The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer leads the design and implementation of a monitoring and evaluation framework in accordance with the organisation’s policies, strategies, and available resources. The M&E Officer is responsible for data collection, analysis, and learning activities to help ensure accountability and efficiency for all programs and projects. The M&E Officer provides technical field support to the Program Unit, working closely with the Head of Program Development and local program teams to assess field conditions, support capacity-building initiatives, and facilitate the collection of quality data. The M&E Officer also supports the Fundraising Development Unit (FDU), and may be assigned to one or more specific grants or projects within a program. Additionally, the M&E Officer works with other colleagues, as need be, on grants writing and set up, follow up of program expenses and indicators, implementation of processes, standard operating procedures and any other tasks assigned by management.
This position leads the Communications Unit and brings together internal and external communications and brand to service SOS South Africa as well as external partners and media. The person is a member of the Senior Management Team, manages the Communications Unit, and provides expert advice and guidance in terms of communications strategy, change communications, external positioning and brand management and development – and operational support especially to the Senior Management Team. Overall, the Head of Communications creates and develops an environment for compelling and inspirational communications that motivate, inform and guide people – from co-workers to donors, from media to governments – and enables a stronger drive from the organisation on key strategic topics. The position reports directly to the National Director.
YouthCan! is a global partnership that supports disadvantaged young people to successfully manage the transition from school to independent adulthood.
Johannesburg – On 1 March 2017, SOS Children’s Villages will launch its lighthouse project “YouthCan!”- a global partnership of civil society and corporates with the ambition to support young people to successfully manage the transition to independent adulthood.
Tropical storm DINEO caused severe damage to SOS Children’s Village Inhambane in Mozambique.
Tropical storm DINEO caused damage to SOS Village in Mozambique.
SOS Children’s Village Port Elizabeth invites you to a glamorous Denim & Diamonds High Tea Fundraiser. The aim of the fundraiser is to seek resources to empower caregivers and youth with skills to grow their own social enterprises, with hopes to help break the cycle of poverty and dependence on social grants.
Two industrial sewing machines and two over-lockers donated to the value of almost R30 000,00 to SOS Children’s Village Port Elizabeth Denim Recycling income generating project.
People conceive and give birth to children for a variety of reasons, often because doing so satisfies their psychological, social, economic or physical needs. However, it is vital that the needs of the unborn child are first and foremost.
According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, 795 million people worldwide are chronically undernourished, 220 million of them living in Sub-Saharan Africa. More than 14 million South Africans goes to bed hungry every night and a staggering 3 million of these are children.
Women should stand up and prevent the abuse of another vulnerable child- something that can be celebrated for the next sixty years.
“There is no role in life more essential and more eternal than that of motherhood,” says Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.
Stephen Miller, new National Director for SOS Children’s Villages South Africa, joined the SOS Family just in time for the 2016 General Assembly. In an interview, he shares with us his thoughts and aspiration for children and youth in South Africa by working for SOS Children’s Villages.
Financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2015
"Our children are the rock on which our future will be built, our greatest asset as a nation. They will be the leaders of our country, the creators of our national wealth who care for and protect our people." - Nelson Mandela
We had the pleasure of hosting Canadian born singer Capri Everitt and her family from 14 – 19 April 2016. South Africa being the only African country on their journey, we were thrilled to share its beauty and heritage with the Everitt family.
Spread the word. It’s almost time for National Tekkie Tax day here’s how you can make a difference and get involved.
SOS CV SA is a non-political and non-denominational Child Rights and Development Organisation with an interest in the welfare of all children without discriminating.
“Music is the universal language of mankind.” - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A healthy child is a happy child.