Annual Reports2018-07-03T15:46:05+00:00

Latest Annual Reports

OSF-SA 2017 Annual Report

“2017 was a year of immense political uncertainty and peril, and of challenges and change, both locally and globally. With the support of the OSF-SA Board, our team was able to provide support to over 80 organisations to respond to these changes and changemakers.

As in previous years, our Finance and Grant Support Units, with our programme team, issued grants to organisations working across the country to strengthen an open and democratic society.”

– Fatima Hassan, Executive Director OSF-SA

OSF-SA Open Society Foundation for South Africa Annual Report 2016
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OSF-SA 2016 Annual Report

“By the end of 2016, we had provided about 80 organisations with at least ZAR70 million in grants, with several being auto-renewal and multiyear grants. We have been able to leverage much-needed additional resources to fund the human rights sector in South Africa as a result of OSF network partner collaborations involving co-funding, our participation in two OSF Shared Frameworks on access to justice (Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals; Legal Empowerment), and the launch of the South African Constitutionalism Fund (a joint fund established by OSF, the Ford Foundation, and Atlantic Philanthropies involving USD25 million over a ten-year period).”

– Fatima Hassan, Executive Director OSF-SA

OSF-SA Open Society Foundation for South Africa Annual Report 2016
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OSF-SA 2015 Annual Report

“During 2015, we supported about 100 organisations in South Africa with approximately R60 million in grant support. Due to OSF/network partner collaborations involving co-funding, our participation in two OSF network-wide Shared Frameworks on Access to Justice and the launch of the Fund to Promote Constitutionalism (a Joint Fund established by OSF, the Ford Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies amounting to USD25 million over a ten-year period), we have been able to leverage much-needed additional resources to fund the human rights sector in South Africa.”

– Fatima Hassan, Executive Director OSF-SA

OSF-SA Open Society Foundation for South Africa Annual Report 2015
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