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100 Years of change for children

100 Years of change for children

Thanks to supporters like you, we’ve been doing whatever it takes for children in need for 100 years, reaching over one billion children! It all began in 1919, when our founder, Eglantyne Jebb, launched a pioneering campaign to save suffering children across war- torn Europe.

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‘Children first’ – in policy and practice

‘Children first’ – in policy and practice

It’s amazing how, when your children are no longer in school or at university, you realise just how much our lives revolved around terms and holidays. It’s just one simple example of how our children form the basis of our decisions; and of course, that’s how it should be.

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Literacy is a golden gateway to education at school and beyond

Literacy is a golden gateway to education at school and beyond

It’s concerning and tragic that just over three million South Africans remain illiterate, according to Statistics South Africa. As Walt Disney once very wisely said: ‘There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.’ 

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Hello Limpopo! Top 12 grade 12 learners get a taste of telecommunication

Hello Limpopo! Top 12 grade 12 learners get a taste of telecommunication

In an era when there are countless career paths for learners to pursue after finishing school, many students don’t know what they’d like to study. This is why Save the Children SA partner, Global Communications (GC) hosted a career day for 12 of the top performing Grade 12 pupils from Limpopo. 
 

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2019 Save the Children Golf Day

2019 Save the Children Golf Day

Join us on September 5th at Parkview Golf Club in Johannesburg for a spectacular day of golf and fun — while raising funds for Save the Children!
 

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Much more than sunshine for children in KZN

Much more than sunshine for children in KZN

In KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), Save the Children implements projects in education, early childhood development, health, child protection and child rights – and reached more than 120 000 girls and boys in 2018.
 

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