 635 8 681 3 310 14 663 29 050 – 114 011 10 080 19 215 207 758 6 619 8 220 6 672 3 870 27 509 14 294 452 158 4 227 525 35 701
Funders & Partners Acknowledgement of Donors & Partners We extend profound gratitude to our funding partners for their ongoing support. GreenMatter would not be able to reach the beneficiaries we have reached and impact the lives and communities that we have without their generous support. We look forward to scaling our work and impacting HCD in the biodiversity sector at an ever-larger scale through meaningful partnerships going into the future. Strategic and collaborative partnerships Working through formal and informal agreements and fora with national agencies and government departments e.g. Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs)
Partner directed implementation
Hybrid model of implementation
By core team and contracted service providers e.g. the GreenMatter Postgraduate Fellowship
Partnerships with organisations implementing a cluster of related initiatives impacting nationally e.g. Fundisa for Change
Partnerships with organisations implementing a cluster of related initiatives impacting nationally e.g. Imvelisi Enviropreneurs
The Lewis Foundation Core Funding and Postgraduate Fellowship Nedbank Eyethu Community Trust GreenMatter Postgraduate Fellowship The Department of Science and Technology Imvelisi Enviropreneurship Development
The Department of Environmental Affairs Fundisa for Change
Duncan Parker/Mapula Trust GreenMatter Postgraduate Fellowship
The Harry Crossley Foundation GreenMatter Postgraduate Fellowship
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Key Partnerships PROGRAMME
Department of Environmental Affairs, Lewis Foundation, NRF
DEA, NRF, WESSA, SANBI, Delta, UFH, NWU, SU, Wits, SACE, DBE, UKZN, UZ
Lewis Foundation, Crossley Foundation, Nebdank Eyethu Community Trust, Mapula Trust
All South African Universities, Endangered Wildlife Trust
Department of Science and Technology, Lewis Foundation
Innovation Hub, Young Water Professionals, WRC, WISA
NSTF, DEA, National Environmental Skills Planning Forum, Green Skills Initiative, Green Youth Network
Postgraduate Fellowship Fellowship
Biodiversity for Life South African National Biodiversity Institute
delta environmental centre
Tshwane University of Technology We empower people
University of Venda
Funders & Partners
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