SABC Education Outreach projects support the content that the department produces. The Outreach Projects focuses on the daily issues that face the society. The projects range from Early Childhood Development (ECD) workshops, Career Guidance for students, Gender Based Violence and Femicide, Old Age Issues and more.




The SABC Education workshops encourages positive thinking, learning behaviors, reading, teamwork, and respect for one another.
Little kids are the future of our society; therefore, it is important to nurture these young minds so that they become responsible citizens tomorrow.

Early Childhood Development (ECD) is a comprehensive approach to programmes and policies for children from birth
to seven years of age. Its purpose is to protect the rights of children to develop their full cognitive, emotional, social, and physical potential.
The goal of ECD programmes is to improve young children’s capacity to develop and learn.

Source: Department of Basic Education.


The SABC Career Guidance provides educational opportunities for the students to learn about key career readiness skills and topics. These Career Guidance Workshops span a gamut of topics including navigating different career options and exploring majors at tertiary level. They help students to acquire the knowledge, information, skills, and experience necessary to identify career options, then narrow them down to make a career decision.

The SABC Education Career Guidance are designed to be interactive and motivating.

What career to pursue, and in what industry?
Where and what to study?
Where to get all the information?
What life skills are needed to be happy and successful?


SABC Education focuses on helping the Youth with challenges that they face daily. Today’s world is explosive. There are several social issues facing teens today that other generations did not encounter. Technology is prevalent, with new gargets mushrooming all the time. It influences the way society receives information. Social Media has impacted the way the society, especially youth, interact and the manner they communicate with each other. The abuse of Social Media has led in bullying, resulting in unhappy endings.


  • Pressing social issues affecting society
  • Raise Awareness Through Education
  • Boy/Girl Child
  • Senior Citizens issues
  • Orphanage challenges
  • Gender Inequality
  • Poverty and Homelessness
  • Climate Change
  • Overpopulation


Gender-based violence is violence directed against a person because of their gender. Both women and men experience gender-based violence but the majority of victims are women and girls
Femicide: Femicide is defined as “The intentional killing of females [women or girls] because they are females.

Written by Olivia Giovetti: March 5, 2019. Gender-based violence (GBV) has been recognized as an international public health and human rights issue — but it’s also a key driver of extreme poverty. An estimated 35% of women worldwide have experienced either physical or sexual violence.

Gender stereotypes and are often used to justify violence against women. Cultural norms often dictate that men are aggressive, controlling, and dominant, while women are docile, subservient, and rely on men as providers.

Just as empowering women can help eliminate hunger, food scarcity also leads
to increased gender-based violence.

Forced marriage/relationships isn’t just the result of hunger; conflict zones have also created more child brides/partners


•A disability is any condition of the body or mind (impairment) that makes it more difficult for the person with the condition to do certain activities and interact with the world around them.

There are many types of disabilities, such as those that affect a person’s:

•Vision, Movement, Thinking, Remembering, Learning, Communicating, Hearing, Mental health, Social relationships e.c.t.

According to the World Health Organization, disability has three dimensions:

Impairment in a person’s body structure or function, or mental functioning; examples of
impairments include loss of a limb, loss of vision or memory loss.

Activity limitation, such as difficulty seeing, hearing, walking, or problem solving.

Participation restrictions in normal daily activities, such as working, engaging in social and recreational activities, and obtaining health care and preventive services.


DBV on Disability

•The impact of DBV on disable people

• Negative stereotypes and attitudes linked to disability to discuss:

– People with disability deserve pity
– People with disabilities are to be feared
– People with disabilities are brave and courageous
– All persons who use wheelchairs are chronically ill or sickly
– All persons with hearing disabilities can read lips

• Job and workplace


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