ABOUT SHOW ME YOUR NUMBER Show Me Your Number (SMYN) seeks to reduce new HIV and TB infections, eradicate stigma and discrimination and contribute towards social cohesion by using the platform of sport, arts & culture as a vehicle to raise awareness through training, community engagement and edutainment. Show Me Your Number also uses the power of sports, arts and culture for demand creation for HIV and TB counselling, testing and prevention. Show Me Your Number was formally established in 2010 upon registration as an NPO and an NPC. Prior to registration as it was a project of the South African Players Football Union (SAFPU). TARGET AUDIENCES Our interventions are targeted at: Youth comprised of Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) as well as Adolescent Boys and Young Men (ABYM) Men Women PROGRAMMES & PROJECTS Training & capacity building Community engagement Social and Behaviour Communications Campaigns – SBCC Major events Advocacy, research & lobbying About SANAC The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) (www.sanac.org.za) is a voluntary association of institutions established by the national cabinet of the South African Government to build consensus across government, civil society and all other stakeholders to drive an enhanced country response to the scourges of HIV, TB and STIs. The Sport, Arts & Culture (SAC) Sector is one of the 18 civil society sectors represented in SANAC. The Sector is responsible for implementing activities towards achieving the NSP goals and aims to coordinate, communicate and ensure there is consensus building within the sector and between sectors. Show Me Your Number (SMYN) serves as the Secretariat and Coordinating organization mandated by the sector. In this role, SMYN provides leadership, administrative, implementation, monitoring and reporting functions on behalf of the sector to SANAC. The SAC encompasses a wide range of partners including government, the private sector, non-governmental organisations and individual men and women. These partners are tasked with conceptualising and leading campaigns for their constituencies, using sport, arts & culture as "a vehicle to help mitigate the spread and impact of HIV and AIDS (UN, 2003)". UBUNTU INITIATIVE For us as Show Me Your Number and Khuzani through his branch of supporters called Indlamlenze Group & Production through Ubuntu Initiative, we engage in social mobilization/ demand generation to engage boys, young men and men to improve their health seeking behaviour through uptake of health services and as champions in ending GBV. PARTNERSHIP WITH KHUZANI (INDLAMLENZE/KAZI) We enjoy a strategic partnership with Khuzani (Indlamlenze), the King of Maskandi music. Khuzani is a powerful force that is leading his supporters named Indlamlenze/ Indlamlenzekazi. He is using his iconic status to promote uptake of health services with emphasis on HIV Counselling & Testing (HCT), TB screening and voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC), especially by his male supporters as well as engaging them to be partners in ending gender based violence. Khuzani is the Ambassador of Show Me Your Number’s UBUNTU INITIATIVE Project. PROVINCES WHERE WE IMPLEMENT Gauteng North West KZN Free State Western Cape Eastern Cape Limpopo Mpumalanga CONTACT DETAILS Contact us at: Tel : 011 042 6254 Fax : 086 562 9742 E-Mail : admin@showmeyournumber.org.za Physical address Office 211, 2 nd Floor Management House 38 Melle Street Braamfontein
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OUR VISION SMYN works to create a healthy society that is HIV free.
OUR VALUES · Innovation · Openness · Commitment · Integrity · Collaboration · Sustainability ·
OUR MISSION SMYN exists to help eradicate HIV infections by using sports, arts and culture as a vehicle for advocacy and raising awareness.
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Request for APPLICATIONS: APPLICATIONS IN MPUMALANGA Closing date: 7 August 2019 at 15h00/ 3pm The GF CCM has selected the AIDS Foundation of South Africa (AFSA) to be appointed by the GF as one of the Principal Recipients (PRs) that will implement programmes to be funded by the grant. AFSA in turn selected the Show Me Your Number (SMYN) as Sub- Recipient. The GF CCM decided that a PR should serve as a grants manager while sub-recipients (SRs) will be the main implementers of the programmes. Sub- recipients (SR’s) are however required to work with Sub-Sub Recipients (SSR’s) or Implementing Partner organisations (IPOs) in districts assisting with implementation. SMYN therefore invites interested non-profit organisations experienced in the programme in Mpumalanga in the Gert Sibande & Ehlanzeni Districts listed under this RFA who work and have presence in these districts identified to apply to be considered as IPO. RFA (PDF download) Application Form (MS Word download) BBBEE Certificate Form (PDF download) APPLICATIONS IN NORTH WEST Closed date: 12 July 2019 APPLICATIONS IN EASTERN CAPE Closed date: 12 July 2019 APPLICATIONS IN WESTERN CAPE Closed date: 28 June 2019 APPLICATIONS IN GAUTENG Closed date: 21 June 2019 APPLICATIONS IN LIMPOPO Closed date: 21 June 2019 APPLICATIONS IN FREE STATE Closed date: 18 June 2019 APPLICATIONS IN KWAZULU-NATAL Closed date: 31 May 2019