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Fantastic News from Award-Winning Partners for Possibility Programme!


After 8 years of hard work and perseverance, we have received the news that Partners for Possibility is a WISE* Awards winner! * Wise: World Innovation Summit for Education. Founder, Dr Louise van Rhyn has been describing it as the ‘Oscars’ for Education! Read for more information about this significant achievement. You may also enjoy reading the article on […]

PfP wins ‘Making a Mark’ Competition!


Partners for Possibility (PfP), the flagship programme of Symphonia for South Africa (SSA), has earned further global recognition for innovation and social impact – this time as winner of the Social Enterprise Mark’s annual ‘Making a Mark’ competition. The announcement was made on 6 June at the UK-based Social Enterprise Mark’s 2018 Conference in York, […]

We have just received some news that is simply too exciting not to share.


We learnt yesterday that Partners for Possibility (PfP) was recently recognized by the international NGO Advisor amongst the top 100 NGO’s worldwide !!!! So we want to share this celebration with you and thank you for your role in empowering us along this journey. We are very pleased and proud of the fact that we […]

Partners for Possibility annual celebration event


At a recent PfP celebratory event, Sabelo Makubalo, school principal, and Irené celebrated  the fruits of their relationship and how it has brought about meaningful changes at Sophakama. Together with the Books and Beyond Team they had an opportunity to present their strategic plans for the school. Including the programmes that have already been implemented. These are, […]

Symphonia for South Africa & Partners for Possibility Wins Reconciliation Award


Partners for Possibility (PfP) is the flagship programme of Symphonia for South Africa – a national non-profit organisation, based in Bellville, Cape Town, with the bold vision of realising quality education for all children in South Africa by 2022. PfP was founded in 2010, when founder and director of Symphonia for South Africa, Louise van […]