16 Days of Activism

UNICEF and 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children
South Africa will along with the rest of the world observe 16 Days of activism Campaign for No Violence against Women and Children from November 25th to the 10th of December. The theme this year is epitomised through Count me in. UNICEF South Africa in partnership with the Department of Social Development has worked with Celebrity Advocates Zakes Bantwini, Tshedi Moholo and Jo-Anne Strauss, to bring visibility to the issue of violence against women and children in South Africa.


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Isibindi - Caring for the most vulnerable
Every day in South Africa, hundreds of trained Isibindi Child and Youth Care workers serve the most vulnerable children and families in their communities. The name “Isibindi” means courage in IsiZulu.


UNICEF South African Child Gauge 2015

South African Child Gauge 2015
The South African Child Gauge is published annually by the Children’s Institute, University of Cape, to monitor government and civil society’s progress towards realising children’s rights. This issue focuses on Youth and the intergenerational transmission of poverty.

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