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Important notice

UNICEF South Africa/2018

   

It has been brought to the attention of UNICEF South Africa that there is a fraudulent notice indicating that UNICEF, with SASSA, the DSD, Shoprite, Pick n Pay and other entities are granting unemployed citizens of South Africa grocery vouchers to the value of R2200.

UNICEF confirms that this is not a legitimate initiative and should be disregarded.

UNICEF is currently in the process of investigating this scam with the relevant authorities.

One Small Spoon towards #ZEROHUNGER in South Africa

UNICEF South Africa/2018

     

   
The importance of the nutritional value and safety of food is addressed through Woolworths’ recent partnership with UNICEF to ensure the preparation of a balanced meal for children in a clean, safe and healthy school environment for the benefit of 50 000 children in Gauteng’s poorest schools and it’s Educational Programme that is run in over 3 000 schools across the country.

South African Budget Briefs 2018/19

South African Budget Briefs 2018 19

   

Budget Allocation and Spending on Children in South Africa
   
UNICEF South Africa is proud to release its 2018/19 Budget Brief series, which examines spending and allocation trends in the education, social development, sub-national school funding and the national budgets.

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