Hello.
We are Success Capital.
Unequivocally African
Unapologetically Queer
Undeniably Feminist

Success Capital Organisation is a grassroots LGBTIQ+ youth led, managed and serving organisation operating from Tlokweng, in the outskirts of Gaborone, Botswana.

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[Safeguarding Support]
- Rights
- Resourcing
- Resilience
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[Suppressing Supremacy]

- Heteronormative Hegemony by demystifying and decolonizing

- Isolating ‘isms’ to better dismantle patriarchy, power and privilege

- Nipping Neutrality towards intentional, inherent interests of the oppressed

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[Dismantling and Destabilising]
- Privilege
- Power
- Patriarchy
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Our Work

A grassroots LGBTIQ+ youth led, managed and serving organisation operating from Tlokweng, in the outskirts of Gaborone, Botswana.

WE ARE
Unapologetically Queer
Unequivocally African

We work on eliminating the barriers between grassroots experiences and regional to global policy making. This includes advocacy linking human rights and sustainable development in decolonising knowledge production and strengthening youth agency in HIV, GBV, SRHR, UHC, LGBTIQ+, Governance, Treaty Bodies and Special Procedures through up skilling and supporting variant forms of civic action and participation. Rooted in Feminist principles in our philosophy and practices; our programming, governance and impact centers on the most affected and impacted. Intersectionality is reflected in our body of work – allowing for different pathways to ensuring equity, equality and empowerment.

Development and civil society prescribe focus on the outcomes; we understand and live in the process. Recognising that in order to work ourselves out of relevance, need and interest of LGBTIQ+ youth, we must do the neglected and overseen work of transforming lives. The work that allows for our community to articulate what they believe in as success. It is in the detail, the experience and the process of activism, organizing and impact work. Outcomes are a social construct of colonialist neoliberal saviours. Do not be mistaken, we can produce as many M&E logframes and theories of change as you want to advance our work; just know it is not that important in the face of systemic violence, discrimination, hate speech and harm. The law and public health have only gone so far to let us be; our work is centered on belonging and becoming in spite of the many influences and invisible nuances against us – even within safe spaces.

What does Success look like?

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