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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet & improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere. The 17 Goals were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015 as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a 15 yr plan to...
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There are 1506 Government Schools within the Western Cape, mainly located in under-privileged Township communities. Unfortunately, these areas tend to be where most rubbish is thrown and littering behaviour is prevalent.
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MAKE SURE WHAT YOU ALLOW YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY & YOUR CHILDREN TO WALK THROUGH, WITH THE NEW SANITATION TUNNELS!
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To assist under-privileged Schools and communities with additional water infrastructure to improve sanitation and water access – these solutions maximize the possibilities of micro businesses to flourish within the community – which include vegetable gardens.
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South Africa’s youth unemployment rate is alarming with  53.8% among the 15-24 age group in 2018.   This is the worst rate of youth unemployment in the world.  Current measures to reduce unemployment are clearly inadequate.
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To create a zero-waste, working farm utilizing some of today’s most advanced organic food production technologies, inside an array of climate-controlled greenhouses, using low-cost LED for 24/7 growing as well as the one drop system.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the implementation project is to install ‘Emergency Hand-Washing Stations’ to the Bloekombos & Wallacedene informal communities.
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Bloekombos is situated on the eastern periphery of Cape Town, 2 km from Kraaifontein, on both sides of Old Paarl Road in the Oostenberg municipality. This community comprises shack dwellings, housing approximately 50,000 residents.
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SOS are currently assisting the informal community of Bloekombos, which is located in Kraaifontein, Cape Town. This community comprises shack dwellings, housing approximately 50,000 residents.
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There are 7 000 000 girls in South Africa between the ages of 13 and 19. This is the school going age of menstruating girls. Statistics show that 4 000 000 of these girls do not have regular access to sanitary products.
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