Funders and supporters

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PSH has a responsibility to openness, transparency and accountability. We are a not-for-profit organisation funded by governments, multilaterals, foundations and private individuals, and to this end we have an obligation to ensure that financial management and reporting displays the characteristics of transparency, clarity and accuracy.

 

We are guided by the principles of honesty, integrity, probity, transparency and accuracy in all our financial management and reporting. Our financial reporting aims to promote and facilitate performance measurement cost effectiveness, efficiency and value for money.

 

PSH has zero tolerance towards fraud of any type or in any circumstances whether carried out by volunteers, staff, contractors, partners or clients.

PSH would like to thank all of our below funders and supporters for their generous contributions which enable us to provide a range of SRHR and Youth services in communities nationally and regionally.

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for Youth Development

OUR PARTNERS

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As the issues faced by our society become more complex, cross-organisation partnerships enable us to achieve far more than on our own. Through partnerships we can all contribute our part and achieve our common objectives. We can accelerate shared learning and distribute skills and knowledge and also add depth and breadth to our community impact.

PSH would like to thank all of our below partners for their generous contributions which enable us to provide a range of SRHR and Youth services in communities nationally and regionally.

  • Communities

  • International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region (IPFFAR)

  • Department of Health

  • Department of Social Development

  • Department of Education

  • Department of Transport

  • South African Police Services (SAPS)

  • City of Cape Town

  • TB/HIV Care

  • Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International

  • University of Western Cape

  • University of Stellenbosch

  • University of Cape Town

  • Cape Peninsula University of Technology

  • Municipalities

  • Private Sector

  • Relevant NGO/CBO’s

  • Treatment Action Campaign

  • Sonke Gender Justice