LEAVE NO CHILD BEHIND IS A CAMPAIGN FOR UVIWE CHILD & YOUTH SERVICES.
LEAVE NO CHILD BEHIND | FROM FIRST STEPS TO FIRST JOB
Vulnerable children and youth in the Northern Areas of Nelson Mandela Bay are now, more than ever, afflicted by poverty and hunger, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Their education is disrupted and they are left confused and frightened, while their family falls ill or can’t work. Their lives are put at risk, their safety and well-being compromised, and they wander around the streets meaninglessly. Many face the inevitability of being forgotten and left behind during & beyond the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
THIS IS AN URGENT CALL TO STEP IN AND MAKE SURE THAT THESE AT-RISK CHILDREN AND YOUTH ARE NOT LEFT BEHIND.
Every child deserves an opportunity to be happy, educated, healthy, and safe. It’s easy to forget about the most vulnerable in our society, our children, especially those from under-resourced communities. UVIWE’s Leave No Child Behind Campaign is about ensuring that these kids are not forgotton, or left unnoticed – during and beyond the pandemic.
LEAVING NO CHILD BEHIND SINCE 1918
YEARS AND COUNTING!
UVIWE has been promoting and protecting children’s rights for more than 100 years. Let us not allow COVID-19 to LEAVE our children behind now.
A CHILD DEPENDS ON YOUR DONATION TODAY.
HELP US KEEP THEM SAFE, EDUCATED, AND HEALTHY.
The urgent action we take now can prevent the pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis for vulnerable children. From first steps to first job.
As one nation we need to come together like never before. Let us not leave the most vulnerable, our children, behind. COVID-19 should not be a death sentence for children.
Every child deserves an opportunity to be happy, educated, healthy, and safe. It is easy to forget about the most vulnerable in our society, our children, especially those from under resourced communities. UVIWE’s Leave No Child Behind Campaign is about ensuring that kids are not forgotton, or left unnoticed – during or beyond the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has touched everyone but is most felt by vulnerable children from under-resourced communities.