By the end of 2012, the research and experience gathered were phenomenal. At the heart of it, projects and charities were surviving unsustainably all over South Africa. My theory about framework change, system support and financial disruption was true. Community good was present everywhere, but local and national government support was not allowing good deeds to be amplified or at the very least, supported.
The key project area noticed was education, health and only then conservation. Furthermore, there was a huge divide between community and conservation projects.
In total, 16 project categories (4 main categories each with 4 subcategories) were identified as areas in need of support. This was 3 years before the 17 Sustainable Development Global Goals were presented to the world.
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