Happy Father's Day to all our super dads! #EarlyMomentsMatter #worthit
Fartun Said-adan
A father doesn’t need super powers to be a super dad!

Join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by sharing a photo of the Super Dad in your life with the hashtags #WorthIt & #EarlyMomentsMatter before 30 June 2017, and you can win a gift hamper from UNICEF South Africa.
From 1st July, we will post submissions in a photo gallery: the author of the photo with most 'likes' will get the UNICEF...
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A father doesn’t need super powers to be a super dad
Eddie Petrella
Pinky Phihlela
Pinky Phihlela
UNICEF and UNFPA will be hosting an interactive dialogue with dynamic young people, the National Department of Health, the Department of Social Development and the Department of Basic Education under the theme "#Realtalk: Ending AIDS what will it take?". #RealTalk #GenEndAids2017 #SAAIDS2017

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UNICEF and UNFPA will be hosting an interactive dialogue with dynamic young
Marie Beytell
The Last Mile Plan is the final phase of the journey towards the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. As the finish line approaches, UNICEF and the National Department of Health will be presenting some of the game changers at the SA AIDS Conference this evening at 18h00. These game changers include safer pre-conception and improved postnatal follow-ups for mother and baby....
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The Last Mile Plan is the final phase of the journey towards
Ute Feucht
Marie Beytell
The Last Mile Plan is the final phase of the journey towards the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. As the finish line approaches, UNICEF and the National Department of Health will be presenting some of the game changers at the SA AIDS Conference this evening at 18h00. These game changers include safer pre-conception and improved postnatal follow-ups for mother and baby....
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The Last Mile Plan is the final phase of the journey towards
#EarlyMomentsMatter ... Post your Father's Day moment here to support UNICEF's Father's Day Campaign. With #Legofoundation, Ster Kinekor, SAA, Mango Airlines and Supersport.
Jacqui Conradie
'When I write I feel free, creative. It helps me to challenge my mind. I feel at peace with myself. One most important thing that I feel is having fun.'
Michelle Nkamankeng, South Africa's youngest writer and Unicef Tiny Story Writer #PassItOn
When I write I feel free creative It helps me to challenge
Fartun Said-adan
UNICEF and their Celebrity Advocate, Zakes Bantwini, present a Father’s Day campaign supported by the LEGO Foundation, Ster-Kinekor and SuperSport. The campaign highlights positive male involvement and how this acts as a catalyst for improved growth and development within the first years of life. #EarlyMomentsMatter
Fartun Said-adan
The official unveiling of the Montblanc for UNICEF in South Africa to support education for every child.

#EarlyMomentsMatter
The official unveiling of the Montblanc for UNICEF in South Africa to
Fartun Said-adan
With celebrated musician and celebrity advocate Zakes Bantwini, UNICEF today launched its Father’s Day campaign, supported by the LEGO Foundation. The campaign highlights the importance of the first years of life as a critical period of rapid brain development and learning. #EarlyMomentsMatter
With celebrated musician and celebrity advocate Zakes Bantwini UNICEF today launched its
Jacqui Conradie
Care and protection of children starts with all of us, in our homes and communities. Let’s keep our homes and schools safe for children! #EndViolenceZA #ChildProtection2017

Do your part by reporting child abuse, neglect and exploitation. Call ChildLine on 0800 055 555.
Care and protection of children starts with all of us in our
As advocates of children, we all need to prioritize the protection of women and children. You should equip yourself with practical ways to prevent violence. Do not turn a blind eye, take action and report violence now! #EndViolenceZA #ChildProtection2017

Do your part by reporting child abuse, neglect and exploitation. Call ChildLine on 0800 055 555.
As advocates of children we all need to prioritize the protection of
The difference between a reported incident of violence and the safety of a child is how we react. When a child is talking about violence be attentive, listen to the child and believe them. Support them to get help and stay safe. We need to create a loving and safe environment for children to report violence at home, in schools, in clinics, at police stations and other places of safety....
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The difference between a reported incident of violence and the safety of
We must champion the charge to #EndViolenceZA. This is done by changing attitudes and beliefs about violence against children and women – there is no justification for violence. Be a child advocate to better care for children in South Africa. #ChildProtection2017

Do your part by reporting child abuse, neglect and exploitation. Call ChildLine on 0800 055 555.
We must champion the charge to EndViolenceZA This is done by changing
Bullying should never be the answer to resolving issues among schoolmates. Treat others with respect, and talk through an issue first. If bullying continues, then report this to your parents, caregivers, teachers or head teachers. There should be no room for bullies in schools. #EndViolenceZA #ChildProtection2017

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Bullying should never be the answer to resolving issues among schoolmates Treat
The responsibility of leadership within a community includes ensuring the safety of its children. By working together with families, social workers, the police and health care workers, we can find practical ways to keep children safe and ensure they are cared for. Let’s work together to create circles of care for children #EndViolenceZA #ChildProtection2017

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The responsibility of leadership within a community includes ensuring the safety of
Protecting children means being an active role model in a child’s life. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, caregiver or community member, your positive presence in a child’s life is important. This way, a child learns respect, treats others with respect and has hope for their future. Take action now and stand with the children of South Africa! #EndViolenceZA #ChildProtection2017

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Protecting children means being an active role model in a childs life
Ralton Nolan
“Let us all protect children to move South Africa,” is the theme for National Child Protection Week 2017 (28 May to 4 June). We all have a role to play in protecting children. Do your part by reporting child abuse, neglect and exploitation. Call ChildLine on 0800 055 555 #EndViolenceZA #ChildProtection2017
Let us all protect children to move South Africa is the theme
Coming soon... Father's Day, June 18. How do UNICEF's dads make #EarlyMomentsMatter? In South Africa, Abel Mokoene feeds his son Oreabetse.
Coming soon Fathers Day June 18 How do UNICEFs dads make EarlyMomentsMatter