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K2011127140 trading as PSI Projects

Org #52214
Vetted since 2019 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2011
year founded
$47,176
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Paardeberg Sustainability Initiative (later known as PSI) was conceived in 2001, in recognition of threats to the biodiversity and natural resources of the Paardeberg, a privately-owned mountain in the Western Cape, South Africa. A primary threat is economic pressure common to many South African farmers and landowners. Additional and aggravating threats are global climate shifts, poverty, limited statehood, compromised capacity, education and implementation/enforcement of legislation. These challenges must be addressed to fulfill world guidelines (Agenda 21, SDG's, etc) for sustainable development. PSI is now a VAT- registered Non Profit company [NPC] and Public Benefit Organis... read more

Project Leaders
Bridget Johnsen
Bridget Johnsen
Team
Toni J Kerkmann, Steven Viviers, Craig A Greggor, Rory Allardice, Johan Simons, Bridget A Johnsen, Lucy Fairhurst, Ghian du Toit, Ingrid Roberts, Barbara Borgman
Organization Information
Bowwood House, Vondeling Estate
Voor Paardeberg Rd, Windmeul
Paarl, Western Cape 7630
South Africa
+27 72 418 0577
Organization Information
Bowwood House, Vondeling Estate
Voor Paardeberg Rd, Windmeul
Paarl, Western Cape 7630
South Africa
+27 72 418 0577

Project Reports

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