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  • Child & Youth Empowerment Programme

    We motivate and empower children and youth with life-skills to make positive life choices, enjoy their rights and improve their future prospects.
  • Capacity Building Programme

    We educate and train government and civil service providers to increase their responses to care for and protect children in need and promote their rights.
16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children

25 November – 10 December “Count me in: together moving a non-violent South Africa forward’ Background The 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children is an international awareness-raising campaign. It takes place every year from 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) to 10 December (International Human Rights Day). The period includes Universal Children’s Day and World AIDS Day. South Africa adopted the campaign in 1998 as one of the intervention strategies towards creating a society free of violence. The campaign continues to raise awareness amongst South Africans about the negative impact of violence against women and children (VAW&C) on all members of the community. At the launch of the 16 Days Campaign on 25 of November 2014, President Jacob Zuma said that activism against gender-based violence should be a year-long campaign and not limited to 16 days. The Department of Women heeded the President’s call ...

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