Programme for South-South Cooperation
Only 5 years since its inception, and with a relatively small fund, PSC has involved over 180 organizations to achieve the following results:
- 26.706 direct beneficiaries.
- More than 2999 new jobs.
- 149 new microenterprises.
- 1.280 people participating in productive activities.
- 1.227 people that are working in a productive activity related to the training.
- 477 communities benefited.
- 4160 Number of farmers converted to organic production.
- 142 Number of reforested hectares.
- 1.533 indigenous people trained.
- 692 new products.
- 193 new services developed.
- 1172 women involved in decision making.
Given the commendable results that PSC has achieved over the years, this Programme was awarded with the 2010 UN South-South Cooperation Global Award.
Efforts are currently underway to find a new source of funding showcasing PSC as a successful model of cooperation that can be easily replicated and improved with the participation of more partner countries of the South, PSC evolved into partners for South-South Cooperation (PSSC), with the intention of including new partner countries
Visit PSC website: http://www.south-southcooperation.org/
Programme of Non-refundable Funds
- 258 communities benefited
- 142 associations benefited
- 1883 families benefited.
- 3138 women benefited.
- 3382 indirect populations benefited
- 2468 youngsters benefited.
- 430 farms have been sustainably managed.
- 526 producers benefited
- 139 jobs generated
- 152 self-employments generated
- 402 solar systems placed
- 100 biodigesters have been built
- 24 water sources have been protected