Success Capital is a proudly African and unapologetically Feminist LGBTIQ+ Youth led, managed and serving organisation that links grassroots experiences with global and regional mechanisms.
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: a) participatory decolonized knowledge production, b) peer to peer systemic knowledge sharing and c) supporting variant forms of civic action and participation.
We are radical, we are bold and we will not be stopped.
A knowledge series on understanding different aspects that impact or influence the most at risk groups of HIV Botswana also has one of the highest HIV prevalence rates in the world. An estimated 350,000 of its population of 2 million are living with HIV. Several...
In partnership with Sisonke Botswana Organisation, we commemorated 01 March with few short videos . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNTADBEEgcI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv2UiEE0_WQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Adi5C2sASM ...
AIDS and Rights Alliance for southern Africa (ARASA) launched and supported a regional campaign on Bodily Autonomy and Integrity (BAI). As a part of a local consortium, Success Capital Organisation embarked on a BAI campaign in underserved areas with the aim to...
A frank and engaging discussion with Cathy Malejane on Gabz FM. Insights providing nuances on developments in different sub-regions, treaty bodies and special procedures. Members of the public joined in the discussions, unfortunately, unlike when discussing LGBTIQ+,...
Success Capital provided responses to the Working Group on discrimination against women and girls for a thematic report to be presented to the 47th session of the Human Rights Council in June 2021. Download: Questionnaire_SRHRs crisis_EN - Success Capital Responses.
Malaria is a life-threatening disease. It’s typically transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. Infected mosquitoes carry the Plasmodium parasite. When this mosquito bites you, the parasite is released into your bloodstream. Once the parasites...