Gender-based violence and sexual assault in South Africa is a widespread dilemma that leaves many women, children and other vulnerable people traumatized and helpless. In response, Thuthuzela Care Centers (TCCs) work with survivors and providers alike to tackle this epidemic.
Appendices to the Evaluation Report: Children in Distress Network (CINDI) May’khethele OVC Program
South Africans aged 18 to 30 have a significant skills gap. Providing life skills, financial education and employability training is necessary to enable young adults to find meaningful employment and to grow as leaders and mentors in their communities.
The Umbrella Grants Management Project (UGM) is a five-year grants management program administered by FHI 360 with funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Through UGM, FHI 360 provides funding and technical assistance (TA) to USAID-selected nongovernmental organization (NGO) partners who provide HIV and AIDS services at local, provincial and national levels in South Africa. FHI 360-UGM seeks to promote high quality service delivery in alignment with the priorities and goals of the South African government’s HIV and AIDS framework.
Helping young South Africans achieve their potential demands a greater investment in literacy skills of primary grade learners in a rural areas. This challenge is being addressed through enhancing teachers’ skills and recruiting and training community members to serve as literacy volunteers.
Last updated: February 21, 2014