Human Rights

  • Stand For Humanity

    In this critical time of the Corona Pandemic, IAHV South Africa would like to stand with our most vulnerable and less fortunate communities. Many people are income compromised and are struggling to meet their daily essential needs.
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    R224,761.00 donated of R500,000.00 goal
  • Health & Hygiene Program

    Spreading menstrual Education is registered under IAHV, India as a service project. The vision of the project is to empower girls and women with knowledge and awareness on menstrual health and hygiene throughout rural South Africa. Specifically, in areas where sanitary products are unfordable and menstruation-related stigma exists, thereby restricting adolescent’s girls and women in day-today activities (attending school and work).
    R0.00 donated
  • Prison Program

    The Prison Program objective is to make a life-transforming difference in the lives of all people within the criminal justice system, by teaching skills for reducing stress, healing trauma, and providing practical knowledge of how to handle one’s emotions, live to one’s highest potential and contribute to society.
    R50.00 donated
  • New Jerusalem Children’s Home

    New Jerusalem Children’s Home (NJCH) is a 24 hour Residential Care Centre which provides holistic residential care services aimed at addressing the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual needs of traumatised, abandoned, orphaned, abused, and HIV positive children and vulnerable youth from 0-18 years.
    R0.00 donated
  • Comfort with Dignity for Girls

    Comfort with Dignity for Girls, alongside IAHV aims to reduce the high rate of student absenteeism and the dropout percentage from schools amongst young girls in South Africa by providing them with reusable sanitary kits.
    R0.00 donated
  • Tops and Tags

    IAHV and volunteers from The Art of Living in Midrand embarked on a project to collect bottle tops and bread tags in return for wheelchairs. It started with a single bottle top weighing a measly 2g and 750KG later brought about the purchase of 5 wheelchairs.
    R0.00 donated