CSPO Partner Organisations

The Center for Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) recognizes bolstering a widespread understanding of sustainable palm oil which requires concerted transnational and cross-sectoral efforts. As a result, the center continues to partner with important stakeholders who are equally committed to the cause to bring greater awareness around sustainable palm oil.


The Center for Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) together with its partners, intends to fulfill its ambition in achieving a globally sustainable palm oil sector through open dialogue and robust research.

Each stakeholder offers to bring its values, priorities, resources and competencies to the partnership linked by a common vision.

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Thembekile Mandela Foundation


Ndileka Mandela is the oldest grandchild of Nelson Mandela. He served as the country’s first democratically elected president of South Africa after Apartheid from 1994 until 1999 and died after a lifetime of activism in December 2013. During his time off, Ndileka, his eldest grandchild, was the first Grandaughter of the nation. She is one of the most prominent feminists in South Africa, and her admission of a past rape was an important moment in the #MeToo movement in South Africa in 2017.

In 2014 she founded the Thembekile Mandela Foundation to tackle the challenges of rural education, health, youth and women’s development. Her first project was hostels to develop the Clarke Berry School in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa. While focused on South Africa, the organization is increasingly looking internationally and recently signed an MoU with the government of Kazakhstan. In addition to her own work with the v, she is on the board of several NGOs.


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Caribbean ASEAN Council

The Caribbean ASEAN Council, is the conduit connecting two regions i.e. The Caribbean and Southeast Asia with the world. The Council’s activities, which incorporates varied levels of commercial and cultural diplomacy, are set upon and aligned under the guidance of the global goals on sustainable development, having strong core focus for economic and social development in both regions. The Council has been accepted as a Lifetime Member of Civicus – the World Alliance for Citizen Participation, registered with the NGO Branch of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, and listed on the European Union’s Transparency Register.

The Caribbean ASEAN Council is a socio-civic volunteer advocacy programme administered by the Eastern Caribbean-Southeast Asia Economic and Cultural Chamber (EC-SEA Chamber). The EC-SEA Chamber is a non-governmental initiative recognized by the United Nations Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS). It is also an official participant to the U.N. Global Compact and an Associate Member of the Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the U.N. The Council’s Founding Councillors formed an international organization to further SDG objectives worldwide.