Technogirls opens doors in science and technology
Fifteen-year-old Nomonde Malaza smiles as she walks through the corridors of Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport. Although she is not catching a flight or travelling to far-off places, being here today is a dream come true. Nomonde is at the airport for a mentorship programme with the Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) – an opportunity she may never have had were it not for an initiative called Technogirls.
Global goals for every child: Progress and disparities among children in South Africa
This report presents an analysis of progress and disparities among children in South Africa. Data show significant progress during the past two decades in areas such as child poverty, child survival, mother-to-child transmission of HIV and primary school attendance, among others. These are impressive achievements, but they are only part of the story.
Early Means Early - Mapping the gaps
This report identifies key communication challenges faced by experts and advocates as they seek to elevate support for public policies that will best serve the developmental needs of all children in South Africa. The report provides an initial set of strategic recommendations for how best to communicate the expert story in ways that expand public understandings of early childhood development and build support for policies and programs that leverage this connection.