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Former President Nelson Mandela said, ‘There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children.’ UNICEF believes that nurturing and caring for children are the cornerstones of human progress.

UNICEF South Africa is committed to building strong, long-term alliances and recognises the pivotal role that the business sector plays in shaping change for children. In the true spirit of collaboration, we aim to craft quality partnerships that speak to a shared vision.

We can work with you to differentiate your brand or business, add value, innovate or expand your footprint. By being associated with the world’s leading organisation for children, you also have the benefit of knowing that UNICEF’s work is supported by internationally recognised Goodwill Ambassadors and Celebrity Advocates.

Your CSI focus areas?

What best describes your company’s CSI interests … education? HIV/AIDS prevention or early childhood development? It’s likely that your key interests are mirrored in UNICEF’s four focus areas:

  1. Young Child Survival and Development and HIV and AIDS
  2. Basic Education and gender equality
  3. Protection of orphans and vulnerable children from violence, exploitation and abuse
  4. Policy, Advocacy and Partnerships for Children’s Rights

We can achieve more - and speed up progress for children - by working together.





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Opportunities for positive impact

UNICEF will work with you to make the most of opportunities to meet mutual objectives. Opportunities to create economic and social value – and positive impact for children – include:

  • Cause-related marketing
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Sponsorship
  • CSI budget allocation
  • Leveraging corporate assets

To discuss these or other options, please contact our Partnership Specialist


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