Slingshot Media | Been Here Before
As we stood to face Covid-19 this year, our kids helped to remind us that we’ve been here before. We are never alone and we will overcome again. A thank you tribute to all of you fellow giant-slayers. To freedom…
Zinhle | Emergency Room Nurse
Everyday is different but Zinhle is doing what she loves. She is a vital part of the team at the Red Cross Memorial Childrens Hospital where the challenges of the emergency room are very real.
Leave Your Mark On Life
The Children’s Hospital Trust is now facing the challenge of raising R150 million to continue to help heal seriously ill and injured children.
Seeing The Light
“UNICEF has given us hope that disability does not mean inability,” said a young disabled poet from St Joseph’s School, one of the country’s few inclusive education schools.
The National Information System for Social Assistance (NISSA) database uses innovative spatial intelligence technology for efficiency and
accuracy covering more than 75 per cent of children nationally.
Water is Life – 5’45”
Every child has the right to clean water and sanitation; and every village has a part to play in making it a reality.
Against All Odds
For Awa and Nantene, the arrival of the Plumpy Nut at the Cscom local Health Centre in Sikasso is the difference between life and death. Awa hopes that by the grace of God, she will have a long life and be educated.
Odwa’s strength and determination to succeed is incredibly inspiring. Children in developing countries are more than twice as likely as adults to live in extreme poverty. Despite living in shocking poverty, this South African teen turned his life around. Be inspired. #EndPoverty
All girls have dreams, but not all dream equally. UNICEF continues to engage in community initiatives to increase the number of girls attending and completing school, which is relatively unusual in regions where the number of girls attending school is significantly lower than that of boys.
Agents of Change
Grassroot Soccer visits the Football for Hope Center in Khayelitsha, South Africa’s fastest growing township on the outskirts of Cape Town, to highlight some of our young agents of change.