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Thank you for your interest

 

to participate on Sunday 30 May 2021

 

 

                                     

Africa has one of the highest rates of violence against children in the world. children living with albinism are being attacks left, right and center. join us educate our people about albinism.

 

people living with albinism are normal human beings just like anyone elseAlbinism is a genetic condition where people are born without the usual pigment (color) in their bodies. Their bodies aren't able to make a normal amount of melanin, the chemical that is responsible for eye, skin, and hair color. So most people with albinism have very pale skin, hair, and eyes.. 

 

5th Missing Children walk is a campagin to create awareness around the issue of missing children, this annual event takes place on Sunday of 25 May every year. 25 May is an interantional missing children`s day. This event is also a fundraising initiative for programs aimed at supporting programs that prevent children from going missing as well as searching for those children who are missing already 

 

 

When you walk with us, you join the effort with hundreds of thousands of people  across South Africa to raise awareness and funds that will allow Home of missing people foundation   to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, assisting families to search for their missing loved ones , supporting  rescued victims and we also assist families to bury those found deceased.

 

 

   Walk Details

   Sunday 30 May 2021

   Venue Emkhathini Park, Andrew Mapheto Dr. Tembisa

   Ekurhuleni in Gauteng province of South Africa.

   Time 11:00.

 

 

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 OBJECTIVES OF THE WALK 

  • To make public aware of missing children challenge

  • To raise funds for programs designed to prevent the issue of missing children

  • To raise funds to assist families to search for their missing children

  • To inform public of the new techniques used by criminals to steal children

  • To educate public how to keep children safe

  • Educating public of living with Albinism

  • How to take care of children living with Albinism.

  • Fighting crime together to prevent children to go missing 

FOCUS FOR THE 2021 WALK IS ABOUT

  CHILDREN LIVING WITH ALBINISM 

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What are you doing to ensure that children living with Albinism are safe in your Area ? 

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