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Jelly Beanz Inc. is a non-profit organization which supports children and their families who have experienced trauma, abuse and neglect. We offer direct therapeutic services to children and families, develop resources to support assessment and interventions, offer training and mentorship to professionals working with children, and advocate for service-delivery to children who have suffered trauma and abuse.

ISPCAN’s mission is to prevent cruelty to children in every nation, in every form: physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, street children, child fatalities, child prostitution, children of war, emotional abuse, and child labor.

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UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to save children's lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence. And we never give up.

The Children's Institute, University of Cape Town, aims to contribute to policies, laws and interventions that promote equality and realise the rights and improve the conditions of all children in South Africa, through research, advocacy, education and technical support.

The Teddy Bear Foundation for Abused Children originated in 1986 in response to an urgent need for medical examinations for children who had been sexually abused. From there it has grown into a fully-fledged service for abused children which includes: Forensic medical examinations, forensic assessments, counselling, psychological testing and more recently a diversion programme for youth sexual offenders. 

Childline is an effective non-profit organization that works collectively to protect children from all forms of violence and to create a culture of children's rights in South Africa.

The Centre for Child Law is an impact litigation organisation that was established in 1998. The vision of the Centre is to establish child law and uphold the rights of children in South Africa. The Centre’s mission is to work towards the development of child law and the realisation of children’s rights in South Africa, within a regional and international context. The Centre contributes towards the protection and advancement of children's rights through impact litigation, advocacy and research.

The CJCP was established in 2005 in response to a growing recognition for the need to develop a holistic body of knowledge around crime and violence prevention that places safety at the heart of the development agenda, an approach requiring more than just a criminal justice approach to bringing down the levels of violence.   The CJCP has worked extensively in the areas of child and youth victimization, child protection and resilience, child online protection, and school safety, in South Africa, and in more than 15 countries across the region, and across three continents.  

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Matla A Bana is a national award winning organisation focussing on minimising the secondary abuse children will suffer when they report sexual crimes against them due to an unsympathetic reporting system. Our secondary aim is to create awareness and educate communities on child protection. Matla A Bana works closely with the legal justice system and currently our projects help more than 30 000 children annually who report sexual crimes against them.

The Cape Town & Western Cape Convention Bureau is a strategic business unit of Wesgro, the official Tourism, Trade & Investment Promotion Agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape. 

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We are committed to meaningfully contributing to the government's objectives of inclusive economic growth, sustainable job creation, and redistribution and transformation of the industry through:
 

a. Increasing the number of tourists who visit our country

b. Increasing the geographic spread, length of stay and spend of all visitors

c. Improving seasonal arrival patterns

d. Working to transform the industry so that historically disadvantaged South Africans may benefit from the sector

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