Partner with triple-P

Why Partnerships are important to triple-P

If we are working towards protecting our natural environment, positive impactful interventions require every sector of society to be involved. This includes the public and private sectors, and civil society participation, especially in underserved communities. We are all stakeholders in overcoming the environmental challenges we face and beneficiaries of a healthier planet. At triple-P we believe together we can make real change as different partnerships bring additional support elements that can create stronger foundations.

triple-P’s partner synergies include, but are not limited to, non-governmental organisations, universities and businesses that support, or would like to support, communities in protecting the environment, providing skills and enterprise developmental opportunities.

What does it mean to partner with triple-P

triple-P’s partnerships add value and continued support for the following:

Citizen science programs where triple-P’s aquatic monitoring training and implementation have allowed communities to collect, interpret and act on complex data independently. Use this data proactively to educate their community and engage with other stakeholders to address the impacts. Our programs have had major success in river health improvement, awareness and education.

Environmental education within schools in which triple-P implements Environmental Legacy Programs pertaining to food security, environmental awareness curriculum and skills development at grass roots for learners to leave their own legacy in water conservation, biodiversity, permaculture, climate change and waste management, and become environmental conscious future leaders.

Green skills development to build capacity of communities in aquatic monitoring, waste management, alien invasive control & management, community education and wetland rehabilitation to empower them to take charge and build resilience in their natural environment.

SMME development in the green sector allowing communities who have obtained green skills to develop enterprises that support livelihood in-conjunction with healthy environments.