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Training of sporting heroes on understanding and confronting social issues so that they advocate for addressing of these issues as part of contributing to social cohesion and nation building. These sporting heroes use the public power and influence on behaviour change as active and positive role-models in terms of HIV prevention, promotion of social integration, fighting against xenophobia and gender-based violence.
o Training manuals
o Vula Vala Scorecard
o Human Rights
o Youth empowerment (Phakama Dadewethu)
o Capital Groundbreakers (Youth development through economic empowerment)
o Breaking boundaries (sensitization on Key Populations)
o Health & Wellness
Our approach towards community engagement is to use events in sport, arts & culture to communicate the messages of the building a better South Africa, Africa and the world. Included in our approach is usage of dialogues, edutainment and social mobilization to champion HIV and TB prevention, promotion of social integration, fighting against xenophobia and gender-based in an engaged manner through direct involvement of the beneficiaries and icons in sport, arts & culture.
o Mobilizing society to test for HIV, screen for TB and NCDs as well mobilizing men and boys to undergo voluntary medical male circumcision
o Phakama Dadewethu
o Nanana Take Me Home
o Healthy Movement
o Qina Msebenzi Uphile
o Show Me Your Number Cycle Club
o Show Me Your Number Athletics Club
o Show Me Your Number FC
o Show Me Your Number Netball
o I am HUMAN (Campaign)
o #DontLetStigmaWin (Campaign)
o Ubuntu Initiative (Campaign)
o TB In the Mining Sector (TIMS) (Campaign)
Integrated marketing & communications (IMC) strategy whereby testimonies/ messages about success in attaining the mission and vision of Show Me Your Number is communicated by the sporting heroes using various media platforms to reach out to people in order to appeal to their hearts and minds and influencing positive behavior with respect to HIV prevention, promotion of social integration, fighting against xenophobia and gender-based violence.
o Social media (Facebook, twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube and Sound Cloud)
o Show Me Your Number Club (SMYN Club)
o Show Me Your Number TV (SMYN TV)
o Show Me Your Number Radio (SMYN FM)
o Khuzani App
Major events involving a combination of sporting heroes and sporting teams to use their personal or organizational platforms to contribute to social cohesion and nation building with a focus on HIV prevention, promotion of social integration, fighting against xenophobia and gender-based violence. Some of the events will be organized by show me your number, whilst others will be those organized by others who provide a platform for promotion of show me your number vision and mission.
o Show Me Your Number Golf Day
o Centre Stage Boot Camp
o Ubuntu Music Extravaganza
o Ubuntu Cup
Advocacy and lobbying for action to be taken by government, business, labour and civil society on issues of HIV prevention, promotion of social integration, fighting against xenophobia and gender-based violence in order to contribute to social cohesion and national building.
o National Health Insurance (NHI)
o Universal Health Coverage (UHC)
o Fixing the health system
o Sport for social change
o Multi-sectoral response to health
o Strengthening of civil society
o Leave no one behind
For more detailed information on this Programme and it’s projects, you can visit the Human Rights mini site here by clicking here
o I am HUMAN