Making A Difference

Making a difference in the lives of children in South Africa.

Networks & Partners

Establishing networks and partnerships to ensure the safeguarding of our children.

Professional Body

Being a credible, professional body for child protection.

Protecting the children

Protecting the children in our country from all kinds of abuse.

Protecting the children in our country from all kinds of abuse.

CWSA is a registered child protection organisation

CWSA Core Business


The core business of the CWSA National Body is to mentor and support member organisations and emerging community group initiatives for vulnerable children and families. CWSA assist members in balancing the requirements of service delivery with good governance and the constitutional and legal requirements needed for an NPO. In this regard it must be remembered that management and service volunteers, committed to the welfare of children, steer the work of CWSA and place great value on the guidance, information and training that the National Body provides. Altogether in excess of 6000 volunteers assist CWSA programs.

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Latest News

National Children’s Conference – SABC Interview

“Our children don’t feel protected in terms of the rights that they have.  We often talk to the children, but with this conference we are listening to and hearing what the children have to say.” – PJ Cloete, National Executive Director, CWSA... read more

Press Releases

28 September – National Children’s Consultative Conference

National Children’s Consultative Conference Children in South Africa need a voice to speak about the challenges of child commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking. 23 September 2016 There is a growing trend in the prevalence of trafficking and sexual exploitation... read more
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