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Our Objectives

Murraysburg is arguably one of, if not the, most impoverished Districts in the Western Cape. And we want to help to change that.

 
 

The Organisation's primary objectives are:

1.1. To ensure the protection and sustainable development of Murraysburg's natural and heritage resources in a manner that will be beneficial to all of its people. To this end, in a manner that is devoid of race, gender and class distinctions, the Organisation aims to:

1.1.1. motivate and enable the people of Murraysburg to work together to protect and uplift the environment and heritage resources of Murraysburg for the benefit of the current generation and, in particular, future generations;

1.1.2. meaningfully contribute to environmental, social and economic issues arising from the exploitation of Murraysburg's renewable resources;

1.1.3. meaningfully contribute to environmental, social and economic issues arising from the exploitation of Murraysburg's non-renewable resources

1.1.4. enhance the ability of Murraysburg's people to address environmental, social and economic issues.

1.2. To systematically alleviate poverty in Murraysburg through:

1.2.1. The development of an Integrated Long Range Environmental Plan (ILREP) for the Town and the District, in collaboration with the appropriate organs of state.

The implementation and/or management of sustainable short and long-term upliftment projects as identified in the ILREP.

 
 

The object of the proposed company is:

1.1. To protect and improve the natural environment of Murraysburg and its surrounds.

1.2. To systematically alleviate poverty in Murraysburg through the implementation of sustainable short and long-term upliftment projects.

1.3. To act as a vehicle through which Third Parties, both from the Public as well as the Private sectors, can route contributions and resources in support of the company's objectives.

The company will collaborate with all appropriate Local, Provincial and National Government agencies as well as Private benefactors.
 
 
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