First ever alternative to Johannesburg pride
Annual General Meeting
Unprecedented election to Chair an LGBT organisation
Participatory fund mechanism shortlists the organisation
Success Capital is registered
Protracted delays spanning almost 6 months
First independent submission
Most scaled and successful project
Challenging but fruitful year
Challenging and Underfunded
Productivity at an all time low
Engage more domestically
New brand launch
Fruits Of Labour
Strategic networking, strengthened infrastructure and previous speaking engagements resulting in an unprecedented increase in project funding both internationally and domestically. Re-invigorating SRHR & Climate Justice inter sectional work through The Climate Justice Resilience Fund via the New Venture Fund and supported by various donors from the September 2019 People’s Summit. Further strengthened by domestic engagements supported by the French Embassy’s PISCCA and Canada Fund for Local Initiatives.
Radical, Revolutionary Rest
Forging Feminist Futures
Success Capital Organisation is a non-profit organization registered with the Registrar of Societies of the Government of Botswana [CR11551].
Success Capital is a proudly African and unapologetically LGBTIQ+ Youth led, managed and serving organization that links grassroots experiences with global and regional mechanisms.
Success Capital’s work is centered on moving LGBTIQ+ youth from a state of survival to one of success.
This is achieved through strengthening and safeguarding agency in the form of voice and visibility within human rights, sustainable development and the systemic frameworks that impede LGBTIQ+ Youth from thriving in socio-economically complex environments.
Success Capital’s work is centered on three pillars:
peer to peer systemic
At least three groups/organisations have been formed. Mistakes have been made along the way. Volunteers have come and gone. However, the premise of exercising youth agency and occupying spaces of decision making remains the fundamental driver of our work.
Historically averaging USD 7500 per year in annual funding, our work is long-term, feminist and radical. It challenges all forms of privilege, patriarchy and power within and outside civil society. This includes donors, intermediaries and partners we engage with. We do not believe in equality, we stand for equity.