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Our Partnerships

Our Partnerships

Our corporate partners are vital to helping us create better lives for children. You can choose to invest in a specific project, or you can provide flexible funding to help us build our capacity as an organisation and help even more children.

Save the Children's Corporate Partnerships are critical to creating sustainable change for children in South Africa.    

Save the Children is actively looking for innovative collaborations with corporations that share our vision of a better world for children. There are many ways for your company to partner with us. You could provide much needed funding to support our programs and emergency response work around the world. We also offer a Workplace Giving program for your employees to get involved in. We have rigorous partnership assessment procedures and policies that ensure we partner with companies committed to social responsibility and who share our values and goals.


Happy Living and Learning (HLL) 3.0 Project 
The Happy Living and Learning (HLL) 3.0 project aims to ensure that children aged 0-6 years, enjoy safe, integrated and quality early living & learning environments to reach their full potential in. Funded by Save the Children Italy, the two-year project (September 2022 – August 2024) is aimed at improving development outcomes for children, by directly supporting Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) centres in Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu Natal.   
Save the Children Italy:

Sexual Heath and Reproductive Rights Knows no Border (Phase 2)    
The Sexual Health and Reproductive Rights Knows no Border project focuses on HIV and SRH rights education for young vulnerable people (YVP) including migrants and sex workers living in migration affected communities in Southern Africa. Funded by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), this project is implemented in Mpumalanga and will run from January 2021 – December 2026.   

GSK Project   
Save the Children South Africa advocates for the use of non-violent methods of discipline that promotes open communication between adult and child, builds a child’s self-confidence and self-discipline, and instils values of non-violence and mutual respect. Parenting programmes that provide effective positive discipline techniques are therefore vital for preventing violence against children, as they have the capacity to break the intergenerational transmission of violence. GSK has partnered with Save the Children for 3 years (October 2022 – September 2024) to improve skills of a multi-disciplinary team on child safe guarding and protection and to facilitate increased skills of preventing violence against children.    

Girls on the Move   
The Girls on the Move project is funded by the Government of Monaco and implemented in Mpumalanga, from January 2022 to December 2024. The projects aims to provide improved access to services for vulnerable migrant and displaced girls assist adolescent migrant girls in the positive transition into adulthood and employment and increase decision-making power and reduced dependency on exploitative relationships, as a result of their improved economic empowerment.   
Government of Monaco:

Caregiver Learning Through Play (CLTP)   
In partnership with Hope World Wide SA, Ntataise , Elru and funded by LEGO Foundation, the Caregiver Learning Through Play (CLTP) project aims to empower caregivers with the knowledge, skills (activities) and tools to enable Learning through Play (LtP) at home. The project ensures caregivers are confident in their role as educators, by equpping them with knowledge and skills to actively engage in incorporating LtP in their daily interactions with their children. The CLTP project commenced in March 2021 and will run until February 2024 in Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu Natal.   
Hope World Wide:; Ntataise:   
Elru:; Lego Foundation:

Digital Transformation Project   
The Digital Transformation project is is a three year project, funded by Webhelp and Think Human Foundation, in an effort to support Zwelihle High School, in Umlazi, with access to technology and connectivity. These Grade 10 - 12 learners will be trained on the use of technology and supported in preparation for adequate skills needed beyond high school. Beyond that, the project also offers digital training and mentoring by capacitated teachers and WebHelp volunteers, study and revision sessions, financial literacy guidance and assistance with tertiary and vocational training, job opportunities, bursary platforms and career exhibitions. This project will run from 3 years (February 2023 – November 2025).   
Webhelp: & Think Human Foundation:

Bridging the Gap   
Through the Bridging the Gap project , Save the Children South Africa will work in partnership across five countries (South Korea, India, Kenya, South Africa and Colombia) to raise skills-based education, including the transformative power of playful learning, up the political agenda and support a shift from commitment to implementation in education systems. Funded by Lego Foundation, from January 2022 to October 2024, this project aims to create an enabling environment for broader skills to be meaningfully integrated into pre-primary (ECCD) and primary education systems.   
Lego Foundation:

Sanofi Project   
In partnership with Sanofi, Save the Children South Africa, supported by the Ethekwini Department of Health, have embarked on a 1 year pilot project (July 2022 – June 2023). This project is aimed at providing hygiene education and access to water, in an effort to fight and prevent diarrheal related illness and disease, in children 0-5 years. Furthermore, 15 ECCD centres and schools in the Inanda District, in KwaZulu-Natal, will be provided with water tanks, as well as, direct training and capacitation of community health workers and ECCD practitioners.   

Gift with a Purpose   
Through “Gift with a Purpose”, Clarins provides Save the Children South Africa with nutrition support in ECCD centres in the form of food gardens, training in nutrition and daily support. This partnership continues to contribute enormously to the safeguarding of children’s continued health and nutrition across all our programmes.    

If you would like more information about how you can help to create better lives for children, contact our Partnership Manager at [email protected] or +27 (0)12 432 7775.

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