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Today’s children will determine the future of South Africa. Violence against children undermines their ability to grow into responsible and actively contributing citizens who can create peaceful, non-violent families and communities. In this way, it reinforces intergenerational cycles of poverty, inequality and violence, and contributes to poorer economic growth. The Sustainable Development Goals and South Africa’s National Development Plan – Vision 2030 outline clear targets related to the survival, growth, development and well-being of children. Yet the country still has a long way to go and will only achieve these through collective effort by all sectors of society.

Supporting Government and UNICEF to leverage strategic partnerships to further link cash, care and protection in South Africa represents a tremendous opportunity to help South Africa’s most marginalized children to survive, thrive and reach their full potential. Through new and unique partnerships with Government, the private sector, bilateral donors and civil society, UNICEF builds on the knowledge, expertise and innovation of each to ensure the most effective and efficient use of combined resources. By uniting with UNICEF, you gain a credible and respected partner who can support Government to deliver a comprehensive and results focused strategy that makes a real difference in the lives of children.

To explore concrete and tailored partnership opportunities with UNICEF, please contact Carine Munting cmunting@unicef.org

 

 

 

 

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