UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Lilly Singh visits South Africa to meet students affected by violence in school
UNICEF believes in the power of dance
“This is my Safe Park and I feel safe,” is the enthusiastic shout of children as they energetically dance to the sounds of popular South African music at the Soweto Safe Park.
South African Child Gauge 2017
The South African Child Gauge 2017 explores what the country’s children need to not only survive but also to thrive. Since 1994, child poverty has decreased and children’s survival and access to basic services has improved. But these changes are not enough to unlock the full potential of all children. Violence, poverty, hunger, and poor-quality education continue to compromise children’s development and life chances – with a negative impact on the country’s development.
The South African National Curriculum Framework for children birth to four (Available in all 11 languages)