WHAT WE DO

Caring for Others

Horizontes PWC is a registered NDIS provider that supports the Australian Community through services such as: Our professionals work with such passion and integrity that reflect the values and standards of the NDIS and our philosophy. What is NDIS?

Protection of the environment

Horizontes PWC develops and runs projects that identify and solve gaps and in the circular economy framework, with specialized expertise in the management of solid waste.

Community Integration

Horizons PWC develops and executes projects that integrate vulnerable migrants and local residents to adapt to Australian culture and enjoy the benefits of multicultural together.

WHO WE ARE

We are a non-for-profit organisation, Charity and NDIS Provider, based in Australia, founded in 1994 in Colombia.

Horizontes has committed since its foundation to long-term programs and development of the communities with which we work, always by the hand of public and private entities, since the cooperation triangle is one of our pillars of work.

Horizontes has developed more than 60 projects and has replicable programs and experience in:

  • Education and formation
  • Analysis and specialized diagnosis
  • Generation of skills and abilities
  • Workshops and meetings
  • Environmental responsibility
  • Protection and conservation of the environment and biodiversity
  • Biodiversity guide development
  • Interaction with the environment
  • Development of programs for the integral management of solid waste
  • Community welfare
  • Support in the articulation of different actors: community, government, private sector, NFP
  • Community development
  • Generation of health and well-being through intercultural models

OUR AWARDS

Gold Sustainability Seal Award 2014 Sustainable Colombia: Horizontes was evaluated with the Siembra Colombia Index. Horizontes Re CULTURE and CREA course received the 2014 Colombia Sustainable Gold Award from the Siembra Colombia Foundation.

VIRTUAL COURSE CREA, FRONTIERS IN FRONTIER ZONES
Thanks to the success of the first stage, the Colombian Chancellery and Tetra Pak made the decision to implement the course CREA in three educative institutions in frontier zones.

Sierra Viva received the highest award from Green Latin-America 2015 in Guayaquil the past 25th of September, in the residue category.

VIRTUAL COURSE CREA, FRONTIERS IN FRONTIER ZONES
Thanks to the success of the first stage, the Colombian Chancellery and Tetra Pak made the decision to implement the course CREA in three educative institutions in frontier zones.

Portafolio Magazine Awards 2016.

Finalist in the category of Environmental Protection for Sierra Viva program, November 2016. These awards highlight the efforts of organizations and individuals that have carried out outstanding programs and contribute decisively to the economic, social and academic improvement of Colombia.

Best Leaders of Colombia Award: in the Collective Leadership category for the Sierra Viva program. October 2017. Magazine and the Leadership and Democracy Foundation.

COMPANIES THAT HAVE TRUSTED US